Film review of Casino Royale
Running time: 144 minutes Starring: Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Mads Mikkelsen, Eva Green, Jeffrey Wright, Giancarlo Giannini, Caterina Morino, Simon Akbarian
James bond is in top form with casino royal, an excellent performance from the star of the show David Craig the new James Bond. The director Martin Campbell has changed the storylines a lot compared to the other films to show a new and courageous character, but of course there was always the villain of the film which was Le Chiffre (Mads Mickkelsen).
Throughout this thriller there are many exciting events that make you want to jump out of your seat these include when le chiffe tortures him very agonizingly but James Bond just laughs at him this shows a very powerful and strong side to James Bond. The story is generally about James bong being a hero you can see this in the plot which is James Bond must stop Le Chiffre, a banker to the world’s terrorist organizations, from winning a high-stakes poker tournament at Casino Royale in Montenegro. …. There have been many changes in the films from the first episode right down to the twenty first. A significant change has been made this is how woman have been treated and how James Bond treats them in particular and the jobs they had. This is very interesting because the reason for this change is that woman have been treated very differently over a period of time, during 1953 when the first film was released woman were classed very low in society but right up
“Bond, James Bond.” The character in Skyfall, James Bond, played by actor, Daniel Craig, is certainly on the short list of actors worthy of playing in this movie. Skyfall has an excellent piece of filmmaking, art, entertainment, and action all combined. First, Daniel Craig does much more with the James Bond character than he has during his incumbency with the franchise. Second, Skyfall ...
until 2006 a lot has changed. There is a noticeable change which was how 007s boss changed for a male to a female (Judi Dench).
She is a very outspoken and shows her power she has got very frequently you can she that James Bond respects her so this shows how woman are equal to men. So in some ways the film is trying to achieve respect for woman even though Bond shows he’s strength in other ways and fights crime for the secret service he doesn’t true to overall has boss or try to take advantage because she is a woman she is very highly respected. Also during this film he had fallen in love and had really put trust in he’s partner and she betrayed him. He was heartbroken and showed that he did really have a weak side to him. This was the first Bond movie that did that, it created feeling inside people that felt they could relate to James and feel he’s pain and feel sorry for him. In a way you can become emotionally attached. Overall the film was very breathtaking and enjoyable; there were some very strong points to the film and a lot of messages that they were trying to get across. The director has done a immense job with this film, he has shown a lot of emotion from James Bond which means people can relate to him. There were some very dramatic scenes like the free running that made viewers sit on the edge of their seats when he was jumping from crane to crane. The film was one of the most entertaining films of the year.