Skyfall Review | GES

Bond’s allegiance to M is tested as a new villain comes to town; the future of MI6 is threatened, both politically and physically.

Tam: As someone who is quite a big fan of the Bond franchise, I walked into the cinema with the expectation of seeing 007 up to his old tricks: using ridiculous weapons to kill the bad guys, being intimate with a few temptresses (some of whom may or may not be working for the villain) and of course, drinking his trademark shaken martini. I can honestly say that I was not disappointed. From the stunning visuals to the slightly disturbing villain, Raoul Silva, it’s clear that this is the best instalment yet.

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