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Casino Royale is a 2006 movie with a runtime of 144
Director Martin Campbell,
Cast Daniel Craig,
Le Chiffre, a banker to the world's terrorists, is scheduled to participate in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro, where he intends to use his winnings to establish his financial grip on the terrorist market. M sends Bond—on his maiden mission as a 00 Agent—to attend this game and prevent Le Chiffre from winning. With the help of Vesper Lynd and Felix Leiter, Bond enters the most important poker game in his already dangerous career. Currently you are able to watch "Casino Royale
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- MPAA Reason
- Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action, a scene of torture, sexual content and nudity.
- BBFC Reason
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based on novel or book,
british secret service,
- BBFC Ratings info
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- There is a scene where we see a woman changing, brief and no nudity.
It's implied Bond and a woman go into a room to have sex. Not shown.
Bond lifts Vesper off the ground and we see an incredibly brief flash of her butt from under her dress. It's very quick and almost impossible to notice.
Bond is nude while being tortured. Nothing is seen and this scene is not sexual.
Sexual references and flirting, nothing too graphic
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A few mild sex references. None are explicit.
Some tight outfits (for both men and women) are seen. Nothing graphic.
There is no male nudity. Female nudity is slight and brief.
Bond stares at a woman in a sexy outfit.
A woman is saved from water and laid on the ground, her breasts and nipples are visible through her wet dress.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- The movie is on edge of PG-13 and R-rating. Violence isn't gory or graphic. However it's most violent James Bond film to date. The movie is definitely more brutal than its predecessors and bit more violent than the Bourne franchise.
Bond and another man fight inside a truck on a runway, and the truck crashes through several cars and objects, and eventually explodes, though both men escape beforehand.
There's a brutal fight in a bathroom during the opening sequence, in which Bond fights with a man, and the two crash through several stalls. He continues violently beating the man, before drowning him in a bathroom sink. The man recovers later, and Bond turns and shoots him, though the man is never seen being shot.
Bond shoots a man directly in the chest. The man flips off his chair, and there is the sound of the bullet impacting his chest, although no blood.
A scene of torture, where Bond is sadistically beaten with a knotted rope. It is very heavily implied that the target is his genitals, and we hear very disturbing shouts of pain. At the end of the sequence, the main antagonist threatens to cut off his genitals but is interrupted by another assassin.
The implied torture death of a character, to which another character responds by turning away as if about to be sick. We see a close up of the dead character's face, and although no wounds are shown, her dead grey eyes staring into space could be disturbing.
A character is blown up by his own device offscreen. Camera lingers on him right until the final moment.
An innocent character has his neck broken but without an obvious sound effect to lessen the impact.
Bond gets into a brutal fight with two men in a stairwell, and it ends when the last character is choked to death by Bond, camera lingers on him as he dies slowly. We see his eyes bulging and his legs kicking as he struggles. One of the most disturbing Bond scenes.
A character is stabbed in the stomach with a knife after a brief struggle and falls unconscious. It is implied he is dead.
A character is shot in the head offscreen. We see his body fall to the ground in front of us with a clear bullet hole in his forehead.
A character is shocked by a taser and falls unconscious.
There's a lengthy chase sequence on the beginning in which Bond chases a man through a construction site. Lots of property damage occurs, and Bond briefly fights the man on top of a crane. Bond chases him to an embassy, and fights several soldiers. Bond eventually shoots the man and a gas tank, causing a large explosion which harms other soldiers.
Mr. White is shot in the leg in the end by Bond.
Vesper drowns in a sinking building. Camera lingers on her as she dies slowly.
There's a lengthy shootout in an alley that moves into a mill over water. Bond shoots several men, one in the head, and there's lots of destruction once the mill begins to collapse. Bond also brutally fights with several men, and kills two with a nailgun, and one of the nails goes into an opponent's eye, although this happens in a dimly lit area and isn't focused on.
- Profanity Reason
- 1 use of 'prick'.
Several uses of 'd*mn'.
Several uses of 'hell'.
Several uses of 'b*tch'.
Several uses each of 'bloody', and 'bugger'.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- No smoking, only alcohol drinks
While gambling, Bond experiments with a martini combination and is pleased with the results.
Bond drinks to steady his nerves after a near-fatal confrontation.
Bond likes his cocktails, and drinks several.
Alcohol is ordered and consumed by several of the characters throughout the film.
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- A lot of the violent scenes have the potential to be disturbing, and the build-up is often very tense.
The torture scene is very intense.
The parkour chase is intense, and violent.
Terrorists hold out a woman's arm and threaten to cut it off with a machete, though this scene is very brief, and the threat seems more intended to frighten another character than made in earnest.
The stairwell fight scene is very intense.
Kids are seen in an African army, holding AK-47s. A few people might find this disturbing.
The bathroom fight scene in the beginning is intense.
The airport chase and fight is very intense.
The final shootout/fight scene in the mill is even intense.
A character's suicide is very emotionally intense.
At the end of the film, the scene where a character is shot in the back by Bond suddenly can be startling to some viewers.
A character drinks a cocktail that he didn't know was poisoned. He then goes to the bathroom and vomits but fails. Then he goes to his car to shock himself. He pushes the bottom but it didn't work so he dies but another character comes to save him.
Casino Royale Productions,
Government of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas,
United States of America,