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Die Another Day (2002) - Pierce Brosnan (trivia: Madonna plays the fencing instructor Verity, making this the first Bond film to feature a cameo by the performer who also sings the theme song) Casino Royale (2006) - Daniel Crai (trivia: Casino Royale was the first James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming).
The soundtrack to the 2006 film Casino Royale was released by Sony Classical on November 14, 2006. The music was composed by David Arnold and is Arnold's fourth soundtrack for the popular James Bond movie series. Frequent collaborator Nicholas Dodd orchestrated and conducted the score.
One reason Casino Royale is in the top five best Bond movies has to do with the script, written by Paul Haggis (the final draft, that is. Others worked on earlier drafts). Haggis revised the Bond character, bringing him back to the form Sean Connery set years ago. The new Bond is blonde (big deal--a superficial change, really) but he's also.
Previous Bond-scores by David Arnold consist mostly of extremely dense soundclusters of orchestral noise which might work in the movies, but leave the cd-listener with a headache. His soundtrack for Casino Royale brings a change: suddenly there's a rich variety of subtle, romantic, tense and stirring tracks. Sure, cues like 'African Rundown.
Note: We’re only counting the official Bond films, so no Never Say Never Again or the 1967 version of Casino Royale, which weren’t made by Bond’s normal studio.
However I you prefer a more sophisticated Bond film, thats more serious, and artistic, and not full of gadgets, and over the top special effects (Pierce Brosnan - hang your head in shame), then 'Casino Royale' is for you. Daniel Craig's portrayal of 007, is similar to Timothy Dalton's. He attempts to play the character as intended by original author Ian Fleming (ie: a bit more serious, and.
Lyrics to 'Casino Royale' by Burt Bacharach. Beware, beware There's danger in the air Have no fear Bond is here They'll never get the jewels.