"Skyfall" is not one of those movies that is a movie I did not like from the first time and with each new watch it got worse and worse. I still can not understand why anyone can like this movie and still am still shocked to see how many people worship this movie. That people love this movie is bad enough but that they praise this movie as much as anyone else that is the biggest tragedy
"Skyfall" contains no suspense the drama is passable but the effects are funny there is no real plot I third of the movie is just jumping from one place to the next and so I really really took a long time to follow the process of the movie It's always going to be bad if you only see an action movie but you have to read through the Wikipedia article to get the plot (I mean that's not Blade Runner what the complicated storyline?), but I'm a lot more baffled the train that arrives so well on the ground nothing done dirt that has no special quality or anything special.
I even go so far as to say that the film would not even have received a third of the money of praise or prizes if not for the brand name James Bond.
Everything in this movie is stupid the characters you suffer can die all the ones you do not like die sometime later but then not in a good way, Javier Bardem looks like they painted him the visage, and the movie is literally anti-climatic you because the entire last third is even more boring than the rest of the movie. So the movie starts okay, then gets annoying then gets boring and ends in just awful.
I do not understand today it was the people who loved this movie so much and I honestly lost interest in the answer, of course I know the tastes are always different and not all like that but if he changes me half a puzzle want and say that is the most beautiful picture in the world although over half missing and what you see looks like ass then I miss the words.
My conclusion, of course, is that the James Bond films are not always the best in the world and I know that they are made for entertainment only because none of these films will get you an Oscar or be represented very much in the general movie encyclopedia but Skyfall is absolutely shitty, Direct are pretty stupid, the drama is tolerable, the record is super stupid, the end is a single insult and the music would be pitiful even for a Disney musical.
This movie should die.
Skyfall is a hell of a ride. The action is non-stop, but clever, inventive and totally funny at times. Look out for the Caterpillar excavator on the train and the Komodo Dragons in the pit. Very funny!
The restrained and perfectly delivered banter, especially between James and M, is as extraordinarily clever and dry as only the Brits can do.
Everyone puts in star performances, but as I expected, Javier Bardem steals the show from Craig, Dench, Fiennes and the beautiful French Bond girl, Severine (Bérénice Marlohe). After No Country for Old Men I thought he would be hard pressed to play as interesting a character. I was wrong. As Silvahe is absolutely mesmerising to watch - the way he walks, smiles, contemplates life, flirts with Bond and threatens M.
Skyfall is the quintessential James Bond movie with glamour, worldwide locals, gorgeous girls, over-the-top action and dry humour; but it also has depth, honour and wit. It raises issues such as blind faith in your country, loyalty to others and yourself, and personal responsibility.
I cannot tell you without giving away the film. It does revolve around M, though. You will know it when you see it.
All three Bond films starring Daniel Craig have been exceptional. (OK, perhaps Quantum of Solace lacked a bit of direction.) I hope the trend continues and Sam Mendes is kept on as director.
I loved this one.
In Skyfall, Bond goes through a rebirth - both the franchise and the character. Bond faces off against Silva, who was also abandoned by M, and thus, Bond takes on a mirror image of himself, an incarnation of what his alcoholism and bitterness could possibly turn himself into. It's never fully implied if M intended to sacrifice Bond - or Silva - and that's the beauty of this film; it has a certain ambiguity to it that allows you to truly think. Bond doesn't just beat up baddies - he goes through a test of bravery and trust that is emphasized in this movie. We don't just see Bond's struggles, we see him as a person - his humanity, his flaws, the fact that he isn't Mr. Perfect Agent.
P.S. Adele's ''Skyfall'' in the intro was pefection!