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    Casino Royale

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    Daniel Craig’s new James Bond in Casino Royale breathes fresh life into what had become, in my opinion, a rather tired and worn out concept - a striking achievement, considering Casino Royale was Ian Fleming’s first novel in the series, written in 1953. We encounter Bond as a fledgling British agent, yet to gain MI6 double-0 Status, with its ‘licence to kill’. The film strikes me as being more violent than previous Bond films, showing him cleaning up after the action - indeed, some of his injuries

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    Casino Royale

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    films? That using women and killing men on a whim are not onl... ... middle of paper ... ...'s Last Line of Defence: Miss Moneypenny And The Desperations Of Filmic Feminism. " Hecate 24.(1998): 93.Academic Search Complete. Web. 24 Feb.2012. Casino Royal. Dir Martin Campbell. Perf. Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, and Judi Dench. Columbia Pictures, 2006. DVD. Tompkins,Aimee. “The Psychological Effects of Violent Media on Children.”All Phsych Journal (2003) Web Sharon Snyder-Suhy,

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    James Bond Casino Royale

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    have always, like countless others, been a fan of the James Bond movies, and I thought that Daniel Craig quickly established himself in the role with his appearance in the film Casino Royale. All the same, I truly think that he claimed the role as his own with his performance in Skyfall, because whilst, in Casino Royale he had shown himself to be a different and exciting incarnation of Bond, an impression that was enhanced by his memorable performance as the disgruntled agent in Quantum of Solace

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    to make them more appealing to men. Mulvey believed Hollywood films used women as an “erotic” object and that the narrative of films is mostly constructed to give heterosexual male audiences the opportunity to admire the female body (170). In Casino Royale, it is obvious when the camera focuses in on the physical aspects of Vesper Lynd wearing tight-fitting clothing. The attractive image becomes almost iconic for male viewers. Camera effects, mise-en-scene and sound are all used to portray and alter

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    Introduction - Content Films such as Casino Royale and Mission Impossible are both culturally significant to how people’s general opinions of spies and the profession of espionage. Ian Flemings Bond movies are the longest running film series ever and this helps the perception and opinions of the films to be passed on from generation to generation. So far six actors have taken on the role of James Bond and all were significant super fit good-looking and popular actors. This only helps to increase

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    Ian Fleming published his first novel, Casino Royale, in 1953. Later on, in 2006 a film was made based on the novel. Fleming published his novel pertaining a man, James Bond, who is a British secret agent and is licensed to kill. Bond is told to gamble with Le Chiffre, who is a member of the Russian secret service. James Bond is assigned a female partner, Vesper Lynd, who is actually a double agent for Russia and Great Britain. Throughout Casino Royale, James Bond is brought to the readers as

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    My essay is going to be about the similarities and differences between ‘Casino Royale’ and ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. I Will explore all aspects of each film including, Bond, the Bond girls, the villain and enemy, special effects and the mise-en-scene. The opening scenes are both similar yet different in both films. ‘Casino Royale’ starts off with free running, a modern sport that makes the audience want to keep watching. It is dangerous, new age and suits the film itself. It is also a sport which

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    How the language used in James Bond’s ‘Casino Royale’ represents the power struggle between men and women? Introduction When Vesper Lynd deduced that Bond typically saw his women as “disposable pleasures” rather than “meaningful pursuits”, she hit the nail on the head. Ian Fleming’s first spy thriller novel, ‘Casino Royale’ written in 1953 begins at the start of Bond’s career, and since then women in the film franchise have become a brand, with similar traits- sexy, glamorous and seducible, but

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    The climax of James Bond films After watching two James Bond films, Casino Royale and Tomorrow never dies, I found the way these two films handle climaxes are very different. Firstly, I would like to briefly summarize the climax within these two films. In Casino Royale, the first climax comes when James Bond got poisoned in the casino by his enemy Le Chiffre, he staggered ran out and called his colleagues seek for help. However, at this critical moment, he found the cable of the heart pacemaker

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    Role Model

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    When we think of a role model, we think of superheroes or maybe even our parents. In 1952, the book Casino Royale first introduced to the world the character of James Bond. Bond was a hero to post-war adults and children, who had lost confidence in Britain. Who was no longer a superpower in the world. James bond reminded people of a time when Britain was great. The character of James Bond was and is very special for its time. Britain was rebuilding after two world wars. Ian Fleming was born May

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    Both the novel and film adaptations of Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale emerge during times of immense social and political change. The novel was published in 1953, a time following World War II while entering into the Cold War. This was a period of rebuilding and rationing, coupled with the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II bringing hope for “New Elizabethan Age” (Berberich, 15). The 2006 film follows 9/11 Terrorist Attacks and during the War on Terror. The London Underground suicide bombings in 2005

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    You would think after 25 James Bond films we’ve come to know agent 007. Turns out there’s a lot more to know. For instance, we think Bond prefers to drive an Aston Martin and only drinks ‘vodka martini, shaken not stirred.” But he only drove an Aston Martin in one Ian Fleming novel, Goldfinger (1959), choosing to drive a Bentley in all the other books. If you’ve only seen the films, there’s a whole lot about Bond you’re missing. Regarding his preferred libation, researchers sifting through 14

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    The Film The World Is Not Enough The James Bond film 'The World Is Not Enough' works backwards, setting the release date first, and working to meet that deadline, which is opposite to most other mainstream films that work out the script and produce the film before they set a release date. In the case of 'The World Is Not Enough' a producer was appointed and then possible release dates were suggested. This gave the producer the amount of time he had to make the film and effectively gave him

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    Ian Fleming and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service You can always tell the power of an incredible artist by the amount of people influenced by their work. Ian Fleming’s works have touched people of all ages. From children to the elderly, he has a book that could entertain them all. Risk taking is a common theme in many, if not most of his novels. By looking at On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, one can see that Ian Fleming included the theme of risk taking because he himself enjoyed and experienced plenty

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    Product Placement in Film and Television Today

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    Ford paid the producers of Casino Royale, another James Bond movie, $14 million dollars to have a three-minute spot featuring Ford’s new Mondeo. Companies, brands and conglomerates are starting to branch out in their marketing and advertising techniques. This is only one example out of millions. Product placement today, throughout the media and film industry, is a new advancement in the way a company can advertise and market. Product placement is a new tactic in advertising and marketing that allows

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    The Change of Bond Girls

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    The Change of Bond Girls In Adams' article Bond Girls:gender, technology and film she says that the question, how have Bond girls changed? "Blonder, dumber and thinner" would not be an

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    Research and Methodology to Reserach the Representation of Women in James Bond Films My chosen topic was Women and Film and I undertook research, which focused upon how the representation of women in James Bond films have changed over the course of the franchise. I thought the Internet would be a good source as it is reasonably reliable, up to date, allows me access to a wealth of information although you have to refine your search to gain access to information appropriate for you. I decided

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    The Main Conventions of James Bond Movies The character of James Bond is seen to the audience as a hero. Everyone wants to be James Bond because of his charming good-looks and the gorgeous, seductive and underdressed women that he gets to sleep with. Bond is smart, intelligent and unbelievably cool. James Bond is a very sophisticated, good looking and strong character. The name James Bond says he is obviously an English family man. Bond is usually aged between 35 and 40 but is still as athletic

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    Sky Fall Movie Review

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    This film gives you everything from astonishing scenes to a steely eyed Daniel Craig (Bond-007) he ensures the film is explosively entertaining, filled with scenes that you wouldn’t imagine happening that blows your mind when watching it and giving the die-hard fans the best of Bond in 50 years. Directed by Sam Mendes “sky fall” offers exotic patronising locations like shanghai and Istanbul where there are astounding energy chase sequences which took place on rooftops in the London underground as

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    Analysis of James Bond Film Trailers A trailer is made up of clips taken from a film. The selection of clips is cleverly edited together usually using computer generated effects. These trailers

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