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And the sense of depth and three-dimensionality -- even though we're talking animation here -- is wonderful. Ever since the vintage days of Sean Connery, the laments have been the same. What happened to all the danger, excitement and seriousness of the early years? Newly granted status, James' first assignment is to spy on a terrorist and bomb maker, Mollaka Sebastien Foucan. The action sequences here are simply incredible. Oddly, neither director Martin Campbell nor Craig are here, but this is still a great track.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} He has no gadgets to rely on, no over-the-top villain to foil, and he yet has found a Bond girl he loves enough that he's willing to jeopardize his entire life. Blu-ray: Highly Recommended. The sequence where Bond attempts to sabotage a airport bomber is also a stand-out. Unfortunately, after that, I couldn't help but feel a sense of deflation. Why 'Casino Royale' works where so many of the previous Bond films failed is because it at last restores a sense of urgency and consequence to the proceedings. James Bond is back. The early Madagascar foot-race sequence is a tour de force of choreography, movement, camera placement and pacing -- it's simply fantastic. Contrast, however, consistently runs hot, enough so that the image looks routinely blown-out and unrealistic. The source is indeed as pristine as a new penny, and often sparkles. This is one fine Collector's Edition, and the one they should have done the first time around. In all honestly, however, these results reveal such a negligible difference it could just as easily be subjective hearing. A year on, I still have to say no. The filmmaking team behind the franchise know that their bread and butter is the kind of action that sets trends, and there are some back-to-basics, non-CGI sequences here that are truly death-defying. Dynamic range is wide and powerful. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Portions of this review also appear in our Blu-ray review of 'Casino Royale. Deep bass rumbles just listen to that airplane take off -- it's a stunner. As much as I've enjoyed various post-Connery entries, from the silly if spirited Roger Moore years to the better of the far-too-outlandish Pierce Brosnan era, let's face it -- when was the last time seemed like anything but a dated anachronism? Detail is great. Each provides first-rate demo material. This is a James Bond film, so we expect nothing less than gangbusters sound design, and sure enough we get it. I suppose my only nitpick is a desire for a little more creativity in the sound design I had hoped for something cooler in terms of sound effects on the opening, famous "gun barrel" shot , but this is a minor quibble. But is it a five-star transfer? The actual card-playing centerpiece of the middle of the film is also quite nice, and a respite from the earlier, more sun-drenched exteriors, such as the Madagascar chase sequence that, again. After the mission goes bad, he's led to Le Chiffre Mads Mikkelsen , banker to the world's top terrorist organizations. I slowly figured it out based on what they were saying, but how about some subtitles next time, Sony? The last few years -- no, make that the last few decades -- have been trying times for even the most dedicated James Bond fans. Hardly the cool and unflappable comedian of the Moore years, or even the ruggedly calm, charming hedonist perfected by Connery, this Bond is fallible, clumsy and even blockheaded. Every scene is dissected in vivid detail, from the exact angle Daniel Craig needed to point his gun to Arnold discussing composing the title theme song, to the extensive search for new Bond girl Eva Green. He is, as "M" Judi Dench describes him, a "blunt instrument. Bond hasn't been this vulnerable since the last great film in the franchise, 's vastly underrated 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Without a doubt, 'Casino Royale' is always watchable and has moments of true grandeur. Secret Service intelligence reveals that Le Chiffre is planning to raise money in a high-stakes poker game at the "Le Casino Royale. If nothing else, the two Blu-ray versions of 'Casino Royale' will provide nothing but more fodder for the ongoing PCM vs. I also thought the title song sounded somewhat wider in the mid-range on the PCM, at least when I had the sound blasting at a very high volume. The film's less bombastic moments also hold up. Dark scenes are actually better as contrast isn't so distracting, and the film's use of cooler blues pays off with a more film-like, pleasing appearance. Colors are rich, vivid and stable. It's the heart of the story, and at last, Craig allows us to see the heart of Bond. Updated daily and in real-time, we track all high-def disc news and release dates, and review the latest disc titles. The sonic highlights in 'Casino Royale' are by far the early Madagascar foot chase, the airport interception, and the climactic collapse of the building in Venice. First, the good stuff. The game soon plays itself out in unexpected ways, and Bond learns that in the spy business -- as in poker -- you never know who you can trust. The Bond films have been re-tooled, re-issued, re-packaged, re-mastered and re- everything'd on video so many times now that it's been a punchline almost as long as the line, "shaken, not stirred. The level of detail only sometimes reaches the heights of the best Blu-ray titles I've enjoyed over the past couple of years. Dialogue is nicely balanced, with only Daniel Craig's most mumbled lines needing any assist in volume matching. Detail can be fairly strong, though the flushed hues and bright whites flatten out the image and it doesn't have absolute top-notch depth. He mixes sexiness, swagger, irony and even a sprinkling of brute vulgarity to create an interpretation that transcends the cliches. Fleshtones just don't look natural, and aside from extreme close-ups, I often could not detect realistic skin textures -- everyone looks painted orange. You may have noticed that I've gotten to the end of this review without speaking those two words: Daniel Craig. Though perhaps Green as Bong girl Lynd is a bit too young for Craig, we never once doubt that Bond is in love with her. TrueHD debate. All materials are on Disc Two, except where noted. While I may have qualms about this disc's video transfer, it is far harder to find fault with the audio. James Bond. After flipping between the two Blu-rays about ten times, I would give a very slight thumbs up to the PCM in terms of low bass. When the bullets fly, 'Casino Royale' doesn't disappoint. Founded in April , High-Def Digest is the ultimate guide for High-Def enthusiasts who demand only the best that money can buy. He's lean, mean, hungry, fresh with his license to kill and, at times, even inept. Frustratingly, most of these participants are not introduced, so I had no idea who was speaking or when. It is as if after decades of fan griping, bad reviews and pop culture tongue-lashings, the Bond producers finally realized that, despite continued blockbuster grosses, their beloved franchise has long since become a punch line. It's a testament to 'Casino Royale' that it probably would have been the finest Bond film in eons, on every level -- writing, direction, action, sexiness -- regardless of the Bond actor who played him. So here we are, about a year-and-a-half later, and the studio has finally delivered a two-disc set worthy of the best Bond film in ages. Even the casino sequences are oddly exciting, because we know the stakes, and they're high -- I never would have thought two people playing poker could be so riveting. By going back to basics -- and back to the beginning -- the Bond producers have finally given the character the reboot he so desperately deserved. But Craig defied all the skeptics and proved a surprisingly vociferous group of online detractors absolutely wrong. Wilson, as well as a cadre of crew members including composer David Arnold, production designer Peter Lamont, effects supervisor Chris Corbol, costume designer Lindy Hemming, director of photography Phil Mayhew. This is a technical track, but I preferred it to the visual commentary in the exclusives see below. Blacks are excellent, and colors vibrant. Colors sometimes veer towards oversaturation. My overall opinion of the bulk of the transfer is that it still looks somewhat digital and artificial. As far as comparing the PCM and TrueHD tracks, I whipped out my old 'Casino Royale' Blu-ray, and picked three scenes the opening credit sequence with the Chris Cornell title tune, the foot chase and the airport interception , and did some back-to-back comparisons. Why can't they make a great Bond film like they used to? My feelings remain the same -- it's a very good if not reference-quality presentation. He is, for my money, the only actor since Connery to completely own the role. Dropping the ridiculous, CGI-laden extravagances of the Brosnan entries which reached their nadir when Bond went para-surfing off of a digital cliff in 's 'Die Another Day' , 'Royale' is rugged and rough. Together with the talent and dedication put into 'Royale,' it finally restores the lost luster to a once mighty, grand franchise. Stealing his smarts as well as his heart, she will become the only woman ever to make him distrust his alliances with his government and his job. Sale Price Leave A Comment. Sony has ditched the uncompressed PCM 5. Imaging between channels excels and is near-transparent, with a very effective wall of sound created during the most intense action moments. The story is complex, but vintage Bond. And why can't they at least get someone to compose a decent Bond theme song? Why do they keep hiring bland, forgettable actors to play ? And the attention to fine detail to discrete effects is flawless. I like the use of subtle ambiance at times -- listen for the soft lull of crickets in the rears as Bond seduces Solange early on -- and the typically lush Bond score can also nicely swell up when needed. They've been saying it at the end of every outing for years now At the time of my original review, I gave it quite good marks, but not superlative ones -- and received tons of flack from fans who seemed unable to accept anything less than a five-star rating. Portions of this review also appear in our coverage of Dunkirk on Blu-ray. Daniel Craig has truly defied the punters and emerged as -- yes, wait for it -- the best Bond since Sean Connery. The switcheroo doesn't result in any appreciable drop-off in quality, though after a series of very anal comparisons, I can say I would probably give the slightest of edges to the PCM -- but only the slightest. However, if you don't care about supplements you can probably pass on this re-issue as it doesn't really improve the tech specs, but certainly, if you don't already own 'Casino Royale' on Blu-ray, now is the time to pick it up. Certainly, the image has pop but I wasn't consistently blown away.