Movie Review: Casino Royale

by Vinaya HS on November 17, 2006

in The Bangalore Blog,The Mumbai Blog

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It’s 02:00 IST and I just came back from a special preview of the new James Bond movie Casino Royale. Don’t let the movie’s title song, which seems so subdued and out of place in a Bond movie, fool you. The rest of the movie is packed with explosive action. There are a couple of dull and drab moments in an other wise excellent movie. Daniel Craig’s acted well. But he’s no match for the outgoing Bond Pierce Brosnan.

I don’t think I can type anymore. My only advise to you is: “Go watch it.”

I am off to wonderland.




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Vishu November 17, 2006 at 9:51 PM

Vinaya, the movie is good…Daniel Craig has done a good job..but somehow i couldn’t take, bond falling in love..hmm thatz not Bond style …. and no gadgets… and also not much of bond theme music played in the movie..

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