James Bond is back and this time we delve deeper into his past. It links all previous Bond films with one character. Bring a past foe back for one more face to face time with our hero. Spectre isn't like the other Bond films. Some of the action was a bit over the top (helicopter scene) and the car chase scene left you wanting more. This entry was still a good one but could be Daniel Craig's last one. Also checkout my quick review of Spectre on You Tube.
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As for this movie the action was good same goes for the story. As for the acting what can I say I don't have a complaint. Lea Seydoux gave us a different performance than from Mission Impossible IV. Which is really good since her character can handle herself. She gave us a woman who lives a normal life and is capable to handle herself; and not heartless like Sibine Moreau. Christoph Waltz gives another brilliant performance with his turn as Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Which I believe is this characters origin movie. Even though this character was played by many actors I think Christoph manages to stick out. The main reason is because he's not bald and no cat. We do see a cat later on in the film though. Andrew Scott gives us another villain that's a pawn in the whole scheme. Andrew was easily looked at as a villain in this movie by me. I know it has a lot to do with his portrayal of Moriarty. He does give a great performance when sharing the screen with Ralph Fiennes and Daniel Craig. Dave Bautista's character Mr. Hinx reminded me a lot of Jaws. Which is big strong and no to be messed with. Even thought his role in the movie was not very long it left an impression.
The thing I loved about these Bond films was the locations they would be shooting in and what we were going to see. Each location they used definitely was a visual beauty from the city scape of London to the snowy Obertilliach Austria. They're was not on location I didn't like I felt they utilized each location the best they can. All in all I was satisfied with this entry in the Bond legacy; and hope they don't go back to over doing it with gadgets.