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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

GREENLIGHT #93: Casino Royale (with "Goldfinger" and "Harper")

Ann and Les will bet their houses on Casino Royale (2006.) Ann, as a matter of fact, would bet more than that. She LOVES the blond-haired blue-eyed Daniel Craig as the new James Bond. Les thinks he's pretty great too. In this movie, we meet James Bond just as he receives his 007 status. His first mission, which they quickly asked him not to accept although, "him being him," no one was surprised to see him stay on the case, was to stop a banker-to-terrorists from winning $100 million in an exclusive poker game. The banker terrorist with the bleeding eye is played by Mads Mikkelsen and he plays him interestingly as a vincible villain. The Bond girl is played freshly by Eva Green. She gets to be smart and sexy and reveals a vulnerability to the young Bond, James Bond. Ann and Les were also thoroughly enjoyed director Martin Campbell's thrilling yet very un-Bond like realistic action sequences. For their GREENLIGHT Rentals, Les recommends his formerly favorite Bond film called Goldfinger (1964) featuring his formerly favorite Bond played by Sean Connery and the oh-so-memorable Honor Blackman as Bond girl Galore. Ann recommends another movie featuring a blue-eyed charmer, Paul Newman, and the ever-glamorous though barely out of her teens, Lauren Bacall called Harper (1966.)

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