movie does not completely disappoint. The views of Shanghai are
simply stunning and almost worth the price of admission alone.
into his clutches is simply ridiculous. By isolating the person from adequate
security and relying only on himself to deal with the team of killers he had
expected to pursue them, his judgement is seriously open to question. As
such, the conclusion is inevitable, and 007 deserves to be forcibly re-
tired for his sheer inadequacy in the art of strategic planning.
handle himself in a fight. When SEAN CONNERY made his debut in
DR NO back in 1962, some critics dismissed him as nothing more than "a
thug in a dinner-suit". Craig fits this description even more than Connery
did, but where he is less adept is in capturing the qualities of elegance and
Bond comes across as a much more one-dimensional character
'new' direction now means that she couldn't have been M when
007 was a more seasoned assassin than he is now.
All the producers had to do was introduce new actors in the roles of Bond,
M, Q & Moneypenny at the same time. As it is, Skyfall's nod to previous
origins of their heroes every few years.
foot and Craig is only about five-ten. Apparently, LEWIS COLLINS was
passed over for the part in the 1980s because he didn't 'measure up' in the
height department, so it seems Barbara Broccoli has abandoned her late
father's standards in regard to casting. Cubby even lamented Connery's
baldness, saying: "It's a shame Sean lost his hair", but that at least
was something the make-up department could remedy.
out of the way, when 007 returns in his next cinematic outing, it will be the