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United Kingdom, United States · 2012
Rated PG-13 · 2h 23m
Director Sam Mendes
Starring Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes
Genre Action, Adventure, Thriller

With MI6 under attack from inside and out, M turns to the one agent she can trust: James Bond, who until recently was presumed dead. Spending time in the grave has dulled Bond's skills, but he'll need to sharpen them to deal with the dangers surfacing from both M's past and his own.

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Skyfall is widely considered Craig's best outing as Bond, and for good reason. Unlike previous Bond films, Skyfall shakes up the formula by taking James off his A-game. He's not the spy he once was, and the years of injury and trauma are starting to show. In addition, Skyfall gives audiences their first look into Bond's past, shedding some light on the circumstances that created this iconic character. Judi Dench's M shines in this installment, as her maternal relationship with Bond is brought to the forefront. Overall, the glimpses into Bond's backstory, his struggles to get his edge back, and his connection with M make Skyfall the most personal James Bond story to date.

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While director Sam Mendes, aided and abetted by a crack technical team, delivers big-screen action with panache and style, something about this Bond feels a little off.


Empire by Kim Newman

Skyfall is pretty much all you could want from a 21st Century Bond: cool but not camp, respectful of tradition but up to the moment, serious in its thrills and relatively complex in its characters but with the sense of fun that hasn't always been evident lately.


Total Film by Neil Smith

The Daniel Craig era comes of age with a ballsy Bond that takes brave chances and bold risks. Guess what? Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks.


The Playlist by Oliver Lyttelton

Best of all is the bad guy. Javier Bardem was always a tantalizing choice to play a Bond villain, and his Silva is a terrific creation, and certainly the most memorable villain in the series in decades.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Putting the "intelligence" in MI6, Skyfall reps a smart, savvy and incredibly satisfying addition to the 007 oeuvre, one that places Judi Dench's M at the center of the action.


The Hollywood Reporter by Todd McCarthy

Dramatically gripping while still brandishing a droll undercurrent of humor, this beautifully made film will certainly be embraced as one of the best Bonds by loyal fans worldwide and leaves you wanting the next one to turn up sooner than four years from now.

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