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Skyfall 2012 Subtitles

Amazon Video

(3.127) IMDb 7.8/10
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Bond's loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

Daniel Craig, Judi Dench
2 hours, 23 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Action & Adventure
Director Sam Mendes
Starring Daniel Craig, Judi Dench
Supporting actors Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Marlohe, Albert Finney, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Ola Rapace, Helen McCrory, Nicholas Woodeson, Bill Buckhurst, Elize du Toit, Ian Bonar, Gordon Milne, Peter Basham, Ben Loyd-Holmes, Tonia Sotiropoulou, Wolf Blitzer
Studio MGM
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 14 April 2013
Format: DVD
Enjoyable film as usual excellent opening action sequence. Craig is good and adds the intensity that many like to the Bond role. (he's starting to look a bit older here though)
I do think the film could have been trimmed down a bit or tightened up sequence wise. After the opening there is a bit too much non Bond stuff going on for my tastes, I've no problems with a bit of exploration and talking stuff... some call it getting to know the characters. You could chop 25-30 minutes off this and it would be improved for it.

1 hour and 7 mins in we finally see Javier Bardem, ala Silva the disgruntled ex agent complete with a nice blonde dye job (it does make him very unusual and menacing looking) Javier is superb as the bad guy in this film his presence is felt in every scene he is in (some humorous moments too "oooh Mr Bond chair scene is memorable!). It's just a shame we have to wait this long to get to him.

This Bond film is thin on the gadgets, and some say the better for it. I've no issues with the back to basics take, or the non rule the world plot. Yes it does make a change to have an ex agent theme for this movie. There are some good sequences, but for me it's only when Silva arrives we really get stuck into things (and that's a good half way into the movie). Ending wise I though a little bit basic for me. And the pace of the movie felt too stretched out; as above a good trip to the cutting room would have helped in a lot of ways.

Overall I enjoyed it and surprisingly for a Bond film it does benefit from a second viewing. For me a 4/5 film one of the better Bond movies..but die hard gadget and all action Bond fans might not appreciate the more leisurely pace of the film.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matt Skidmore on 5 Nov. 2015
Format: Blu-ray
I must admit, when I first saw this film at the cinema I was marginally entertained and felt the series had gotten somewhat back on track after the dismal 'Quantum of Solace'. However, after subsequent viewings on the home media format - its faults become all too glaring and the po-faced demeanour the film wallows in with its high gloss veneer masquerading as grand mythos, fail to hide a dull(ish) actioner that jettisons all of the good work from 'Casino Royale' in a lazy attempt to reclaim past glories of the franchise...

The ''story'' has the least secret of agents in the world, James Bond (a returning, worse for wear cross between Sid James and an Orc - Daniel Craig) on assignment in Istanbul with fellow field agent Eve (Naomie Harris) looking for a stolen hard drive containing details of undercover agents placed in terrorist organisations. However, things go a little Pete Tong when she accidently shoots James, forcing him into an watery grave... This leads to a rather nasty turn of events with the undercover agents exposed, MI6 being attacked and M (Judi Dench) forced to relocate the agency. Luckily for us, Bond isn't brown bread after all, and between bouts of ''I'm too old for this s&%t'', he's gone all Carry on Abroad and straight onto the villain's tail - namely a camp, bleach blonde dufus called Silva (Javier Bardem), a tragic man from M's past who wants to settle an old score.

Director Sam Mendes tries hard to make a statement with this film and is clearly ashamed he's actually making one of those silly, popcorn movies (unlike previous helmer Martin Campbell who can seemingly direct these things in his sleep).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dr Dad on 5 Mar. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I took my son to the premier of this film,making it 3 out of 3 for Daniel Craig,now his favorite Bond.While I grew up through the 60's and 70' and enjoyed the original 007 as played by Sean Connery,the one of and vastly underrated performance by George Lazenby,the farce of Rodger Moore playing Simon Templar playing 007 and the mature performances of Timothy Dalton before arriving at last at the super smooth, super cool Pierce Brosnan,who brought 007 into the 21st century and put the ailing franchise firmly back on the world stage and definitely deserved better treatment by the directors and producers.Mr Brosnan should have had more than a measly 4 outings and deserved them but times move on and Daniel Craig is a worthy successor to Pierce the new 007 in his 3rd outing he embodies everything Ian Flemming envisaged all those years ago.Charming and smart when needed.A cold cool calculated killer when M requires it and sometimes when she doesn't the new 007 faces his latest challenge with relentless skill and dogged determination against all odds.old familiar characters missing from Mr Craig's first 2 outings return to the fold.The stunts are amazing,at times downright jaw dropping.A brilliant plot that had everyone in the cinema on the edge of their seats.
BAFTA quite rightly awarded Skyfall Best British Made Film Of The Year,a first for a Bond Movie after 50 years.this is certainly not the end for Mr Craig but more than likely an opening for several more high class movies as 007 if he's up for the demanding challenge of continuing the high standards he himself has set.
Brilliant in every way.More please and soon!
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