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Submitted by MinimeJer05 1093d ago | review

Skyfall Blu-ray Review - WGTC

Jeremy of We Got This Covered wrote, "Resurrection is the real name of the latest James Bond film titled Skyfall. Acclaimed director Sam Mendes has done what most thought was impossible; he’s successfully revived the financially struggling franchise. He’s not only made a great follow-up to the disappointing Quantum of Solace, but he’s also managed to make one of the better Bond films. Skyfall is slick, action-packed and exactly the James Bond film that we’ve all been waiting for." (Blu-ray, Skyfall) 4.5/5

alycakes  +   1093d ago
Great movie and great Blu-Ray. Couldn't wait to try it on my new tv that I got for Xmas..

This was by far the best Bond movie ever done.
arukas  +   1092d ago
I havent enjoy a Bond film as much as I enjoyed this one, the scenes, the music, the action, the drama... the story .
Mendes did a great job, cant wait to try the dvd

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