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Why is Casino Royale (2006) a good movie?

I’m genuinely trying to understand. And I mean this as a fan of cinema, a fan of action and thrillers, and a fan of Bond. I have understood that Casino Royale is amongst the best Bond films.
I love Goldeneye, I love Dr No, I love Skyfall, I love Goldfinger. They’re fun, they tell a good enough story, the set pieces are thrilling, the movies are exciting.
Taking into account only the films after I was able to see them in theaters by myself - Brosnan and Craig films - I understand why the bad ones are bad.Die Another Day in particular is just awful. The World Is Not Enough and Tomorrow Never Dies are not much better.
And I understand why Quantum of Solace and Spectre aren’t highly lauded films. But like - I can also follow them and enjoy them.
I have watched Casino Royale maybe 7 or 8 times now. Even just bought it in 4K. But I literally can’t follow the film at all. I don’t understand why anything happens, or how any of it matters. I don’t find the opening particularly thrilling and can barely tell what it means.
The casino and airport sequences are certainly stuffed with a lot going on. And they’re fine. I just don’t understand the what how or why.
And the female love interest. I guess I also don’t get what makes her particularly special or different from other Bond women, both good and bad.
All of this is only to give context and ask for understanding as to why Casino Royale is a good movie. Because while I never get bored watching Skyfall, I almost always fall asleep in Casino Royale. And yet - it’s one of the most universally respected Bond films. What am I missing?
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Casino Royale (2006) is a thematically faithful adaptation of Flemings influential novel, a masterpiece and the greatest James Bond movie ever made. Here is a comparison I made between the movie/novel & my thoughts on both of them.

Over the last week I read Ian Flemings first James Bond novel Casino Royale for the first time and later re watched the movie. Here are some thoughts on both, including a comparison of similarities, differences and the over all enjoyment I get out of both of these pieces.
Technical aspects:
Casino Royale (novel, 1953), written by Ian Fleming [27 short chapters, around 250 pages, depending on edition]
Casino Royale (movie, 2006), directed by Martin Campbell [144 minute runtime]
Before diving into further comparisons, there are two obvious, but also significant differences between the movie and the novel. The first being the time it is set in, both are contemporary to their release date. Meaning the novel is set in the Cold War whereas the movie is set in the 21 century. Because of the resulting differences in international relations historically speaking, you could transfer it (but you don't have to) to the second difference. Flemings novel is a political espionage thriller, whereas Campbells movie re-boot is basically an action movie.
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Structure:
The over all plot of the movie is very similar, nearly identical to its source material.
James Bond, a fresh 00, is set in a high stakes Poker game against Le Chiffre, a desperate (& near bankrupt) banker working for terrorist organizations. Bonds allies are Mathis, Felix Leiter & Vesper Lynd. Bond wins the money, Vesper & him get captured, following the torture, Le Chiffre being interrupted/killed by a member of a mysterious organization. After Bond & Vesper seek a happy life, the latter is confronted with her "real" identity/past & kills herself, leaving Bond emotionally broken & eventually cold.
As said in my first paragraph, Flemings novel isn't an "action" novel. There is an early assassination/botched bomb attempt in the early chapters (similar to the airport sequence) but it's nowhere near as action heavy as the movie, which follows parkour chases, knife fights & bus/plane explosions, stairway fights & the closing crumbling house set piece.
Narratively Bond meets his allies way earlier, in the movie Vesper & Mathis are introduced around an hour in, whereas in the novel already in the first few chapters, Felix Leiter is introduced very late in the movie and only after Bond is struggling in the Poker game. The whole Dimitrious, Ellipse stuff isn't in the novel.
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Main characters:
- James Bond:
Bonds portrayal is very close to the novel. He's described as a very tough man, perfectly shown by Craigs physical appearance, his hard & masculine face & the early corporal fight scenes & chases. His attitude fits the source material. Bond is smart & charming, but he can switch of in any moment to being a ruthless killer.
- Vesper Lynd:
A big part of Vespers character in the novel is her beauty. There are long passages describing everything about her body & face. She certainly is beautiful in the movie, played by the gorgeous Eva Green. Yet in the movie she comes across as much more independent & aware. She's smart in the novel, but much more worthy in a psychological duel with Bond in the movie. In both the movie & novel she is a double agent, who got blackmailed & had to take this identity in order to save her boyfriend, but then fell in love with James.
- Le Chiffre:
Le Chiffre, in both movie & novel is a scary fucking dude. There still is something a bit charming about Mikkelsen presence though. He's described as considerably ugly in the novel, and basically as the epitome of evil. In the movie he comes across as more "human", desperation etc (make no mistake he's a vicious bastard, but he's not the devil).
- M:
The obvious difference is the gender swap in M. In the novel, Bond respects & in some way even fears M. The Bond/M relationship of Flemings books never really translated onto the bigger screen (it's tough to find someone intimidating against the charisma of Connery to be fair) so the change is an interesting touch. While he certainly respects Judi Denchs M, there is more slick and clever dialogue coming out of the conversations.
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The Poker Game:
The Poker game in the novel, as basically all of it, is set in France, whereas the movie jumps around Madagascar, the Bahamas, Venice & Montenegro, the latter being the setting of the poker game.
Also, in the novel they play Baccarat, which was very popular at that time, in the movie they play Texas Hold 'Em, which (surprise) was popular in that time. The game itself is similar structured, back and forth until Le Chiffre wins a big one and Bond is in huge desperation but comes back in the last round winning all of it (with the help of Felix Leiters money).
In both movie & novel, Le Chiffre tries to prevent/"attack" Bond during the last hand. In the movie he gets poisoned, which nearly causes him to pass out. In the novel, he is directly physically threatened by a bodyguard of the Le Chiffre with a gun under the table/chair.
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Remarkable similarities:
- Practically the entire torture scene is directly taken out of the source material. Bond gets stripped naked and tied up to a chair, then punched to the balls multiple times until the near pass out. Only difference is that in the movie Le Chiffre uses a rope, in the novel it is a carpet beater.
- Some dialogue & lines are extracted out of Flemings novel. Such as the VespeMartini order.
>Three measures of Gordons, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?
Or the iconic line.
>The bitch is dead.
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Other differences:
- The whole Mathis alleged double cross plot point only appears in the movie.
- Vespers double cross, signaled by her seeing the man with the eye patch is left to a good bye letter in the novel that Bond reads after she'd poisoned herself. In the movie, she gives the man with the eye patch the money briefcase and after the shoot out in Venice, she traps herself in the elevator and drowns in the crumbling house.
- In the books, the mysterious organization is SMERSH, a russian anti spy organization. In CR it is still unnamed, though in the later Craig films revealed to be SPECTRE.
- The book ends very depressing as her betrayal letter is the last thing. The movie ends on a higher note with Bond capturing Mr White & ending the movie in his iconic introduction lines.
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I have certainly missed a ton of differences of both, but I feel like I have done enough to highlight most of them. Here are some of my personal thoughts:
The novel:
I had a ton of fun reading it for the first time. It's certainly colder & much more serious than a lot of James Bond movies but I liked that it felt more grounded and had espionage instead of thrills. There is a lot of political subtext added by Ian Fleming that reflects on the cold war and on spy agents themselves. It also features some great insight on the Poker game as Bonds mind is on full display with mathematical & stochastically relevant information throughout every hand. I think it ends on a very depressing and sad note, setting the tone for the character to come.
The movie:
I have always considered Casino Royale to be one of my favorite movies of all time. I think it's head and shoulders above every other James Bond film and every time I watch it I discover new things I love about it. The way the movie starts, with the cold blooded double-O earning in a noir fashion, then goes over to the gorgeous credit sequence with so much ingenuity sprinkled across it, is amazing. I'm also amazed by the action the movie has. The Parkour chase has some terrific stunt work & innovation. Or the airplane sequence is packed with enormous tension and suspense. Or the closing Venice shoot out is packed with bad ass moments by Bond. A lot of my love for the movie also comes from the cast. It does contain my a.) favorite Felix Leiter (played by Jeffrey Wright), b.) favorite Bond girl (Vesper Lynd by Eva Green), c.) the best M (played by Judi Dench) and one of my favorite Bond villains (played by Mads Mikkelsen, who is as terrific as ever). Martin Campbell has rock solid directing, focussing on the great stuff of the source material and just like in GoldenEye knowing how to introduce a new Bond & a new way of Bond into the franchise. Daniel Craig is relentlessly amazing. He has the charms, he definitely has the looks, he is believable in the kills, he has a soul, he has a heart, he has emotion. Only Connery is better. The movie also looks gorgeous. Not only its vast settings of exotic locations, beautiful women, high class restaurants, cafes or hotels, pieces of clothing and so on, but also its sharp image and cinematography, by Phil Meheux is astounding. Despite being literally written by three people it also contains some ingenious dialogue. Especially the Bond/Vesper interactions flow so crisply and soft. It's a joy to watch every second of it and I could be talking about it for hours.

All in all, Casino Royale is a great novel and in my opinion, an even greater movie which is a faithful adaptation but also adds many layers and new things to it, knowing that it already is part of a 20+ movie series and therefore adding nostalgia, references or treating its timeless main characters legacy with honor and self reflection.
What do you think about Casino Royale, both the novel & the movie?
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BOND MOVIE OF THE WEEK: Casino Royale (2006)

Another week, another Bond movie to revisit and rank! This week, it's time to be half monk half hitman because we're discussing 2006's Casino Royale, directed by Martin Campbell and starring Daniel Craig, Eva Green, and Mads Mikkelsen. Three years ago, /JamesBond ranked this movie #1 with a rating of 9.5/10. As you can see, we already have at least two Bond films this time around with a higher score than that, so CR is definitely gonna have a run for its money. We'll see next week how well it does.
Let's also quickly take a look at the current Bond Movie of the Week rankings. I was unbelievably amazed and happy to see that 47 of you left feedback and ratings for Die Another Day last week, by far the most people who have reviewed the Bond films since we started doing this series of threads! Unfortunately, despite the best efforts of several users who were very complementary towards the film, DAD still landed at the very bottom of our list - unless one of Daniel Craig's Bond films can usurp that spot...
I would like to remind everyone that the more ratings we have, the more “accurate” the average rating will be; even if someone has already said all the points you felt like bringing up, leaving a comment with just your rating of the film out of 10 is helpful. :)
# Name of movie Rating
1 From Russia With Love (1963) 9.70
2 Goldfinger (1964) 9.66
3 GoldenEye (1995) 8.87
4 Licence to Kill (1989) 8.46
5 The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) 8.45
6 The Living Daylights (1987) 8.42
7 Thunderball (1965) 8.24
8 Dr. No (1962) 8.22
9 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) 8.12
10 Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) 8.04
11 For Your Eyes Only (1981) 7.84
12 You Only Live Twice (1967) 7.18
12 The World Is Not Enough (1999) 7.18
14 Octopussy (1983) 6.61
15 Live And Let Die (1973) 6.56
16 A View to a Kill (1985) 6.16
17 The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) 5.78
18 Diamonds Are Forever (1971) 4.91
19 Moonraker (1979) 4.76
20 Never Say Never Again (1983) 4.69
21 Die Another Day (2002) 4.20
Tell us what you think of Casino Royale in the comments - Amazing? Deplorable? Overrated? Underrated? We want to hear from everyone! :)
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Bond Movie Of The Week: Casino Royale (2006)

In this week's edition of BMOTW Bond we are witnessing Bond's inception as double-oh agent.
This week's BMOTW is Casino Royale the movie that is marked as 007 reboot starting Daniel Craig as Bond, but it's not the first try of ecranisation of the the first novel about 007 by Ian Fleming.
The 2 other "Casino Royales" are the one starting Barry Nelson as Bond from 1954 and the second one is a 007 parody from 1967 with couple of guys portraying the role of Bond (see the movie and you'll understand).
So after we've got that out of the way let's talk about the 2006 version. This movie is the "official" adaptation of Ian Fleming's first book about 007 which is the reason we are right now right here talking about the suave agent with code name 007. After some problems with the studio MGM finally decided to make the 21st Bond movie adaptation of the book but they needed a Bond after Pierce Brosnan became too old (for someone) to play Bond. They needed a younger Bond and they needed a new Bond for the new generation.They needed someone that will help MGM to bring back Bond, and to did that with a bang.
And so he did. He was 38 old English actor going by the name of Craig.Daniel Craig. This decision was really controversial and many fans thought that Craig doesn't fit the fit the mold that made Bond.That he might be good actor but he is not Bond. "A blond haired Bond? Monstrosity !" There was even a site CraigIsNotBond.com (I'm not really sure if that was the URL of the site) made by irritated Bond fans.
After 7 years some of the fans learned to live with the fact that Craig is Bond and some even love him as a Bond. But however there are still some fans how don't like Craig as Bond.
The movie did it's job perfectly. It brought Bond back in the game in great fashion. Casino Royale was hit, most of the old fans liked the movie, and immediately after seeing the movie new fans were born.
The movie as already mentioned stars Daniel Craig as Bond, Eva Green as the controversial Vesper Lynd, Judi Dench as M and for the first time a black guy portrayed Bond's american friend-Felix Leither. Jeffrey Wright was Leighter in this movie and IMO he did a solid job, and the fact that there weren't many unhappy fans about the fact that black guy played Leither proves it.
The villain in the movie is played by the brilliant Mads Mikkelsen who is one of the guys who in my opinion deserve more recognition. Casino Royale gave him that popularity, and rightfully so. Mads Mikkelsen (you can check NBC for his portrayal of the iconic Hannibal btw) was great as the rich and sinister Le Chiffre.
The official James Bond 007 page decided to make a survey before SkyFall to let the fans determine the best Bond movie in their opinion and Casino Royale won. Do you share their opinion? Write your review about Casino Royale and your rating for Die Another Day bellow.
And now let's see how you've rated (one of ) my fave Bond movie The World Is Not Enough
# Rating Name of Movie
1. 9.2 GoldFinger
2. 8.7 GoldenEye
3. 8.6 Licence To Kill
4. 8.4 The Living Daylights
5. 8.2 From Russia With Love
6. 8.2 The Spy Who Loved Me
7. 8.2 Dr.No
8. 8.0 For Your Eyes Only
9. 7.8 ThunderBall
10. 7.6 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
11. 7.3 You Only Live Twice
12. 7.2 Live And Let Die
13. 6.2 The Man With The Golden Gun
14. 5.6 The World Is Not Enough
15. 5.6 A View To A Kill
16. 5.6 Tomorrow Never Dies
17. 5.1 MoonRaker
18. 4.6 Octopussy
19. 4.2 Diamonds Are Forever
You were cruel to "my" TWINE but things could've been worse for Brosnan's 3rd Bond movie as TWINE gets 5.6 same score as AVTAK and TND.
Now let's see what rating you'll give for DAD, maybe the last movie that can take DAF's spot on the table.
Besides giving your rating for Die Another Day don't forget to sum up your thoughts about Bond's rebirth in Casino Royale.
edit: I forgot to say that actually I visited couple of places where Casino Royale was shoot.
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