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A fresh new take on Bond that still retains the same fun tone of the best in the series, Casino Royales presents the best Bond since Sean Connery, a classic villain, and incredible scenes of tension and action on and off the poker table, making this one of the very best that the series has to offer.
The only good bond film Daniel Craig managed to do well! Although the plot was so well written that Ben Afleck could have pulled it off. This film is by no means a success because of Daniel Craig though. The rest of Daniel Craig's so call Bond appearances are all CRAP!!!!
Best reboot for a film series ever. Starring a blonde Bond Daniel Craig it is more gritty then ever. Containing Strong Violence, Sex references and Language and a Cringy scene containing bond being tortured. this should be rated a 15
James Bond/007: Daniel Craig Vesper Lynnd: Eva Green Le Chiffre: Mads Micklestone Felix Lieter: Jeffrey Wight M: Judi Dench Rene Mathis:Giancarlo Gianninia Mr White: Jesper Christian
Dark and realistic, Casino Royale excellently embodies a more mature tone. With none of the goofy gadget elements, Daniel Craig's portrayal is more rustic and authentic, showing a Bond who is more human than any other.
Casino Royale - Filme dirigido pelo Martin Campbell, direção muito boa sem CGI, apenas efeitos práticos. Roteiro, melhor parte, tudo se encaixa no final, com direito a plot twist. A ação e drama são muito bem divididas, e as duas funcionam perfeitamente, dentro da historia. Elenco fantastico, destaque para a Eva Green como Vesper Lynd. Trilha sonora muito boa também, com a musica original "You Know My Name". Nota: 9.2
Casino Royale is a movie filled with strong performances especially Eva Green's who makes Vesper Lyynd possibly the best bond girl to grace the 007 franchise along with a menacingly good turn from Mads Mikkelsen as Le Chiffre and a dark and gritty but powerful performance from Daniel Craig this includes an elegant and cleverly written screenplay plus a hauntingly beautiful take on storytelling making Casino Royale the best bond film yet
A compelling cinematic tour de force that is immediately gripping and in turn cool, exhilarating, funny and tear-jerking. Like the best reboots Casino Royale distils what is great and timeless about a beloved character while throwing out what is archaic or unnecessary, resulting in a believable reimagining with no small part of the success coming from an outstanding performance from Craig. He nails the balance needed for Bond; someone the audience really shouldn't like and yet a man we completely root for. Through him and a wealth of other great preformances the film is able to pull off a deeper exploration of the character than ever before. And so we get to see the weaknesses of a man like Bond as well as the strength needed to be the best of the best. Among the film's other delights are the most tense card game on celluloid, perfect matches for our hero in both an extremely sinister villain and perfect Bond girl chemistry and one of the greatest closing lines in history.
Probably my favorite bond movie. Super engaging, great acting, beautiful scenery. One of the best foot chases ever. The poker game is very interesting as well. I'll definitely rewatch it in the future, though it does get a little long.
From out of nowhere comes this 'series reboot' of the 007 franchise that seeks to explain the Bond -hitherto very thin- backstory. As such, Casino Royale thankfully has very little to do with the late '60s comedy (or the 1950s tv production featuring an all American Jimmy Bond). It is a slick adaptation of the Fleming story with liberal doses of sub-plotting and a shift from its cold war environment to the contemporarised Islamic terrorist-funded world of 2006. Director Martin Campbell has done a fine job with this film, re-inventing 007 as capably as he did with GoldenEye a decade earlier. Gone are the cringeworthy double-entendres, gimicks, gadgetry,and formulaic storylines. In their place is a tough, occasionally smirking blonde Bond played with a steely conviction by English actor Daniel Craig, matched with a story about betrayal. French actress Eva Green is stunning as double agent Vesper Lynd and Mads Mikkelsen makes a creepy, disturbing villain with one eye that weeps blood (usually when he's losing a high stakes game of poker). I have shaved the fourth star down to a half simply due to the fact that it is also a very long movie (longer than it needs to be) and some of the action sequences (while brilliantly staged) could have used some culling in the editing process but that said, it's one of the best Bond movies in years.