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Spectre

2015 "A Plan No One Escapes"
6.8| 2h28m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 26 October 2015 Released
Producted By: Columbia Pictures
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Official Website: https://www.mgm.com/movies/spectre
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A cryptic message from 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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Sebastian Salling Kierkegaard This is the only "Bond/007" film I have seen. But it surprised me. I thought it was exiting and fun. Go watch it if you're a "Bond" fan!
niptuklady I watched Spectre Jan 11, 2018. Avoided it because of the bad reviews.Finally said, what the heck, it's on Amazon Prime, how much could it really suck? It's a BOND film for Gosh Sakes, and well, how much could it suck?As a fan of the books, having read all of them at least 3 times, and having seen all Bond films going back to seeing the first in the theater as a young boy, with my parents, I LOVED the Homage paid to past Bond films, in particular, the opening sequence, calling to mind Live and Let Die, Thunderball, and Dr. No, not to mention the fact that Ian Fleming wrote lovingly about the Caribbean Culture which surrounded his Jamaican home Goldeneye.The action was a good and gritty as any Bond film ever, the sets exquisite, the videography often stunning (opening sequencing decidedly Orwellian). The ending, was most satisfying. The Villains creepy. Believable in Bond world land.Favorite Scene? When Bond creatively dispatches the two hit men sent to dispatch the widow of the assassin he had dispatched. Convoluted? Only in my writing. In the movie, it's Bond at his stylish killing best.I could go on and on, but why bother. Movies are subjective. Maybe I liked this Bond so much, because I expected to hate it. I am so glad, I didn't. If you have avoided it, because you have the same expectations, avoid it no longer. Watch it. Enjoy it. Screw all the bad reviews. But don't let my 5 Thumbs up rating set you up, for a letdown. Forget what I said when you watch. Tell yourself in advance, "I've heard this movie sucks, how bad can it be, it's a Freaking Bond Film!"
rwmerrell The plot ties the history of Spectre up in a nice bow. The action and suspense intertwine to keep you on the edge of your seat. Craig is great. The subplot is timely with data mining being so prevalent. For me this film ranks with Goldfinger, Skyfall, and For Your Eyes Only as some ot the best.
Gavin Purtell 'Spectre' is the 24th Bond film and Daniel Craig's fourth - and final - outing as 007. Is not the best Bond, but nor is it the worst. It does play a lot on nostalgia and the villains/plots (Spectre) of the Moore/Connery eras. It has a lot of classic Bond attributes going for it: worldwide locations (Mexico, Italy, Austria, Morocco), great cars & car chases, plane/helicopter stunts, some sly humour, martinis, explosions and disobeying orders, but it also feels a little tired in places.The plot does well to link in aspects of 'Casino Royale', 'Quantum of Solace' and 'Skyfall', but doesn't really offer much of a driving force, as does Blofeld (Waltz)'s motive as the villain - it's there, but poorly articulated and Waltz is not fully utilised as well as he could be, which is a shame, since we know he can be a great bad guy ('Inglorious Basterds' & 'Django Unchained'). Swann (Seydoux) is also adequate, but never 100% convincing.There's probably too many "down"/slow moments in a 2 & a half hour film, but at times the score - or lack of, before it kicks back in - is excellent. Q (Whishaw) and M (Fiennes) are both good and get a bit more screen time than usual. The fight scenes are well done and there's plenty of action, but I'm interested to see who the next Bond is - and hope they give us four or five years to anticipate it.