If you haven't seen it yet, GO DO IT ALREADY! I'll be adding it to the DVD collection when it comes out. Daniel Craig makes a better Bond than I would have thought. Much better than Pierce Brosnan (and I really liked him). It was down and dirty Bond and back to the basics... I'm not going to go into spoiler mode... it's just a real good movie and I'm sure most would love it. Two thumbs up and a 4 out of 5 for this guy.<br><br>
I say it's worth seeing and you're right Craig is good in the role. But, I thought he would be. I also like Eva Green. Even though I find British accents not sexy she remains a babe. And you have to appreciate no over the top CGI (I think there's a little in every film now) in this type of film. Having said that I left the theater disappointed. Sort of the same way I did from Departed. Any time I know EXACTLY what is going to happen with a third of the film left I'm going to be disappointed. And in the scene in the boat with the 2 stars I mentioned I surmised the entire rest of the film and it didn't do anything to surprise me.<br><br>
I was bored in the middle. Seriously, how long do I have to watch them play cards? And Texas Hold'em?!? Come one, am I really supposed to believe James Bond and snooty super criminals are play Texas Hold'em?<br><br>The end was ok, but I was waiting for a super-ultra cheesy stunt that never arrived.<br><br>The chase at the beginning was fantastic though - the best part of the movie, by far.<br><br>
I was thinking the same thing as they were playing cards... but the more I thought about it... the more fun it became. It was the whole "spy" thing... they didn't put "the super-ultra cheesy" stunt in. Which I really liked... if you want that... may I suggest Transporter 2... ugh...<br><br>That chase in the beginning was really good... <br><br>
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