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I really need casino ginger death scene re-watch that film. Stone's work in this is mesmerizing. He takes risks, but they always feel right. And that is a great story, because I had the exact same experience with it.

This si so brilliant! That is probably my most anticipated movie at the moment. Thanks so much! Bob Richardson has such a distinct style, doesn't he? Except that Casino is a great film worthy of the time investment.

Stone is indeed mesmerizing, in that moment, and the whole damn film. I especially love https://promo.prikol-russkie.online/casino/latest-casino-news-in-connecticut.html costume design.

Scorsese usually has great female characters in his films but Ginger was just incredible. Ahhh, what memories. I'm so happy to hear that you love this movie.

They stuff they do together is incomparable. 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 remains my favorite acting of his career.

Frank Vincent is a beast in this movie and you're so right about his final look. Also love that list of yours. I love everything about Stone in this movie. 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.

And i think Joe Pesci has never been better. I remember, as a kid, seeing those two VHS tapes sitting on my father's shelf and being so intimated by read more. And hey man, have at it.

But you're right, I should do that one. Was that intentional? One of my all time favorites. And this post is terrific. Another note of economical screenwriting comes in how patiently Scorsese and Pileggi have Nicky and Frank take little casino ginger death scene at casino ginger death scene.

Thanks man! Complete the QT filmography. It drives me insane if I don't list every single damn thing I love about a film. Thanks Chris! Love it. That's up there with Gone with the Wind. That's the type of shit that wins cinematography Oscars.

I'll never forgot that double VHS. I was hoping you'd enjoy this post, given the mutual love we share for this movie. And I Cannot. The Back Home Years Ago title card is my favorite thing ever.

What a fantastic film this is.

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