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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.
CuriosityKilledShawn 18 November Casino Royale is a major step-up from the flamboyant Die Another Day. Pierce Brosnan has been replaced by a young-ish Daniel Craig, there is no Q, no campy gadgets, no silly naked women silhouettes in the opening credits, no world-dominating super-colossus villains, no Miss Funnyfanny or whatever , and no silly one-liners after killing bad guys.
Basically everything that can date Bond film very quickly is gone. I never expected international espionage to look the way it has in past few Bond outings and I'm glad someone had the balls to go back to the hard-edged nature of the series, last seen in Licence to Kill.
The longest Bond movie so far, at minutes, but it breezes by even though it reigns in on the normally excessive action scenes and depicts spying a more 'mundane' and 'realistic' manner or at least as true as the series has been so far.
But the one-thing that bugs me about action movies, particularly the Bond franchise, is that they are, most of the time, childish male fantasies with an indestructible hero who has fun shooting up the place and beds beautiful women.
I would like something new for a change but Casino Royale does have Bond get hurt and go through more pain than he has previously. Daniel Craig got a lot of hassle over his casting as Bond but not only does he have his youth as an advantage he's the first something to be cast in the role since Lazenby , he's also pretty damn trim, has the intensity Brosnan lacked and is surprisingly loose in a role that usually requires actors to be stiff and unemotional.
It's also good to a fresh face in the role and who cares if he is blonde? Or the shortest actor to play him so far? I would have preferred that composer David Arnold went too.
They didn't seem to be holding back on the amount of regular production team members who got axed. Even Vic Armstrong didn't return. I've never liked Arnold's work on the movies and I hate to think of it as something that's now exclusively HIS baby.
Unfortunately, as good as this fresh start to the franchise was, all of the goodwill that director Martin Campbell earned was completely undone by the follow-up Quantum of Solace, which is not only the worst Bond film so far, but one of the worst action films, and one of the worst films overall, that I have ever seen.
If Craig and Co. 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.
Kudos to the creepy Mads Mikkelsen as Le Chiffre and Eva Green as Vesper Lynd for creating remarkably believable characters. A definite must-see for Bond fans : it should reconcile at last Ian Fleming aficionados and fans of the film series!
Reef-Shark 1 April Casino Royale is a Bond film that finally manages to pull of the "real" style correctly. There have been admirable efforts such as On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and the Timothy Dalton films, but none have quite pulled it off right.
This is the 21st film in the "never-ending" franchise and also introduces us to our sixth actor to play Bond and the first to be based directly on Ian Fleming's initial novel, Casino Royale excluding the 60s comedy film.
Martin Campbell, who also directed one of my favorite adventures in , GoldenEye, returns to the director's chair to introduce us to yet another Bond-actor.
This is the most real James Bond to date and is very believable portrayal filled with some of the best camera work you'll ever witness.
It comes across as real, but it also keep to classic Bond roots by including cars, beautiful women, and even some more realistic gadgets, such as a tracking device inserted within his vein and a few others kept handy within the glove box of his Aston Martin.
He may not wield a laser wristwatch, but he gets the job done. The action sequences in this film are perhaps the most intense to be put into any Bond film and shall keep you on the edge of your seat, because this may be the one film where you actually feel like James Bond is in danger.
All previous films you knew that "Hey, this is James Bond. He'll make it. Daniel Craig does well as the title character, and is very believable as a young James Bond starting his career.
He walks as if he has a chip on his shoulder and you can tell this is the angriest Bond to date. He has yet to transform into the coolheaded Bond seen in Connery, Moore, and Brosnan, and he shows it in every way.
This Bond hasn't even grown accustomed to wearing a suit! But he is however a good gambler and enjoys himself some cocktails. Judi Dench returns as M, the head of MI6.
Dench who first took the role being the first woman in the role in the Brosnan film GoldenEye has always played a good character, but this time around she comes across as being a different type of M.
This time she seems more like a worried-parent character, who treats Bond as though he is a child, because she knows he is not the Bond of legend at this point, and he needs guidance or he shall never turn into the coolheaded super agent that we all know and love.
This is one of the best entries in the James Bond franchise, there is no denying that, but I do worry of how the Craig run will end. After Campbell left Brosnan he got pulled down by scripts that relied too heavily one gadgets and comic one-liners, and now I fear that Craig may end up being weighed down from becoming overly serious see: Quantum of Solace.
We must remember that Bond is a basically a comic-book type hero who is basically a superhero who wears a suit instead of a costume.
Regardless of whether or not Craig's run ends on a good or bad note Casino Royale shall easily remain one of the best James Bond films ever made.
Campbell should stop running off and stick to Bond, because it seems things start to go badly when he leaves his Bond actor in the hands of the sponsors.
If you consider yourself a James Bond fan and yet enjoyed this film, there is a problem. Just like everyone else, when I first saw that Daniel Craig was to replace Pierce Brosnan in the role, I was a bit confused.
His ice cold looks seemed to be quite a stretch from the image we have of James Bond. Maybe "they" know some things I don't about , maybe I've been missing something about the character.
Plus,the hype around the production was excellent,the rumor was that the filmmakers have decided to be more daring in many aspects. Nothing wrong with that, as a long as you know what you're doing.
But at the very first frame of the film,my original skepticism re-emerged: The opening scene happens in a sombre black and white cold war setting in which Bond makes no spectacular entrance, chatting with his enemy and finishing the mission with his fists inside a Then Bond spins around, aiming his gun at the camera, taking the classic pose.
Right then, I couldn't help myself but noticing the restroom tiles in the background! Still, let's give them a second chance, here comes the long-awaited opening credits.
A beautiful animation of paisley patterns and stylized men fighting in slow-motion,turning into flying hearts,spades,clubs and diamonds at each blow.
But something is missing: where are the gorgeous nude feminine silhouettes? Where are the girls? At this point, I feared the worst: did the producers decide purposely to get rid of everything we actually loved about James Bond?!
But here comes hope:James Bond chases a man through a building site,climbing on cranes, jumping and falling hard. Great, this might not be a real James Bond flick, but at least, we're in for some good entertainment.
Wrong: The rest of the film is nothing but a long two and a half hours long! No Monneypenny,no "Q",no "R", and every time "M" Judi Drench appears on the screen, the ONLY thing she ever does is begging Bond to stop doing what he's doing and come back to his senses.
Yet,all I could hear from her was: "What have you done to James Bond? Who are you, blond man?! Why don't you ever smile? Why don't you ever say anything witty?
How come the only gadget you use is a cell phone? How dare you wreck THE Aston Martin in only 3 minutes?
How could you fall in love with such a boring girl? What do you want from us? Bring us back England's most precious hero! Does he cheat? He might be a villain, but will not take his cruelty as far as We know he's the villain since his left eye bleeds once in a while and he acts like everything is fine.
Who knows,maybe someday,we'll get to see a villain who plays Monopoly with a runny nose. So scary. Then I thought: "I get it!
His damaged eye is in fact a technological wonder that allows him to see the other player's cards thanks to the mysterious blond girl, in the background, who's eye is a camera placed surgically inside her head and feeds Le Chiffre with her own vision!
Was I right? Of course not, that would be something you'd see in a James Bond film But here comes the most sacrilegious scene EVER to come out of a James Bond film: James Bond let's keep using this name, for the lack of a better one is taken prisoner and dragged in a basement, he is entirely stripped from his clothes and attached on a chair without a seat, letting 's "genitals" dangling from underneath Yes,you heard right.
Le Chiffre proceeds to swing a large heavy rope and hits her majesty's favorite secret agent's nuts over and over.
Bond screams in pain but does not reveal the bank account number. What a man. Does he escape? Does he fight back in the most ingenious manner and eliminates his torturer?
No, he passes out and wakes up in a hospital. The torture may have stopped for Bond, but increases for me: Bond finds comfort in the arms of his girlfriend Vesper yes, girlfriend who tells him, to rebuild his pride, that even if the only thing left from him was his little finger, she would still love him.
To which, the emasculated James Bond replies watch out, humor coming your way : "That's because you know what I can do with my little finger.
And don't we know that if Bond was ever blown to smithereens, the only thing left from him should precisely be his genitals?
There were other problems with the film of course,such as the boring story, and the fact that the casino which seemed to be the perfect setting for a James Bond film turned out to be so poorly exploited.
Giving this film one star might not be fair do you ever read a review unless it has a 1 or a 10 star rating? The problem is that the film was made with the wrong "spirit" and doesn't take in consideration that, unlike other movies, James Bond belongs more to the public than to its makers, and that this rare fact deserves to be honored.
Don't mess with MY James Bond. I am not the biggest James Bond fan, but I have quite enjoyed the franchise.
Until now. There are so many things in this film that do not make sense that I don't know where to begin. First of all I am convinced that Daniel Craig had a hangover one day one of many judging by his face and was offered a role in the movie called Casino Royale about which he most certainly thought that it is a sequel to his well made Layer Cake, for which he would be perfect.
A successful cocaine dealer working his way to be England's Mafia elite will suit him much better than the British suave top spy.
The phrase: "The men want to be him and the women want to be with him" does not match the criteria. I could not help but laugh seeing him emerging from the water with his egg shaped head, the sticking out trans illuminating ears and the straw organized hair.
I definitely did not want to be him. Only thing to redirect the concentration of a movie goer to something else was to put him in the gym for six months prior to the shooting of the movie.
Second of all I went to see this movie with a bit of objectivity, listening to critics saying that it is a very well made action movie.
I probably went to see the wrong film. The only exiting action sequence is the free-running chase through the streets in Uganda.
It involved the free running champion Sebastien Foucan where Craig's stunt was trying his best not to ruin the scene. Otherwise there are no new ideas no new camera angles and most of the scenes have been in the other movies before.
The petrol tank truck chase on the airport runway is like a bad copy from the Raiders of the Lost ark. Harrison did a much better job and it was original.
The sequence where Bond is mistaken for a parking attendant is the only ray of bright witty humor Bond is supposed to have and is missing and again it was used in the movies so many times before.
The latest I remember by Vin Diesel in XXX The whole scene was badly executed and with no follow up logic. Why would security guys run towards the car to find out what has happened when there are security cameras in the security room which was left open for Bond to use the equipment???
Additional scenes took place at Albany House, an estate owned by golfers Ernie Els and Tiger Woods. Karlovy Vary was used as the exterior of the Casino Royale, with the Grandhotel Pupp serving as "Hotel Splendide".
The main Italian location was Venice, where the majority of the film's ending is set. The scene with Bond on a sailboat was filmed aboard a foot yacht named Spirit.
She was constructed by Spirit Yachts in Suffolk, England, and had to be demasted to fit under various Venetian bridges to reach the filming location.
For this reason, SV Spirit "was the first sailing boat to go up the Grand Canal in Venice for years". Other scenes in the latter half of the film were shot in late May and early June at the Villa del Balbianello on the shores of Lake Como.
Further exterior shooting for the movie took place at properties such as the Villa la Gaeta, near the lakeside town of Menaggio.
A recreation of the Body Worlds exhibit provided a setting for one scene in the film. Among the Body Worlds plastinates featured in that scene were the Poker Playing Trio which plays a key role in one scene and Rearing Horse and Rider.
The exhibition's developer and promoter, German anatomist Gunther von Hagens also has a cameo appearance in the film, although only his trademark hat is actually visible on screen.
Effects In designing the credit sequence for the film, graphic designer Daniel Kleinman was inspired by the cover of the British first edition of Casino Royale, which featured Ian Fleming's original design of a playing card bordered by eight red hearts dripping with blood.
Kleinman said, "The hearts not only represent cards but the tribulations of Bond's love story. So I took that as inspiration to use playing card graphics in different ways in the titles," like a club representing a puff of gun smoke, and slashed arteries spurting thousands of tiny hearts.
In creating the shadow images of the sequence, Kleinman digitized the footage of Craig and the film's stuntmen on the Inferno visual effects system, at Framestore CFC in London; the actors' silhouettes were incorporated into more than 20 digitally animated scenes depicting intricate and innovative card patterns.
Kleinman decided not to use the female silhouettes commonly seen throughout the Bond title sequences, considering that the women did not fit with both the film's spirit and the storyline following Bond falling in love.
For the rest of the film, Chris Corbould, the special effects and miniature effects supervisor, returned to a more realistic style of film making and significantly reduced digital effects.
According to Corbould, "CGI is a great tool and can be very useful, but I will fight to the tooth and nail to do something for real.
It's the best way to go". Three scenes involving primarily physical effects in the film were the chase at a building site in Madagascar, the Miami Airport chase sequence, and the sinking Venetian house, with sets located on the Grand Canal and in Pinewood Studios.
The first scenes shot were ones involving a Madagascar building site, shot in the Bahamas on the site of a derelict hotel with which Michael G.
Wilson had become acquainted in during the filming of The Spy Who Loved Me. In the scene, Bond drives a digger towards the building, slamming into the concrete plinth on which Mollaka is running.
The stunt team built a model and put forward several ways in which the digger could conceivably take out the concrete, including taking out the pillar underneath.
A section of the concrete wall was removed to fit the digger and reinforced with steel. The sequence at Miami International Airport was partly shot at the Dunsfold Aerodrome, in Surrey, which is known from British car show Top Gear, with some footage from the Prague and Miami airports.
In filming the scene in which the engine thrust of the moving aircraft blows the police car high into the air, second unit directors Ian Lowe, Terry Madden, and Alex Witt used a crane with a strong lead cable attached to the rear bumper of the vehicle to move it up and backwards at the moment of full extension away from the plane.
The Skyfleet S aircraft in the film was an ex-British Airways B G-BDXJ, which had its engines removed and was modified for its appearance in the film.
The modified aircraft had the outboard engines replaced by external fuel tanks, while the inboard engines were replaced by a mock-up pair of engines on each inboard pylon.
The cockpit profile was altered to make the look like a prototype of an advanced airliner. The sinking of the Venetian house at the climax of the film featured the largest rig ever built for a Bond film, with tank consisting of a Venetian piazza and the interior of an abandoned house being constructed.
The rig, weighing some 90 tons, incorporated electronics with hydraulic valves that were closely controlled by computer because of the dynamic movement within the system on its two axes.
The same computer system also controlled the exterior model, which the effects team had built to one-third scale to film the building eventually collapsing into the Venetian canal.
The model elevator within the rig could be immersed in 19 feet 5. At the time of filming, Aston Martin was still in the final phases of designing the DBS.
Also a white prototype DB9 manual was supplied to the film crew so that the stunt drivers had something to practice with.
Owing to the low centre of gravity of the vehicle, an inch mm ramp had to be implemented on the road tarmac at Millbrook Proving Grounds and Adam Kirley, the stunt driver who performed the stunt, had to use an air cannon located behind the driver's seat to propel the car into a roll at the precise moment of impact.
Music The soundtrack of Casino Royale, released by Sony Classical Records on 14 November , featured music composed by veteran composer David Arnold, his fourth soundtrack for the Bond film series, while Nicholas Dodd orchestrated and conducted the score.
Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli announced on 26 July Chris Cornell had composed and would perform the title song, "You Know My Name".
The song's main notes are played throughout the film as a substitute for the James Bond Theme, to represent Bond's youth and inexperience.
The classic theme only plays during the end credits to signal the climax of his character arc. Casino Royale premiered at the Odeon Leicester Square, the Odeon West End and the Empire simultaneously in London on 14 November Along with the cast and crew, numerous celebrities and 5, paying guests were also in attendance with half the proceeds benefiting the CTBF.
Only two days following the premiere, unlicensed copies appeared for sale in London. Craig himself was offered such a DVD while walking anonymously through the streets of Beijing wearing a hat and glasses to avoid being identified.
In January , Casino Royale became the first Bond film ever to be shown in mainland Chinese cinemas. The Chinese version was edited before release, with the reference to the Cold War re-dubbed and new dialogue added during the poker scene explaining the process of Texas hold 'em, as the game is less familiar in China this addition is reminiscent of dialogue that was added to the American TV adaptation to explain the rules of baccarat, the game featured in the original book.
After critics dubbed Die Another Day "Buy Another Day" because of around 20 product placement deals, Eon limited their promotions for Casino Royale.
Partners included Ford, Heineken which Eva Green starred in adverts for , Smirnoff, Omega SA, Virgin Atlantic and Sony Ericsson. Home media Casino Royale was simultaneously released on DVD, UMD and Blu-ray Disc on 16 March In the UK, Casino Royale was released on 16 March on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.
The DVD and Blu-ray Disc releases broke sales records: the Region 1 Blu-ray Disc edition became the highest selling high-definition title to date, selling more than , copies since its release.
The region 2 DVD edition achieved the record of fastest selling title for its first-week release. The UK DVD has continued to sell well, with 1,, copies sold since 19 March.
A copy of the Blu-ray Disc edition of Casino Royale was given out to the first , PAL PlayStation 3 owners who signed up to the PlayStation Network.
The DVD release includes the official music video for the film, and three documentaries detailing how Daniel Craig was chosen for the role of Bond, the filming, and an expanded version of the Bond Girls Are Forever documentary incorporating new interviews with Casino Royale cast members.
A three-disc edition of Casino Royale on DVD was released in the United Kingdom on 31 October , coinciding with the cinema release of the sequel, Quantum of Solace the following week in the United States.
As well as features present from the release, the collector's edition contains an audio commentary, deleted scenes, featurettes and a storyboard-to-film comparison.
A two-disc Blu-ray version also followed in late , featuring additional supplementary materials, enhanced interactivity through BD-Live, and the previous version's 5.
Casino Royale was released a third time on Blu-ray in with DTS audio and deleted scenes, but with fewer special features than the edition.
It was released on 4K UHD Blu-ray on 25 February Cuts and censorship Casino Royale was censored for its release in Britain, the United States, Germany and China.
In Britain, by omitting some of Le Chiffre's sadism and James Bond's reactions in the torture scene, the film received the desired BBFC 12A rating.
In the United States, two fight scenes were censored to achieve a PG rating: the fight between Bond and the traitorous MI6 agent's contact Fisher, and the fight between Bond and Obanno in the stairway at the Casino Royale.
The German edit of the film cuts a sequence where the bomb-planter at the airport breaks a man's neck, instead replacing it with an alternative take.
The mainland Chinese cut of the film also trims the torture scene and the stairway fight, as well as a shot of Bond cleaning his wound at the hotel, and a boat scene.
The production design is worth a There are beautiful, often provocatively dressed or relatively undressed women everywhere you look. Many of its segments are funny; it's even occasionally hilarious.
The problem arose in putting all of it together. And with at least five directors and at least ten writers, it's not difficult to see why.
The whole is a mess. There is little in the way of overarching plot. Most threads are just completely abandoned after awhile.
The story, which is very loosely based on Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Casino Royale published in it's the first Bond novel , is a spoof of the typical adventure featuring the infamous secret agent.
The real Bond David Niven went into retirement when his skills were at their peak. This Bond is quite different than the Bond we know--he is almost chaste, he's a homebody, he dedicates each evening's twilight to playing Debussy on the piano, and so on.
Casino Royale has it that the Bond we know from other films is a decoy. A group of older men, representing the secret agencies of the US, the UK, Russia and France, are on their way to the real Bond's home to ask for his assistance.
It seems that someone has been trying to wipe out as many secret agents as they can. While they're pitching the idea of coming out of retirement to Bond, they're attacked.
Bond's house is blown up, and he implicitly agrees to the assignment. Casino Royale is the story of the real Bond trying to get to the bottom of the sinister agent-wipeout plan.
Part of carrying that out involves changing the identity of nearly every spy to James Bond--if the real Bond is to work unimpeded, he can't always be worrying about being killed by the criminal mastermind.
Each director worked on a different segment in relative isolation from the rest. This went so far as having their own portions of the script written.
The problem was that despite Eon Productions the production company behind most of the Bond films not owning the rights to Casino Royale, they had used many of the "bits" in other Bond films.
So there wasn't much of the book left to adapt. In addition, it was felt that a serious alternative Bond film couldn't compete against the Albert R.
So Casino Royale producers Jerry Bresler, John Dark and Charles K. Each segment features a different set of stars--the primary sets centering on Niven, Woody Allen, and Peter Sellers with Ursula Andress and Orson Welles.
Those are all great actors, and great comedians in at least two cases. They all do a bit of their own schtick--in some cases, they demanded this.
Woody does his neurotic New York Jew character, Peter Sellers rides the gray area between bumbling buffoon and suave playboy, with a couple generic Indian and Chinese impersonations thrown in for good measure, Orson Welles does his best Paul Masson Wine-pitching "elder statesman" demeanor, and also throws in a few of his more famous magic tricks.
All of this stuff is good, but does it work as a unified film? And if that's not enough evidence for you, consider that the segments were further chopped up into set-pieces.
Each set piece ends up being largely independent--you could almost see this as a series of skits on a similar theme.
These facts make Casino Royale not quite work. It's certainly no match for a legitimate Bond film, despite the similarity of location-hopping, outrageous villains, spy gadgets and so on.
But, in isolation, the segments tend to be good to excellent. The stretch with Bond visiting the faux M widow is probably the funniest.
It also presages the Sir Robin section of Monty Python and the Holy Grail , but bests it in a way, if only because of its extension. In some promotional images of pre-production, Daniel Craig is seen holding a stainless PPK.
Obanno's Lieutenant Michael Offei fires a PPK at Bond inside the hotel. It was suggested that Mollaka might be using the. Dryden Malcolm Sinclair , the MI6 Section Chief in Prague, uses a Star Ultrastar.
A Taurus PT92 is seen in the opening credits, and can be distinguished from a Beretta 92FS by its frame mounted safety.
Carter Joseph Millson , an MI6 agent partnered with Bond in Madagascar, draws a SIG-Sauer P before beginning to chase Mollaka. A P is also seen in the opening credits.
The Nambutu ambassador Valentine Nonyela keeps a Browning Hi-Power Mark III in his drawer which Bond takes and uses to dispatch a few enemies.
When the ambassador comes down to confront him, Bond engages the safety, then drops it. The terrorist Carlos Claudio Santamaria uses a 2nd Generation Glock 17 as his sidearm that he takes from the Miami airport security office.
He fires it at Bond during the pursuit at Miami Airport. Also used by the Montenegro police. Gettler's thugs use SIG-Sauer P pistols with suppressors.
White Jesper Christensen appears to use a suppressed Jericho F pistol during a confrontation. Gettler Richard Sammel uses a two-tone Jericho F stainless frame and black slide during his battle against Bond.
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