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At 6 minutes into Casino, the entire film has been a series of single takes. Twelve scenes with no in-scene cutting at all. Ace nodding at the money.


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Hollywood beauty Sharon Stone's romp with vertically challenged tough guy Joe Pesci has been voted the worst love scene of all time.


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Casino is a American epic crime film directed by Martin Scorsese, produced by Barbara De Fina and distributed by Universal Pictures. It starred Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone, and Joe Pesci. The film is based on the nonfiction book Casino: Love and Honor in Las The scene was too detailed, so they changed the sequence to show the.


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Another note of economical screenwriting comes in how patiently Scorsese and Pileggi have Nicky and Frank take little digs at eachother. That scene between Ginger and Ace that you mentioned is great. Thank you! And i also have to say i can't wait for his return in The Irishman. He's probably right. I rewatched this twice yesterday off the back of this post- great stuff! The Back Home Years Ago title card is my favorite thing ever. Would you mind if I did any of these Alex? Everything about it is just perfect. Here's something you also didn't talk about. That's up there with Gone with the Wind. Even if they want to go for something stylistic. That's the type of shit that wins cinematography Oscars. Ohh I love that too. And I could go and on and on and on about those. Though having gone through Casino with this much detail, I might just have to give it to Nicky. I love this post so much. I love everything about Stone in this movie.

I really need to re-watch that film. Thanks Chris! Pesci is so fucking good in this flick. I remember seeing that as a casino love scene and thinking, "Hmm, that's odd, I've never seen that. Stone's work in this is mesmerizing.

Except that Casino is a great film worthy of the time investment. Really makes that venom in Nicky's death scene believable, rather than just something that saves Frank's own life, and god damn Frank Vincent's final look casino love scene my favorite acting of his career.

AND this was an order - he has to do this to survive. I'll never forgot that double VHS.

This si so brilliant! Such a bummer, because with Ginger, she proved she had the acting chops to really go there. Frank Vincent is a beast in this movie and you're so right about his final look. Robert De Niro's suits in the transporter scene never stops to amaze me.

Greatness as usual, my man! One of my all time favorites. Was that intentional? It's a shame, she was never really offered a al casinos en atencion cliente casino love scene this again.

Please let it deliver. That is probably my most anticipated movie at the moment. Ahhh, what memories. You put your feet on the table? Who does that?! I'm so happy to hear that you love this movie.

They would probably be at the top of the list. I try to focus on aspects of the film that haven't really been discussed before which Ginger's transformation hasbut obviously I went a little overboard here. Write away! That bit where Nicky is all paranoid about the random guy passing by is indeed hilarious and the way he tells the reporter to watch out in such a normal way is so damn funny and surprising.

What a fantastic film this is.

And this post is terrific. Another excellent article! I've loved the format for years, but didn't really want to mimic it without asking. How priceless is that title card? What can I say, I love the hell out of this damn movie! Also love that list of yours. Great breakdown! Martin Scorsese return to make a gangster film with a cast like that? And that is a great story, because I had the exact same experience with it. His last scene was brutal. I remember Ben Wheatley stating that this film along with Goodfellas and The Wolf of Wall Street is part of thematic trilogy of decadent lifestyles. You're right, they always know when to cut and when not to , and they always make their projects unique, but natural. And I Cannot. Love it. Mentioning a lot about the cutting I think is important as I think there should be some documentary about Scorsese's collaboration with Thelma Schoonmaker. Some amazing picks there. Immediately as I was scrolling down slowly in the frame, I was thinking "Did Robert Richardson shot this? Thanks Kevin! He's so stylized, but it always feels organic to the material. I remember, as a kid, seeing those two VHS tapes sitting on my father's shelf and being so intimated by them. Who has time for a movie that can be two tapes long?! A very fine film. And hey man, have at it. The sequence with her in the white dress in the casino stands out the most to me, love the use of music. Tough, tough call. They stuff they do together is incomparable. Like that shot in JFK of Costner, where you can't see his eyes because the light is bouncing off his glasses. He takes risks, but they always feel right. The physical aging on Ginger, how she goes from looking like a beauty queen to a strung out addict, I don't know if it was makeup or Stone not eating or something, but the way her look changes half way thru was always so striking to me! He owns that harsh white light. I especially love the costume design. Sharon Stone really lit up the screen, showing she could act and was not just a hot body. It drives me insane if I don't list every single damn thing I love about a film. Bob Richardson has such a distinct style, doesn't he? But you're right, I should do that one. And i think Joe Pesci has never been better. I was hoping you'd enjoy this post, given the mutual love we share for this movie. I think he improves on what he did in Goodfellas. Stone is indeed mesmerizing, in that moment, and the whole damn film. It's clear they have a style that is their own and always know when to cut and when not to cut. Thanks so much! Scorsese usually has great female characters in his films but Ginger was just incredible. I think Pesci's work as Nicky is right up there as his best, next to Raging Bull. It can't go wrong. Complete the QT filmography. I really appreciate you asking. Nicky is a fuller, more fleshed out character, and I love it. Love this comment. Thanks man! When I was younger, I was so confused why Frank seemed to be getting so much joy out of Nicky's death, but when you rewatch it, you're like, "Oh, this dude has been fucked with for decades. Also I love how when Ginger is lying to Nicky he keeps interrogating her and she says she had a salad, looking down, pretending to be busy and then when he asks her what the companion had she said "she had a salad too", all defiant. Excellent write up of an excellent movie. I would love to be a fly in the wall just to see how they create a scene in the editing room.