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Casino Royale - 14/10/2005 12:48:55 PM   
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- 6/11/2006 5:49:57 PM   
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Too bad It's cut in the UK.I still dont know how you people alow this,not even a 18 is safe from being cut,heck not even an R18 porn movie is isent from being cut.I went to the BBFC website and many porn movies with the R18 rating were cut because It did not follow the guidelines of the BBFC's "good taste"list.
If not even with an R18 rating you're free to make your movie that could only mean creative dictatorship,impedement of artistic free speach.
The BBFC should only be aloud to rate the movies not dictate them.they should not even make the suggestions"listen,if you cut these shots we'll give you a 12´that way the movie becomes more marketable" that they always do.They should just stick with the rating not the cutting.And for Christ sake's abolish the 18 certificate,you already have the 15 one,trust me anyone who is 15 can handle any movie just as good as any adult,3 years don't make a difference-Australia's rating only goes up to 15 and that's less naive.
Seriously,British people are so much more instructed and liberal than the ones in America but still you have harsher censorship than most countries.At least in the US with an NC-17 you can make whatever you wish ina a movie,like a pig defecating on a nun then raping her to only commit Sepuku.O yeah anh headbutting people and hitting them with Nunchackus.

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RE: - 6/11/2006 6:44:36 PM   
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The film was not cut by the BBFC.
If you had checked their website you would have read the following:
 
"This film was originally seen by the BBFC in an unfinished version, for advice as to the film's suitability at '12A'. The BBFC advised the company that the torture scene placed too much emphasis on both the infliction of pain and the sadism of the villain for the requested '12A' category. When the completed version of the film was submitted for classification, reductions to the torture sequence had been made, including the removal of lingering shots of the rope, close shots of Bond's facial reaction and the substitution of a more distant shot of the beating compared to the original version. This re-edited version of the scene was considered acceptable at '12A', where the Guidelines permit violence provided there is no dwelling on detail or emphasis on injuries."
 
and following those comments, this:
 
"This work was passed with no cuts made."
 
This seems clear enough to me.

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RE: RE: - 6/11/2006 6:53:46 PM   
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4 stars eh, I imagine that's not going to go down too well over at danielcraigisnotbond.com.

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- 6/11/2006 7:23:32 PM   
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RE: - 6/11/2006 7:53:47 PM   
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quote:

Too bad It's cut in the UK.I still dont know how you people alow this,not even a 18 is safe from being cut,heck not even an R18 porn movie is isent from being cut.I went to the BBFC website and many porn movies with the R18 rating were cut because It did not follow the guidelines of the BBFC's "good taste"list.
If not even with an R18 rating you're free to make your movie that could only mean creative dictatorship,impedement of artistic free speach.
The BBFC should only be aloud to rate the movies not dictate them.they should not even make the suggestions"listen,if you cut these shots we'll give you a 12´that way the movie becomes more marketable" that they always do.They should just stick with the rating not the cutting.And for Christ sake's abolish the 18 certificate,you already have the 15 one,trust me anyone who is 15 can handle any movie just as good as any adult,3 years don't make a difference-Australia's rating only goes up to 15 and that's less naive.
Seriously,British people are so much more instructed and liberal than the ones in America but still you have harsher censorship than most countries.At least in the US with an NC-17 you can make whatever you wish ina a movie,like a pig defecating on a nun then raping her to only commit Sepuku.O yeah anh headbutting people and hitting them with Nunchackus.


In the words of Jeffrey Lebowski....what in God's holy name are you blathering about?!

Sounds like an impressive review, I'm quite looking forward to watching it!  Although I'm still a little wary - Empire's reviews have been known to be influenced by hype (Superman Returns, a recent example IMO) and I'm pretty sure they gave the piss-poor Die Another Day 4 stars too...


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Another great review joins the host of others! - 6/11/2006 8:31:07 PM   
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Good for Daniel Craig! After all the crap he went through, and is still going through from the ever-dwindling minority (well done to the craignotbond lot for finding the ONLY negative review and flogging the hell out of that...losers), this is just desserts.  Can somebody hack their new site too?  Then they will have to move to www.danielcraigisnotbondhonest.com or something just as imaginative.

Don't get me wrong, I loved Pierce as Bond as he combined all the best bits from the other cinematic Bonds. But after Dire Another Day, the formula had run its course. It was time to get back to grass roots, which was something the much maligned Dalton tried to do but with terrible material in Licence to (be-just-another-action-movie) Kill.

This then, the movie of the year. Congrats Daniel!

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Classic Bond, Classic Film - 6/11/2006 9:12:42 PM   
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The reviews just keep coming, and they're good. Who'da thought it - CraigNotBond were wrong!

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Classic Bond, Classic Film - 6/11/2006 9:12:45 PM   
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The reviews just keep coming, and they're good. Who'da thought it - CraigNotBond were wrong!

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RE: Casino Royale - 6/11/2006 9:14:29 PM   
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RE: - 6/11/2006 9:24:08 PM   
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ORIGINAL: rams

Too bad It's cut in the UK.I still dont know how you people alow this,not even a 18 is safe from being cut,heck not even an R18 porn movie is isent from being cut.I went to the BBFC website and many porn movies with the R18 rating were cut because It did not follow the guidelines of the BBFC's "good taste"list.
If not even with an R18 rating you're free to make your movie that could only mean creative dictatorship,impedement of artistic free speach.
The BBFC should only be aloud to rate the movies not dictate them.they should not even make the suggestions"listen,if you cut these shots we'll give you a 12´that way the movie becomes more marketable" that they always do.They should just stick with the rating not the cutting.And for Christ sake's abolish the 18 certificate,you already have the 15 one,trust me anyone who is 15 can handle any movie just as good as any adult,3 years don't make a difference-Australia's rating only goes up to 15 and that's less naive.
Seriously,British people are so much more instructed and liberal than the ones in America but still you have harsher censorship than most countries.At least in the US with an NC-17 you can make whatever you wish ina a movie,like a pig defecating on a nun then raping her to only commit Sepuku.O yeah anh headbutting people and hitting them with Nunchackus.


Uhh, do you know anything about the American rating system? Did you even see This Film is Yet to be Rated? The system is much worse in America, as the NC-17 rating is seen as unmarketable, whereas films over here can do very well with a 15 or 18 certificate. That means that films are often severely cut just to get an R rating. The BBFC do an excelllent job compared to the MPAA. To further prove your ignorence youve gone on about some crap about cutting Casino Royale which simply isnt true.
The whole concept of R rated movies sounds pretty rubbish to me, if I want to see an 18 over here I can be glad that there most likely wont be people in there younger ruining my enjoyment.

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Thank God! - 6/11/2006 9:49:05 PM   
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Kim Newman has taken his first steps to winning me back over!

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RE: RE: - 7/11/2006 7:16:37 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: TheManWithNoShame

quote:

ORIGINAL: rams

Too bad It's cut in the UK.I still dont know how you people alow this,not even a 18 is safe from being cut,heck not even an R18 porn movie is isent from being cut.I went to the BBFC website and many porn movies with the R18 rating were cut because It did not follow the guidelines of the BBFC's "good taste"list.
If not even with an R18 rating you're free to make your movie that could only mean creative dictatorship,impedement of artistic free speach.
The BBFC should only be aloud to rate the movies not dictate them.they should not even make the suggestions"listen,if you cut these shots we'll give you a 12´that way the movie becomes more marketable" that they always do.They should just stick with the rating not the cutting.And for Christ sake's abolish the 18 certificate,you already have the 15 one,trust me anyone who is 15 can handle any movie just as good as any adult,3 years don't make a difference-Australia's rating only goes up to 15 and that's less naive.
Seriously,British people are so much more instructed and liberal than the ones in America but still you have harsher censorship than most countries.At least in the US with an NC-17 you can make whatever you wish ina a movie,like a pig defecating on a nun then raping her to only commit Sepuku.O yeah anh headbutting people and hitting them with Nunchackus.


Uhh, do you know anything about the American rating system? Did you even see This Film is Yet to be Rated? The system is much worse in America, as the NC-17 rating is seen as unmarketable, whereas films over here can do very well with a 15 or 18 certificate. That means that films are often severely cut just to get an R rating. The BBFC do an excelllent job compared to the MPAA. To further prove your ignorence youve gone on about some crap about cutting Casino Royale which simply isnt true.
The whole concept of R rated movies sounds pretty rubbish to me, if I want to see an 18 over here I can be glad that there most likely wont be people in there younger ruining my enjoyment.


I don't think rams has done his homework on the Australian ratings system, either. The harshest rating we have here is R, meaning only persons 18 years or older can be admitted. I don't really care, I'm over 18, and we generally show our films uncut, anyway...

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RE: RE: - 7/11/2006 9:25:00 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Super Hans

Although I'm still a little wary - Empire's reviews have been known to be influenced by hype


Ah yes, but this review was from the mighty Kim Newman, who isn't afraid to deflate the hype as his review of Snakes On A Plane amply demonstrated.

Am Psyched.

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RE: RE: - 7/11/2006 9:27:14 AM   
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Oh and also... is it me or has www.craignotbond.com disappeared?

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RE: Casino Royale - 7/11/2006 9:30:26 AM   
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A really good solid review without gushing - my anticipation for this film has officially gone up a notch!

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"The scent and smoke and sweat of a casino are nau... - 7/11/2006 9:30:38 AM   
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- 7/11/2006 12:08:28 PM   
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I remember posting a comment to the naysayers suggesting waiting to see the film before judgemensts were cast about the film/Craig. I'll still reserve judgement until I've seen it but from the reviews I've read it sounds freaking amazing. My plan is to set up a website which identifies the culprits of craignotcond.com so these so called Bond fans are banned from every cinema and are forced to sit at home and re-watch Moonraker whilst cracking one off over Roger's arched eye brow. Justice is served

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RE: RE: - 7/11/2006 3:42:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: BondVsPredator

Oh and also... is it me or has www.craignotbond.com disappeared?


Unfortunately whilst that sire is no more they're back as www.danielcraigisnotbond.com as sad as ever. They've managed to find a so-so review and put it up (as if they're even going to acknowledge good ones) and have a quote from some saddo or other bemoaning the fact that Craig apparently hasn't seen a Bond flick at the cinema for years

Give it up boys, you had a good stab at it but really, give it up



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RE: Casino Royale - 7/11/2006 3:53:14 PM   
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quote:

Ah yes, but this review was from the mighty Kim Newman, who isn't afraid to deflate the hype as his review of Snakes On A Plane amply demonstrated.

Am Psyched.


Aha, I see!  Nice one, I shall look forward to it a bit more then!

Slightly off topic, but I just remembered that Snakes on a Plane review - it made me laugh!  After months of hype, the review just dismissed it in a "Well, it was alright, what did you expect?" kind of way!



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RE: RE: - 7/11/2006 4:42:52 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Scruffybobby

Unfortunately whilst that sire is no more they're back as www.danielcraigisnotbond.com


OK well then let's celebrate the fact that even if they haven't learnt to love Craig, they've at least learnt to string a gramatically viable domain name together.

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Shhocking! - 7/11/2006 8:47:41 PM   
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I have to agree with empire. This film is what is needed to refresh a tired franchise. I have always been a fan of Flemings work but recent insallments of the Bond series had been lackluster cash ins with few thrills and too many spills. I personally have nothing against Craig and think his rough and ready performance adds to the spectacle and charm of the whole shebang. It is by no means a perfect movie but it achieves what it set out to do with faithfil grace and a bit of splendour . It left me totally satisfied and with a sigh of relief I can say: Welcome back Mr Bond. ..(Now I need a Martini...)

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RE: Shhocking! - 8/11/2006 3:42:34 PM   
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I've just had my first and only visit to danielcraigisnotbond. And how amusing it was!

To all of those involved with that website (anyone else please excuse me)  "Get fucked you losers!" Get girlfriends, get decent jobs, get a life, get out more, get whatever it is you need to get your heads out of your arses. Stop living in the past and being so childish about a new actor playing Bond. Your petty attempts to sabotage this Bond will not work. And your claim that this Bond movie will be the "turkey of the year" are just bullshit rantings by immature fools. How can you possibly think of yourself as Bond fans when you embark on such a pathetic crusade to try and destroy something you claim to love???

I really love the way they are desperately trying to convince anyone reading their ridiculous little site, that the 2 trashing reviews they have up were written by non-biased film fans. Yeah right! I'd be surprised if whoever wrote those have even seen the movie?

The Bond franchise was almost killed by the travesty that was Die Another Day. And even though I am a big Brosnan fan, it was time for him to go. Mainly because he is too old and looks it. But more because his Bond had became out of date very quickly. In those four films he became a throw away character, with more and more touches of Roger Moore's Bond in each film.

I have yet to see Casino Royale but I have every confidence in Daniel Craig and the direction they have taken with the story. The more I see, the better it looks. I am looking forward to this movie now more than ever.

Roll on next weekend!!!



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Casino Royale - 10/11/2006 1:30:59 AM   
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"I'll have a vodka martini” says the ruggedly handsome man in the tuxedo as he sits at the bar. "Shaken or stirred?” the barman asks; "do I look like I give a damn?” comes the brusque reply.

Yes, Bond is back but this time he's a little different. After Pierce Brosnan's tenure as everybody's favourite spy ended on a sour note - with 2002's abysmal Die Another Day - the powers that be have brought in a different type of actor to play the role, and they've promised us a different type of Bond. This film will be grittier and more realistic, we have been told, a Bond film which favours character over spectacle, a film in which the leading man has to rely on his wits rather than a set of handy gadgets. Statements like this indicate a desire to breathe new life into a franchise which sorely needed some freshening up.

In order to achieve this overhaul the producers have decided to take Bond back to his roots. Casino Royale was Ian Fleming's first Bond novel, and this adaptation details the character's uneasy early steps into the dangerous world of espionage. Played to great effect by Daniel Craig, Bond starts the film as an arrogant loose cannon - causing M (Judi Dench) to wonder if she made a mistake promoting him - and he ends the film as the Bond we know so well: cool, controlled, deadly. The film could easily have been titled Bond Begins.

In truth, despite all the claims of this being a new type of Bond film it doesn't risk straying too far from the tried-and-tested template. We still get a fistful of gorgeously shot far-flung locations to drool over (Prague, The Bahamas and Venice, among others), and of course there's a few gorgeously shot women on hand to necessitate a little more drooling (Eva Green and Catarina Murino). The huge explosions and spectacular stunts are all present and correct, and the film's screenplay still offers the occasional patch of muddy plotting alongside a few cheesy one-liners. But there is a different feel to it all this time around; it seems to take place in the real world, with a few flesh-and-blood characters, and the frequent acts of violence appear to carry some genuine weight. Casino Royale was never going to match the stripped-down
vérité style of, say, The Bourne Supremacy, but it's still the most engaging and thrilling Bond film in years.

The plot this time is on a smaller scale too: no dreams of world domination here, just the endless pursuit of cold, hard cash. After making a botched attempt to capture an arms dealer in Africa, Bond goes against orders to track down Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), a banker to the world's terrorists who has unwisely been gambling with his clients' funds. When Bond's intervention in a terrorist attack causes Le Chiffre to lose a serious amount of money, he organises a high-stakes poker game at the titular casino where he believes his card skills will easily raise the cash he needs to appease his angry customers. As the best poker player MI6 has at their disposal, Bond is instructed to take part in the game and take all of this dirty money; but M has him on a tight leash after a few too many irresponsible acts, and they send accountant Vesper Lynd (Green) along to keep an eye on him. Inevitably, the initially frosty relationship between Bond and Lynd soon melts into something considerably warmer, and their deepening connection forces him to make some tough decisions when Le Chiffre decides that getting her is the best way to get Bond.

Of course, the main focus of attention with every Bond film is on the man in the title role, and this focus has been intensified prior to Casino Royale's release with many hardcore fans protesting against the choice of Daniel Craig. Their fears were unfounded. Craig is probably the best actor to have taken on the role so far, and his excellent display here makes him the most impressive Bond since the heyday of Sean Connery. What's great about this performance is the way it develops over the course of the film; we see the rough edges and the inexperienced mistakes gradually fall by the wayside as Bond grows from a reckless hothead into a slick killer. Craig also brings a welcome amount of depth to the role, shading in Bond's personality in a deft and convincing way. A telling scene occurs just after he has dispatched two assailants in a frantic and bloody fistfight; he seems shaken as he stands alone in front of his bathroom mirror, needing a stiff drink to compose himself before he emerges looking as sharp as ever. Bond may kill in cold blood, but Craig always reminds us that he's only human.

The film is pretty well cast across the board. Mikkelsen has been one of the most consistent actors in Europe for years and he plays Le Chiffre in a brisk and contained manner. The villain has the usual physical deformity (a scarred eye which actually cries blood, no less) but Mikkelsen doesn't let him become a caricature, and there's a chilling efficiency about his dark deeds. After a shaky start, Eva Green seems to grow into the role of Vesper as her relationship with Craig develops, and she's ultimately a more effective Bond girl than most. Many fine actors pop up in smaller roles, some little more than cameos, but their presence is pleasing all the same; Jeffrey Wright is Felix Leiter, Giancarlo Giannini plays one of Bond's contacts, and Judi Dench offers typically excellent support as M. The film wisely dispenses with the likes of Q and Moneypenny as well - this Bond doesn't seem to have time for such distractions.

Casino Royale has been directed by Martin Campbell, and the decision to give him the reins is as important to the film's success as the choice of Craig. Campbell is an old hand at this kind of thing (he directed Goldeneye, the best of the Brosnan Bonds) and his direction here is everything it needs to be: professional, clear and with a keen eye for the spectacular. Campbell presides over two action sequences in the first half which are among the best of the series - a thrilling Parkour-inspired chase through a building site which is later topped by a gripping airport sequence with a great punch line - and he keeps the pace lively and sharp throughout, while also ensuring we can see everything that's taking place in a given scene, no matter how hectic things get. Casino Royale also lets us really feel the impact of Bond's actions, and the violence, from the inspired black-and-white opening sequence onwards, has a satisfyingly raw edge to it. Of course, Casino Royale also gives us the most notorious scene from Fleming's book, in which a naked Bond is tortured in a very specific and painful way, and the film really makes us feel as if our hero might be in danger of losing his double-oh's.

Casino Royale isn't a great film by any means. It suffers from a baggy midsection in which the misjudged length of time devoted to the central card game threatens to slow it to a standstill, and it also appears a little lopsided with the majority of the film's high points occurring in its first half (the Venice-set climax seems a little flat by comparison). There are other flaws too, but many of them are the kind of quibbles which are pretty much inherent to this franchise - like the odd dodgy plot development and the cheesy love scenes - and most are forgivable when the film is this enjoyable. Casino Royale is a refreshing change of pace after the recent, bloated Bond films - movies which seemed more concerned with their blockbuster status than staying true to the character's unique qualities - and in Daniel Craig it gives us a perfect embodiment of the man dreamed up by Ian Fleming so many years ago. For that, we should be thankful.

Welcome back, Mr Bond.


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RE: Casino Royale - 10/11/2006 3:38:53 AM   
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Nice review Mr.Philcannon..we're  did you see it by the way?

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RE: Casino Royale - 10/11/2006 10:49:59 AM   
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Thanks Bobby. There was a screening at the Soho hotel yesterday which a friend of mine was going to, and I went on his spare ticket.

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- 10/11/2006 4:01:46 PM   
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Hard Man Bond - 10/11/2006 4:04:35 PM   
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I bet its going to be a great film, those idiots at danielcraigisnotbond whats it all about? if you think of a real bond character he would be hard as nails, SAS trained, rough as anythign and someone who you woudl definatly not go up to at night!! So Daniel appears perfectly cast!! As for the ladies, well isn't it true that ugly guys often get all the hot girls???? (i don't know why either!)
can't wait to see it, nice review.

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Hard Man Bond - 10/11/2006 4:04:37 PM   
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I bet its going to be a great film, those idiots at danielcraigisnotbond whats it all about? if you think of a real bond character he would be hard as nails, SAS trained, rough as anythign and someone who you woudl definatly not go up to at night!! So Daniel appears perfectly cast!! As for the ladies, well isn't it true that ugly guys often get all the hot girls???? (i don't know why either!)
can't wait to see it, nice review.

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Bloody WOW! - 10/11/2006 4:11:56 PM   
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Best Bond ever. Film AND star. Or at least a tie with From Russia With Love. Yeah!

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