by Ronan Wright on November 6, 2012 · 1 comment
The old clichés meet some gentle ribbing but ultimately with affection. You get the impression with Skyfall that this is a new breed of Bond film. It retains the flair of the franchise but brings it up to date. It’s Bond, just better.
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Ronan Wright blogs about films from Belfast at Filmplicity.
Best of Week,
the only good thing about this movie, which I could survive for only about 30 minutes, was beautiful women and beautiful cities. Other than that, another dose of meaningless violence, macho cliches, over-predictable romance and boring boring Craig, who just cannot act.
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