007 (Daniel Craig) becomes M's only ally as MI6 comes under attack, and a mysterious new villain emerges with a diabolical plan. James Bond's latest mission has gone horribly awry, resulting in the exposure of several undercover agents, and an all-out attack on M16. Meanwhile, as M (Judi Dench) plans to relocate the agency, emerging Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee Mallory (Ralph Fiennes) raises concerns about her competence while attempting to usurp her position, and Q (Ben Whishaw) becomes a crucial ally. Now the only person who can restore M's reputation is 007. Operating in the dark with only field agent Eve (Naomie Harris) to guide him, the world's top secret agent works to root out an enigmatic criminal mastermind named Silva (Javier Bardem) as a major storm brews on the horizon. Albert Finney also stars in the 23rd installment of the long-running spy series. The film was directed by Sam Mendes (American Beauty, Revolutionary Road) and shot by acclaimed cinematographer Roger Deakins (True Grit, The Reader, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford).
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Daniel Craig not the best Bond.
Probably the best modern Bond film.
Just what you expect from a Bond movie...super action sequences. The story is good, too, and the set-up for more to come is brilliant. Loved it!
It was a good Bond film. Nothing spectacular I suppose, but at least there wasn't as much womanizing/sex in this one. The action sequences were well done though.
Thoroughly in the outrageous Bond tradition!
Big production, not a big Bond movie fan so yeah. It's shot well and writing is good. Just not my type of movie.
Glorious addition to the franchise! By far my favorite Bond film ever. Fantastic performance by Javier Bardem as a nuanced Bond villain and love the addition of Ben Whishaw playing the sexy-smart-cute new Q. Daniel Craig brings layers of subtext to every scene. This was a twisted, sexy, breathless 007 tale and I want to watch it again and again. **Bonus points for the dreamlike opening credits sequence to Adele's vocals on Skyfall.