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From the stone-cold government killer, to the heart broken lover. Style and sophistication are in abundance.
And I love it. First off, the negative. Casino Royale is both too long and too short. Like OHMSS, there are moments when the running time feels its length and others where you think something's missing because they suddenly tried to trim the running time by not shooting bits.
And some of the script has some lines as subtle as a car crash that stink of Paul Haggis' brand of heavy handedness. The big finale is just a bit too much, as if they're afraid not to destroy some big building again because that's what they always do.
Having got that out of the way, none of that matters that much because this is the best Bond since George Lazenby thought he had all the time in the world.
It's got a strong plot for once and makes it even stronger by showing us where Bond came from and how he smoothed away some of the rough edges.
And the edges are brutally rough here. The killings are nasty and the aftermath has to be dealt with in a way Bonds have never done before.
The real ace in the hand is Craig. He doesn't have Connery's raw star quality, but he's easily the best actor to have played the part.
I don't know if the film was shot in sequence but for the only time since OHMSS you get a sense of Bond changing throughout the film as his cockiness becomes confidence and his brutality becomes cold efficiency.
He starts off unlikeable but human and gradually picks up the Bond traits we know until he becomes more likable but just a little less human.
It's an interesting journey and Craig is up to it. It's not just his delivery, it's also his body language. Even his fighting style changes as he adapts.
Physically he's the most in your face Bond since Lazenby and the action scenes look brutal for once. Even the not very likely free running chase is spectacular but believable because you get the idea that this really is kill or be killed stuff.
It's got a real feel of danger to it that hasn't been seen in the series in years. Only the torture scene feels like it's holding back it's almost as tastefully done as the old TV version but that's probably fear of the censors.
You'll come out of this one not just thinking that Daniel Craig IS James Bond, but that no-one has ever played him before. Let's all hope EON don't lose their nerve with Bond 22 and bring back the sci-fi stuff and gadgets, because this could be a real new beginning!
See it and you'll believe it. Murph McManus 9 November James Bond is back and he is alive and well. Any questions about Daniel Craig's worthiness are thrown out almost immediately as we are handed a film filled to the brim with exquisite action and explosive emotion.
I squirmed in my seat with delight as I have not done since I was a child. For a while it seemed that he might not be able to well exist outside the confines of the cold war, but here we are given an entirely modern Bond with enough nods to the original that we can't be too upset.
Maybe it's because this is the last novel yet to be filmed in the traditional Bond manner and it is Ian Fleming who has stolen our hearts not this incarnation of the super spy.
However I like to think that someone actually just got their act together and concentrated on the film itself as opposed to who they could get the most product placement money out of.
James Bond will live on for at least one more generation, and maybe forever. Great set pieces and one of the best chase sequences not involving cars ever put on screen, blended with beautiful locations and even more lovely women add up to the perfect cocktail with the twisting story line acting as the lemon peel in the martini, holding it all together.
Many will come out saying that this is the best Bond film ever and I can not rightly say they are wrong at this point. Only time will tell that tale.
However every fan can be assured that this ranks amongst the very upper crust of Bond movies, and Craig is no Lazenby. He lends a harsh wit and a thuggish charm to the character and by the end he's no longer the new guy, he is Bond, James Bond.
A masterpiece of popular film-making and the movie we have been waiting for all year. See it early and often as it is sure not to diminish upon reviewing.
What a difference a great actor makes. Daniel Craig is superb as James Bond and parting from that point everything in it is enjoyable, frightening, thrilling just because we're with him.
He conquered us from the word go. The initial chase is one of the best in film history and as soon as we get to know this new incarnation of the iconic Ian Fleming character, we're hooked.
He's virile but there is room for ambiguity. He's elegant but as, the sensational Eva Green, points out is more acquired than inherited. More working class than even Sean Connery and that works wonders for Mr Bond.
The script is more compact and organic. The locations are breathtaking and what else I can say? The series have been reinvigorated, rejuvenated and in one single stroke have secured that this franchise will live forever.
A note to Barbara Broccoli, the producer, your father would be so proud. This is among the best bond movies!
You have to see it. After all the controversy and comments on Daniel Craig's potential as an actor and doubts over him playing Bond He's here to stay.
He has that natural feeling about him when you see him on the screen as Bond, that attitude, style, confidence matched only by Sean COnnery.
The movie as a whole is extremely entertaining and exciting. The acting is awesome Eva Green actually does a great job and has really improved her acting from the last time i saw her in kingdom of heaven , but then this is a totally different movie.
There's a lot of action mixed with great story which i am sure will please the true Bond fan. Please go and watch this because you will regret if you don't, forget the past this is the New Bond.
In the original Bond series, only a handful of films really attempted to touch base with the novels of Ian Fleming. No" showed the Fleming feeling for character and action, but introduced elements to the plot that detracted from the 'hard-boiled' spy story that Fleming thought he was writing; "Thunderball" came close, but that was because Fleming developed the story on commission for the film.
The decision to make a 21st Century version of Fleming's first Bond novel - and, beyond the update, to remain true to the novel, sans comic patter, sans sci-fi techno-schtick, sans major rewrite of the basic plot - promised to present Bond fans of all ages with a direct challenge.
Do we want the hard-boiled spy Fleming first envisioned - patterned after Chandler's Philip Marlowe and W.
Somerset Maughm's Ashenden "or: Or would we really rather have the suave stand-up comedian and Playboy magazine contributor introduced by Broccoli, Maibaum, Young, and company, in the second Connery film, "From Russia With Love"?
Well, the votes are still being tallied on that. As someone who came to Bond reading "Goldfinger" at the tender age of twelve the phrase "round, firm, pointed breasts" has been an inspiration to me since , the closer the films came to the sense of the novels, the happier I was.
So of course, this version of Bond is a joyous surprise for me - my youthful daydreams have been vindicated and at last fully satisfied.
There are indeed elements added to the plot, but they are completely congruent with it. There is the use of current technology, but no techno-schtick - i.
There are the luscious Bond babes 2 - the minimum Bond requirement , but there is no attempt to reduce them to photogenic sex-toys.
The film's opening this novel out to the world is actually quite welcome, and does not affect the central plot or its theme.
The character of Bond presented in this film may disappoint followers of the original films, but the news is, this is FLEMING's Bond - an orphan uncertain of his own identity, a disillusioned romantic trying hard to pretend he's incapable of emotions, a middle class, middle-brow, middle-level management type who just happens to kill people for a living.
But he does it extremely well. The other problem some general viewers may have is the level of violence in the film; having determined to film the novel realistically, director Martin Campbell has decided to ditch the 'B-movie' violence of most of the earlier films, and present us the violence with a hard 'British neo-noir' edge to it.
Given the romantic plot twist toward the end, this would be a perfect date movie - except that the violence left some of the female viewers in the theater I attended clearly unsettled.
That's not necessarily a bad thing, it just is part of the gestalt of the film's experience. Cambell's direction is very good; the writing is crisp; production values are very high; the photography is stunning.
Some of the stunt work is truly remarkable, worthy competition for Jackie Chan. The acting is rock-solid and believable for these characters. There is plenty of muscle for the action-film fan, and some real brains for the more general viewer to ponder later.
This film is best viewed with minimal reliance on knowledge of the previous series. In fact, it functions perfectly well as a 'one-off', a film without a series.
But of course, the ending invites a sequel. In Godzilla terms, Connery and Moore having given us the 'showa' Bond, Dalton and Brosnan the "Heisei" Bond, we now have the "Millenium" series James Bond - not a prequel nor even a 'reboot', but, really, an entirely new series about the same character.
It is probably too much to hope for, but maybe they can make the sequels just as good as this. As a genre film it never quite lifts above its genre; so normally I would only give it "nine stars" as a film.
However, as a film within its genre, it is top-of-the-line - so it gets a ten. Shanus 11 November There is only one movie franchise that has twisted, turned and reinvented itself on so many occasions The originally unpopular Craig grinds through this action packed feature with ease and in my opinion proves all of his doubters including me very very wrong..
At last we have another true Bond.. Sharp, sophisticated and as tough as nails And perhaps correctly more shaken than stirred. Well certain people thought Daniel Craig could not pull it off, but he has and with style and a cold steel edge, not seen since Sean Connery.
This is proper action hero stuff, but he actually looks like if he wanted to he could kill you. With an opening sequence that will stop you from blinking for 20 minutes.
The film is class, from the cinematography, to the three dimensional villains, and Bond's rapid learning curve. Like Dr No, you see a killer, just he is on our side.
Don't read reviews, just go and see it, and tell your friends what you thought, you won't be disappointed.
I saw this at a special premiere and i was amazed. After watching Brosnans invisible car in the previous incarnation I thought it could only get worse.
How wrong was I! He exudes confidant menace. They have gone back to basics with this Bond ie character and dialogue driven and not thankfully gadget driven.
Not only is it the best bond film out so far its one of the years best films out. They have borrowed some elements from the Bourne series of films which is long overdue on the franchise, more realistic fight sequences and with Daniel Craig actually looking like a physically capable man instead of the middle aged paunch of Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan who both quite frankly couldn't beat up a Ritz cracker.
Having just achieved his 00 status, James Bond is assigned to uncover a plot by tracking a bomber for hire. Removed from the mission by M, Bond nevertheless follows the only lead he has to Miami where he finds himself working round the edges of a plot by criminal Le Chiffre to invest his clients money in the stock market just before an engineered event should send shares in a direction favourable for him.
After the poor CGI and overblown if fun affair that was Die Another Day, the series was at risk of just throwing more and more money at the screen in an attempt to exaggerate and increase the Bond formula to keep fans happy.
And, in fairness it seems financially to be working for them but this is not to say that the drastically scaled back feel of Casino Royale is not a welcome change of direction for the series, because for me it most certainly was.
Opening with a gritty, short and violent pre-credit sequence, the film moves through a cool title sequence with a typically Bondian if only so-so theme song.
Casting free-runner Foucan was a great move and this sequence was the high for me. After this the film develops nicely with a solid plot that engaged me easily enough, with interesting characters along the way.
Of course this isn't to say that the series has suddenly put out an introspective character piece, because the world of Bond is all still here.
So we have superhuman stunts, gadgets albeit a practical self-defibrillator as opposed to a mini-helicopter and the usual types of characters going the way we expect.
With all the fanboys tired from bemoaning Craig, it is nice to actually see for ourselves what he can do and mostly he is very good. He convinces as a heartless killer and has the presence that suggests that he could do ruthless damage if he had to.
I was a bit put off by how regularly he pouts but generally he brings a gravitas to the character that it benefits from. Green is a pretty good Bond girl and brings much, much more to the role than Berry did in the last film.
Mikkelsen is a good foil for Bond and is given more interest by his lack of stature he is essentially facing his last role of the dice in several ways.
Dench is as solid as ever while Wright makes a shrewd move in a small character that offers more of the same for a few years to come.
Overall then this is not the brilliant, flawless film that many have claimed, but I completely understand why it has been greeted with such praise. Sat beside Die Another Day, it is a wonderfully dark and brooding Bond with great action replacing some of the CGI and gadget excesses of recent times.
A refreshing film with the bond formula in place but with a dark and comparatively restrained tone that makes it realistic enough to get into while still existing in the spy fantasy world.
Right from the start, it is evident that the James Bond making his debut in 'Casino Royale' bears small, if any, resemblance to his predecessors.
Gone are the gadgets, the gimmicks, the one-liners and general good-natured silliness. James Bond, shortly to receive the fateful designation of , as portrayed by Daniel Craig, is brutal see the very violent pre-credits fight , ruthless, and regards killing as an everyday activity that does not impinge upon himself as a person.
Whereas Brosnan's Bond had the glimmerings of a sense of honour "I usually hate killing an unarmed man, cold-blooded murder is a filthy business" he utters in 'The World is Not Enough' and even sometimes of compassion, Daniel Craig as Bond is the man who would shoot you in the head without even pausing to look you in the eye.
Indeed, almost everything about this whole film is re-invented - okay, they've kept the stunning women, beautiful locations, brilliant action sequences the standout being a chase across a building site that induces vertigo even when sitting safely in a cinema seat and the scene-stealing performance from Judi Dench as M, but everything else is fresh and new.
This is Bond re-invented from the ground up. Which is probably a good thing. Although the Bond franchise slid a bit off track with Pierce Brosnan's last film, the general consensus is he was the best since Connery and would have been a tough act to follow had the original formula been stuck to.
Daniel Craig on the other hand hasn't got so much of a shadow to step out from, and this can only work to his advantage when his most eloquent acting is done minus words - as aforementioned, Bond's usual quips are noticeable by their absence and only a little sparring with the more than equal-to-the-task Vesper Lynd hints at Bond's liking for double entendres.
So, on to the biggest question of them all - is Craig a Bond to beat them all or a trouble-oh seven?
Call me a wimp if you will, but I'm going to reserve judgement. You can almost feel the director and the camera willing him to become the of Ian Fleming's imagination.
Whether or not Craig can inhabit the role as Connery or Brosnan did and make it his own it still up for debate - but then this is only his first outing.
But whether or not he is Bond, Craig is a terrific action hero, leaping from cranes, shooting bad guys and generally wrecking havoc in the name of Queen and Country.
Mads Mikkelson does himself proud as Le Chiffre, a baddie so bad he weeps blood. Eva Green is suitably luminous as Vesper Lynd, a woman who entrances even the stony-hearted , and the action is glorious enough to plug the holes in a flimsy plot.
Oh, and did I mention Judi Dench rocks as M? If this is Bond reborn, it's good to see he's retained just a few things from his previous life.
Though it doesn't care too much about the series' continuity it's supposed to be Bond's first mission as a 00 agent, but it takes place after the Cold war and Judi Dench is already M , "Casino Royale" is a great re-creation of the series.
Cool action, great thrills and a more humane Bond more than make up for the purported lack of gadgets.
Daniel Craig plays Bond as a rough secret who only gradually acquires the class and cold demeanor we all know and love. He makes mistakes in the course of his mission, but that makes him even more of a hero.
Although I found it hard at first to cope with Craig's looks, he is more than suitable as the character. Bond is portrayed as a man with flaws and weaknesses, which makes him look even stronger.
The story is not your usual Bond plot and relies more on classical thrills than technology, though the action is extremely hard-boiled.
A definite must-see for Bond fans: Part of the Collection: View All Videos 1. View All Photos James Bond's first mission takes him to Madagascar, where he is to spy on a terrorist Mollaka.
Not everything goes as planned and Bond decides to investigate, independently of the MI6 agency, in order to track down the rest of the terrorist cell.
Following a lead to the Bahamas, he encounters Dimitrios and his girlfriend, Solange. He learns that Dimitrios is involved with Le Chiffre, banker to the world's terrorist organizations.
Secret Service intelligence reveals that Le Chiffre is planning to raise money in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro at Le Casino Royale.
MI6 assigns to play against him, knowing that if Le Chiffre loses, it will destroy his organization. At first skeptical of what value Vesper can provide, Bond's interest in her deepens as they brave danger together--and even torture at the hands of Le Chiffre.
The marathon game proceeds with dirty tricks and violence, raising the stakes beyond blood money and reaching a terrifying climax.
PG for intense sequences of violent action, a scene of torture, sexual content and nudity. Daniel Craig as James Bond.
Eva Green as Vesper Lynd. Mads Mikkelsen as Le Chiffre. Judi Dench as M. Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter. Giancarlo Giannini as Mathis.
Caterina Murino as Solange. Simon Abkarian as Alex Dimitrios. Jesper Christensen as Mr. Ivana Milicevic as Valenka.
Claudio Santamaria as Carlos. Tobias Menzies as Villiers. Sebastien Foucan as Mollaka. Malcolm Sinclair as Dryden. Richard Sammel as Gettler.
Ludger Pistor as Mendel. Joseph Millson as Carter. Daud Shah as Fisher. Clemans Schick as Kraft. Emmanuel Avena as Leo.
Tom Chadbon as Stockbroker. Dayo Ade as Infante. Urbano Barberini as Tomelli. Madame Wu as Tsai Chin. Charlie Levi Leroy as Gallardo. Lazar Ristovski as Kaminofsky.
Tom So as Fukutu. Veruschka von Lehndorff as Gräfin von Wallenstein. Daniel Andreas as Dealer. Christina Cole as Ocean Club Receptionist. Jürgen Tarrach as Schultz.
John Gold as Card Player. Jerry Inzerillo as Card Player. Diane Hartford as Card Player. Jessica Renae Miller as Dealer. Paul Bhattacharjee as Hot Room Doctor.
Simon Cox as Hot Room Technician. Rebecca Gethings as Hot Room Technician. Peter Notley as M16 Technician. John Chancer as Police Commander. Pater Brooke as Airport Policeman.
Jason Durran as Airport Policeman. Robert Jezek as Arresting Officer. Michael Offei as Obanno's Leutenant.
Makhoudia Diaw as Obanno's Liaison. Wilson as Chief of Police. Vladimir Kulhavy as Croatian General. Valentine Nonyela as Nambutu Embassy Official.
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