Written May 01, 2016
Once again Daniel Craig shows he has what it takes to play in an action movie, however parts of his portrayal of an aging Bond seemed a little forced. In this installation we see a different Bond than we have seen before, a more vulnerable man who is both injured and showing his age.
While the action scenes were for the most part well done, whoever the producers used as a technical consultant should be ashamed of the absolute crap they put in this movie. For a new take on the series where in the previous two with Craig that they have focused on making the movies more reality based, the tech aspects of this film were absolutely stupid and detracted from the movie, keeping it from being an A and lowering it to an overall B- since it played such a pivotal role in several key scenes. Next time the producers need to get a tech advisor who knows what the hell they are doing and make it realistic instead of laughable to those of us who know better, or even any grade school student.
Written February 10, 2016
This is a must see move...not for just Bond fans, but for movie lovers alike. The characters have depth and no wonder with all the oscars winners in the cast. The action is engaing and Javier Bardem has raised the bar for Bond villians. Daniel Craig owns the right to hold is Walter PPK and is the most likable Bond since Sean Connery.
Written June 03, 2015
It was GREAT! Loved it in IMAX. I thought it might be a problem with the action and all the movement that usually bothers me, but it was not a problem. Will do it again!!!
Written July 30, 2016
Classic Bond, in today's time. I watched the movie in IMAX. It was worth the extra money, so skip the popcorn and put the money toward the IMAX ticket. I would bring young children to this film. The shooting locations were a great choice. If your a fan of the bond series Must Go.
Written May 02, 2016
What a movie, this is another best of the best .. Not as intent action as the pervious one, this one is a lot more emotional. A man never have fear drop his first tear!