Written November 12, 2012
This was probably Daniel Crag's best Bond Film yet. The plot was excellent and it kept you on the edge of your seat throughout.
I really like how they make him look more like a regular guy that happens to be in the British Secret Service. It is believable, which is part of what makes it so good.
I highly recommend seeing this!!
Written November 08, 2012
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!
Written November 11, 2012
If you can see this film in IMAX, you should. Exclusively in IMAX you get to see over 30% more footage on a big, immersive screen. It will only enhance the experience of watching big, heart pounding action sequences and the intense bone-crunching fight scenes.
The best part about this movie is that there are no unnecessary explosions!
Written November 12, 2012
My wife and I liked the movie very much; rated it an A. Being senior citizens, we have probably seen all 23 of the Bond movies, and Skyfall ranks up there at the very top. Daniel Craig seems now very comfortable in his role as 007. Judy Dench was superb as usual. The bad guy was wonderfully evil. It's a great story and definitely worth seeing in IMAX. I don't think some scenes are appropriate for kids younger than teenagers. One younger boy seemed to clutch his older brother often during intense moments. Bringing back elements of some of the past Bond movies was fun, and the homoerotic scene was a bit of a shock, although well done. The Broccoli family should be very proud of this latest attempt to keep the Bond genre alive and well as it enters its second half century. Bravo!
Written November 13, 2012
I totally love this movie! Daniel Craig did an excellent job making Bond seem more edgier and human. I really liked the back story we get on him. Javier Bardem's turn as a villian was great! He seemed to really enjoy making his character slightly insane and off balance. Go see this movie on the IMAX screen. You will not regret it. :)