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An instant classic. Shaken not stirred.,
This review is from: Skyfall (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)
A five star blinder. This is up there with my all time favourites OHMSS & Goldfinger.
Daniel Craig captures the dangerous and damaged man Fleming wrote him as.
Something that I felt was also partially captured by George lazenby, especially in his quieter scenes. I refer to the deaths of the two most important women in Bonds life! Spoilers withheld-- ( fans know what I refer too).
The cinematography is cold as quartz in the bejing scenes and movingly patriotic in the Scotish and city scape imagery. Well I am British after all and get choked up over the sheer "bull dog Drummond" character of this film.
I could go on about how it ends with Bond becoming who we meet at the start of Connerys tenure or how he looks like he could really kill someone and still have time to shoot his cuffs, but I think I will finish by saying that I believe this will become another of those few Bond movies that you always loved ton watch at Christmas as a kid.
Pure class, well done Daniel you are the man,
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Initial post: 3 Mar 2013 02:30:04 GMT
Jeff Pipsey says:
About time they did a 'reboot' of Bulldog Drummond... (and Dick Barton for that matter.)
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