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Find me a scene in Spectre, say, which anyone would voluntarily rewind because Daniel Craig is so unforgettably magnetic.Cavorting with Monica Bellucci in that Italian villa? Some said after Craig’s casting that the attitude he gave off was a welcome throwback to the “true” Bond of Ian Fleming’s vision: not a suave operator but a ruthless one, with little time for the after-hours innuendo.
The film’s terseness — suicidally un-Bond-like, in some eyes — suited his own.
Astonishingly, he wasn’t nominated for his magnum opus, Skyfall.
Shockingly, she wasn’t nominated for her sorrowfully magnificent performance in The Deep Blue Sea.
But you know, as soon as I heard Rachel Weisz was in this whizz-bang big budget 3D prequel, I instantly knew it would be top-notch. Because Weisz, 42, the Cambridge graduate with the glossy, swishy A-list hair and the slow, full-lipped smile is the unofficial kite mark of quality on any movie.
She radiates intelligence, honesty, a rather old-fashioned clear-eyed loveliness and, above all, class.
Whether he still means it is a whole other question.