RSS

Posts Tagged ‘Daniel Craig’

7 Defining Gambling Scenes in Movie History

— by SIMON LEDGER — Gambling scenes in movies keep you on the edge of your seat. They usually come at the crucial point in the film, bringing high-tension drama to the table. Gambling has become more accessible to the general public in the US over recent years. Online casinos and sportsb[...]

The best gambling movies

Gambling is fun, entertaining and rewarding. Whether you are playing online casino games for real money or you are betting on sports, the experience is awesome. However, having a little motivation is not bad. As some draw motivation from gambling songs and books, some can get inspiration from movies[...]

The best films set in casinos

When it comes to the best films set in a casino, some of the most intense, thought-driven scenes rarely depict them as being in a casino. For example, take “Rain Man,” a comedy-drama directed by Barry Levinson. Towards the middle of the film, we see Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) realise his recen[...]

James Bond now has a track at Peyragudes

The 007, like James Bond, is the name of the new blue (panoramic) trail (2760 m long), which now provides a ski back from the top of the Sérias chairlift to the Ballestas area. The station of Peyragudes was baptised on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the filming of the movie “Tomorrow[...]

The Next Bond, James Bond

Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery and Roger Moore are just some of the greats who have took on the James Bond role. But who is next in line to take their martini shaken, not stirred? Producers are still hopeful of attracting Daniel Craig back for one more film, however that is thought to be[...]

Review: Skyfall

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — I was already imaging in my mind how my introduction to this review for “Skyfall” would run even before watching the movie. I am a longtime Bond fan, and after watching the trailers for the film, and reading about its enormous success abroad, I pretty muc[...]

Review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

— by BEV QUESTAD — I am Lisbeth … Lisbeth Salander. I was created by Stieg Larsson and transferred to celluloid by Niels Oplev. Then Daniel Alfredson. Then David Fincher. Why did anyone think they could be successful at this? The Cast In Oplev and Alfredson’s versions I was portrayed[...]

Under Review: ‘Cowboys & Aliens’

— by ADAM POYNTER — Westerns have long been a staple in cinema and an equally large trend since the beginning of movie-making has been science fiction, so when you hear that these two popular genres are being combined, you can’t help but feel intrigued and excited. Plus, “Cowboys[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Dream House’

— by ALEXA MILAN — Remember when trailers used to genuinely tease movies, showing just enough to pique people’s interest and leave them wanting more? Whoever edited the trailer for the thriller “Dream House” clearly doesn’t abide by those old rules, having given a[...]

New Trailer for ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ Premieres

— by ADAM POYNTER — There are very few films with a title as unique and intriguing as Jon Favreau’s upcoming sci-fi western film “Cowboys & Aliens.” Directed by the man who brought us “Iron Man” and produced by cinematic giants Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard, “Cowbo[...]

Is Naomie Harris Targeting Bond Role?

— by ALEXA MILAN — Has Daniel Craig found his next Bond girl? According to a report from Entertainment Weekly, actress Naomie Harris may step into the role of James Bond’s latest female sidekick/potential love interest. The news was first reported[...]

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Red-Band Trailer

— by SHERICE ANTOINETTE — Before I begin, let me preface my brief review by saying I’ve viewed the original Millennium Trilogy starring Noomi Rapace. And because of that, my opinion is tainted. While watching those electrifying film adaptations, I was shocked by Rapace’s gritty[...]

The Adventures of Tintin: Teaser Trailer

— by ALLISON HIGGINBOTHAM — I have to admit when I heard the title for “The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn,” I wasn’t overly optimistic for the movie. It sounded like something that was going straight to DVD. However, my interest piqued when I started seeing who[...]

The Adventures of Tintin: Two Posters

— by ADAM POYNTER — “The Adventures of Tintin” is a series of comic strips (now referred to as comic books) created by the Belgian artist George Rémi in 1929. They weave a tale about an adventurous young reporter who goes on adventures that have a simple and formulaic[...]