“Let the sky fall. When it crumbles, we will stand tall, and face it all together.”
Sam Mendes orchestrates a piece of celluloid perfection with the third Daniel Craig installment. From the moment Bond’s silhouette sinks into crystal waters and Adele’s voice enters the tympanic membrane, valid Bond fans will envisage what waits in the coming two hours.
The set pieces throughout each act propel the film to an epic conclusion that will transcend Bond fanatics and moviegoers alike. Javier Bardem is arguably the most twisted, dastardly, unhinged and cunning amalgamation Bond has ever faced in his fifty years, and ‘my-oh-my’ is it a pleasure to behold…
From a cinematography aspect, the film is superlative, and quite possibly the best the series has ever seen — no buffoonery.
In closing, allow yourself to become captivated with the 23rd installment of the James Bond franchise, as this will not disappoint; nor deny the craving for Bond magic.
Skyfall will cement itself alongside such EON classics as From Russia With Love, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Man with the Golden Gun, and Goldeneye.