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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Skyfall (2012)

Skyfall (2012)Bond's mission is to keep a computer drive that has a list of British agents from being used against them. He chases the man who has it and they have a brawl on top of a train. Eve, an agent sent to assist Bond has them in her cross hairs but hesitates to take the shot because she might hit Bond but M orders her to take it. She does, and hits Bond who falls into the river and is believed to be dead. A few months later, the British government is upset with MI6 for losing the list; specifically with M. She is told that she'll be allowed to retire but she refuses to leave till the matter is resolved. So she returns to HQ to work on it but as she arrives, there's an explosion. In the meantime, Bond, who is not dead, has been laying low. When he learns of what happened, he returns. And M tasks him with finding the one who has the information. He eventually learns that the man who has it, is someone from M's past and who has it in for her.

Skyfall (2012) official movie trailer 1 [HD]

Skyfall (2012) movie details
 Release Date : 9 November 2012 (USA)
Cast                 : Daniel Craig,Judi Dench,Javier Bardem,Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris
Director           : Sam Mendes
Writer              : Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, John Logan and Ian Fleming
Studio              : MGM / Sony Pictures
Genre              : Action, Adventure,Crime,Thriller, Drama
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MPPA            : Rated PG-13 for intense violent sequences throughout, some sexuality, language and smoking
Runtime         : 2 hours 23 minutes  
Filming Locations: Glen Etive, Highland, Scotland, UK 

Skyfall (2012) screenshots
Skyfall (2012)

Skyfall (2012) official movie trailer 2 [HD] 

Skyfall (2012) movie reviews
If you can forget the putrid follow-up to Casino Royale that was Quantum of Solace, then Skyfall continues James Bond's backstory with staggering style and assurance. This is Bond like you've never seen him, almost Freudian in his vulnerability. And a dynamite Daniel Craig, never better in the role, nails Bond's ferocity and feeling. Mortality lurks in the shadows as Craig digs deep into Bond's past. Citizen Kane had his Rosebud. Bond has his Skyfall. What is it? I'll never tell. Don't expect hints in Adele's beauty of a title song. Even Javier Bardem's dangerously thrilling baddie, Silva, has real-world issues. Ben Whishaw is wily fun as a young Q with his own take on gadgets. And Judi Dench, magisterial and magnificent as M, Bond's boss, lets go with the emotional heat she withheld in the Pierce Brosnan films. Bond cries. You might, too. This time it really is personal. source
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