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Spectre 2015 PG-13 CC

A cryptic message from Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.

Starring:
Naomis Harris, Monica Bellucci
Runtime:
2 hours, 28 minutes

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Genres Thriller, Adventure, Action, Mystery
Director Sam Mendes
Starring Naomis Harris, Monica Bellucci
Supporting actors Daniel Craig, Dave Bautista, Andrew Scott, Rory Kinnear, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Christoph Waltz, Lea Seydoux
Studio MGM
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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By HMS Warspite TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 18, 2015
Format: Blu-ray
Daniel Craig's tenure as James Bond has been a rebooting of the 007 franchise, as a young Bond becomes a mature agent. "Spectre" is the end of that narrative arc. In this outing, Bond's opponent is a man whose name will be familiar to long time fans of the franchise.

The movie opens with a terrific action sequence in Mexico, set on the Day of the Dead. Bond is off on a private mission, while MI-6, in the fallout from "Skyfall", is facing termination. With help from Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and Q (Ben Whishaw), Bond will doggedly pursue a trail of clues to a young woman who may have some of his answers. Together, they will find and face an old acquaintance who is the head of a very evil and very powerful organization.

The movie has a story, and plenty of action sequences, one after another. The movie's subtheme, about the power of information and its misuse, is very topical, and the villain himself is urbanely, cheerfully nasty. There is a worthy evil henchman to be fought, an exciting car chase sequence in Rome, after dark, and an even better chase sequence in the Austrian Alps. Highly recommended as good entertainment for fans of the franchise.
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Following on from arguably the most fascinating, and evidently the most successful instalment in Bond history, "SPECTRE" is destined to be compared to "Skyfall"'s colossal impact. Cleverly enough, director Sam Mendes turns those expectations by opting for a less risky, but equally ambitious choice, thus, to employ every trick in the Bond book onscreen in order to remind us why we love 007. The basic plot sees the 00 programme coming under threat from a merger between MI5 and MI6, as Bond has to disobey orders and strike out on his own against SPECTRE (=Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion). It gets very complicated as the fiilm progresses, so it's wise not to say anything more. The 4-word epigraph that begins the film ("The dead are alive"), and the pre-credits set piece (Bond in masked skeleton costume in Mexico City during the Day of the Dead), set the tone early.

"Skyfall" told a different type of story, and spent its last half taking Bond home. There is a hangover from that personal story angle in "SPECTRE" in a backstory that links Bond's unhappy childhood with the creation of SPECTRE. This derivative nature of the relationship between Bond's past and present, and his troubled personality are explored rather extensively. Fortunately "SPECTRE" does not forget to have fun, too. After all, this is what 007 movies are supposed to be. In terms of the series trajectory, "SPECTRE" is a place-holder.
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To start this review off I'd like to say that Daniel Craig is my favorite Bond. Even though I am a classically trained Bond fan. I grew up with Connery films and I love the entire franchise. Craig's films overall though have been far and away my favorite. The reviews for this latest entry though had been mixed so my expectations were a bit lowered. To put it simply though Spectre blew me away. Daniel Craig once again nails the character perfectly. If this is his final bow as the character he ends on a high note. His performance is just incredible. The Bond Girl this time around is played by Lea Seydoux known for her performance in Blue is the Warmest Color. It's the first love interest since Eva Green's Vesper Lynd in Craig's first outing, and the relationship is well handled. It feels real and not tacked on to fill the beautiful woman quota.

The film follows Bond's path of discovery as he fights to learn the truth behind a mysterious evil organization. Now this may sound like a familiar plot point for a Bond film, but it is done with expert execution. The organization is run by a man that just might have a past with James. Their story is an excellent emotional ride that does a great job of tying all the previous Craig films together. I recommend that if you haven't seen his other films, or it's been a while you should see or get a refresher before you see Spectre. There are many nods and references made to his other films and overall Spectre won't have the same impact if you hadn't seen his other movies. Also clocking in at almost two and a half hours Spectre is James Bond's longest outing. However the pace is so well done it never feels like it overstays it's welcome.

The action in the film is very well constructed yet again by Sam Mendes.
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I am shocked and appalled at the negative reaction to this movie. Let me preface this review by saying, if your style of action movie is something like "Furious 7" you may have no interest in Spectre.

Lets start from the beginning.

Just because you don't understand a movie, doesn't mean it's not good. There are many reasons you might not understand this movie, if you're not a real Bond fan and are just looking for a good popcorn flick, this may not be for you. It's not really a multitasking movie, if you weren't paying attention, or were anticipating being force-fed the plot that would explain as to why you were lost.

What makes a Bond movie? What are the factual elements that comprise a James Bond film?

1. The cars. Spectre uses the all new (and Bond modified) Aston Martin DB10 and it is an absolute monster. There are several adrenaline pumping chase scenes in the movie (another Bond staple) that should keep you entirely enthralled. If that isn't enough wait til the end.

2. Bond girls. Spectre features not 1, but 2 Bond girls (although one with significantly less screen time). First you have Italian born actress Monica Bellucci, and next (the real Bond girl) you have the gorgeous Parisian Léa Seydoux, who not only looks good but was great for that role.

3. The gadgets. A lot of older Bond fans (specifically Moore fans) may be salty about the fact that the Craig-Bond doesn't use a ton of silly gadgets in his movies. While Spectre continues that trend, it is also not completely devoid of any Bond gadgets.

4. The attire. Like Skyfall, the production and costume design for Spectre was mesmerizing. Specifically for James Bond, who was outfitted in every scene courtesy of Tom Ford.
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