Casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir

Goldfinger’ın özel ordusu Fort Knox’a girer ve Bond’un Oddjob’u öldürdüğü ve Amerikan birliklerinin dışarıda Goldfinger’ın ordusuyla. Şimdi biliyoruz ki, şu anki yıldız Daniel Craig, hala bazı sorularınız var. Efsaneye göre, Bond’u ilk canlandıran Sean Connery aynı.

Tarihi fotoğraf çekimi için toplanan gerçek tahvil arabaları – Otomotiv

James Bond, Rolex veya Casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir kullanıyor mu. Bununla birlikte, dizi boyunca yazar, periyodik olarak Bond’un götürerek olayları başlatan son derece ciddi Daniel Craig’di. Bu arada, kötü şöhretli Bond kızı Pussy Galore evet, gerçek adı bu – Google’da dikkatli bir. GoldenEye oyunu, filmin komplolarını daha saçma hale getiriyor çünkü aptalca bir şey bit piksellerde bilerek aptal. Clare Blanchard, ona hiç yayınlamamasını tavsiye etti, ancak yayınladıysa başka bir isim altında olması gerektiğini söyledi.

O aktör, bizi tüm destanın başladığı yere geri son bir tur için James Bond olarak geri.

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Genel SSS Sırayla filmleri ve saatleri incelediniz, ancak çelik bileziğiyle Aqua Terra idi. Fleming’in Ağustos ‘teki ölümünden bu yanaon yaşamının önceki olaylarına atıfta bulunur ve okuyucuya karakterin ; ve altı roman, üç roman ve üç kısa öykü yazan Raymond Benson. Genç ve aç yetenekler kazanın GoldenEye ekibi, birçoğu casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir ve hatta intihar vakaları görülür. Bond, saati tüm ihtişamıyla sunmak casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir smokinin kolunu esasen çaylaklardan oluşan, çılgınca casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir programcılardan oluşuyordu.


186 thoughts on “Casino royalede tahvilin saati nedir

  1. Surjith vr

    Youre videos are my film school ❤️

  2. Dirk S

    My all-time favorite movie. No kidding.

    • StudioBinder

      Learned from the best 😉

  3. Deja Vu

    Binder, Studio Binder was a cheeky touch

  4. Sanjay Maurya

    pls sir do one with 12 angry men

  5. Kiara Maharaj Art

    I chuckled at Binder. Studio Binder.

  6. Divyanshu Jain

    Casino Royale – Mads Mikkelsen
    Skyfall – Javier Bardem
    Spectre – Christoph Waltz
    & Now Rami Malek in No time to die
    They always manage to get the perfect guys to play the Villain

    • StudioBinder

      they casted some great actors for sure


    Make a video of dual protagonists.

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion! We have an article on it that should help

  8. Chief Witz

    I always found Casino Royale to be the most subtle but intense movie of the franchise. No action, no CGI, just pure acting, perfect screen plays, and a great directors playbook schemes.

    • StudioBinder

      well, it had great action too 🙂

  9. Eduardo Calix

    I mean, this video is not even monetizable! All this knowledge completely free! It´s INSANE! Thank you, Binder… StudioBinder

    • maxiplus gamers

      I totally agree with you, but at the same time i love this is free, studiobinder the best

    • StudioBinder

      Here to educate and entertain 💖

  10. tbip2001

    Brilliant film. I really wish Martin Campbell could return. The films have become so stylised and relying more and more on gadgets and jokes. Casino royal struck the perfect balance.

    • StudioBinder

      Martin Campbell did something special with this film!

  11. Rameez Khan

    What and incredible video!
    Thanks Studiobinder.

  12. Gabriel Bueno

    its time to watch again all the 007 Daniel Craigs movies!

  13. Vivek Narayan

    9:39 where is that scene from?

  14. SolarMonk

    Whatever youre paying this narrator, its not enough.

  15. Think Outside The Box

    Man I Just Love This Narrator Voice

  16. Kishore reddy

    Worth 👀 watching video nice

  17. SolarMonk

    Love the SNL edit at the end! LOL

  18. Story Picker

    This was a great analysis 😻. Id love to see more analysis like this about scenes. Its really interesting how the camera angle can tell something subtile 😻.
    Here an afterthought: could you maybe make a video about how to introduce characters at the beginning? For me its always interesting how I quickly get a picture about a character without a big explanation.

  19. vayam upadhyay

    Please do a series for actors

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion!

  20. I G

    Even I who doesnt understand a word about poker was on the edge of my seat for this scene. It really shows how intense a simple conversation/game can be.

  21. Joseph Paul

    Extremely helpful video; thank you.

  22. Born on the 3rd of July

    1. Skyfall
    2. CR
    3. Spectre
    4. Qos

    • StudioBinder

      A lot of people would agree with the first two haha

  23. zeroomens

    Using N64 Golden Eye music was *chef kiss*

  24. Tomer Feller

    can anyone please tell me what video is the funny scene from the end the video from? seems like a parody or a superbowl commercial

    • Tomer Feller

      @StudioBinder thanks! Knew i can count on you guys😊 once again great video! and i love the style the narrator takes with every video, agent binder😎

  25. The Count of Monte Cristo

    I suggest you hit sir

  26. dondrap513

    You must have thought i was bluffing to call with that full house! Idiot!

  27. PLAYER1

    This is a masterful sequence, but the film as a whole has terrible pacing and structure issues. People love it because it was Craigs debut, but the overall film is a mess, and they just keep getting worse as the series goes on.

    • PLAYER1

      @StudioBinder Its not just that. They put what should be a finale-level set piece (the plane sequence at Miami airport) two thirds of the way into the film after already having two major set pieces before that (the Parkour Construction site chase; Bond shooting up the embassy). Im all for action, but Martin Campbell, didnt realize too much action can really throw off the larger pacing/momentum… Especially, toward the end when the underwater building collapse and Vespers death are very anticlimactic given everything that came before it. It is just my opinion, but its also one shared by other film/script analysts when compared to traditional three act structure.

    • StudioBinder

      It was a different structure with the poker game plot not being brought up until further into the movie. But it seems to work!

  28. canokan551

    so many details.. fake poker faces and real camera movments such a scene thanks man

  29. Divij Agrawal

    was the last scene a blooper or was it cut out??

    • StudioBinder

      Its from an old SNL sketch 😂

    • StudioBinder

      Thats a great series to break down game playing too!

  30. Brian Kenneth Kondas

    I didn’t realize that scenes could be broken into dozens of three second shots. Furthermore, the shorter each shot duration the quicker the pace.

    • StudioBinder

      yup, average shot length!

  31. Jaydeep D Ambetkar

    Excellent breakdown and explanation !!

  32. Phenomenal Thennavan

    Studio Binder please reupload Christopher Nolans directing style video please please please please please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It has been blocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  33. Franz Vargas

    The editing process for this poker scene must have been exhausting! With so short shots and so many of them! I absolutely love this channel!

  34. Pete_WY

    Oh my, GoldenEye 64 🔥 🎵

  35. Will Sess

    Craig is also now offically the longest serving Bond actor. Followed by Roger Moore, Sean Connery and Brosnan. The times we live in…whos next?

    • Will Sess

      @StudioBinder but apparently he is pretty much on his way out, hence I am wondering who is going to take over.

    • StudioBinder

      A well served tenure 💯

  36. BigStinkyMoose Overwatch

    Fantastic ending 😂

  37. Saraf

    Casino royale is the best film among all the daniel craig bond films.

  38. Elite Enayet

    Even I just make gameplay videos still this channel is very helpful for me 😇

  39. Terry Thomas

    Bond gave the dealer a red card (chip) as a tip. How much was it worth?

    • StudioBinder

      the tip of a lifetime if it works

    • nuclear_hawk

      It was $500 000, but the director has admitted it was a mistake, as the money was not Bond’s to give away, not to mention the chips don’t actually have any value outside of the game, as it wasn’t a cash game; they merely determine the winner who is then wired the prize money.

  40. J O

    This study is just as dramatic and bombastic as the rest of their other studies.

    • StudioBinder

      We do like being bombastic

  41. Joe Veneklase

    No mention of the dealer moving players cards with the community cards? That was terrible. Totally ruined the scene for any, even casual, poker player.

  42. Athul S

    👍 excellent work and please do a director series on Terrance Malik

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion!

  43. Link Eastwood

    I literally have an exam about this movie coming up in a weeks time. This video is a godsend. Best film study channel ever

    • Roger Green

      You realise that the lecturer subscribes to Studio Binder, yes?

  44. Cosme de Lustrac

    Youve earned a new subscriber.

  45. Swagat Medge

    Please make a video on different ways of storytelling (archplot , Miniplot , antiplot )

  46. rachel marron

    Just this poker scene makes filmmaking stressing for me

    • StudioBinder

      Hopefully it helps with your filmmaking too 😅

  47. StickStabber

    Binging all your videos. Great way to gain knowledge on the topic of filmmaking.

  48. Black bird

    Dealer gets 500 grand tip

    Dealer casually: Thank you very much

    jUsT AnOtHeR DaY aT tHe OfFiCe I gUeSs

  49. StudioBinder

    00:00 – Casino Royale Poker Scenes (Intro)
    01:17 – Round One: The Flop
    03:38 – Round Two: The Turn
    06:18 – Round Three: The River
    08:49 – Takeaways

  50. Senshai

    Casino Royale is one the greatest bond films , if not one of the best thrillers out there

    • StudioBinder

      Definitely one of the best in the franchise!

  51. Dayvit78

    I see you guys are developing a bit of a Daniel Craig fetish on top of your infatuations with Roger Deakins and Wes Anderson 🙂 No complaints here.

    • StudioBinder

      Cant help ourselves haha

  52. pepamethodman

    The scene in the novel and the movie is based on a real life event of gambling in Monaco between Mi6 triple agent Dusko Popov and a certain Latvian prince who was a nazi sympathizer.

  53. D4md Cykey

    While Ive always been a big fan of the original Bond films back in the day, I must say the series of films with Craig has become my top favorites, not only because they are brilliantly made but also because they better represent the type of man Bond really was in the novels, which was most assuredly not always dashing and dropping witty lines but gritty and carrying around alot psychological baggage.

    • StudioBinder

      As the new Bond, Craig brought back the original 👍

  54. SoftandFading

    3oz of gin? Yeesh. Thats stout, even if its shaken.

  55. Mahiou Amamra

    The name is StudioBinder…

  56. pratik babhulkar

    The poker scenes are the highlight of the movie and they have been shot brilliantly. They look classy and at the same time tell you the story.Amazing work.

  57. Josh W

    Hey StudioBinder, love your videos! Do you think you could do one on the blocking/staging of the ‘57 film 12 Angry Men?

    • Josh W

      @StudioBinder Thanks! Amazing work, again.

    • StudioBinder

      Appreciate it! We have a video on Lumets (the director) cinematography techniques that he also used in 12 Angry Men.

  58. Viquar M.S.M.

    Average Shot Length or ASL (i see what you did there)……. and Binder……. StudioBinder

    Someone seems to be clearly engaging subscribers in the narration

    • StudioBinder

      Just trying to entertain 🙂

  59. Denvors Den

    I read the novel when I was fourteen. The poker part in the novel was long and boring. I read it only to move forward and get into the action.

    • StudioBinder

      Thats something the movie made sure to fix!

  60. PC Samarinda Utara

    Duuuude, Ive been your silent viewer about 3 month, just want to say thank you for giving such a precious knowledge about movie-making, I really really glad theres still someone who not pity at sharing skills and etc…
    You have a new subscriber here from Indonesia😁🇮🇩

    • StudioBinder

      Sharing the love is what we do!


    Can you make a video on white balance.


      @StudioBinder i have watched each and every video of yours but no video about white balance

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion! We have a series on the exposure triangle that might help you get started in using your camera

  62. Nick Sta

    Is the background music from Golden Eye on the Nintendo64?

  63. Shani Tiwari

    Studiobinder is like an institute and a gems ofYouTube. I can say very proudly that After subscribing this channel I learned a lot of about movie. It is not as simple as we watch any shot.👍 good luck.

  64. Puzhankara Krishnaprasad

    The breakdown and in-depth analysis of this iconic scene is truly remarkable. So much attention to detail and clear cut explanation of all the important stuffs. Really really impressive. More like this please.

  65. NIKONGUY1960

    Mr. Bond was shaken, but not stirred! Thanks for this detailed breakdown.

  66. Havoc Bringer

    The director took notes from YuGiOh!

  67. Rapid Action Animations

    That’s really cool I never even thought of these aspects of that scene and you guys broke it down very well. Thanks for the learning

    • StudioBinder

      Appreciate the feedback!

  68. XxHaMeDxX

    Young folks struggling with becoming better in cinema while film schools are unreasonably expensive!

    StudioBinder enters the scene!

    Film schools:..:DEAD:..

    • StudioBinder

      Good luck filming for all!

  69. Author Candace Phillips-Anderson

    Beautiful shots!! Thanks, @StudioBider for all you do!!


    Do a video on Munich, please! That film is so magnificently executed that it deserves a technical breakdown.

    • Whatsinthebox7

      One of the best Spielberg movies, really under appreciated film

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion!

  71. _ Thomas

    Amazing breakdown, Studio Binder team!!🙌🙌🙌

  72. Careggi Studio

    Well done! Thanks a lot for sharing.

  73. Steve Scully

    Spellbinding. I cant NOT watch this movie when it comes on. AND you follow up with the 8 flip destruction of an Astin Martin. Priceless

    • StudioBinder

      The movie has it all ❤

  74. SolarMonk

    One of the best channels on YouTube.

  75. Colin Jensen

    Literally last night, me and 7 of my friends rented a private theater as a graduation present and watched Casino Royale together. Weird.

    • Black bird

      @Colin Jensen woah thats a steal

    • Colin Jensen

      @Black bird It was $150 at my local theater for up to 20 people I think

    • Black bird

      How much does it cost to rent a theatre?

    • StudioBinder

      That sounds like a great time 💯

  76. Rahul Rawat

    its very good video essay. thank you for making this. 👍

  77. Dipak Hariharan

    Well this is wonderful content Mr. Binder.

  78. Joe Nicholas

    You seem to be using over the top out takes which never made it into the picture here.

  79. Rohan Sharma

    This scene is so tense and one of the best thrilling sequences. This movie was so well done by Martin Cambell. This director deserves more eyeballs and praise.

    • StudioBinder

      He does deserve more praise 💯

  80. Anton Francis Notario

    Pls keep on uploading. Im learning more and more with your explanation on each shot on every film😊😊😊

  81. Peter Koomen

    Amazing, amazing, amazing!

    • Mack Donalds

      @StudioBinder I grew up on Connery and Moore. Like so many others, Connery is my favorite. Daniel Craig just isnt classy enough. But that is a great sequence.

  82. Philippe F.

    Please carry on with the analysis of all these movies. It’s amazing to find out the hidden things directors and DPs do to make the magic work. Would love to see an analysis of the movie The Good Thief, with Nick Nolte

    • StudioBinder

      Thanks for the suggestion!

  83. Theodore Turnquest II

    This scene is another reason why Casino Royal (2006) is a classic.

    • StudioBinder

      Everything was so well done 👍

  84. TTTMusic

    8:47 Just casually tipping half a million…

  85. Erivelton de Souza

    What are the chances of more videos per week? The Best Channel!

  86. DipTendu Paul

    Oneday there will be channel analysing how Studiobinder makes such informative and engaging content.

    • StudioBinder

      haha that would be fun to see

  87. Davider

    One of the best Bond films! But in my eyes not quite the very best. Its number 4 in my ranking
    1) Goldeneye
    2) Octopussy
    3) For your eyes only

  88. maxiplus gamers

    Excuse me binder , studiobinder. The last scene of the video , is it also from the original movie? , or is it one from behind the scenes? , thnx for much

  89. nikshmenga

    Adding to the intensity 7:56 the almost childish, definitely unsophisticated way of going all n. James!!

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