Script: Neal Purvis, Paul Haggis, Robert Wade
Cast: Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Judi Dench, Mads Mikkelsen
Rated : 8 Stars
based on the novel by Ian Fleming
Before I saw this film I said that I would enjoy it, I just decided, spur of the moment type of thing that I would like it. And I’m glad to report that I didn’t have to lie to myself, because I did enjoy it. It isn’t perfect, it is too long and a little lacking in plot. It isn’t isn’t really a Bond film, although of course technically it is. But it doesn’t have the same gadgets and big bad in the same way as the other Bond films.
Instead we get a Bond who is brand new to the world of being a 00 agent.
Craig makes a great Bond, he isn’t really good-looking, but then again I’ve never thought that any of the previous Bonds were good looking either, and I really don’t get the Sean Connery kerfuffle. What Craig has though is presence. He is an excellent actor and really carries off the coldness of Bond. I’d love to see him play an evil bad guy.
There is some great dialogue, some great action scenes, a wonderful car crash and plenty of violence.
Although perhaps I’m a little too cynical because Show Spoiler ▼
All in all a good film, but not really one you’d want to watch twice. Let’s hope that Craig doesn’t do too many Bond flicks because it’d be a waste of his talent.