Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Casino Royale 1967 Is Full Of Beautiful Women

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The 1967 Bond spoof Casino Royale is one of those films that sparks heated discussion. There are those that love it and those that hate it. It can be quite confusing trying to figure out exactly what was going on in this movie. It tends to be all over the place. I generally fall in the middle ground with my opinion. There are certain things that I do love about it. The major highlight is definitely all the beautiful women, including Ursula Andress, Barbara Bouchet, Daliah Lavi, Joanna Pettet, Jacqueline Bisset, etc. Check out the trailer to see some of them.


10 comments:

gilligan said...

There were certainly tons of beautiful women in this movie... which more than makes up for its complete and total senselessness.

When it was over I hadn't a clue what just happened - yet, somehow I had enjoyed myself nonetheless. This is James Bond-a-go-go, and the energy of swingin' London is simply contagious - it may be idiotic, but it was a helluva lot of fun!

Keith said...

Hey Gil. Thanks for the comments. That's how I am. The movie made little sense at all. I'm not sure I understand any of it. I still enjoyed it. It was a fun movie to watch. A part part of that was, of course, all the gorgeous women in the movie. It's a movie that doesn't take itself seriously. It's just a fun 60's romp. Cheers!

gotankgo said...

The attractive ladies and the especially awesome theme song are great elements of this movie. Digging that trailer.

Keith said...

Hey Scott. Thanks. Glad you liked it. I thought that was a cool trailer. The chicks and tunes were big reasons I dig this flick. Cheers!

molly said...

love the psychedelic poster!

Keith said...

Hey Molly. Me too!

Nancy Sinatra Fan said...

Hello Keith. This is a film that often has you scratching your head or rolling your eyes. I can't really figure it out. lol It still has much to love though.

Keith said...

Hey Phoebe. I totally agree with you. I'm still glad you enjoyed it. Cheers!

Glenn Bishop "Bish The Magish" said...

One strange Bond flick as I remember it also had Orson Wells do some magic illusions just to fill in time and add some much needed entertainment to a rather bizzar script.

Just my opinion.

Glenn Bishop

Keith said...

Hey Glenn. Thanks for the comments. This was definitely a very strange film. It had some bizarre moments. I don't think they could figure out where they wanted to go with this film so they threw it all in. Cheers!