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Passports and IDs for various characters in "Casino Royale" and "Quantum of Solace" (x-post /r/JamesBond)

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watching Casino Royale with headphones appreciate Chris Cornell singing a million times more great song-was Vesper the only other character show on the deck of cards in the opening

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TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II.

TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II. submitted by IMAKILL3R to JamesBond [link] [comments]

[todayilearned] TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II.

[todayilearned] TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II. submitted by Know_Your_Shit_v2 to knowyourshit [link] [comments]

TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II.

TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II. submitted by unremovable to unremovable [link] [comments]

THE ENEMY OF BOND

A few days ago I posted a link to a photo on the Death Stranding subreddits, this photo was of Yano and Kojima talking about the movies they've gathered that featured Mr. Mikkelsen. At one point they mentioned Madds' character in Casino Royale, referring to him as "the enemy of bond" this immediately caught my attention and almost immediately made me laugh to myself. It was the most conspiracy theorist thought that has entered my brain. I assumed he was subtlety referring to his characters' role in DS (the enemy of bonds or connections). It received some attention but nobody was willing to give it some thought beyond the joke, myself included. I then decided to watch the movies listed in the episode since I had seen very few movies with Madds in them and don't really know him that we'll anyway. After watching only two, without really looking for anything I noticed some strange coincidences involving ideas or items from MGS appearing in movies from the list
Casino Royale: the scene after the credits features Leo Chiffre (Madds Mikkelsen's character) meeting a warlord or something to discuss his role in the movie. this scene features child soldiers wich enitially I didn't consider till the second thing in the movie. After James' is poisoned he rushes to his car to save his life by using the gadgets in the glove box he contacts M who through the help of the Intel team deduce he has been poisoned by Digitalis . This was the first moment where I paused and thought to my self that it's strange that there were two coincidences in one movie. Then someone mentioned in the comments of my previous post that Le Chiffre means "The Cypher" in French.
Valhalla Rising: this movie is about a man with one eye who is considered a demon. That's as abstract as I'll put it you should watch it for yourself. This movie is segmented into several parts one of wich is Part V in red Text (that one is a stretch :)
I'm currently looking for an English version of "The Hunt" wich, from Kojima's description, seems to be similar to Huey and his story in The Phantom Pain being accused of something and receiving horrible treatment as a result.
What do you think am I reaching or what?
I enjoy having these speculative thoughts. As Kojima says, this is the game before the game. This doesn't prove anything substantial, but I feel as though it's just a clue to something else that will lead to something else...etc.
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TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II.

TIL that ever since James Bond’s very first appearance as a character (nearly 70 years ago in the 1953 novel Casino Royale), all the way through *every single book and movie adaptation*, there has been exactly one monarch of Britain: Queen Elizabeth II. submitted by Tayine to fictionalspies [link] [comments]

In Casino Royale (2006) the main character says "The name's Bond James Bond", revealing that his name is in fact Bond Bond with James being his middle name.

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In Casino Royale (2006), you can see Eva Green's nipple erect in real time even though her character is supposed to be dead. This refers to the fact that she is actually alive.

In Casino Royale (2006), you can see Eva Green's nipple erect in real time even though her character is supposed to be dead. This refers to the fact that she is actually alive. submitted by ballhausfan to shittymoviedetails [link] [comments]

At the end of the movie Casino Royale (2006) the character James Bond reveals that he is, in fact, the character James Bond by saying the line "The name's Bond. James Bond."

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SPQRemus: #2 | Spectre

Date: 5/19/2016
Started: 5/18/2016
You have no idea how much I tried to like this movie. Yes, I've heard the talks and the rumors regarding how bad it is. I thought that maybe it just wasn't given a chance or something. Or it was being compared to Skyfall unfairly. The opening oner was really well put together. The music was tight and tense, building up into a really exciting chase and action sequence. And then it started making no sense at all.
The action is dull. The villains are pathetic and not the least bit terrifying. The Bond Girl...I really can't believe that this Bond girl is the one that ends up with Bond. Its almost an insult to Eva Longaria's character in Casino Royale, a well developed and actually believable female lead. This is not a slight at Lea Seydoux, I think she did fine, but at the writing of the film itself.
Cristoph Waltz was not scary at all. In comparison to, say, Silva from Skyfall, he seems like a small child. You can't just say, "Hey, remember the bad guys who messed with you in the past two films? I did that all along!" and expect me to all of a sudden be terrified. Silva felt terrifying, exposing secret agent files, causing havoc even when jailed, he's just borderline insane. Blofeld...what did he do in this film anyway?
I find it really difficult to find any redeeming qualities to this film. Other than the opening sequence, I dunno, Dave Bautista was kinda cool. And that's about it. Disappointing flick.
Link to IMDB
Rating: 1 1/2 out of 5
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[9th grade Literature] Anyone knows the character that appear in chapters 1-4 in the book Casino ROYALE?

I currently have no access to the book so if you get the pdf to the book that would be good to. Thanks!
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In the movie Casino Royale, Daniel Craig's character is referred to as "007." This is because Casino Royale is a James Bond movie.

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France President Emmanuel Macron, a former star banker at Rothschild, is looking like a James Bond Villain. He looks like Le Chiffre, one of the most ruthless banker in Europe a major character from Casino Royale

France President Emmanuel Macron, a former star banker at Rothschild, is looking like a James Bond Villain. He looks like Le Chiffre, one of the most ruthless banker in Europe a major character from Casino Royale submitted by AstrophysicalMajidae to europe [link] [comments]

Is the Le Chifre character in James Bond's Casino Royale similar to what is going on with the Panama Papers?

In the beginning of Casino Royale, Le Chifre is in Uganda picking up $100 million (?) in cash from a war lord for laundering and other banking services.
Is this similar to how the Panamanian company would have worked? Pick up illicit (or non illicit) cash so that the client can then access it through regular banking channels?
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TIL : Vesper Lynd a fictional character featured in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel "Casino Royale" was modeled after Krystyna Skarbek. Polish spy during WWII

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Blofield is a terrible villain in this day and age

There's an interesting 2014 article where Craig claims Mike Myers '****ed the franchise' when it came to turning traditional Bond characteristics into parodies.
Ironically Austin Powers arguably saved the franchise, as it forced Craig and Casino Royale to somehow make us take it all seriously again, and they achieved that spectacularly.
Why then, did they throw this all out the window in Spectre, and possibly continue it for NTTD? (let's hope it's somehow heavily re-shaped) Christopher Waltz is an amazing actor and yet I'd rank him as one of the worst villains, he felt like an IT Manager ffs.
So why bring back Blofield at all? He belongs 100% in that old/Austin Powers like universe, the character is far less interesting than the adversaries of CR and SF and really has, well... nothing unique about him. The relation link to Bond is also cringe.
How much do people trust the script writers to redeem him in NTTD? Or will we get the BBC-esque writing style of Spectre.
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My Top 10 Bond films

Following the trend:
  1. License to Kill - A somewhat controversial pick, I suppose. I just adore this film for it's fantastic villain, well written plot, violence, great Bond girl and Dalton in his prime. The final tanker chase is one of my favorite Bond action climaxes, but the film has so much more to offer. Especially in the moments between Dalton and Davi.
  2. OHMSS - This could easily be #1. It's a flawless Bond movie to me, and yes that includes Lazenby's performance. It has my favorite Bond girl of all time (RIP Diana Rigg) and the best Blofeld interpretation in my book, along with a very unique sense of scale and cinematography. The soundtrack is always playing in my mind whenever I ski and the scene with Tracy ice skating is one of the most romantic moments in film to me.
  3. Casino Royale - It's all very brilliant, except for a few lines of dialogue that are just too kitschy between Bond and Vesper. Aside from that, fantastic. One of the best openings+gun barrels+title sequences in all of Bond.
  4. Goldeneye - I feel like this one is still super popular, but also has been getting a lot of shit lately. I think it's mostly superb. Yes, Brosnan isn't quite comfortable in the role yet, but he does have some stand out scenes, especially on the physical end. Great ensemble of villains and one of my favorite Bond girls that not nearly enough people talk about.
  5. The Spy Who Loved Me - To me, this is the perfect mix of cheesiness and grit that a James Bond film needs, at least in Moore's era. It has an amazing end battle scene, the sets are breathtaking and Jaws scared the living shit out of me as a kid whenever he bites someone to death. Also, that opening will forever stay in my mind as magical.
  6. From Russia With Love - Super straight forward and strong because of that. It's just a great cold war thriller, which introduced a lot of classic Bond elements for the first time. The fight between Bond and Grant on the train is still one of my favorite hand to hand fight scenes of all time!
  7. Skyfall - Yes, I know it has a giant amount of plot holes and I don't really care. Seeing this as my first Bond film experience in a movie theatre was and forever will be memorable. Again, lots of love for the climax, but in general this film just oozes Bond to me and not because of the well planted references (as opposed to DAD).
  8. The Living Daylights - Talk about oozing Bond. The scene where Saunders dies and Dalton turns into bloodlust Bond for a minute is one of my favorite things in the series. I love the naiv personality of Kara and Necros is one hell of a capable henchman.
  9. For Your Eyes Only - Rewatched this one recently and man, is it good. So fast paced, so action packed and yet very well balanced with the story beats. Melina is undoubtedly one of the best Bond girls to me and Glenn's debut as a director was impressive as all hell.
  10. Dr No - Where it all started. Yes, the other Bond movies in my list that rank lower might have more fun elements, but Dr No has something that beats it all out: Class. It knows exactly what it wants to be and it just is it. From the first time we see Bond, to the murder of Professor Dent, to the dinner with the titular character, it's all so classy, yet still raw. Exactly what Bond is meant to be.
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Last night, for the first time ever, I finally watched On Her Majesty’s Secret Service all of the way through!

For whatever reason, I always had a difficult time with it because I found it not very compelling. I sat down last night and said “Ok, Cristopher Nolan, Quentin Tarantino, and Stephen Soderbergh love this movie. There has to be something to it.”
To my surprise, it was actually easy this time and I kind of liked it. The scenes where he’s climbing on the snow lift cables are wonderfully tense. Most of the time, being Bond movies, all the tension is sapped out because you know he’s going to be ok. Somehow this one managed to really suspend that feeling. The fights, although sped up, were still brutal. The part where the henchman is sucked into the snow churner is surprisingly gruesome. Also, it feels weird to say, but Diana Rigg was sooo fine. Only Eva Green and Gloria Hendry compare. The only things that sink it a little is how it shoves 1969 so hard in your face. There are parts where it’s very difficult not to think of Austin Powers. That, and I wish there was a cut without the tacky dubbing in the Sir Hillary impersonation portion.
For years, the only Bond I liked at all was Casino Royale (2006). Not even it’s own sequels. I was surprised how similar OHMSS is. Although it’s only a very soft reboot, it also goes for relative realism and gritty violence. The focus not on campy gadgets or rocket cars, but the characters and the tragic love story.
Apart from the unfortunate fourth wall break, the teaser at the beginning has to be one of my favorites. I like two Bonds now!
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I wanna play too! (My top 10)

I'm gonna go with reverse reveal (al a David Letterman)
Brief context. Without fail almost every year for about the last 10 years I have watched every Bond movie but not always in release order, just in the order of how I feel like watching. Now that I have completed my 2020 rewatch, I saw other top tens, I decided to play too!
  1. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
I never know how to feel some years with this movie. I do think it's incredibly important and I do think it's got a weird structure to the narrative that I think messes with the flow. While I enjoy the meta humor at the beginning, I do think it's a bit heavy-handed and unnecessary but it does sneak in as my number 10. It kind of jostles with The living daylights and Spectre for that ten spot
  1. Moonraker
While I agree that the spy who loved me is a ton of fun, I still come back to Moonraker as a more enjoyable film. It doesn't take too many lulls in the action and it has a far more interesting villain than its predecessor while still maintaining Jaws as a carryover. I love the set pieces and the rationale of killing humanity is, both a scary thought, and a sort of Thanos like mission.
  1. License to Kill
First and foremost, I am a big Timothy Dalton fanboy. I think he was a severely underrated. I think between his two outings, I prefer this movie. Very rarely would you see the main character take those sort of hits and punches and cuts and scrapes but in Dalton's time Bond was his most dark and real. And those are the qualities I think I appreciate in comparison to the more campy feel of Roger Moore.
  1. Tomorrow Never Dies
While I think Pierce Brosnan maybe had two films that were good, I think those good films were exceptionally good. And this film still speaks to the issues of today because of how great and scary a villain like Jonathan Carver is in the now reality of fake news. This was so ahead of its time and I think my appreciation for it only grows with every passing year that I watch it.
  1. Casino Royale (2006)
So if it wasn't already obvious that my enjoyment of Dalton has led to my very real enjoyment of Craig. Call it a reboot if you want or not I just still enjoy it. Love the opening sequence, love the opening track, love the banter with Vesper and how that plays out through the film. And then re-watching it with that knowledge almost makes these small choices in the film more interesting. I noticed more details that were really clever when I would rewatch this.
  1. Thunderball
I'm just going to get this out of the way before you work your way down to the end. I do not like From Russia with Love. I think it's boring. That movie puts me to sleep every time I watch it. But Thunderball I enjoy it so much. I love that it continues the Spectre lore. I love the locations, the vibrancy of the scene. Yes, sure, you can easily make an argument that the climactic fight scenes at the end are bit meh and I'll concede that but I think I just enjoyed so much of this film that it makes up for it. I think I just enjoyed a movie where Bond was actually trying to be a detective.
  1. Live and Let Die
This may be a random addition to some but something about Live and Let Die just sticks with me. I so badly wanted that villain to succeed because I thought it was really clever and unique at how they set up his plot. The henchman are so much more interesting than most other villains we get in this franchise. And yes I can totally agree that there are questions regarding the black-splotation that this is being inspired out of but given what existed in bond up to that point I enjoyed at least having that injection of diversity, not just in plot, but also in cast. It also moves away from the spectre stuff to talking about drug cartels and diplomatic manipulations was really different and refreshing.
  1. Goldfinger
I mean, what is there to say? So much of the iconography of this franchise was born out of this film. This is definitely one of the Bonds I can easily just throw on any day, at anytime, and enjoy it every time. I enjoy the plot and the villain's machinations. I love the song. The car and chase scenes are incredibly iconic and it's also one of the few films that is latent with critical acclaim and awards as well. So while many other films have come since I still stand by a Goldfinger as one of the best.
  1. Goldeneye
I know I've seen some chatter in this subreddit about the importance of The Spy Who Loved Me and I would say that this film holds just as much of that importance. If you go and read about the history of this film, everything was on the line. Great track for an opening sequence, iconic moments and scenes with some sharp lines, excellent villains and henchwomen. And sure while I wish Sean bean didn't have to die in every film, I thought he was so good in this. Then given the recent events of that satellite installation actually falling apart to this past year kind of adds a little extra sting to re-watching it.
  1. Skyfall
I do think that maybe I'm one of the few that really thinks this film checks every box and just knocked it out of the park. Aside from what felt like a throwback to the old days when you have Adele singing that opening track, that is so haunting and moving. A film where Daniel Craig's Bond seems so much more Mutlu dimensional. And then having the last of the pieces (Mallory/Moneypenny/Q) of this new universe coming together before they flip that switch and hit you in the heart at the end of this film. Let alone how good Javier Bardem is and the sort of technical prowess with which he attacked MI6 seems so authentic for our times.
And in short you may have noticed a common theme that a lot of my rankings aren't just about how I think but it is hinged a lot on the villains in these films. Bond is only as good as his adversaries and I think in this collection of 10 films these were some of his best adversaries.
So whether you agree or disagree I do appreciate you following my random brain droppings and I'm excited to read other people's top 10s beyond that. I hope you all are doing well staying safe and enjoy this coming year. I hope it is nothing but good tidings for you all and come next Thanksgiving I'll be rewatching these all again!
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Putting Bond's revenge against Quantum at the centre of Quantum of Solace

Saw the post mentioning that no one has attempted to give Quantum of Solace a rewrite and decided to give it a shot. It was actually harder than I thought. Rewatching it I think many of the film’s issues comes from the director writer than writing. I think the generally plotting of the film is fairly decent, especially giving the ongoing writer’s strike at the time. The main issue is that there’s effectively two films going on: One in which Bond is hunting down Quantum seeking revenge for Vesper and one in which Bond goes rogue in order to stop the CIA financing a coup d’etat in Boliva. My main goal was to try better merge them into a more cohesive story. In particular I want to give Vesper’s former lover, Yusuf Kabira, (ie the reason she betrays Bond and then gets murdered in Casino Royale) more of a role, rather than just having him be relegated to a single scene at the end of the film.

The Changes

· Making Yusuf Kabira, Vesper’s former lover, a major character, effectively serving as the main henchman of the film
· Changing Camille’s backstory. Instead of being a Bolivian agent she’s the daughter of the current Bolivian president and she’s has also been seduced by Kabira. Quantum’s plan is to expose the relationship between the President’s daughter and a foreign agent, thus creating a political scandal that will pre-empt a coup d’état by General Medrano.
· We cut Dominic Greene and the Plot To Steal Bolivar’s Water entirely. We give most of Greene’s role to Mr White.
· Finally, we are going to play up the whole Bond Versus the CIA thing. Lets try and use Jefferey Wright more and give Felix a bit of a redemption arc

The new plot

We are going to cut the opening car chase entirely and start with Bond driving into the Sienna safehouse having captured Mr White at the end of Casino Royale. Waiting inside the safehouse are M and another agent called Yusuf Kabira. Bond can greet Kabira saying something like “How was Bolivia?” and he replies with something witty like “Very stimulating”. The interrogation goes the same way as the original as Kabira is revealed to be a double agent and helps Mr White escape. Bond chases Kabira across the rooftops of Sienna. They can briefly fight but Kabira is able to escape. Cut to the opening title sequence.
After the titles we see MI6 investigating Kabira’s London apartment. In a secret compartment they discovered files on Vesper Lynd including photos of Kabira and Vesper together. Bond is visibly shaken by this information and M asks him if Bond can be trusted to keep his feelings separate from his job. Bond assures M he will. He also suggests looking into Kabira’s recent mission in Bolivar. When they do, they discover that Kabira was having frequent meetings with a mysterious woman at a particular hotel and will soon meet her again.
Kabira meets the mysterious woman, who we learn is called Camille, in the hotel in Santa Cruz, Boliva. The two are clearly lovers. They go to their room but are ambushed by Bond waiting for them there. We then basically get the scene from the end of Quantum of Solace where Bond reveals who Kabira is to Camille and shows her the necklace he gave to Vesper, identical to one Kabira’s given to Camille. Camille is obviously shocked by this revelation. At gunpoint Bond orders the two of them into a car to drive to an airfield where MI6 is waiting to arrest Kabira. In the car Kabira taunts Bond about Vesper. The car is soon stopped by members of the Bolivian military led by a General Medrano.
Bond now finds himself being captured as he is separated from Kabira and Camille and taking to a different site. There he discovers Felix Leiter and several other CIA agents. Initially Bond is pleased to see an ally but quickly realises that Felix and the CIA are working with Medrano and Kabira. Leiter tries to justify himself saying that things are more complicated than they seem, and that MI6 has no business getting involved in Bolivia. He also reveals that Camille is the daughter of the Bolivian president. He pleads with Bond to go back to London and forget about what he has seen. Bond refuses and escapes leading to a chase between Bond and the CIA. Bond is able to make his way to the airfield where he leaves Bolivia, dejected after failing to capture Kabira and avenge Vesper.
We then see Leiter meeting with White and Medrano. This pretty much resembles the scene from the original film where the CIA strikes a non-interference deal with the pair in exchange for the USA gaining access to Bolivian oil. After Leiter leaves, Medrano tells White that he has held up his end of the bargain and accuses White of unnecessarily delays. White argues that they need the support of the other partners of “his organisation” before they can go ahead, and Medrano replies that perhaps he should speak to White’s partners in person.
MI6 discover that Medrano has booked a ticket to see an opera in Bregenz, Austria and Bond goes to investigate. We then get the scene from the original film where the leaders of Quantum have their meeting during the Opera. Medrano is also at the meeting and we hear the Quantum members give their assent to go ahead with Medrano and White’s plan to expose the relationship between Camille and Kabira (who will be presented as a British spy) thus creating a political scandal which will cause a crisis allowing Medrano to seize power. Afterwards Medrano will allow Quantum to take control of Bolivia’s oil fields. With Medrano is Camille who is clearly being held there against her will. When she excuses herself to go to the bathroom Medrano sends one of his men to watch her. Camille still attempts to escapes and Bond intervenes helping her but blowing his cover in the process and gets caught in a very public shoot out with Medrano’s men. Medrano and the other members of Quantum escape.
We then cut to London where we see M getting a dressing down from the foreign secretary in the aftermath of the shooting in Austria. The foreign secretary tells M that the Prime Minister has bowed to American pressure and order that all MI6 operations in South America be terminated. With no choice M calls Bond and orders him to return to England but Bond of course refuses. M once again asks if his desire to get revenge on Kabira for Vesper’s death is affecting his decision-making. Bond hangs up.
In a safehouse Bond and Camille watch as news of Camille’s relationship with Kabira makes international headlines and the crisis Medrano and White engineered begins to take shape. Bond and Camille open up to each other, with Bond hinting at his past with Vesper. They resolve to return to Bolivia and attempt to prevent Medrano’s coup d’état. Without MI6 aid Bond turns to Rene Mathis who, after being acquitted of being a double agent following Casino Royale, is living in retirement in the south of France. Mathis agrees to help them, and they use his private jet to fly to Bolivia.
As they reach Bolivian airspace two American fighter jets begin tailing them, ordering them to land. Bond, Mathis and Rene agree that their only option is to abandon the plane only to learn there’s only one parachute onboard. Mathis tells Bond and Camille to escape while he leads the Americans away, sacrificing himself. Bond tries to protest. Mathis tells Bond that Vesper did love him. As Bond and Camille cling to each other with the parachute they see Mathis’ plane get shot down.
Once they land, they make their way to Bolivia’s capital La Paz. Felix contacts Bond for a meeting, effectively offering a brief truce. Camille tells Bond its a trap, but Bond decides to go anyway. They meet in a bar and Bond is able to convince Felix that Medrano will betray the CIA and give Quantum access to the Bolivan oil fields. Felix tells Bond that they are currently being watched by other CIA agents and as soon as Bond leaves, they will try to kill him. Felix gives Bond a location to go to if he survives. Evading the American agents Bond goes to this location and discovers Felix has left him a file detailing the CIA’s involvement in the impending coup d’état.
We then see tanks rolling into La Paz as the Medrano’s coup d’état begins. Medrano arrives at the state television station to announce his takeover. Bond and Camille race to the station to try to stop him. Fighting their way through Medrano’s men they are confronted by Kabira. Bond and Kabira get locked in a one-on-one shootout as Camille goes to take on Medrano alone. She finds the studio where Medrano is broadcasting the announcement of his new rule. His men have all left to stop Bond leaving Medrano all alone. Camille shoots Medrano and starts showing the Felix’s evidence of the CIA’s involvement.
Mr White, watching this unfold, orders the broadcast be stopped by any means necessary. The tanks outside the television station suddenly begin firing on the building, reducing it to rubble.
We cut back to Bond and Kabira who are now fighting hand-to-hand. As the building starts to collapse Kabira becomes trapped under falling debris. In desperation he reaches out to Bond. Bond holds out his hand, only to drop Vesper’s necklace in front of him. He leaves Kabira to die. Finding Camille, the two escape the collapsing television station.
They go to the Bolivian Presidential Palace as the Bolivian military either retreats or surrenders around them. There Camille’s family is waiting. The two kiss before parting ways.
Cut to a few weeks later Bond meets Leiter on the National Mall in Washington D.C. Leiter tells Bond that Mr White and the other members of Quantum have all gone underground and can’t be found. Bond asks Leiter if he’s been reprimanded for the whole Bolivian affair and Leiter replies he’s being sent on a dead-end assignment to San Monique. The two part as friends. As Felix leaves Bond receives a call from M about his next mission.
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GOOD or BAD?: Quantum of Solace (2008)

2006's Casino Royale is my favorite James Bond movie. No disrespect to the Bonds who came before but Casino Royale had me engaged from beginning to end. After the ridiculousness of 2002's Die Another Day (Seriously? An invisible car?), I really liked to see a Bond movie more grounded in reality. I love the action, the villain, the Bond girl, the theme song by Chris Cornell, I simply love it.
I can't say the same for the next installment, Quantum of Solace. For me, this is the most forgettable of the Daniel Craig Bond movies so far. Everything I loved about Casino is the inverse. Instead of a great villain in Le Chiffre, we get the boring Dominic Greene with a boring plan and boring base of operations. At least in past bad Bond movies there was some entertainment value. Here, I don't remember a single memorable action sequence or character. The only thing I remember is Bond leaving Greene in the desert with only a can of engine oil to drink. That scene reminded me of Hitman: Absolution (If you played the game you know what I'm talking about).
All in all, I'm not a huge fan of Quantum of Solace. Maybe it's because it's a mediocre movie sandwiched between two much better movies. I also hear the 2007-08 Writer's Strike impacted the writing of the script which explains a lot.
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Here are the cast and characters of the original, star-studded 1967 version of James Bond's Casino Royale.In 2020, Casino Royale is widely known as the film that launched Daniel Craig's 007 career and breathed new life into the franchise, but the same story was adapted decades previously. The original Casino Royale is often overlooked because it isn't part of recognized James Bond continuity. Casino Royale (1967) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Casino Royale: Characters from the novel. Friends René Mathis. Mathis works for France’s Deuxième Bureau and reappears several times throughout the course of Ian Fleming’s books and continuation novels. In Casino Royale he poses as a radio salesman while assisting 007 and it is Mathis who introduces Vesper Lynd. Felix Leiter . A blond haired Texan, Felix Leiter is Bond’s CIA contact in ... Casino Royale (2006) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Detailed analysis of Characters in Ian Fleming's Casino Royale. Learn all about how the characters in Casino Royale such as James Bond and Vesper Lynd contribute to the story and how they fit into the plot. Characters specific to the James Bond parody film Casino Royale (1967). For the overall James Bond franchise, see here. Sir James BondPlayed by: David Niven A legendary British secret agent who had retired from the service, he is forced out of … Novel — Film — Graphic Novel — Soundtrack — Song — Characters — Location Characters appearing in the 2006 Bond film Casino Royale . Trending pages Casino Royale tells a story about how James Bond became the familiar character we knew from before, eschewing the typical plot-driven Bond tale for one focused primarily on the character. Bond’s clothes are typically chosen based on where he is and what he is doing, but for Casino Royale, costume designer Lindy Hemming was able to help tell the story about how Bond becomes Bond through his ... A page for describing Characters: Casino Royale (2006). Main Character Index Character sheet for the James Bond film Casino Royale. MI6 Bond's Allies Vesper … Summary. British secret agent James Bond is at a casino watching his target, Le Chiffre, playing baccarat at a high-rollers' table.Growing tired, Bond imagines the next day's conversation between casino management, then tries to figure out the best way a criminal would rob the caisse, or cashier's desk.As it seems impossible to pull off a robbery without any casualties or any "squealing" from ...

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Casino Royale intro/opening extended cut with deleted ...

A detailed breakdown and analysis of one of my favourite Character Themes and why they are so important to storytelling in Music for Film. Casino Royale Soun... There is very interesting theory behind Casino Royale Characters name and through this video you will also know their real name as well. So this is the Casino Royale full cast or all cast for you ... Casino Royale is Ian Flemmings first novel in the James Bond series dealing with gambling, spying, and Britain’s place in the world, and the 2006 film was bo... Starring Daniel Craig, Daud Shah as Fisher and Malcolm Sinclair as Dryden. Full pretitles scene from Casino Royale - Bond Gets His Double O Status; includes... Casino Royale (2006) There are a variety of Cartoon Characters that have been re-imagined in real life. Coming up are some 3D renderings of famous cartoon characters!Suggest a to... My fan made tribute montage to "Casino Royale" (2006). This film is along with "On Her Majesty`s Secret Service" (1969) my favourite James Bond film in the series. I would be very glad if you ... Casino Royale Trailer Music - Duration: 2:04. Tahu5Fan 303,650 views. 2:04 . The Bizarre World of Fake Martial Arts - Duration: 29:37. Super Eyepatch Wolf Recommended for you. 29:37. Tom ... Support the channel at www.patreon.com/FilmsandStuff Here I dissect why Casino Royale is the best Bond film through its compelling breakdown of the 007 mytho...

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