Vegas (2012)


Vegas (2012)


Mad Men, Magic City and The Playboy have landmarked the "fashion" for television series depicting midst of the 20th century in some romanticized and embellished way which is not surprising (it's hard to believe that series showcasing the real 50-60th life could gain some success). Vegas looks exactly like next one in row of abovementioned TV shows, telling a story about a very typical Sheriff, Ralph Lamb, confronting the evil personalized in a typical Italian mobster Vincent Savino. The character of Sheriff Ralph Lamb was copied from real life person, a Sheriff of Clark County whose name was Ralph Lamb, and who served in 1961"“1979. Vincent Savino impersonate crime boss Marcello Giuseppe Caifano, a real-life mobster too, a high-ranking member of the Chicago Outfit criminal organization, who moved to the city of inspiring opportunities (Las Vegas). He was made overseer of mob-controlled casinos in Las Vegas and has got a "Don" chair of Las Vegas by trading off his wife, a " supersexy blonde hottie" Darlene, to the Godfather of the Chicago Mafia. As the price was paid, Vincent Savino / Marcello Caifano was faced the necessity to take total control over the city, and Ralph Lamb was the last standing on his way.

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Emily Peacock

Undoubtfully, cinematography has been my passion since a very young age. Even now, watching a new movie or series always prompts me to ask a lot of questions to the author. Thus, every little essay about a title is definitely not a spoiler, but rather an attempt to explore the idea.

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