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United Kingdom, United States · 2015
Rated PG-13 · 2h 28m
Director Sam Mendes
Starring Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes
Genre Action, Adventure, Thriller

A cryptic message from James Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.

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Screen International by Fionnuala Halligan

Bond has seen it all before, this team has done it all before, and the production juggernaut hits every beat with a carefully calibrated precision which can be deeply satisfying but also risk coming across as rote.


Variety by Guy Lodge

What’s missing is the unexpected emotional urgency of “Skyfall,” as the film sustains its predecessor’s nostalgia kick with a less sentimental bent.


CineVue by Joe Walsh

Like Skyfall, Spectre is loaded with allusions to the previous films in the franchise, undoubtedly providing much glee for Bond fans. The nods, quips, and general formula that audiences have come to know soon becomes weary and tiring, however.


Empire by Kim Newman

Even if this is less satisfying overall than Skyfall, there are sequences that rank with Bond’s best.


Total Film by Neil Smith

Though not as dramatically rich or emotionally compelling as Skyfall, Spectre still ranks as a sleek, pulse-pounding if slightly overlong entertainment.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

It’s deeply silly but uproariously entertaining. At the end, I almost felt guilty for enjoying it all quite so much - almost.


The Hollywood Reporter by Stephen Dalton

The first act is great, full of dark portent and bravura film-making flourishes. However, the final hour disappoints, with too many off-the-peg plot twists and too many characters conforming to type.


Time Out London by Tom Huddleston

An unbalanced but never less than entertaining film, enthralling and deflating in roughly equal measure, and studded with moments of true, old-school glory.

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