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This week's reviewed movie is:
Casino Royale




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Casino Royale introduces the new British super spy, Daniel Craig, from the start of his 007 career.

The picture is a solid adventure in the modern world with a blend of suspense, romance, villains, and gorgeous locations and is expertly crafted in every respect.

I was really impressed with its stern no nonsense realistic presentation.

In my book this is a real winner, with one of the best action sequences of the year.

Going back to its roots to the very first novel, Casino Royale not only shows Bond at his beginning, but Bond at his best--sardonic, athletic, and darker than his previous incarnations.

Although modernized, this is the closest 007 has ever been to Ian Fleming's dream secret agent, and, in my opinion, the best James Bond film to date.

The new James Bond Daniel Craig, who is a superb British actor, has taken over the starring role in the movie Casino Royale, which is based on the first of Ian Fleming's British spy novels.

The series was published in 1953, now relaunches and turns Bond into a human being.

The film has everything you want in a pop entertainment, physical boldness, intrigue, and romance.

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