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When it came to the showgirls in his nightclub, he kept track of their exact weight without, it seems, even bothering to ogle. View on timesmachine. The long, astonishing Copacabana sequence in "Goodfellas" was only a warm-up for this. At pivotal moments, the film's terrific pop score supervised by Robbie Robertson, ranging from "Stardust" and soul to the Rolling Stones and Devo delivers just the right ironic commentary on the action. As Ginger McKenna, a gorgeous hustler who falls from the ranks of Vegas's royalty to its lowest depths, she represents the full range of this film's stark extremes. Scorsese has ever filmed. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. This film is rated R. In a town where even marriage is a business deal, Ace makes a gambler's proposal to Ginger: "Wanna take a chance? It outlines the intricacies of casino cheating; the complex financial structure linking casino profits to mob bosses in Kansas City; the greased-palm etiquette ruling all Las Vegas, from its politicians to its valet parkers; the Federal investigation that had Ace and Nicky dodging surveillance planes, wiretaps and lip-readers, and even the blinding peculiarities of local fashion and interior decor. From those simple beginnings, with Mr. Pesci cast ideally as Ace and Nicky, "Casino" spins a gigantic web. Scorsese has given this film's setting the surreal and breathtaking intensity of a money-mad mirage. So "Casino," based on reportorial work by Nicholas Pileggi, comes equipped with the liabilities of investigative journalism: no conveniently sharp focus, a plot built like a centipede and characters with lives too messy to form conventional dramatic arcs. Home Page World U.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The place is quagmire enough for an epic morality play, but this film's tone is staunchly journalistic, as borne out by its matter-of-fact last words: "And that's that. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems; we are continuing to work to improve these archived versions. Strategically timed to offset three hours' worth of vintage Las Vegas glitter, it's a reminder that Mr. Outlandish and yet becoming, the flashy 's costumes are a movie in themselves thanks to Rita Ryack and John Dunn, who show off Ms. Stone to traffic-stopping effect and find Ace more colors than there are in the rainbow. Pileggi's book. Like all the film's principal characters, Ginger is a renamed and slightly modified version of the woman described in Mr. Lester, Nicky, booze, greed and hubris all contribute to the breakdown of Ace and Ginger's marriage, culminating in a riotous, terrible meltdown that makes for one of the most scorching episodes Mr. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Played with suitable sleaze by James Woods, Lester is described by Ace as "a moocher, a card cheat, a country club golf hustler chasing dentists for a few bucks. Sometimes the film overloads its audience's capacity to absorb arcane schemes or fiscal data; sometimes it takes off on abrupt tangents. Scorsese, based on the book by Mr. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Of all the bravura visual effects in Martin Scorsese's dazzlingly stylish "Casino," it's a glimpse of ordinary people that delivers the greatest jolt. Running time: minutes. But the material unearthed by Mr. Scorsese to do what they do best. De Niro and Mr. Occasionally it seems repetitive, but most of it is agile and enveloping, economically packing in a wealth of detail. Pileggi also features truths much stranger than fiction, wildly histrionic showdowns, intricate mob trivia and people whose Faustian conniving and obsessive fury fit perfectly into the Scorsese canon. It includes frequent profanity and several quick but graphic violent episodes involving beatings, a stabbing and a head caught in a vise. But her most crazily extreme behavior is true to his account. Meanwhile, Dante Ferretti, a long way from "The Age of Innocence," contributes wonderfully witty and affectionate production design. Costume and character are well linked, as when Ace sits in his office in a shirt, white socks and turquoise loafers, keeping his turquoise pants on a hanger unless company appears. More number-cruncher than swaggering mobster, Ace was fastidious enough to regulate the number of blueberries in his restaurant's blueberry muffins. Scorsese has been here and done this already in "Goodfellas," but not with his new film's blistering bitterness or its peacock extravagance. So Ace depended on the mad-dog energies of his vicious best friend, Nicky Santoro -- at least until Nicky became a menace. The real world looks shockingly impoverished by comparison. But "Casino" also has a new ingredient in Sharon Stone, who will be nobody's idea of Hollywood fluff after this spectacular, emblematic performance. Look elsewhere for moral lessons or warm, fuzzy accounts of true love. With its rivers of cash and mountains of neon, its high rollers and lowlife hoods, "Casino" luxuriantly explores the anatomy of America's gaudiest and now most cinematically popular playground. But it does know why Ace's first sight of Ginger, on a black and white surveillance camera scanning the casino, is enough to stop him cold.