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Vesper Lynd is a fictional character featured in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Casino Royale. At the end of the film Quantum of Solace, Yusef is revealed to be an agent working for Quantum, asked to seduce high-ranking.


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The ending wasn't bad IMO. Did I miss something or is Le Chiffre still presumed alive?


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Vesper Lynd is a fictional character featured in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Casino Royale. At the end of the film Quantum of Solace, Yusef is revealed to be an agent working for Quantum, asked to seduce high-ranking.


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On the Supposedly Brilliant Ending of Casino Royale. By Ian Dunross December 23, For clarity, all book titles and plays are displayed in small caps.


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thelivingroyale wrote: I think casino royales ending is misleading. Craig takes out white, smiles and says "bond, james bond", and the bond theme.


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thelivingroyale wrote: I think casino royales ending is misleading. Craig takes out white, smiles and says "bond, james bond", and the bond theme.


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Casino Royale is a spy film, the twenty-first in the Eon Productions James Bond series, The main Italian location was Venice, where the majority of the film's ending is set. The scene with Bond on a sailboat was filmed aboard a ​foot.


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Daniel Craig took over as James Bond in Casino Royale. Hence the effect is less beginning, middle, end, more Film 1, Film 2, Film 3.


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Casino Royale's Ending With Quantum of Solace's Opening

For one of the great heroes of cinema, Bond is rarely heroic. From the shot of the train snaking through the forest to Le Chiffre falling lifeless to the floor, the quality is so high you practically get vertigo. Craig is wonderful from his first line but the smile marks the moment he utterly takes ownership of the character. The second section of Casino Royale is quite possibly the best Bond film ever made. But of course Vesper must be exposed so on we plod to Venice. Yet the dramatic tension is lost; the climax has come and gone. Spiritually the last twenty minutes of Casino Royale are in fact the first twenty of Quantum Of Solace.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Umpteen moments of inspiration clamor for attention; Bond inventing the Vesper Martini is a personal favorite. Tough business, this screenwriting lark. And the highly amusing commentary from MI6 Casino Royale is much funnier than many people credit. Somewhere in the confusion Casino Royale stops and we start watching Quantum Of Solace without realizing it. In many ways Casino Royale is a love story; all that poker stuff is just good filler. I love the jarring white of the toilet as Bond downs his salt: very trippy. But enter Mr White and exit Le Chiffre. Is it massively coincidental that Dimitros happens to text the terrorist in the carpark Bond uses the timestamp to identify his quarry via security camera or have I missed something? Was such a reaction common or was my cinema just dirty minded? Never even blinks. Those reviews must have been sweet. Two desperate men going head to head in what is essentially a battle to the death. No need to grandstand β€” just watch us work. Lying atop Bond on the floor, I remember the whole cinema stiffening as she descended towards his groin and out of shot. Coherence is replaced by confusion; as yet unseen characters suddenly take center stage. But faced with certain death he never falters. The parkour chase, like much of what is good about Casino Royale including the film as a whole , overstays its welcome. Each reaches their own mini-climax, each is essentially self-contained; only Bond, and later Vesper, figure prominently in any two. Mads Mikkelsen has the Christopher Walken that guy just looks bad. It is impossible to imagine any other Vesper than Eva Green. Her first encounter with Bond is exquisite, the pair playfully trading barbs over dinner. Two desperate men with nothing to lose. A battle of wills. Without question theirs is the truest relationship of the series. It feels a little jarring: a piece of the previous film colliding into this one. Before we get stuck in, let me share a theory. The brilliance of the poker lies in the simplicity of the set-up. As a moderately keen player I appreciate the lunacy of the hands without getting overly aggravated β€” as some of my more serious poker playing friends do. Gorgeous, gorgeous scene from everybody: actors, writers, director, even the guy who made the chair. Slightly smutty but amusing tangent on the aborted tryst of Bond and Solange. Presumably she was too soft-hearted to follow her mission and let the unhelpful agent die. Does the Casino Royale not have any security cameras? Flirting with fangs, so to speak. He reached the last two β€” and his subsequent career proves Bond would have been well within his capabilities, perhaps even then. Sharp yet fragile, intelligent but capable of serious misjudgement and a sucker for a necklace. Amid all the action, my favourite two moments keep quiet. Vesper sure sussed it quickly β€” must teach you all sorts on accountancy courses. Remarkable: most Bonds require a film to get comfortable. Not only does it mimic the book but the Le Chiffre storyline is done, the game is over. Starkly, almost cruelly handsome, a milky blind eye and a gaze colder than midnight frost β€” he plays Le Chiffre as a human shark. The quality and indeed the fabric of these three sections vary remarkably. The most wince-inducing use of a rope ever depicted on screen. My theory? How does he even know Bond suspects Mathis? But the odds of that hand are ludicrously long. Is she the one who warns Le Chiffre about the tell? The contrast with Bond is wonderful: I love the bit where Foucan acrobatically slips through a gap in a wall Bond promptly bulldozes with his body. Hence the effect is less beginning, middle, end, more Film 1, Film 2, Film 3. But the permutations give me much joy and I wanted to share it. Superhuman frequently but rarely heroic; being infallible means you rarely need to be brave. The rest of the film is comfortably strong enough to rise above this steep decline but the crown of Best Bond Ever is lost. Only one hand on the entire board could beat him: four jacks, which of course Le Chiffre has. The interspersed toilet fight pads out the scene and introduces the brute force of the new Bond. And nobody but Bond has ever noticed this before now. How Bond could to forget to plug in the defibrillator. Have Bond throw the bugger off. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This one? One sympathizes. This must be so. His rivalry with Bond perfectly complements the Vesper romance. The black and white opening is a masterstroke; immediately dragging the audience into uncharted territory. Gradually the legend builds itself around you. Very nearly the best James Bond movie of them all. Like its star, the pre-credits is all sparse confidence and sinew. Onto the Bahamas. Felix accomplishes this trick. But then what about the shower cuddle…? Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! He seems pretty confident for a man facing an overcard. But here the film is right and I am wrong. Her casino entrance in the purple dress, his cradling of her in the shower β€” everything is shown, not told. Admire your balls sir. Especially when he takes a second to kill the one unarmed man in the place. Good hypothetical: what if year-old Henry Cavill got the nod? How exactly are Quantum using her? His snivelling before the angry African dictator is refreshing for a villain, although I admit I prefer my baddies to have a bit more bottle. The final section, Venice , completely drops the ball. It works brilliantly in establishing Craig as impossibly tough and implacable β€” two red lights shine behind his eyes. But the chase should end atop the crane. I should stress, none of the above is a critique. Miami airport slips down nicely. So many wonderful moments at the casino. Ad β€” content continues below. Building the entire film around one card game is a masterstroke: the simplicity of the premise allows room for the Bond legend to grow. I refuse to accept Bond can outdraw a courtyard of nervous armed soldiers, all of whom are aiming directly at him. The poisoning incident, however, is very good. Suffice to say I bet a lot of people felt very, very silly when Casino Royale was released. An instant classic of its kind. Watching him leap and slide around the building site is a sight of mesmeric beauty. Daniel Craig? The embassy should never be reached. Little actually happens; Bond surprises a double agent in his office, a few words are exchanged, and then the traitor is abruptly executed.