Skyfall - Limited Edition Steelbook (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy)
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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. Special Features: Intro Opening Sequence--The Death of Bond Title Sequence--Working The Titles 007--The Return of James Bond Q--Back to Basics DB5--Behind the Wheel Women--The Good, The Bad and the Beautiful Villains--In the Shadows Locations--License To Travel Music--The Sound of Bond The End Sequence--The Beginning of the End M--Changes The Future--New Beginnings Skyfall Premiere Commentary by Director Sam Mendes Commentary by Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson and Production Designer Dennis Gassner Soundtrack Promotional Spot The Blu-ray offers Latin Spanish, French, Italian, Russian and Ukrainian language dubbing and Latin Spanish, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Norwegian, Russian, Swedish, Estonian, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian and Chinese Mandarin subtitles. The DVD is Region 2 and offers Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Turkish language dubbing and Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian and Turkish subtitles.
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In many ways the film is a journey into the past, starting out as an epic globe-trotting adventure before scaling down to Bond's childhood Scottish roots and finally bringing the series full circle with Moneypenny back in the same blue dress she wore in Dr No and M no longer in a hi-tech office but the old wood-panelled one with the same padded door and the same naval painting on the wall from the Bernard Lee days, rewinding the series to the Connery era. If hats were still in fashion, Craig would have made his entrance throwing his onto the hat stand. It's a deliciously understated scene that goes uncommented on - thankfully the film never feels the need to knowingly wink at the audience - that will have Bond fans of old feeling like a puppy dog with two tails.Read more ›
I remember watching the pre-credits sequence with an irrepressible smile on my face; Bond was back, exactly as he should be. Everything was perfect, from the humour, to the action, to the little tug to straighten his cuffs (as every gent knows, a finger of cuff below the jacket sleeve is essential), and then the film just got better. I know that if you consider Silva's plan it really doesn't stand up to scrutiny, but this movie is made with such joy and respect to the history of the franchise that I just don't care. Not since Goldfinger has, for me, an actor nailed Bond as perfectly as Craig does here. He's weary, cynical, but absolutely brilliant at what he does. And of course there's Judi Dench as M. Trying to decide whether she's better than Bernard Lee, or vice versa, is like trying to decide whether chocolate is better than fudge; they're both brilliant. But i loved her speech at the public enquiry, stirring and yet relevant to the world that we live in.
So I loved it, sure it has faults; but nothing's perfect. I recommend this to fans of the Bond franchise and to those who just enjoy a great action movie; it's blooming fantastic.
Good solid enjoyable action entertainment
There were so many wonderful moments. The entire opening teaser (I especially liked how it began with its own spin on the gunbarrel). The title sequence. The scenes of Bond trying to cope living on an island and trying to recapture the thrill of his job with the scorpion drinking games. The reveal that Bond didn't pass the tests but M took him back anyway. The scene in Shanghai where Bond grabs onto the bottom of a flipping lift as it's going up and then witnesses an assassination and gets into in a punch-up in the shadows, all against the surreal backdrop of the reflected Shanghai skyline. The Q-Branch scene which brings back all the sorely missed elements of Bond and Q's relationship yet still feels like a completely new take on the character (certainly more than Cleese). The casino scene complete with a dangerous pit with a man-eating Kimodo Dragon (slightly dodgy CGI aside), which contains the great moment where the underwhelming isomorphically-controlled gun turned out to work just as well as any of Q's gadgets should. Silva's island, a brilliant spin on the classic Bond Villain Lair with considerably more creepy undertones due to the whole ghost-town vibe.Read more ›
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The most successful Bond film of all time! The final appearance of Judy Dench as 'M', the Oscar-winning title song by Adele & exceptional cinematography that should have won an... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Eric H.
More chilling than Casino Royale, which was an excellent Bond film also worthy of five stars, and far superior to Spectre, for which I gave a solid four.Published 26 days ago by Suki
brought as a gift for my wife and she has watched it alot! she rates it as one of the best bond films.Published 1 month ago by Mr M