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By pankjer
Written August 02, 2014
The best Bond ever. It's so different from the previous movies. It has action, humor and something you usually don't see in a Bond movie, heart and soul. A very powerful performance by Craig. The best part is that it comes full circle. Definitely, check out this movie.
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Usual Daniel Craig Bond Movie

By sumukhsh
Written November 29, 2014
Hi Guyz, Dont expect anything 'bond like' in this movie either, just like all previous Daniel Craig bond movies. The action is decent though. MI6 faces threat from one of their own agents when Bond goes all out to protect 'M' and his agency.
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Skyfall was totally fun!

By mrgman65
Written February 27, 2015
Skyfall was very entertaining & fun. I thoroughly enjoyed it and thought that it was a great addition to the Bond franchise. The opening sequence was very exciting, and there were a couple of surprises in the movie. Overall two thumbs up!
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Bring back Sean Connery

By bartab
Written November 11, 2012
Die hard Bond fans might like this movie. I thought it was a 2 1/2 hour bore. I should have saved $15 and seen something else. Missing were the exotic locations ,the gadgets, action and a plot. Daniel Craig looked tired through the movie.The movie spent the last 30 minutes blowing up an old mansion.Javier Bardem plays the villain not very convincingly .Missing was the coin toss and CO2 canister(whatever it was) from “No Country for Old Men”.If he had it in this movie it would have been the best gadget. To be fair if you saw the action in the trailers don’t expect much more.The movie was ½ hour too long.The theater I saw it in was packed. There were plenty of people nodding off and a few people did exit early.
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A Sense of Humor and Javier Bardem. Nuff Said

By altschiller
Written March 02, 2015
Ridiculously improbable-- no, make that impossible --survival scenes, a script that makes Judi Dench seem less than wonderful, made me squirm a bit at the start, but things picked up as a loosened up, aging Daniel Craig shows a sense of ironic humor and Javier Bardem gives his No Country for Old Men performance with a homoerotic twist. He's a wonder. And at the end, I felt this might have been the best of the Bonds.
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