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Acteurs et actrices. Robert De Niro. Sharon Stone. Joe Pesci. Taglines: No one stays at the top forever.
Edit Did You Know? Trivia In the scene where Ginger is using the phone booth, Sharon Stone was at such an anxiety state portraying her character that Martin Scorsese was sitting on the floor outside the shot holding her hand.
Goofs After the failed car bombing, Sam is put into the ambulance feet-first. People are loaded into ambulances head-first, since most of the monitoring equipment is in the front.
Quotes [ first lines ] Ace Rothstein : [ voice-over ] When you love someone, you've gotta trust them. There's no other way. You've got to give them the key to everything that's yours.
Otherwise, what's the point? And for a while, I believed, that's the kind of love I had. Crazy Credits "This is a fictional story with fictional characters adapted from a true story.
Alternate Versions The version shown in Swedish cinemas in removed 43 meters of footage the vice torture and baseball beatings. Soundtracks Venus Written by Edward H.
Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Q: What are the songs used in the movie? Q: Is "Casino" based on fact? Language: English. Runtime: min.
The primary characters are based on real people: Sam is inspired by the life of Frank Rosenthal , also known as "Lefty," who ran the Stardust , Fremont , Marina , and Hacienda casinos in Las Vegas for the Chicago Outfit from the early s until Nicky and Ginger are based on mob enforcer Anthony Spilotro and former dancer and socialite Geri McGee , respectively.
Casino was released on November 22, , to mostly positive critical reception, and was a worldwide box office success. Sam doubles the casino's profits, which are skimmed by the mafia before taxes are paid.
Nicky's volatile temper and Chicago criminal background eventually gets him placed into the Nevada Black Book , banning Nicky from every casino in Nevada.
Dominick and Frankie gather their own experienced mob crew, and often engage in non-sanctioned shakedowns and elaborate burglaries instead.
Sam meets and falls in love with beautiful hustler , dancer, and former prostitute Ginger McKenna. They have a daughter and marry, but their marriage is quickly thrown into turmoil due to Ginger's relationship with her former boyfriend, con artist -turned- pimp Lester Diamond.
Ginger turns to alcohol and develops an increasingly problematic drug addiction. In , Sam fires slot manager Don Ward for incompetence. When Ward's brother-in-law, Clark County Commission chairman Pat Webb, fails to convince Sam to rehire Don, Webb arranges for Sam's gaming license to be denied, jeopardizing his position.
Sam blames Nicky's recklessness for ongoing police and Nevada Gaming Board pressure, and the two argue furiously in the Mojave desert. Sam starts hosting a local television talk show, upsetting both Nicky and the Chicago bosses for making himself such a public figure and bringing unwanted attention to their operations.
Piscano writes everything he knows about the operations in a notebook. Sam seeks to divorce Ginger, who kidnaps their daughter, planning to flee to Europe with her and Lester.
Sam convinces Ginger to return with Amy, then overhears her planning on the phone to kill him. Sam kicks her out of their home but later relents.
Ginger approaches Nicky to get her valuables from Sam's safe deposit box, and the two start an affair. Sam confronts and disowns Ginger, and ends his friendship with Nicky.
Nicky throws Ginger out when she demands he kill Sam. Drunk and furious, Ginger crashes her car into Sam's on the driveway and retrieves the key to their deposit box.
De Niro's next film project was the drama Guilty by Suspicion in which he plays David Merrill, a fictitious film director, returning to the U.
The film received generally favorable reviews. De Niro's biggest success of was Cape Fear , his seventh film with Scorsese.
It is a remake of the film of the same name , but heavily inspired by the original director, Alfred Hitchcock.
To look the part, De Niro spent hours in the gym and consented to the grind down of his teeth which were corrected when filming ended.
In , De Niro appeared in two films. The first, Mistress , is a comedy-drama in which he played ruthless businessman Evan Wright.
Of his performance, the critic from The Independent called De Niro "more urbane and coherent than we've seen him for a while".
He was cast as New York lawyer Harry Fabian. The feature received reasonable reviews and was lauded for the chemistry between De Niro and Murray; The Washington Post critic noted that their "real-life friendship spills over into this jittery, very funny look at the male bonding experience".
Playing stepfather Dwight Hansen of Wolff DiCaprio , the film was mostly well received, although Timeout magazine believed that "DiCaprio steals the show".
De Niro starred in his directorial debut, A Bronx Tale , a coming-of-age story about an Italian-American boy who is torn between the temptations of organized crime, racism in his community, and the values of his decent father.
The film also stars Chazz Palminteri , who wrote the play of the same name , and is based on his childhood.
A Bronx Tale premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival to a positive response; Marjorie Baumgarten of The Austin Chronicle wrote "De Niro's choices as a director all seem prudent and un-showy, designed to draw attention to the characters and the story rather than its technical assemblage and much-lauded star".
Casino marked De Niro's return to the crime genre with Scorsese in their eighth collaboration. The film's themes revolve around greed, betrayal, wealth, status, and murder that occur between two mobsters, Sam "Ace" Rothstein De Niro and Nicky Santoro Pesci , and a trophy wife Stone over a gambling empire.
Casino was released to mostly positive critical reception, and was a success at the worldwide box office. Art Linson , who had previously produced films starring De Niro, sent him the script first.
De Niro and Pacino redeem everything. In Heat , they represent a high postwar tradition for movie actors — the ones inspired by Marlon Brando , John Cassavetes and James Dean — who aren't afraid of emotion, who run right into the jaws of a scene to grab it.
Like others from their generation — Jack Nicholson , Gene Hackman , Harvey Keitel — they have a keener slant on machismo. They easily explore its darker strata.
De Niro plays Gil Renard, a baseball fanatic who loses his sanity. De Niro plays priest Bobby Carillo, a father figure to the four boys.
Wallace Carter, who treats a woman Meryl Streep with leukemia. De Niro plays Internal Affairs investigator Lt.
Moe Tilden, who explores police corruption in a New Jersey town. The film opened to a generally warm response, although Barbara Shulgasser of San Francisco Examiner criticized De Niro's acting in certain scenes, suggesting Mangold put De Niro in a "manufactured situation", preventing him from realizing his full potential.
The film is a political satire about a biased publicist De Niro and a Hollywood producer Dustin Hoffman who fabricate a war in Albania to cover up a U.
S president's sex scandal. In January , a month after its release, the Clinton—Lewinsky scandal dominated the headlines, which helped the film generate publicity.
Later that year, his next major role came in Ronin , about a team of former special operatives that are hired to steal a mysterious briefcase while navigating a maze of shifting loyalties.
The critic from the BBC gave the film 3 out of 5 stars, and thought De Niro gave a "refreshingly low-key" performance, in comparison to his previous work.
In , De Niro produced and starred in his first live-action animation comedy, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle.
He voiced the character Fearless Leader , who is a dictator and employer of two mobsters. Navy Master Diver. Although the film garnered mixed reviews, Bob Thomas of the Associated Press wrote "De Niro infuses the role with all his dynamism.
It is his best performance in years". De Niro, who had been seeking comic roles at the time, was encouraged by his producing partner Jane Rosenthal, to take on the role.
After several comedies, De Niro landed a lead role in the crime thriller 15 Minutes , a story about a homicide detective De Niro and a fire marshal Edward Burns who join forces to apprehend a pair of Eastern European murderers.
The film's reception was generally unfavorable; William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer took issue with the "in-your-face exaggeration", but he thought De Niro delivered "his usual edgy flair, [ He plays a retiring thief when a young man Norton persuades him into doing one last heist together.
Upon release, The Score fared well with critics, although Peter Rainer of New York magazine did not think the film challenged De Niro or fully utilize his talents.
The reviewer from LA Weekly remarked "De Niro isn't actually playing a part but riffing on his own legend", and thought the references to Taxi Driver were "cheap".
Starring opposite Frances McDormand and James Franco , he portrayed another police detective in the drama. The film received mixed reviews and under-performed at the theaters.
Filming began in New York City, seven months after the September 11 attacks. We always intended to keep it there and I'm glad we were able to do it".
The actual story never gets off the ground". Several critics consider De Niro's career as having begun to slump in the early s, with De Niro starring in roles that were less dramatic than those in the previous decade.
Most critics were also unimpressed, but it was a high earner at the box office. In a scathing review of De Niro, the critic from Slant Magazine wrote "In self-parody mode for the umpteenth time, De Niro mugs for the camera with a series of overblown grimaces and faux-menacing glares".
It was also critically panned. David Callaway who leaves the city with his traumatized daughter after the mother's suicide. Although the film was a financial success, some critics thought De Niro had been miscast, and queried his decision to star in a mediocre feature.
Based on the screenplay by Eric Roth , the project was personal for De Niro, who was raised during the Cold War and fascinated by it.
Writing for The Sydney Morning Herald , Sandra Hall noted its slow pace, stating "There's a potentially fascinating slice of American history here, but De Niro has carved it up with an excruciatingly dull knife".
His sole project in was Matthew Vaughn 's Stardust , a fantasy adventure, based on Neil Gaiman 's novel of the same name.
He plays Captain Shakespeare, the leader of a ship. The film was generally well received, although one critic from New York magazine thought De Niro's performance was "god-awful — yet his gung-ho spirit wins him Brownie points".
The film's response was mainly disappointing; Peter Hartlaub of San Francisco Chronicle thought the story was unoriginal and De Niro lacked energy.
The film was screened at the Canne Film Festival as an out-of-competition entry. Although the film's response was equally mixed, The Guardian 's critic praised De Niro for a "decent, watchable performance in a while".
It is a crime drama where De Niro plays a manipulated parole officer. The film was met with a divided reception; Toronto Star 's critic thought De Niro delivered a respectable performance due to Jovovich's support.
He was replaced by Ray Winstone. In , De Niro starred in the Italian comedy Manuale d'amore 3.
It was met with a mixed response; critic A. Scott complimented De Niro's ability for playing an estranged father opposite Paul Dano , calling him "unpredictable and subtle", despite an uncertain plot.
He appeared in the romantic comedy Silver Linings Playbook , as the father of Pat Solatano Bradley Cooper , who is released from a psychiatric hospital and moves back in with his parents to rebuild his life.
His other release, Last Vegas , received some respectable reviews. Co-starring Michael Douglas , Morgan Freeman , Kevin Kline and Mary Steenburgen , the film is about three retirees who travel to Las Vegas to have a bachelor party for their last remaining single friend.
In a harsh assessment of De Niro's performance, the A. They had previously worked together in 's Cop Land. The latter fared better with critics; Mark Olsen of the Los Angeles Times cordially remarked "De Niro brings a fresh, relaxed lightness to his performance, tinged with the gruff charm of Spencer Tracy ".
Returning to the heist genre, he starred in Heist , playing Francis "The Pope" Silva, a gangster casino owner who is targeted by criminals.
The film was not a box office success. In , he co-starred in Dirty Grandpa , playing a grandfather who goes to Florida during spring break with his grandson Zac Efron.
Upon release, the film received a polarized reception for its reputedly distasteful content, and appeared in several critics' lists of worst films of His last release of the year was The Comedian , which premiered at the AFI Fest , a film festival celebrating filmmakers' achievements.
The film received critical acclaim; Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph, praised De Niro's "sensational" performance and the chemistry between his co-stars, whom he has worked with in earlier films.
Several journalists consider De Niro to be among the best actors of his generation. Scott said that De Niro "was transforming himself — physically, vocally, psychologically — with each new role.
And in the process, before our eyes, reinventing the art of acting. A number of De Niro's films have become classics of American cinema, with six of his films inducted into the U.
National Film Registry as of In , De Niro lobbied U. Congress against impeaching President Bill Clinton. De Niro is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump.
During the U. I'd like to punch him in the face. Fuck Trump. It's no longer 'down with Trump'. It's 'fuck Trump'.
I didn't realize how against him certain people were — racially against him, offended that he was there. He has not one speck of redeemability in him.
The president is supposed to set an example of trying to do the right thing. They're out on the take. It's like a gangster family. S presidential election ,  and then switched to Joe Biden after Buttigieg dropped out of the race.
De Niro married actress Diahnne Abbott in