The inner-workings of a corrupt Las Vegas casino are exposed in Martin Scorsese's story of crime and punishment. The film chronicles the lives and times of three characters: "Ace" Rothstein (Robert De Niro), a bookmaking wizard; Nicky Santoro (Joe Pesci), a Mafia underboss and longtime best friend to Ace; and Ginger McKenna (Sharon Stone, in a role she was born to play), a leggy ex-prostitute with a fondness for jewelry and a penchant for playing the field. Ace plays by the rules (albeit Vegas rules, which, as he reminds the audience in voiceover, would make him a criminal in any other state), while Nicky and Ginger lie, cheat, and steal their respective ways to the top. The film's first hour and a half details their rise to power, while the second half follows their downfall as the FBI, corrupt government officials, and angry mob bosses pick apart their Camelot piece by piece.~Jeremy Beday
Casino: The Story
Moments with Martin Scorsese, Sharon Stone, Nicholas Pileggi and more!
This is an excellent 4k movie. The visual effects will impress any enthusiastic movie aficionado. The story is well written, and the actors are best of the best, in every scene.This will easily go in the collection, of great movies. Thank you Best Buy.
My mom love watching this movie so I had to get it and it was on StealBook and at a great price too.
This review is from Casino [SteelBook] [Includes Digital Copy] [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray] [Only @ Best Buy] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Casino for the win!!
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
This movie is amazing in 4K! I thought it was great when I was watching it on a Blu-ray years ago and now they brought it to a whole new level. The casino lights are so clear and the dessert scene with DeNiro and Pesci is vibrant!
What if you were to go back in time before the mid 80s when Vegas got cleaned up and turned into a family vacation spot (well at least on the outside) and before the mob got kicked out? You would basically have the world of Martin Scorsese's Casino. Released in 1995 the movie was seen as a kind of pseudo-sequel to Goodfellas because DeNiro and Pesci reunited but it's a completely different movie. Although some similar camera and editing techniques are used Casino feels a lot more like an epic tragedy fueled by greed, lust, and the intoxication of power than a riveting, frenzied sprint through the life of a mobster and his rise and fall. So while Goodfellas is a classic Casino is a different film as evidenced by it's opening scene that employs a wonderful operatic track that's sets the tone of foreboding and how building a man-made paradise in the middle of the desert was always going to lead to painful consequences. The 4K presentation is completely true to the theatrical 35mm source with gorgeous lighting, a light layer of film grain, and lush, rich color. The lossless soundtrack does right by the classic 70s rock tracks, sound effects, and dialogue by providing true clarity and fidelity. In other words this is the dream version for fans of this film and Scorsese.
I think it’s a great transfer. I also think “professionals” are too hard on video transfers for early 90s films. Was well worth the sale price to revisit this film years later and you won’t be disappointed with the video or audio quality.