Best Casino movies ever

Cinema has always undergone a fascination with the game room. There are a lot of movie casinos where there are roulette or poker tables among the protagonists.

The mix of risk and adrenaline has convinced many Hollywood producers especially to invest in movie casinos that make the viewer feel in a Las Vegas room. So many directors who wrote the story of Hollywood told them in their films in various ways.

Casino movies generally broadcast a picture of luxury and money. It’s just that glamor sensation that catches the spectator, curious about absorbing those gambling halls, the same ones he could find in real life.

The Amazing Cinema Casino for enthusiasts

La stangata (1973)

This movie is one of the best ever made on the game. Robert Redford plays with Paul Newman. In the 1930s America, the pair of bitches Johnny and Henry play a bad shot at a powerful gangster that will kill one of the two. The other one in life will try to hide and open a fake betting agency where Poker will make it a boss. A great movie that probably deserved the Oscar.

California Split (1974)

A forgotten masterpiece where we witness the performance of two degenerate players played by Elliott Gould and George Segal. They meet by chance in a California gambling house, become friends and devise a plan that will have to change their lives. The film is centered on gambling halls and casinos, and true professional players like Amarillo tell you.

Rain Man – The Rain Man (1988)

Barry Levinson wins 4 Oscar Awards and the Golden Bear in Berlin with this film. Tom Cruise finds that the autistic brother has card counting skills. So you think about getting rich by turning Las Vegas casinos. In this film, for the first time, the topic of “Counting Cards in the Casinos” is highlighted.

 Casino (1995)

Martin Scorsese heads one of the best movies on the casino and with a screaming cast: Robert De Niro, Sharon Stone, Joe Pesci, James Wood. A movie casino where the mafia and money are told in the most ugliest way. The story is based on events that were actually happening in casinos in the years when the underworld ran most Las Vegas casinos.

Rounders (1998)

A classic for all those who started playing Texas Hold’em at the end of the 90’s. It’s the story of a law student who keeps playing at Poker. One evening she decides to challenge Teddy KGB, a Russian-style fox who runs a private club. Even here the cast is extraordinary, John Malkovich, Edward Norton, Matt Damon… But the real protagonist is the green table.

Sydney (1996)

Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s debut film. The title of the film refers to the name of the protagonist and not the Australian city. A starfighter of the casinos drags a young bitch to Las Vegas. Alui teaches the tricks of the casino. A refined film though at times slow.

Croupier (1998)

A movie casino that poses with a particular point of view on the casino world. Tells a story as a dealer. The film’s peculiarity is the location where the story is set: London and not Vegas. The world of gambling looks like cold and hard. The luxury of high roller casinos seems to be a remote chimera.

The rules of the game (2007)

Surely the most “instructive” movie on Poker. It highlights the rules of the game by celebrating the Worrld Series and explaining all the variants of the Sports Poker and Chinesse Open Face Poker. A tormented love story and the acting of Robert Duvall and Eric Bana are the added value.

Ocean’s Eleven (2001)

Eleven professional malvivents are organizing to mark a $ 150 million blow to the damage of three Las Vegas casinos. The casinos are owned by a single person, Terry Benedict (Andy Garcia), who is engaged to Julia Roberts, the ex-girlfriend of the eleven-year-old leader, Dan (George Clooney). Robbery thus becomes a matter not only economic but also of honor.

 Casino Royale (2006)

One of James Bond’s saga films. The film is full of action and scenes shot inside the casino. Luck is not always on the part of Bond that will have to collide with his opponent even at the poker table.

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