143 Min | Action – Thriller | October 2012
IMDB Rating: 7.8
Director: Sam Mendes
Starring: Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris
The Skyfall Review: Skyfall is a long-awaited film thanks to MGM’s financial woes, but it delivers. Skyfall takes a darker approach as we’ve seen with the past couple films and it’s very character driven, yet Sam Mendes and the screenwriters still provide a massive injection of fun. Like most Bond films, Skyfall starts with an incredible chase sequence in Istanbul and continues strongly from then on, including a very stylish silhouette fight in Shanghai. The action scenes sequences were pristinely shot and practical effects were at the forefront. A challenge for the Bond series has always been real-world relevance. The series has faced down all challenges, from the end of the Cold War to the War on Terror. Skyfall tackles the changing nature of espionage. MI6 is no longer the shadowy organisation that the British government denied existed, it has to face the realities of the 24-hour media age we live in and the democratic accountability that incurs.
Skyfall also goes full circle for Bond, as the filmmakers reintroduce popular characters, gadgets and humour. In Casino Royale, Bond is a young man who is bold, arrogant and reckless but can get the job done, in Skyfall, Craig is playing an older Bond who is both physically and emotionally vulnerable. The casting of Javier Bardem was a coup for the series and we as Bond fans are rewarded with a great villain. Bardem makes out Raoul Silva to be a man with seemingly camp mannerisms, but the master planner has a very sinister delivery. He has a complex, tragic background but he is not like other Bond villains looking for control, world domination, money or even self-preservation, he simply wants revenge.
Skyfall is a great milestone to celebrate Bond’s 50th birthday on film, and the Easter eggs for fans aren’t overbearing, but rather nice touches. Skyfall felt very much like end of one chapter and the start of a new one. Mendes and the writers were able to reintroduce many tropes of the Bond series and still give them a modern and believable twist. For a film that has a 143-minute running time (the second longest Bond film), Skyfall never felt like it dragged and it was an exciting, entertaining film.
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