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There is even a subliminal glimpse of that chief blagger of product placements, Sir Richard Branson. Le Chiffre is played by Mads Mikkelsen, in which role he has the privilege of following Orson Welles from the spoof version. Craig was inspired casting. But Craig strikes some very erotic sparks from Vesper Lynd, with some loaded bantering over dinner in a first-class railway compartment, and finally, from him, a dead-straight passionate declaration of love. James Bond. I'd like see the next few films tackle 's off-duty life more: his hangovers, his money worries. For the first time in ages, I am actually looking forward to the next James Bond movie. Back in Blighty Casino Royale was shot partly in Prague, but the next film in the series will make Pinewood studios its main base. Now he has taken on the mantle of , and the result is a death-defying, sportscar-driving, female-back-fondling, cocktail-recipe-specifying triumph. The franchise is still apparently stuck with branding and concealed advertising, as well as the naff euro-trash hotels, with receptionists who get their plug in - "Welcome to the Hotel Splendide! It is all ridiculously enjoyable, because the smirking and the quips and the gadgets have been cut back - and the emotion and wholesome sado-masochism have been pumped up. As far as Bond's erotic life goes, the movie retains one important element from Fleming's novel: Bond gets tortured - in the nude! Peter Bradshaw. The Treasury official accompanying Bond to the casino and fronting up zillions of pounds of taxpayer's cash is the slinky Miss Vesper Lynd, played by Eva Green, who speaks English in a residual French accent that makes her sound permanently sarky. He's easily the best Bond since Sean Connery, and perhaps even - well, let's not get carried away. My only regret is that the classic Barry theme tune is saved for the closing credits.

But that's enough about his performance as Ted Hughes. And though Bond wins a vintage Aston Martin without ejector seat link a card game, it's not a very gadgety movie, excepting all those mobiles and laptops with their impossibly lightning-fast graphics and streaming video.

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Casino Royale. Despite the big hair, she is no run-of-the-mill Bond girl; with her Olympic-standard embonpoint and inverted triangle face, she has a sexy head-girl haughtiness, and the many close-ups of her tensely appalled expression by the card table make it look as if she has witnessed Bond dissecting a frog on the green baize. Mr Craig brings off cinema's most preposterous role with insouciant grit: I hope he doesn't quit too soon. It's a gamey scene that has caused generations of Bond readers to nurse and then uneasily suppress certain wonderings about the nature of 's fanbase. He has effortless presence and lethal danger; he brings a serious actor's ability to a fundamentally unserious part; he brings out the playfulness and the absurdity, yet never sends it up. These wonderings will not, I have to say, be quashed by Daniel Craig's pert swimming costume. Sweetly, Bond doesn't have sex with anyone else in the film. His spurs earned, Bond must now tackle his first super-villain: Le Chiffre, banker to Smersh in the original, now accountant and financier to international terrorists everywhere, though al-Qaida and anyone else from the Middle East are coyly left unmentioned. After a very nasty and violent killing in a men's room, shot in grainy monochrome, Bond earns his official double-0 rating with a second wet job: the unofficial whacking of a traitor in the higher reaches of MI6. This is not exactly back-to-basics Bond. Daniel Craig could make it work. M is Dame Judi Dench, splendidly icy and disapproving, yet caring. The key to his X-factor is that Craig looks as if he would be equally at home playing a Bond villain.