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"Casino," the story of how the mob won and lost Las Vegas, proves two points so conclusively you can take them, so to speak, to the bank.


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But 'Casino,' the Las Vegas epic released just five years later, is actually the superior film. Natasha Vargas-Cooper explains why.


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Character Analysis. Sam “Ace” Rothstein. Ace is a lovable criminal if there ever was such a thing. Even though he's clearly working.


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Ace Rothstein (De Niro) and Nicky Santoro (Pesci) are two mobsters who move to Las Vegas to make their fortunes. But they come into conflict with Ace falls for.


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Co-written with GoodFellas screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi, and starring the usual suspects in the form of Bobby De Niro and Joe Pesci, you also have the warm reassurance of the presence of many of GoodFellas' character actors, grizzled of visage and twitchy of trigger-finger, Scorsese's mum doing a cameo, Elaine and Saul Bass producing the opening credits, and many recognisable directorial flourishes. It may not be Scorsese's greatest work, but this guy feeling a little off-colour is still far, far better than most people on fighting-fit form. Scorsese insists this isn't a mob film, and you can see his point. By Philip Thomas Posted 1 Jan Release Date:. He plays it perfectly from start to finish, as indeed do the entire cast. Then the baseball bats come out. Even better for Scorsese fans, within 15 minutes Joe Pesci is stamping on some schmuck's head in a bar, screaming obscenities as a bewildered Robert De Niro looks on with that great quizzical expression of his. This head-strong twosome just add too many maybes into the comfortable set-up, and slowly the easy money-making machine starts to malfunction. It only gets more impressive as times goes on.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Placing The Age Of Innocence and Cape Fear to one side for a moment, here we have Scorsese returning to what he knows best, and to the people he loves. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If you like to know where you are with a director, Casino is the movie for you. Sharon Stone is a revelation, Pesci is his usual mesmerising self, and if at times the story drags - with too much voiceover and quasi-documentary - the three of them refuse to let go of your nether regions for a second. Onscreen for nearly the whole three-hour running time, he is chillingly logical about his life at first, slowly descending into panic, frustration and violence as things go wrong. Well, sort of. It all sours when his old buddy Nicky Santoro Pesci in fantastic psycho mode comes to town and starts throwing his weight around at more or less the same time as Ace makes the one big reckless gamble of his life: persuading sex-bomb hustler Ginger McKenna Stone to marry him. It tells the - slightly embellished - true story of Sam "Ace" Rothstein De Niro , a brilliant Mid-West gambler recruited by the wiseguys to run their casino in Vegas, which he proceeds to do with ruthless efficiency. If the violence is even more stomach churning than in GoodFellas check out Pesci's creative use of a vice and if Scorsese isn't making huge strides in terms of his filmmaking lexicon, this is still a powerful, disturbing and entirely fascinating examination of a specific time and place, and of the nature of the deals we do - with our employers, with our friends, with our lovers. GoodFellas Part II?