(yet another) new take on an old standby

By ferran275
Written November 25, 2015
The new Bond commemorates 50 years of Bond films, and what a way to celebrate. Borrowing from old and bringing in new, Bond is at his most bold and gripping. This film also proves without a doubt that James Bond isn't going anywhere.There's really a lot to love here, for the more seasoned Bond fan there's a lot of lore and pretty things to look at, for the newer fans of the franchise, Bond proves he can keep up with the new kids, and at times outpace them. A quick word on the villain Javier Bardem, wasn't anything like what I was expecting but I am not disappointed in the slightest, creepy, off putting, funny at times, and even relatable. This really is one of the best Bond's ever and I highly suggest everyone go see it.
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Great movie

By Jphou
Written March 28, 2015
If you are a fan of Casino Royal then you will enjoy this movie! Great action sequences which is a given since its a Bond movie. Looking forward to more Bond movies after this one.
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Great Bond movie!!

By lucholland
Written July 31, 2015
I really enjoyed the latest installment of the Bond films. Much more a character-based drama than previous Bond films have been, and it is not short on action either. Great tributes/nods to previous films in the franchise and a fabulous introduction to old covers (Q, among others)! The movie has a great pacing, shown by the feeling that it ends too quickly, even though you spent 2.5 hours watching the screen.
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By rwfii
Written May 16, 2013
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Skyfall in IMAX

Written July 02, 2015
How is this movie content/parental concern-wise? It deserved the PG-13 rating it received. Going into Skyfall I was a bit nervous about all the sex scenes and opening music sequence that Bond movies always have. The sex scenes were basically what you see in the trailers with just a few more seconds of footage. The opening musical credit sequence also was not that bad, you definitely don't see as much as in other Bond movies. There were a few outlines of obviously naked women, but they were brief and not that detailed. As Far as violence is concerned, it was PG-13 spy violence with lots of gunshots and punching and explosions etc. Nothing too graphic here. (No naked torture scenes like in Casino Royale). And there was one "F-word" which was actually not that clearly uttered. Other than that, the rest of the swearing was far below normal PG-13 par. Thanks for reading, now go enjoy another awesome Bond movie!
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