ByJanna Dk MacDonald-Walsh, writer at
Both known and forgotten horror films of the 20th Century
Janna Dk MacDonald-Walsh

Back for the fourth time is Daniel Craig as 007 James Bond, ready for more action, ladies and martini's. Continuing after the death of M (Judi Dench), Bond is more determined then ever to connect the dots of his past and present. Things are complicated, however, when Bond is taken off duty by the new M (Ralph Fiennes), and when there is a merger of MI5 and MI6. A new character code named C (Andrew Scott) also informs M there might be a disbandment of the 00 project, claiming it does more harm then good. While off duty, Bond learns about an organization called Spectre which leads him to man known as Mr. White (Jesper Christensen), whom claims the person who can take him to Spectre is his daughter, Dr. Madeleline Swann (Léa Seydoux). As always, Bond is on a race against the clock to save the world, but this time he learns who is the master behind all of his pain: a man by the name Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz). What I like about this part of the Bond series, is that we taken back to the beginning of Bond's story, and as each new film comes out it is slowly expanded on. We now know more about his backstory then ever before, and the close tie-ins from previous films done by Craig is also extremely refreshing to the series. Like all Bond films, the action is present from beginning to end, with some light-hearted moments, humor, and another Bond lady for romance. While I like Skyfall the best out of the four done by Craig so far, this film was definitely made amazing by the chemistry with Craig and Seydoux, whom was probably the best Bond Girl since Eva Green. The addition of Waltz was another wonderful aspect of this film, whom I must say plays an awesome Blofeld. I'm genuinely excited to see what Craig, and hopefully Waltz, has in store for us in the next Bond film!


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