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Which is Daniel Craig’s best James Bond film?

Daniel Craig - Film Premiere "Spectre" 007 - on the Red Carpet in Berlin (22387409720) (cropped).jpg

Daniel Craig has now outed as Bond on four occasions, and he has certainly lived up to expectations in the role and with him personally been the Bond I’ve grown up with – he’s made be fall in love with the character and ensures I watched all previous Bond’s from the past. However, we want to see which is his best film and why; we delve deeper into that today.

 

Daniel Craig’s latest episode of in Spectre was a bit lack-lustre for our liking, starting well with good cinematography through Mexico City and Rome. Craig, potentially too old for the role now, still seems to be dating women who are young enough to be hit daughter and seems to be a film of contrasting views on where the films direction should go between drama and personalisation and then action an d big-money scenes. Not Bond’s finest work, and hopefully not his last as he deserves to go out with a bang.

The poster shows Daniel Craig as James Bond, wearing a business suit with a loose tie and holding a gun. Behind him is a silhouette of a woman showing a building with a sign reading "Casino Royale" and a dark grey Aston Martin DBS below the building. At the bottom left of the image is the title "Casino Royale" – both "O"s stand above each other, and below them is a 7 with a trigger and gun barrel, forming Bond's codename: "Agent 007" – and the credits.

Casino Royal, my personal favourite of the four, bursting onto the scene and making a statement to say that the new Bond is here. Final scenes in the casino where he wins big and ends the night with arrogance really showed that Craig is up for the job. Fancy yourself at winning big also like Bond in the casino? Here at Gambling Sites Not On Gamstop you can now re-utilised the gambling markets after events starting up again after Covid-19 and lockdown restrictions. Casinos have been an ever-popular past time in lockdown, but now with sporting events back up and running, the offers and discounts being offered are incredible.

The poster shows James Bond wearing a tuxedo and holding a gun, standing in front of an image that looks like it was taken from the inside of a gun barrel, with the London skyline visible behind him. Text at the bottom of the poster reveals the film title and credits.

Skyfall was a huge spectacle when it was first released on the 50th anniversary of Bonds, and living up to them expectations was never going to be easy – but we believe Craig made it a success. Javier Bardem, the villain, was someone to be feared and had a real aura around him, and the main song written and performed by Adele was an incredible moment for not just the series but Britain in general. Ending the reign of Judi Dench as M, a beautiful end for a reign for her also. Skyfall – a great success.

Empire Design's poster for Quantum of Solace

Finally, Quantum of Solace, the film that actually goes under the radar as one of Bond’s major winners from the four. Never has a Bond played a role better than he has here in our opinion – anrgy, annoyed and a serious drive with the force of knowing nothing will get in his way until he gets what he wants, a very impressive performance.

 

 

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