Anton Chigurh & Daniel Craig

Anton Chigurh is the main antagonist of the Cormac McCarthy novel No Country For Old Men and the film of the same name. Daniel Wroughton Craig (born 2 March 1968) is an English actor best known for playing British secret agent James Bond in a 2006 reboot of the film series, which started in 1962. 4.7/5

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Villains list continued: Check down the list for some supremely creepy bad girls too! Men contd. Raoul Silva - Skyfall - Javier Bardem A creepy twisted pervy villain with a 'thing' for Bond. Most of the time you don't know whether he will slip Daniel Craig the tongue or stab him in the eye. Anton Chigurh - No Country For Old Men - Javier Bardem Its not surprising that some actors make the list twice. Can it get any creepier than a guy who uses a captive bolt gun [usually used in animal slaughter] to kill and terrorize his victims. Human beings for slaughter? Tommy DeVito - Goodfellas - Joe Pesci - Superbly out of control and explosive Joe Pesci shows you why you can never underestimate a short guy! Mr Blonde - Reservoir Dogs - Michael Madsen Forever ruining any good memories associated with 'Stuck in The Middle with You' linking Gerry Raffety's wheezy Dylan impersonation with torture is a genius move. Madsen is almost gleeful [honorable mention for his turns in Kill Bill too] AND SOME INCREDIBLE FEMALE V ...
Saw Skyfall tonight. Seems a bit hard to believe that the same scriptwriting teams who did such a disservice to Pierce Brosnan are writing the excellent stuff Daniel Craig has been appearing in. Also a bit hard to look at Javier Bardem without seeing Anton Chigurh, but well done nonetheless.
Skyfall was a vast improvement over Quantum of Solace (in their defense, the script was unfinished due to the writers' strike). With this being the 50th anniversary of the Bond films, there were some subtle and not-so-subtle hints to the franchise's past. I thought the cast was excellent; Daniel Craig appears to be comfortable in his role as Bond, and Javier Bardem brought an excellent creepy quality to Raul Silva (shades of Anton Chigurh from 'No Country For Old Men'). We also see the return/introductions of Miss Moneypenny and Q. The new Q reminds me of one who works at Apple or is one of Best Buy's Geek Squad, and the banter between him and 007 is reminiscent of Classic Bond/Q. Adele's title track also sets the mood for the movie; the title sequence is also an improvement from QoS; if the images look a little weird, here's a mini-spoiler: it'll all make sense. Judi Dench's M is also very good, and I've admired how the Craig films focus on Bond the character, and not necessarily the standard Bond formul ...
Well, in other news, I just read that the 23rd James Bond movie, Skyfall, premieres in October 2012. Daniel Craig once again plays Bond, with Javier Bardem playing the main villain. Bardem won a Best Supporting Actor Award in 2007 for is portrayal of Anton Chigurh, the sociopathic assassin in No Country For Old Men. Shaping up to be a "don't miss this one" for 9-ECHO-1.
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