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Yes it does and the top billing is nice.vesper wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNBp1BFwrIE
I found this video on youtube. It is really funny and it seems so real although it's made out of trailers.
The top notch acting in the Weisz/Craig/Spall 'Betrayal' is emotionally true, often v funny and its beautifully staged with filmic qualities..
I commented on this vid to the creators of "Oceans 14" and this was their reply:
Thanks so much for your positve feedback and enthusiasm! My brother and I really appreciate it. If you enjoyed the film, please feel free to post/share the link anywhere and tell your friends!
Never heard of Banana! That's hilarious. I remember just shaking my head when I left Casino Royale, thinking.... wow. that didn't suck!
I love Daniel Craig. I think he's an incredible actor- definitely one of the best in our time. I hope Hollywood doesn't ruin him! Sometimes it only takes a couple movies to destroy good actor's reputations, you know? I had seen him before, but after seeing Royale I remember being simply astonished, and wondering what's in store for him afterward? I cannot wait for Bond 22 and 23. They are definitely like Matrix sequels to me- and let's hope that is only true in the anticipation department, and not in results...
And then I saw Layer Cake and all... and a little Tomb Raider (obviously didn't make it in Ocean's 14) and I remember thinking it was like a totally different frequency of what Craig was most capable of. But I didn't watch the whole thing (or much at all) so I don't even know if the movie was good.
I am a little worried about Bond 22 and 23 though- only because they don't quite have source material. I mean, the Matrix trilogy WAS intended to be a trilogy, but they didn't really know where they were going from the first. The lack of clear story arc structure plus Hollywood going gaga over the market for the trilogy (all of a sudden) kind of resulted in... a brilliant idea hollywoodized. So with the success of Royale, it almost makes me shudder to think that the edge will be lost from the next two- and with a change in director... it's going to be a gamble
I hear Marc Foster is a great director and manages to get great performances, but great performances in a not great movie make for lopsided entertainment. In my opinion
I'll still be there opening opening night in my tux (ok, maybe not a tux- but there)