Written October 25, 2016
I Love Bond movies, and love Daniel Craig in the role, and the acting in this movie was superb, but the story line was soooooo dumb. I don't want to wreck the movie for those who haven't yet seen it, but suffice it to say: if you have a mad man killing dozens by the minute as he aims to kill M, why in the world would Bond not get more agents involved in protecting M, especially when they are held up in an old English house in the countryside knowing they are going to be attacked! There are so many lapses from reality in this movie it would take paragraphs to list them. On a positive note, the Bond girls in this movie are as sexy as they come! Penny Money is to die for!
Written June 30, 2016
This is the second time I know of that an alarm has been pulled....apparently a false alarm.
I will no longer use Fandango unless Fandango changes its refund policy. I am in the process of requesting a refund or another showtime from Regal but we'll see. The theatre is flat out turning ghetto...unless the alarm pulls are guarded or otherwise changed, I'll take my business elsewhere.
Written July 26, 2016
This movie was fantastic! My whole family and I went to see it and we all loved it! The action is fantastic and the lines are hilarious and classic James Bond. I thought they did a great job with the whole movie overall. I thought the scene before the beginning credits was so unexpected and gripping! I was already captivated before the beginning credits! Plus, I also love the Skyfall song by Adele. So catchy!
Written January 19, 2017
Another exciting bond story with the usual heroic stunts and beautiful women. The new Q is quite good, and will be fun to watch in future shows. The stunts and special effects are spectacular, especially the subway derailment and the eerie effect of the damage to the antagonist's teeth from a failed cyanide attempt. Nothing new in this story, but classic Bond ... and Daniel Craig is just as good as Sean Connery. IMO, he is the first worthy successor to Connery as 007.
Written December 04, 2016
Skyfall presents Bond at a depth which he has rarely been seen. A cliffhanger opening leads to a journey into Bond's distant past where no audience has seen him. The double-O agent has encounters with varied characters from different chapters of his life. We see the return of two of Bond's closest allies "for the first time". And James puts his mettle to the test as he fights against Time's inevitable effect on his skill as a spy and a soldier. The story builds on the foundations of the early Bond films, bringing classic elements into play of style, intrigue, technology, and peril. Buckle up and hold on for the drop into Skyfall.