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Casino Royale review(2006):
No time to die is coming up in November, so why wouldn't I watch the earlier films now and wait for November. Casino royale is well made, it truly is. The characters are interesting, the directing is consistent and good, the cast is phenomenal, and the movie is looking visually good. Daniel Craig fits this character greatly, he gives a great performance. The action scenes were really well directed and executed on screen. I did have a problem with how they concluded le Chiffre's arc. The movie also feels fast, the running time is 144 minutes and it feels like two hours tops. Casino Royale worked and executed well in all the attempts that he made, and this makes this movie a great movie.
No time to die is coming up in November, so why wouldn't I watch the earlier films now and wait for November. Casino royale is well made, it truly is. The characters are interesting, the directing is consistent and good, the cast is phenomenal, and the movie is looking visually good. Daniel Craig fits this character greatly, he gives a great performance. The action scenes were really well directed and executed on screen. I did have a problem with how they concluded le Chiffre's arc. The movie also feels fast, the running time is 144 minutes and it feels like two hours tops. Casino Royale worked and executed well in all the attempts that he made, and this makes this movie a great movie. ⭐⭐⭐⭐½
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SEVERE SPOILERS AHEAD Ready? From 1953, this was Ian Fleming's first book, and it's been slightly overshadowed by later, more over-the-top entries in the series. Certainly Fort Knox isn't robbed and no nuclear warheads are stolen, but the lack of spectacle is more than compensated by the tight, cohesive storyline and deep after-effects of this story. This is basically the 'origin' of Jame Bond as we will know him, the events which break him down and allow him to start over in the direction of his life's work. At the start of CASINO ROYALE, Bond is a 00 agent but apparently hasn't been for too long (we're told he has killed two men in the line of duty) and he's very much filled with his own coolness. Smug and pretentious, doing his job with an exaggerated toughness, Bond is reminiscent of a boy playing cowboy, mentally swaggering into the saloon with his thumbs in his gunbelt. By the end of the novel, he's been thoroughly humbled. His opponents overwhelm him effortlessly, he's rescued not by his own efforts but by the intervention of a SMERSH assassin and the woman he has finally tumbled for is revealed to have been a double agent all along. The morning he finds she has committed suicide to escape the situation (while he was still hoping she would accept his marriage proposal), Bond has had his illusions destroyed and he resolves to start over. Compared to later books, the premise of CASINO ROYALE is relatively low-key. The villain is Le Chiffre, an undercover agent for the Russians who has gotten deeply in debt with their money and hopes to regain it by gambling at the French casino of the title. To prevent this, thereby ruining Le Chiffre and crippling the Communist labor union he heads, the British secret service sends its best gambler to do battle at the table, a man named Bond. Right from the first paragraph, all of Ian Fleming's special characteristics are in evidence, from the journalist's attention to detail to the melodramatic action of the pulp novels. The actual writing style is more straightforward and plainer than it will become, and the frequent use of French seems perhaps a bit much (but then both Fleming and Bond seem to enjoy showing off and being up one up on everyone). The gambling for high stakes (both in terms of money and in the life-or-death consequences for the two men) is described with a passionate intensity that makes it easy to follow, even if you've never heard of baccarat. There's sex and violence, both pretty lurid for 1953. Bond is tortured in a graphic sequence that is still pretty hard to take today, but there are no prolonged shoot-outs or duels. Although he does carry out his mission to take Le Chiffre's money, Bond makes a poor showing in the actual combat. He's saved only when a SMERSH hitman interrupts to execute Le Chiffre. Surprisingly, although the story seems to have reached its logical end, events then proceed to complete Bond's harsh lesson. The woman from his Service who has been sent to assist him, Vesper Lynd, reaches his repressed feelings. Bond has never thought a relationship could last, part of him has always held back, and even as he starts flirting, part of his mind is reflecting on how he will break it off. But he falls hard for Vesper, partly because after his experience, and he's thinking of leaving the service and travelling. He decides to propose to her and then the axe falls. She was in fact working for Russia all along, and torn between her genuine feelings for him and the certainty that SMERSH will come looking for her soon, she takes a bottle of sleeping pills and leaves him a heartbreaking note. Here is where the James Bond of the following books is born. Instead of resigning, he is grimly determined now to work against SMERSH, to do everything he can to smash it. It's the cause he never had in his years of playing secret agent, and the guilt and remorse he feels are channelled into new dedication. It's too bad this book was never made into a serious Bond film. If a new actor replaces Pierce Brosnan, this would be a perfect launching board to reintroduce Bond and explain him. [Heh, you can tell I wrote this a few years ago, can't you?] A few details are worth noting. When our hero meets Felix Leiter (who, like M and Moneypenny, is right there at the beginning of the stories) and gives his name, 007 replies, "Mine's Bond-- James Bond." So that classic phrase is imbedded from the start. And if Bond bought his Bentley in 1933, he has to be in his early forties in this story (unless he purchased a car like that as a teen-ager) It's described as his only personal hobby and in fact Bond has a very limited range of interests, mostly physical. And SMERSH is concerned with disciplining wayward Soviet agents, sort of like the Internal Affairs investigators of police departments. It's not a general espionage unit as it's sometimes depicted and when Bond sets himself to fighting it, he sees it as "the threat behind the spies, the threat that made them spy." Fleming never followed up on this too much, and after FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE, he downplayed the Russians and introduced the more international SPECTRE. But I would have liked to see more of SMERSH, even a story where Bond defends reluctant Russian moles against a SMERSH assassin. And come to think of it, did Bond ever run into the SMERSH hitman who killed Le Chiffre and (even though he spared 007's life) carved the symbol for 'spy' on the back of the English agent's hand? There's an untold story there.
Hello there. I participated in the first showing of Secret Cinema's Casino Royale experience on the 5th of June and it was GREAT. I've written a (SPOILER FREE) review of my experience for anyone who is going and wants to know information about travel, logistics etc OR if you are not going but are just interested in what it's like. I'd also be interested to hear your experience if you've already gone as a comment to this post!
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Welcome back everyone, and here’s the next thread leading up to No Time To Die. We’re taking a look at the unofficial Bond spoof, Casino Royale, a highly confusing and strange affair with a very troubled production (there’s as many directors on this film as there are official James Bonds). It’s often singled out for being way too wacky for its own good, but at least the set design is great? Leave your thoughts and scores down below, and we’ll be back to the official canon next week with You Only Live Twice. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I don’t have a joke for this film to end this post on. My bad. See you next week!
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