Casino Review – Is Casino Worth Your Time?

When you walk into a casino, you’re surrounded by people who are there to socialize and try their hand at some games of chance. The music is upbeat, drinks are flowing and the atmosphere is charged with excitement. It’s easy to get carried away and lose track of time. But the good news is, if you know how much money you want to spend, you can control your spending and avoid the pitfall of gambling addiction.

The first thing you need to do is set a budget before you go into a casino. If you don’t, it’s too easy to spend more than you can afford. If you do end up losing some money, don’t be afraid to walk away. It’s better to leave than to spend even more trying to win back what you lost.

If you’re a big gambler, casinos will often give you comps such as free hotel rooms, dinners and tickets to shows. Basically, they’re willing to sacrifice your basic human needs to encourage you to play more. This strategy is very effective, but don’t be fooled. Gambling isn’t always a way to make money, and even if you’re lucky enough to win, the losses can add up quickly.

Ultimately, Casino is a film about greed and corruption. It lacks the pizzazz of Goodfellas, but it’s still a compelling story about predatory mob culture. Robert de Niro is great as usual and Sharon Stone is also fantastic as the blonde hustler Ginger McKenna. The movie is packed with memorable scenes and plotlines, including Nicky’s transformation into a dog after going after Ginger.