Casino Royale was Ian Fleming’s first James Bond novel and it has two movies made – but which is the better one?
The 1967 Casino Royale starring Ursula Andress and Peter Sellers was a weak and twisted version of the original book written by Ian Fleming. The Bond movie did nothing in comparison with the 2006 Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig Bond.
Casino Royale 1967 and 2006 are stars away from each other. The original movie doesn’t do well in a lot of things, taking cues from the book but pushing changes into the script makes for a bad plotline. On the other hand, Casino Royale 2006 changes the location of events and introduces Bond with a human touch of real pain and love.
Daniel Craig Bond against the Plot of 1967 Casino Royale
In the 1967 movie, James Bond is not James Bond at all. The usually British spy is made into an American Agent. This is not all; taking cues from the book, a lot of the characters have changes made into them and the movie is a stupid drama before you know it.
The 2006 movie starring Daniel Craig outdoes the 1967 movie and in the opinion of many, is the best Bond movie ever. Why do you ask? The reason behind the Casino Royale 2006 being a great hit against the 1967 fake Bond is because it has taken up the original script as it was own. The movie delves deep into the character rather than scratching the surface of the super spy, they show the man as he is. Bond experiences a heart attack.
Daniel Craig: Bond only action or more?
The older Bond movies were all about action and women. Casino Royale 1967 is no different. The line delivery is a little off and because of it, almost the entire the movie.
Daniel Craig starrer Casino Royale is gritty, almost too gritty for the people who don’t have the heart for blood. Vesper is one of those people in the movie itself. The scene of Bond’s resuscitation is unforgettable. This is where Bond vs Bond stands out at the best; 1967 Casino Royale does not do anything against 2006 Daniel Craig-starrer.
The Heart of Bond against 1967 Casino Royale
The Bond of earlier times is mostly bigotry influenced misogynists. The reason that Daniel Craig is the first Bond to ever show emotions; the earlier Bonds were seemingly unemotional. Daniel Craig is the first who goes out of his way to take revenge in Quantum Solace, the Bond movie that comes after the Casino Royale.
1967 Casino Royale stands nowhere against 2006 Casino Royale because of the sheer humanity against bloodshed alone in the latter.