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Friday, November 17, 2006

More Royale, Craig props

Casino Royale may be in danger of excessive hype, but I'll weigh in with my thoughts tomorrow. Here's another rave review, entitled "Jackpot," from the Boston Globe:

  • "In Daniel Craig, the Bond franchise has finally found a 007 whose cruel charisma rivals that of Sean Connery."
  • "The new James Bond is quick and muscular, and there is nothing remotely camp about him."
  • "No slight to Connery, Timothy Dalton, or Pierce Brosnan, but there’s something to be said for casting an actor of depth and creative daring as Bond. Craig hardly overplays the role, but he gives us proof of the young 007’s arrogance and immaturity, shows him tempered by mistakes, and even lets him fall in love with believable reluctance followed by commitment."

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