Imax " Skyfall ".....

By solace007
Written August 27, 2014
First off and far between, " skyfall " is a masterpiece in every sense of the world, The Long Gone Mr. Bond returns with a vengance . This is Craigs 3rd installment, and now 2 more on the way I'm told.It is is definative Bond, as Sir Sean's was surly Goldfinger. Danial eases much more comfortable in his super-spy Persona. It as every Element back that made it the Icon that it always was , and shall every remain. The Cars, The Girls , The Guns...Even Our Beloved Martini " The Vesper " There are so many Great Bond Moments , to satisfy the Hardcore Bond Fans , { And a few surprise endings }...shush i say, go see it you will walk away feeling very satisfied and Very Bondian....... " But of course . would you expect something less "........as far as Imax...it is wonderful , suspendess, incredible....But Alas it does not much up to , or ever will i think to it's far superior european sister .
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Non-stop action!

By tangierene
Written November 10, 2012
From start to finish, the action never stops in this latest Bond thriller. Daniel Craig is THE Bond of our time with a performance that is honest, gritty and entirely believable. Despite my dismay at having a gay villain (too many people already believe gays are evil and this won't help) Javier Badem's portrayal of a twisted former agent gone crazy after being 'given up' to be tortured for months as a political pawn is chilling and heart wrenching all at once. Keeping with tradition, Bond travels to several exotic locales leaving me with an overwhelming desire to book passage to Shang Hai asap. With lots of nods to the original Bond films from the 60's, this film has something for fans of all ages.
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Skyfall

By motorcowboy
Written November 12, 2012
Perhaps the best film in the franchise, Skyfall builds upon the character of Bond as both an ex-commando and a man with an Eton and Cambridge education--comfortable and competent in many settings,. Plenty of action but placed to enhance rather than smother the plot or compensate for a non-existent one.
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Skyfall is wonderful

By firemanring
Written November 11, 2012
I need a little time to lend perspective, but right now having seen the film yesterday, I'm tempted to call it the best Bond film so far. I will definitely see this film in the theaters again.
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Skyfall: A nod to Bonds past, but a major leap forward

By middleagedmoviegeek
Written November 13, 2012
Skyfall strips the James Bond franchise down to it's essentials, with affectionate nods to past adventures along the way (the Walther PPK, the Aston Martin, Q and Moneypenny). But rather than simply wallow in nostalgia, the movie also reshapes Bond to truly fit the modern age; something Casino Royale began, but more in set dressing (the use of cellphones and computers) than actual story line. Gone are over the top supervillains with outlandish fortresses in space or stroking their cats in hallowed out volcanoes. Today's threats are more internal and tenacious (a rogue agent who seeks revenge through cyberterrorism and is not hellbent on ruling the world so much as turning it upside down). A recently injured Bond also must rediscover essential truths about himself in order to regain full confidence. It's also one hell of a ride, too! This may very well be the most personal Bond movie; but it's not a soap opera by any means. One of the best Bonds in years.
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