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This is the second to the last Bond film. The story is amazing, the ending surprised me, which is sad and unexpected. In this film, the wounded Bond set out to find the secret organisation who bombed the MI6 headquarter. Bond arrived at Shanghai and the night skyline is beautiful. Bond killed a man called Patrice who is a senior agent in the secret organisation.
There are lots of fighting and my favourite is the gun which is a Walther PPK. The fighting in a casino in Macau, there was a reptile and I no idea what it is, but it looks scare it's bit like crocodile and ate one of the agent in the terrorist organisation and Bond managed to defeat three agents using a safe of money. With the help of MoneyPenny, Bond succeeded because while Bond was fighting, he felled off a platform and there were two reptile hidden inside. Then not long after there was a shower scene. Bond later found out that the head of the organisation is a Mr Silva who use to be a British agent and was M's favourite. Then Mr Silva believed that M betrayed him and he was so devastated. Bond took M to Scotland to his old house called 'Skyfall' there M got killed and Bond killed Mr Silva. When he got back, the former Chairman of intelligence and security committee became the new M who was played by Ralph Fiennes. M was Judi Dench, and MoneyPenny was played Naomie Harris.
At last, the music must be mentioned, it's a song called Skyfall by Adele. This music couldn't be better, it fits the mood with a hint of sadness. Overall, an amazing film.
Skyfall (2012) is the third Bond film staring Daniel Craig in the lead role. It also stars Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris, among others.
Personally I think that this is the best of Daniel Craig's Bond films.
In Skyfall, secret agents are exposed by a mystery source, and MI6 is attack by a bomb. M does not know who to trust so she and Bond (with the help of Harris' superb MoneyPenny) go under ground and eventually follow the trail of destruction to find Silva (Javier Bardem), a man from M's past who has one hell of a grudge. Throughout this, and whilst we're airing M's skeletons, we're also learning a lot about the enigmatic Bond himself - his upbringing and childhood. And a fair portion of the film is spent at Skyfall - the home which he knew as a youngster in the depths of the Scottish mountains.
This is a great Bond film. Full of gadgets, the classic Aston Martin DB5, women and action. But alongside this, what makes it special, is that it has a really good storyline too. Which, let's be honest, can be lacking in Bond films! The end is unexpected too, which was a nice change!
The special effects are superb, particularly the lengthy train chase sequence which involves an underground train.
And of course, a decent Bond film is incomplete without a cracking soundtrack. Adele's "Skyfall" does not disappoint.
Really good, and definitely worth watching in Blu Ray high definition if you can.