Using a rich spy arsenal, James Bond enters a duel with the financial genius of the underworld Le Schiffrom. But the general battle against him can be won only by the power of the mind, and not on the battlefield, but on the green cloth of the Royal Casino.
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Despite the fact that there are a lot of James Bond films, I watched only a few, but Casino Royale hooked me more than the others. This film clearly shows what a quality multi-budget movie should look like. In it, the dynamics of the plot, the game of actors, and special effects look very harmonious. Generally speaking, the creators did their best.
First of all, I want to note the brilliant work of the scriptwriters. It is very interesting to follow the development of the plot, character dialogues are perfectly spelled out. In this film, the plot moves inherent in all Bondian films are very competently combined with love experiences that really touch the living and do not look superfluous, but on the contrary give a peculiar zest.
How good the acting was just beyond words. I admire the talent of Eva Green, which I had only seen in Dreamers before. Daniel Craig coped with the task of translating on the screen a lover and at the same time a merciless man. The main characters complemented each other in everything. Each of their dialogue, each movement, each look was permeated with confidence and feeling.
Staging and special effects were pretty good. I liked the soundtrack performed by Chris Cornell and the musical accompaniment in general.
To summarize, I can say that love is not worth bluffing, this is one of the main subtexts in Casino Royale.
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)