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Casino (1995) Thriller

Casino (1995) Thriller

Casino (1995) is a thrilling movie directed by Martin Scorsese that takes viewers into the captivating and dangerous world of mob-controlled casinos in Las Vegas during the 1970s and 1980s. With an ensemble cast that includes some of Hollywood's finest actors, Casino brings together stellar performances and a gripping narrative to create an unforgettable cinematic experience.

At the center of the story is Sam "Ace" Rothstein, portrayed by Robert De Niro. Ace is a talented gambler and sports handicapper who is chosen by the powerful Chicago Outfit to oversee the fictional Tangiers Casino. De Niro's stellar performance immerses viewers in the turbulent journey of Ace as he tries to balance this high-pressure job with his personal life.

Joining De Niro is Joe Pesci, who plays Nicky Santoro, a brutal enforcer and childhood friend of Ace. Pesci's menacing portrayal of Nicky showcases his ability to create a deeply intimidating character, and his explosive chemistry with De Niro adds tension and suspense to the plot. Sharon Stone also delivers an incredible performance as Ginger McKenna, a former prostitute turned Ace's wife. Stone's portrayal earned her an Academy Award nomination and is a standout in her career.

What makes Casino such a remarkable film is not only its stellar cast but also Scorsese's directorial prowess. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and masterful storytelling, Scorsese brings the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas to life. He explores the corrupt underworld of casinos, depicting the lust, greed, and violence that taint this seemingly glamorous industry.

The soundtrack of Casino perfectly complements the film's atmosphere, enhancing the viewer's immersion into the story. From the opening moments, Scorsese skillfully selects a diverse range of songs, including classics like "Gimme Shelter" by The Rolling Stones and "House of the Rising Sun" by The Animals, creating a nostalgic backdrop and adding to the film's authenticity.

If you're interested in experiencing the thrilling sounds of Casino (1995), you can play and download the movie's soundtrack here (insert link). The captivating compositions and songs will transport you to the captivating world of mob-controlled casinos, allowing you to relive the intense moments of the film.

Whether you're a fan of captivating performances by De Niro, Pesci, and Stone, or you enjoy Scorsese's masterful direction, Casino (1995) is a must-watch thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. So, grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and prepare to be immersed in the riveting world of mob-controlled casinos.

A bad fuckin' spot.
A bunch of stool pigeons wound up in the trunks of their cars. They questioned Nicky.
A casino boss and his wife were killed. The bulls questioned Nicky.
A country club golf hustler, a scumbag.
A couple guys, I owe them. So I gave them the money.
A dealer from the Sirocco. They questioned Nicky.
A Gaming Control Board investigation...
A home, a kid.
A hundred dollars, whoever hits the plane.
A lawyer.
A lead new dancer in our fabulous show from Paris.
A little privacy. And by the way...
A lot of things gonna change. If you wanna be there with me, you're gonna have to go my way.
A man who will take you inside the real Las Vegas as no one has ever done before.
A million dollars in jewelry.
A million times I wanted to yell in his fuckin' ear...
A pink robe and a fuckin' cigarette holder? I lost control?
A routine licensing hearing turned into bedlam yesterday...
A tremendous earner for these guys.
A week ago it was. Now it's none of my business. When you need me, you need me.
About a year ago he cleaned out a couple of casinos in the Cayman Islands.
About Las Vegas and the casinos and suitcases...
About Mr. Rothstein.
About some guy who was whacked out God knows when over God knows what.
About whether he enjoyed himself or not.
Ace got down at six. Get me down at six.
Ace got my son, little Nicky, involved in Little League.
Ace made more money for them on a weekend...
Ace Rothstein was a hell of a handicapper, I can tell you that.
Ace saw Vegas one way...
Ace was so fuckin' worried about his casino...
Ace, listen, don't make a scene, all right?
Ace, tell him the line on the Bear game.
Ace, what happened over there? Did you know that guy was with me?
Ace.
Actually, I couldn't, because I wasn't even supposed to be doin' it.
After a while, we'd just take breathers from each other. Little separations.
After all the threats and all the bullshit...
After Ginger took off, she wasn't much help to anybody.
After the Tangiers, the big corporations took it all over.
After the Teamsters got knocked out of the box...
After they found her body...
After we ate, we left Jennifer and Ginger alone...
After what you just put me through with Amy, is a favor to me?
Against Tangiers Corporation and its president, Phil Green.
Ah, Dominick. Ah, Dom.
Ah, yes. Here we are. Little craps figures.
All I gotta do is take care of five of those guys. The rest will fall into place.
All I know is that Green was an Arizona real estate hustler...
All my papers and things... I have to get them. So don't let him come up here.
All over the Midwest.
All right, Ace? Thanks, pal.
All right, all right. Where are you? I'll send a plane for you right away.
All right, I'm gonna follow her.
All right, I'm gonna give you a choice:
All right, well, we'll move on to...
All right.
All right.
All right. I didn't have lunch with Jennifer.
All right. Strip him.
All they had to do was ring the bell and take money.
All this stuff doesn't mean anything.
All those fuckin' sweeps.
All you do is give me answers. Just give me the right answer.
All you gotta do is apply for one.
Always lookin' over my shoulder, hassled by cops, day and night.
Always the dollars. Always the fuckin' dollars.
Am I right?
An equal amount of blueberries in each muffin.
And a lot of problems are buried in those holes.
And a poor fuckin' waitress who was just workin' on her night off, of all things.
And after all this time...
And along with making us legit...
And as hard as I tried, as much as I wanted...
And as if things weren't bad enough, in comes Piscano, the Kansas City underboss.
And at the end of the day...
And at the worst possible time for me.
And because of that, the miserable sons of bitches never caught me doin' anything.
And buy groceries, put the heat on.
And can the integrity of state gaming laws be jeopardized by a boyhood friendship?
And don't forget to tell your friends what happens if they fuck around here.
And dropped dead right in front of his wife.
And drug dealers I could shake down.
And everywhere I looked, there could have been a hole.
And free hotel suites, and all the broads and all the booze.
And from then on, I couldn't be seen talking to him anywhere in Vegas or near it.
And guess what? I'll split your fuckin' head open again.
And he had the fuckin' place clocked.
And he had, Ginger, the woman he loved, on his arm.
And he tries to talk you out of it.
And he was supposed to be our squeaky clean front man.
And he's busy with real estate deals.
And he's gonna continue makin' a lot of money for us, so keep a good eye on him.
And he's probably got it there too.
And he's with the bogey. I think it's Frankie.
And helped them spread around a lot of money.
And I can't think of anybody better to be with.
And I could still make money for all kinds of people back home.
And I decided to complicate my life.
And I didn't want any of those agents near my place.
And I do want to help you and I like to do favors.
And I don't care what you have to do to 'em to get 'em, understand?
And I don't feel like waiting anymore.
And I explained to you that you might have to take some kind of loss.
And I had about a million in cash and jewels...
And I mean, that's no good. You gotta tell him to take care of things a little better.
And I opened up my own jewelry store too, the "Gold Rush. "
And I want you to tell her to tell you what you had for lunch.
And I would look on it as a personal favor...
And if and when they do find out...
And if there are kids, especially...
And if we could set up some kind of foundation...
And if you beat him with a gun, you better kill him...
And if you order room service, you're lucky if you get it by Thursday.
And if you'll think about our little problem along them lines...
And into the most sacred room in the casino.
And it was up to this guy right here...
And it would be great...
And just about the time that I'm comin' out of jail...
And keep them coming back.
And kinda check closely, 'cause we may have to kick a kike's ass outta town.
And later, I realized I didn't want to give her the money...
And left behind about a billion dollars.
And let me tell you, the fuckin' bottom line here is... cash.
And let you disgrace me, you fuckin' pig?
And little did anybody know where this would lead.
And made myself Food and Beverage Director.
And Nicky being Nicky, he made his presence known.
And Nicky's dedication to his job...
And nobody interfered with the fuckin' skim.
And now Nicholas Santoro will come up and tell us about our first president.
And now, ladies and gentlemen, the new entertainment director of the Tangiers Hotel Casino...
And of course it was the bosses' man...
And once he was back, he played small.
And one of 'em is still Al Capone.
And over the years, he always made money with it.
And shove it up your ass, you fuckin' jag off.
And since I'd either be in jail or locked in a closet...
And so whatever happens...
And some 25 year old hotel school kid is gonna want his social security number.
And somehow she could never turn him down.
And started knockin' over high rollers, casino bosses...
And that's all there is to it.
And that's how they got Ace to take over.
And that's it.
And that's just what these hustlers look for.
And that's like selling people dreams for cash.
And that's that.
And that's what he'd put his money on.
And that's what Vegas is all about.
And that's when I have extreme pain.
And that's where you had to go if you wanted to borrow money to buy a casino.
And the best part was that upstairs...
And the bosses wanted me to send my brother Dominick out to Vegas.
And the bosses were no better. They complained because things don't run smooth.
And the bosses, they couldn't be happier.
And the casinos can be fined as much as $100,000...
And the comp trips, of all the champagne...
And the damn thing is, they hear all this stuff...
And the eye in the sky is watching us all.
And the new life blood he has instilled in Las Vegas...
And the Sam Rothstein Dancers!
And the suitcases kept comin' and goin'.
And their cash flows from the tables...
And then opened them up inside the casino.
And then there was Bernie Blue. This guy can bypass any alarm for me.
And then, he hit me with it.
And they all got a piece of the score.
And they started shooting up the cops' houses.
And they would meet in the back of this produce market in Kansas City.
And they're eatin' trippa and fuckin' suffritte, you know, fried pigs' guts.
And this is how she backed him off.
And this sheriff's a real cowboy.
And to play it safe, I switched job titles again...
And to tell you the truth, I don't blame him.
And upstairs he takes free soap, shampoo and towels.
And use his head to open the fucking door.
And walk in and see, and, uh, if you don't have my money for me...
And we took a ride to talk.
And what the fuck are you doin' on TV anyhow?
And when he was told to give a pension fund loan to Philip Green...
And when she showed up and started demanding money...
And where did the money come from to rebuild the Pyramids?
And where they got Green from?
And while the kids play cardboard pirates...
And who better than Ace? I mean, he was already in Vegas a couple years...
And who knows who's gonna be comin' along in that time?
And why mess up a good thing?
And with Ginger happy, I was able to concentrate on what I knew best.
And you can always tell a great kitchen like ours because of the milk fed veal.
And you didn't gamble that fuckin' money?
And you would have ran away, he would have been fuckin' dead.
And you'll forgive me for sayin' it...
And you're embarrassing me. Why do you want to make me feel so bad?
And, for a while, I believed that's the kind of love I had.
Andy Stone, the head of the Teamsters' Pension Fund...
Andy Stone, who gave all the orders.
Andy, go see him. Tell him maybe it's time he should quit.
Another billionaire cheapskate who loved his free rooms...
Answer me.
Any calls for me, just give them to Mr. Sherbert. I'll be right back.
Any change?
Any fracas about a certain matter.
Any incarceration could pose a serious health risk.
Anybody who knew anything wound up gettin' whacked.
Anything goes wrong with the casino, it's my ass. It's not yours. It's my ass.
Anywhere else in the country I was a bookie, a gambler...
Are we certain that you want the Gaming Control Board...
Are you watching for him?
Are, uh...
Aren't you gettin' tired of all this shit?
As far as the world was concerned...
As long as there's a mutual respect, that kind of thing can grow.
As much as they liked him, I mean, he wasn't one of us.