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Casino Royale (2006)
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by MP Bartley

"The One Where Bond Begins All Over Again."
5 stars

It's no exaggeration to state that 'Casino Royale' is probably the most important Bond film of all time. 'Die Another Day', the last outing for the spy, generated huge box office but also garnered probably the worst critical notices since Roger Moore's dog days (even if this critic has a slight liking for its sheer absurbdity) in the 007 role. Then there was the "will he won't he?" debate over whether Pierce Brosnan would stay in the role, before the decision was taken out of his hands and Daniel Craig was installed as his replacement. But even the producers didn't expect the backlash that his appointment would cause, before he shot even one frame of the film. "Too short, too ugly, too blonde" carped the naysayers, to the extent that whole websites were created with the express purpose of expelling Craig from the role ( In short, it seemed that the entire future of 007 hinged on the first official version of Ian Fleming's first novel. But if the sign of a great Bond film is that it's an excellent action film full stop, then the producers can breathe a huge sigh of relief, as 'Casino Royale' puts all summer blockbusters to shame and is the finest outing for 007 certainly since 1987s 'The Living Daylights', and possibly even 1969s 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'.

In a black and white opening sequence, we see Bond rack up his first two kills that he needs to gain his 00 licence, before we're into a poker themed title sequence accompanied by a growly rock number by Chris Cornell, that has the word 'slowburner' stamped all over it. It's clear then that this is new territory for a Bond film - the opening sequence doesn't attempt to be a mini-film in its own right, it's instead short and shockingly brutal for the rating, which is pushed throughout the film.

We then catch up with Bond in Madagascar, on the trail of a bomber. His attempt to capture him however, ends in a diplomatic incident and M (Judi Dench, the best she's been in the part) send Bond away to cool his heels while she considers his future. However, Bond ignores this and instead follows a link from the bomber to international terrorist banker Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) who is setting up a high stakes poker game at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. The reason for this is that Le Chiffre has been unwisely playing with his bosses' funds and has lost 100 million pounds - a sum he intends to recoup at the poker game to save his life. As the service's best poker player, Bond is sent to the game to beat and bankrupt Le Chiffre, thus sending him straight into the arms of the British government who will protect him in exchange for all the information that he can give them. Sent alongside Bond to keep control of the funds allocated to him, is treasury agent Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), while future associate and CIA counterpart Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) is also staked in the game.

Essentially, 'Casino Royale' is a retooling of the entire 007 mythology in order to get a true glimpse at the man beneath the tuxedo. There is no Q or Miss Moneypenny here (and neither are missed), while certain other elements are rejigged in a way that will delight all the hardcore Bond fans out there. Craig gets to utter that famous introduction, but not where you would expect him to. He gets to order that drink, but with a refreshing twist to the final instruction. And by the time THAT theme tune kicks in, you'll be surprised at just when it is, and just how little you've missed it. 'Casino Royale' takes chances that some would say a Bond film could never take, but pulls them off brilliantly. With it's emphasis on discovering just what makes Bond tick as a character and his love affair with just one woman, it's most reminiscent of 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service' except in reverse, as the first 90 minutes are filled with exhilirating action, while the final 50 minutes are the more character based elements.

This is not say however, that 'Casino Royale' fizzles out after an hour and a half though. There's a terrific climax set in a building slowly sinking into the sea, that means the film ends as superbly as it begins, while the poker scenes themselves are just as intense as the action scenes, but for totally different reasons. As Bond and Le Chiffre eye each other up across the poker table, glaring like panthers, the outcome at stake is never in doubt, simply because the character elements work so well, and aren't drowned amongst the effects and set pieces. Eva Green should take a lot of credit for this, portraying a character that is not just eye candy, but someone Bond can forge a realistic relationship with. She's clearly the best Bond girl since Kara from 'The Living Daylights' and sets up the stake of the film quite nicely.

But to get to the poker scenes, you first have to witness two of the finest action scenes to ever grace a Bond film. The first, a pursuit across a construction site, just hurtles across the screen at an incredible propulsion and is edited to within an inch of its life.
As the kind of set piece that favours stunt work over CGI it just makes you want to stand up and applaud by the end, as it's so brilliantly conceived and captured. The second, a chase across an airport runway, is just a shade less impressive, but still stands tall above anything else offered this year in an action film. These scenes work so well however because the tough and brutal consequences of such punishing moments are never glossed over or forgotten. Indeed, this is the first Bond film in a long time to immerse itself fully in the cold, harsh and bloody world that Bond films should function in. There's one scene with an assassin that leads to a scrap in a stairwell resulting with Bond literally squeezing the life out of his assailant in the crook of his arm - and the camera is pushed right into the dying man's bulging and agonised face, before showing a battered and bloody Bond exhausted, and on the verge of passing out. Blimey, you didn't get that in 'Moonraker', did you? Particularly when you consider that the infamous genital torture scene from the book, survives more or less intact - which is more than you can say for Bond's crown jewels.

The plot is relatively low-key - no plans for world domination or lasers in space here - just a man desperate to win a game, and so desperate, he'll do anything to ensure victory. Mikkelsen doesn't exactly rip the screen apart with malice, but he does convince you effortlessly that he'll have you killed at a moments notice. But a lot of the positive notices for 'Casino Royale' come down to the performance by the new Bond, and Craig deserves every one of them. He turns in an electric performance that ensures that, if he continues in the role in the same vein, the often raised argument "who was the best Bond, Connery or Moore?" will be moot - because the debate will be between Connery and Craig. He throws himself into the role with such vigour that he has you convinced within the opening 30 minutes, despite the fact he actually has little dialogue in this portion of the film. Instead, he convinces you simply by the astonishing physicality with which he attacks the construction site scene. He gives the film a huge amount of its verve, determination and energy simply by the way he grabs the film by the throat and drags it along with him, and also because he looks really really hard. This is a man you would not fuck with, and one you take seriously as soon as you meet him.

Indeed, he convinces in every aspect of Bond, not just the physical demands he has to meet. Refreshingly, this is a gadget-free Bond film, one that actually relies on Bond fulfilling his job title and doing some proper spying, with Bond forced to rely on nothing more than his wits and intelligence. Craig expertly suggests a character that is always thinking ahead, and always trying to be one step ahead of everyone else - he's a rare actor that can say a lot about a character by saying very little, and he uses this to prove just why Bond is such a dangerous and intelligent opponent. Craig does something that is very rarely done with the character of Bond - and that's actually act within the part. So when he falls in love with Vesper you believe him, and when he makes his last statement about her in the film, you believe his feelings there too.

This is a Bond that sticks very closely to Fleming's original statement of the character - he's massively egotistical, cruel (check out his grin as he dispatches one of his opponents at the end of one of the action sequences), a sadist (the torture scene grips not just because of what Bond is forced to endure, but his reaction to it - a scene that could have gone horribly wrong, but Craig sells it absolutely) and impulsive. Crucially, he also gets things completely wrong at points and people die from his mistakes (by the end of the film, ask yourself just what has Bond actually accomplished?) which fits in perfectly with the notion that this is Bond at the beginning of his career, when he's a rough, not perfectly formed, cold, blunt instrument. Craig pitches Bond perfectly, suggesting that every mistake, every death and every betrayal is etched into his brain, just by the slightest flicker across his face or the tiniest shade in his eyes. He's harsh, brutal, cold, wounded, unexpectedly humourous, and most importantly, human. He wrenches the character back from the edge of parody and restablishes Bond as THE defining character in film of the last 40 years. Take that,

From the edge of disaster that 'Die Another Day' had seemingly left the franchise on, Martin Campbell yanks it straight back to relevance and importance (thus performing the rescue act on Bond, not once, but twice now) which is exactly where he should. Tough, tender, tense and explosive, this is Bond's riposte to the likes of Ethan Hunt, Jack Bauer and particularly Jason Bourne, and it's a blistering one. Welcome back, Mr. Bond. We've been expecting you.

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User Comments

1/21/20 The BIg D. In case you didn't figure it out, Le Chiffre was hitting Bond where it counts with the rope 2 stars
9/13/17 morris campbell boring sorry 2 say 1 stars
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7/05/13 Hardric Realistic? In real life Bond wouldn't last 5 minutes. 2 stars
3/25/13 KingNeutron Craig brings an interesting take to the character - pretty good poker movie, + Green is HOT 4 stars
9/03/12 roscoe 3 great action scenes, but too long, too much romance, too much poker = boring too often 3 stars
10/23/09 Rachel Worth the investment. Awesome movie. 5 stars
8/30/09 Jeff Wilder Craig best Bond since Connery. Movie best Bond since the Dalton days. 5 stars
6/06/09 R.W.Welch Best Bond flick in a while. Craig has the right stuff. 4 stars
5/21/09 Matt In 20 years this will be a classic. the best written bond and hugely entertaining. 5 stars
4/14/09 dt Bond fans get hit in the "nuts" with this offering. Bond wit is replaced with pure grit. 1 stars
3/16/09 Monday Morning Craig isn't a terribly compelling Bond. 3 stars
2/15/09 WiseGuy The gambling ruined the movie, too boring, and too long 1 stars
1/10/09 Anonymous. daniel craig is a great bond! 4 stars
12/05/08 how can i improve my credit score credit check companies 2 stars
11/26/08 Leo T I like a little darker Bond... but a Bond movie without the humor unthinkable... 3 stars
11/14/08 The Dork Knight Nice balance of realism and nods to the old movies 5 stars
8/03/08 Flounder The best James Bond movie of all time. Ranking right up there with Goldfinger and OHMSS 5 stars
8/01/08 ben dover chris f more like fucking stevie wonder daniel craig is an amazing actor 5 stars
7/24/08 chris f very dissapointed a very poor portrayal of bond 1 stars
5/29/08 MDH-Matt Daniel Craig dispensed naysayers in this, easily one of the best films of 2006 5 stars
3/03/08 ladavies Daniel Craig could have been my 2nd favorite Bond, but he was pussy whipped in this 4 stars
3/01/08 Ivana Mann One of the best action movies of the decade.Expertly acted, paced, and executed. Bravo! 5 stars
2/05/08 FILM REVIEWER Boring and repugnant 1 stars
1/27/08 Pamela White good action but Craig is not the most alluring Bond 3 stars
12/09/07 Sam Eli The Best Bond Movie Since Goldfinger Action Packed, Fastly Paced and a Great Turn by Craig 4 stars
11/10/07 g webster the way Fleming wrote it,ruthless and non stop action 5 stars
9/04/07 johnnyfog No stupid gadgets this time. Just bullets. 4 stars
7/07/07 olias terrific script,terrific acting by the two ever action sequences 5 stars
6/03/07 F-Off Execs Better than any Bronsen Bond film, no dumb execs wrecking it? 4 stars
5/03/07 Matt No Q, no Moneypenny? Never mind, this rawer Bond minus the trickery works. 4 stars
4/29/07 Geraldine This movie sold me on the Bond franchise. 5 stars
4/23/07 Chris Redmond Quite simply, the best Bond since the Connery days. 5 stars
4/19/07 Stevo UK How about they just stop making Bond films? 2 stars
4/17/07 Indrid Cold Clearly one of the best Bond films in a long time, but doesn't live up to the enormous hype 4 stars
4/01/07 fools♫gold Either I'm an unthoughtful prick, or this film just pretends to be clever. 1/5 or 2/5. 1 stars
3/26/07 Bobo All the Craig-haters are eating their words. This film kicks ass. 5 stars
3/25/07 Hoosier Chick just watched the DVD, Daniel Craig is perfect successor to Connery 5 stars
3/20/07 LIndsay Lowhound New Bond is as violent as Steven Seagal, as inscrutable as Jackie Chan. 3 stars
3/18/07 AJ Muller Craig is the best since the early Connery, and the flick is the best Bond EVER. Kickass. 5 stars
3/18/07 Nick One of the best, if not the best, Bond movies ever. 5 stars
3/17/07 Charles Tatum The best Bond of the past twenty years 5 stars
3/14/07 action movie fan great action,sets,locales and characters, but abit hard to follow 4 stars
3/07/07 Ann Coulter's evil twin M must speak for whole 007 series when she says, "How I miss the cold war!". 3 stars
2/28/07 Beau Daniel Craig is an outstanding 007! a great movie to add to the sequel 4 stars
2/20/07 ad The best and most believable BOnd ever 5 stars
1/31/07 Albert Stone A more human Bond, and good acting on the whole. A bit too long though. 4 stars
1/30/07 George Finally a watchable Bond movie 4 stars
1/21/07 David A. Well done adventure, and nice to know even James Bond made a few mistakes when he was young 4 stars
1/19/07 Peter Rubbish, far too long 1 stars
1/18/07 Red Dragon This film was awesome; Daniel Craig - Wow! 5 stars
1/14/07 Farnqwo This is crap.... good crap by todays standards. I love 007's new bottom lip! 3 stars
1/11/07 rory rantabulous 5 stars
1/08/07 Stefan Halka Finally, after 20 years, a good Bond. 4 stars
1/07/07 Yorkee YES - Well Done Craig, easily the toughest and meanest Bond. 5 stars
1/05/07 Tim the Enchanter Craig is good, but the movie is better. Darker and grittier than most Bond, but its cooler. 5 stars
12/28/06 rick gardiner Craig brought acting to new level. Should be nomimated for oscar. 5 stars
12/27/06 Man out 6 bucks Bond is back! 5 stars
12/24/06 pin Action is good but, Bond plays Texas Hold'em? - FOREVER - uh, no. 2 stars
12/22/06 Thomas Wynn Daniel Craig is good as Bond. 4 stars
12/19/06 moon EXCELENT debut as Bond good action qnd a good plot 5 stars
12/19/06 John A. Miller No not quite Sean Connery but the best Bond since. 4 stars
12/18/06 Ellen Lopes Great movie! Before this one I thought Bond was a chauvinistic pig! 5 stars
12/18/06 amber young Oh God Daniel Graig is so HOT - sizzling hot Best Bond along with Sean, but so today!!. 5 stars
12/15/06 Richard Paquette Welcome back, 007!!! 4 stars
12/13/06 Derek Tribe Great Bond action...Criag is rock solid as Bond. 4 stars
12/13/06 adslut Daniel Craig is the best BOND and he's hot! 5 stars
12/13/06 jdean62 Yes its true.. the best BOND yet...IM not a Bond groupie but loved this film ! 5 stars
12/12/06 The Deadly Assasin One of the best 007 films ever !!! If you don't like this , rent xXx !!! 5 stars
12/11/06 mckorb Best bond film in years ... 5 stars
12/11/06 Wendy Straw Awesome 4 stars
12/10/06 laura leigh ooooh Daniel Craig is yummy! I can't stop thinking about him! 5 stars
12/09/06 Helen A Bradley Too vilent, too long, Judi Dench needs new teeth 1 stars
12/08/06 BrianDePalma Another Bond shhit. Actions were so bad. Overrated garbage 1 stars
12/08/06 Odie Craig's cold bastard psychology makes us believe that Bond is an assassin. 5 stars
12/07/06 UGB Has the potential to be a good Bond - Great film 5 stars
12/07/06 Nighy I have the title for the next film - PUSSYBOND! 1 stars
12/06/06 dingle great film 5 stars
12/05/06 Shaggy This movie stays true to the franchise in every way. 5 stars
12/05/06 DeepPan#77 The bond movie that kills the franchise 1 stars
12/04/06 shashank movie was awesome,sexy,& wonderful compared to his previous movies. 5 stars
12/03/06 stuart & sarah lane awesome, Craig has re-invented James Bond for the 21st C awesome stuff ,brilliant script 5 stars
12/02/06 Morris Stone Finally !! Awesome, believable, and classy. 5 stars
12/02/06 shagtex he's not Connery but he may be the next best 4 stars
12/01/06 Richard Diangelo Roger Moore is the only real Bond,Brosnan and his clown make a mockery of the role! 1 stars
12/01/06 Mark Lawrence A great story which Thrills from beginning to end 5 stars
11/30/06 Drew Galletti I was very happy with this movie, though I could just be geeking out 5 stars
11/30/06 rach this is a mint film, i would recommend it to any1, whether they like bond or not!! 5 stars
11/29/06 actorbot I'm a great fan of Sean Connery but, boy this guy is good. 5 stars
11/29/06 Erin This film has everything! Daniel Craig is the best bond yet. Thank you for making him real! 5 stars
11/29/06 Dottie AWESOME...riveting on all levels, could barely contain myself in my theatre seat.!! 5 stars
11/28/06 jrod101 BEST. BOND. EVER. 5 stars
11/28/06 Chris Bellman It sucked, No gadgets, no car gadgets, that's Bond not a love story. 1 stars
11/28/06 Louise Craig is superb, great casino scenes, but didn't like Eva Green 4 stars
11/27/06 mlg didn't like it 2 stars
11/27/06 MaggieH GREAT!!!! 5 stars
11/27/06 mat crap no gadgets bond without gadgets un heard of 2 stars
11/27/06 Bitchflaps Too long, cheesy script and no suspense. Craig and Dench are superb though. 2 stars
11/27/06 Nick Loved the first half! Great Promo for the sport Parkour! Jumping and climbing buildings! 4 stars
11/26/06 Matt excellent film really enjoyable 5 stars
11/26/06 James Yacobacci Never thought I'd say it - better than Connery! 5 stars
11/26/06 Dan A great action film, it gets a little too long at the end, but definately worth seeing it. 4 stars
11/26/06 piers Excellent and i have seen all 10 out of 10# 5 stars
11/26/06 kerr crap 1 stars
11/26/06 earl hofert fun. 4 stars
11/26/06 Anthony Feor Its a great movie, but why did it have to be a prequel 4 stars
11/26/06 G.T. If you actually like Fleming's novels, you'll love this film! Read the books! 5 stars
11/26/06 Todd Craig is a fucking badass! Best Bond Ever! 5 stars
11/25/06 pete.chesworth new bond superb but the film did tail off as little bit with a bit of needless soppiness. 4 stars
11/25/06 Maverick Started off ok then gets really boring, card game runs far too long. 2 stars
11/25/06 chris f great bond film craig is definetly better than connery 5 stars
11/24/06 Charlene Javier Best Bond film in years. 5 stars
11/24/06 matt Teriffic action and performances, but weak plot structure. Still better than that DAD p.o.s 4 stars
11/24/06 giddo Digger has not seen the film as his mum would not let him! Great Film! DC is great! 5 stars
11/23/06 dani Riveting!Craig may not be the best looking JB,but he's the best Bond iv seen.More!! 5 stars
11/23/06 E An unexpected pleasure - SMERSH was real btw 4 stars
11/23/06 Rosalie This is a very sexy movie! Loved it. 5 stars
11/23/06 Brian Mckay Great first half, then runs out of steam. Trying to cram too much into one film. 3 stars
11/22/06 TONY DOYLE Wish I hadnt wasted my Bandwidth.Total Shite 1 stars
11/22/06 Rev. Marc Fuller Finally Ian Flemmings Bond has come to the screen. Well done Daniel craig. 5 stars
11/22/06 jdean62 Not a fan of BOND... but after seeing Daniel Craig... loved it... cant wait til the next! 4 stars
11/22/06 JM Synth Much better than any of the Brosnan ones, but lets not go nuts 4 stars
11/22/06 tekmage Possibly the best Bond EVER...definately not slow at all, I loved the action, old school! 5 stars
11/22/06 ad it's ok to have high expectations. Rob G is right but outweighed by Craig's performance 5 stars
11/21/06 Jiz Awesome until like 45 minutes in, then it just DRAGGED ON big time. Rob's review nails it. 3 stars
11/21/06 J.R. Different, but excellent. 5 stars
11/21/06 Bird Best Bond since Connery - Excellent 5 stars
11/21/06 Luisa Great stunts, well done Daniel Craig...Jeffrey Wright was under-used. 4 stars
11/21/06 Bond Rocks I expected more seduction scenes and more gadgets, otherwise it was excellent! 4 stars
11/21/06 Ken E Craig nailed it. Best bond yet. First bond film I have ever wanted to go back & see again. 5 stars
11/21/06 Tim Two words: Chick Flick 2 stars
11/21/06 Benoit D What a deception So boring 1 stars
11/21/06 Liz D Best Bond movie Ever, Wll done to Daniel Craig 5 stars
11/20/06 007 1/2 Only gripe - M for continuity. But this longtime Bond fan loved the movie - great restart!! 5 stars
11/20/06 Jason Stringer Everything a Bond film should be. SUPERB 5 stars
11/20/06 socrates17 The only real (ie Ian Fleming) JB film ever. 5 stars
11/20/06 Graham Messy third act, but a more-than-promising new beginning - for Craig, and the whole series 4 stars
11/19/06 mister stupid after 40 years, a real james bond again. brosnan and moore are a pair of vaginas 5 stars
11/19/06 Wayne S. Excellent job by Craig, but FORCED romance with NO chemistry. 4 stars
11/19/06 Wayne S. Very good Bond film, craig was very intense as a young Bond, but I thought that there was n 4 stars
11/19/06 50send At last a Bond who looks like he could do some damage ! 5 stars
11/19/06 Kevin A welcome reinvention. Watch Bond go from a lump of raw iron to tempered British steel. 4 stars
11/19/06 Elizabeth I was confident Craig would be an excellent Bond -- and he is! 4 stars
11/19/06 Alex jones well well well i love the sexy james bong! hubba hubba but i h8 the movie ! booooooooooooo 1 stars
11/19/06 Randy L Well done 5 stars
11/19/06 Mike D. Very different, yet very satisfying! 4 stars
11/19/06 prashanth great stunts fine acting but thewrong casting 4 stars
11/18/06 Fringe Went to the theater planning on hating it but I absolutely loved it. 5 stars
11/18/06 Ole Man Bourbon Just a total stupid POS movie. Crap plot, crap action. Craig was pretty good though. 2 stars
11/18/06 Quigley Daniel Craig was superb as "Bond, James Bond." First action scene made the movie; too long 4 stars
11/18/06 Raymond Scott Where's Timothy Dalton when we need him? 2 stars
11/18/06 kenkhoo A gripping roller coaster of action, suspense, drama, romance, deception & emotion. 5 stars
11/18/06 BK Total waste of money. I wish I could rate it 0. 1 stars
11/18/06 Jack Sommersby Lumbering and dull and overlong. A real disappointment. 2 stars
11/18/06 annie By jove, I think he's got it! Bond is back! 5 stars
11/18/06 James Hamster What can I say, where can I start, I was anti DC, but now I'm a believer, well done my boy 5 stars
11/18/06 robert bond fans have needed this for a long time- Craig is giving Connery a run for his money... 5 stars
11/18/06 ProSneakyD DC is the new bond and is perfect for this is a terrific film, Flemming would be happy. 5 stars
11/17/06 Ben Smith unbievable, best bond since connery 5 stars
11/17/06 sj Bond the way he was meant to be. Viva! 5 stars
11/17/06 Digger James Bond is such a pussy. I can't believe people actually still watch this shit. 1 stars
11/17/06 Joe Dickson Somewhere up there, I hope, Sir Ian Flemming is smiling. At last they finally got it right. 5 stars
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