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Casino Royale (2006)

Original Title : Casino Royale
Director : Martin Campbell
Writer : Neal Purvis
Robert Wade
Paul Haggis
Ian Fleming
Genre : Action
Adventure/Thriller
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Barbara Broccoli , Guido Cerasuolo , Callum McDougall , David Minkowski , Andrew Noakes , Matthew Stillman , Anthony Waye , David G. Wilson , Michael G. Wilson
Music : David Arnold
Photography : Phil Meheux
Distributor : Sony Pictures Entertainment
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action, a scene of torture, sexual content and nudity.
IMDB ID : 0381061
Official site : http://www.007cassinoroyale.com.br/
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Starring

¬Daniel Craig James Bond
¬Eva Green Vesper Lynd
¬Mads Mikkelsen Le Chiffre
¬Judi Dench M
¬Jeffrey Wright Felix Leiter
¬Giancarlo Giannini Mathis
¬Caterina Murino Solange
¬Simon Abkarian Alex Dimitrios
¬Isaach De Bankol√© Steven Obanno (as Isaach De Bankole
¬Jesper Christensen Mr. White
¬Ivana Milicevic Valenka
¬Tobias Menzies Villiers
¬Claudio Santamaria Carlos
¬Sebastien Foucan Mollaka (as S√©bastien Foucan
¬Malcolm Sinclair Dryden
¬Richard Sammel Gettler
¬Ludger Pistor Mendel
¬Joseph Millson Carter
¬Daud Shah Fisher
¬Clemens Schick Kratt
¬Emmanuel Avena Leo
¬Tom Chadbon Stockbroker
¬Ade Infante
¬Urbano Barberini Tomelli
¬Tsai Chin Madame Wu
¬Charlie Levi Leroy Gallardo
¬Lazar Ristovski Kaminofsky
¬Tom So Fukutu
¬Veruschka von Lehndorff Gr√§fin von Wallenstein (as Veruschka
¬Andreas Daniel Dealer (as Daniel Andreas
¬Carlos Leal Tournament Director
¬Christina Cole Ocean Club Receptionist
¬J√ľrgen Tarrach Schultz
¬John Gold Card Player
¬Jerry Inzerillo Card Player
¬Diane Hartford Card Player
¬Jessica Miller Dealer
¬Leo Stransky Tall Man (as Leos Str√°nsk√Ĺ
¬Paul Bhattacharjee Hot Room Doctor
¬Crispin Bonham-Carter Hot Room Doctor
¬Simon Cox Hot Room Technician
¬Rebecca Gethings Hot Room Technician
¬Peter Notley MI6 Technician
¬John Chancer Police Commander
¬Peter Brooke Airport Policeman
¬Jason Durran Airport Policeman
¬Robert Jezek Arresting Officer
¬Robert G. Slade Pilot
¬F√©licit√© Du Jeu French News Reporter
¬Michaela Ochotsk√° Shop Assistant
¬Michael Offei Obanno's Lieutenant
¬Makhoudia Diaw Obanno's Liaison
¬Michael G. Wilson Chief of Police
¬Martina Duravol√° Police Chief's Girlfriend
¬Marcela Martinc√°kov√° Police Chief's Girlfriend
¬Vladimir Kulhavy Croatian General (as Vladim√≠r Kulhav√Ĺ
¬Valentine Nonyela Nambutu Embassy Official
¬Dusan Pelech Bartender
¬Phil Meheux Treasury Bureaucrat (as Phil M√©heux
¬Alessandra Ambrosio Tennis Girl
¬Veronika Hladikova Tennis Girl (as Veronika Hlad√≠kov√°
¬Regina Gabajov√° Hotel Splendide Clerk
¬Olutunji Ebun-Cole Cola Kid
¬Martin Ucik Barman (as Martin Uc√≠k
¬Vlasta Sv√°tkov√° Waitress
¬Miroslav Simunek Disapproving Man
¬Ivan G'Vera Venice Hotel Concierge
¬Jiri Lenc Hotel Splendide Limo Driver
¬Jaroslav Jankovsky Hermitage Waiter
¬Richard Branson Man at Airport Security (uncredited
¬Martin Campbell Airport Worker (uncredited
¬Gunther von Hagens Himself (uncredited
 

Plot

Casino Royale introduces James Bond before he holds his license to kill. But Bond is no less dangerous, and with two professional assassinations in quick succession, he is elevated to '00' status. Bond's first 007 mission takes him to Uganda where he is to spy on a terrorist, Mollaka. Not everything goes to plan and Bond decides to investigate, independently of MI6, 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 007 to play against him, knowing that if Le Chiffre loses, it will destroy his organization. 'M' places Bond under the watchful eye of the beguiling Vesper Lynd. 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. In Montenegro, Bond allies himself with Mathis MI6's local field agent, and Felix Leiter who is representing the interests of the CIA. The marathon game proceeds with dirty tricks and violence, raising the stakes beyond blood money and reaching a terrifying climax. James Bond is a seductive British secret agent for M:I-6 who has achieved "007" status. After trying to capture a criminal in an embassy, by illegally entering the country, 007's boss 'M' is displeased with his efforts and is unsure if he is the right man for the job. As he continues to follow the trail, the trail leads Bond to the Bahmas to corrupt banker Le Chiffre who is funding international terrorists. After seducing Solange, the beautiful wife of criminal Alex Dimitrios. 007 takes part in a card game in Montengro called 'Casino Royale' where Le Chiffre plans on raising the prize money for terrorist activities. With help from the beautiful and mysterious British government agent Vesper Lynd who is supplying his betting money, field agent Rene Mathis and Undercover CIA agent Felix Leiter, 007 sets out to thwart the corrupt bankers efforts to raise the money, where if Le Chiffre looses, his organization will collapse. Where 007 must uses his instincts and wits as he also deals with attempts on his life, double agents and finds himself falling in love with Vesper. The British Establishment has an ally, in the guise of newly appointed double-00 James Bond. Daniel Craig joins a prestigious line up of iconic cinematic history, James Bond is back with a vengeance. His introduction is a sparing partner of both intelligence and brutality, his mission is to take the ultimate gamble and place his life on the line in the arenas of terrorism and the ivory towers of power. Taking Bond around the world once more but it is in Casino Royale where this battle of wit and cunning will take place, taking no prisoners and leaving nothing but death in his wake. This gripping updated Ian Fleming story is dealt with the expectancy of urgency and drama that when the chips are down this action packed high-octane movie will deliver what England expects.
 

Comments

Bond is Back... watch out Bourne, 14 November 2006 Author: deeteecee2812 from United Kingdom Bond is a name that encapsulates so much. Is it a British icon harking back to the cold war? A globe-trotting outdated misogynist (who happens to be licensed by the British Government to kill people)? I',ve always thought that if you analyse something too much it',ll lose something through the process of analysis. This is why this Bond (our Bond) is the best since early Connery.Here we see Bond as a man, as an animal and as a killing machine. Make no mistakes, this is the most visceral Bond that one could imagine. Daniel Craig, for all his detractors, is 007 at his finest, most pure.It',s an unusual thing whereby the performance of the leading actor is better then the movie itself. But here it is. We saw it recently with ',The Departed',. Not to say that ',The Departed', is a bad film. I loved it. But this re-invention of Bond has to be one the cinema',s biggest gambles. And, my God, it wins by a distance.
 
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