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I saw Skyfall on Monday, and liked it. But I thought it was the weakest out of the three Daniel Craig Bond movies (but I am weird and loved Quantum of Solace).
I think anyone who is a big Bond fan will love all of the tributes/homages they make to old bond movies. But it felt forced at times, and the "climax" of the movie felt a little too...ridiculous for me to buy into.
Loved Javier as the villain, his performance was well done. Ralph Fines was also very good. The new Q...not so much...
It made me want to see another Bond movie asap. Whoever the writers are on these films are doing a damn good job.
I agree it was good. I think your assessment is pretty spot on, except I would also mention the cinematography was awesome. I have not seen QoS.
Post as if your wife was sitting on my lap.
I liked it.
And the cast as a whole was good.
The final stand at Bond's home reminded me of Home Alone. When they were preparing for the attack, setting traps, barricading windows, etc. I kept hearing this music in my head. Epic.
This post was edited by Ted Brogan on 11/15/2012 at 3:17 AM
Kevin sets the trap and begins to eat Macaroni and Cheese
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