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  1. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Skyfall

    Riffs on Bond's place in the modern-world; his role as anachronism: connecting the usual espionage & intrigue to a political narrative that is frighteningly relevant. There's a moral complexity here too often lacking in other Bond productions; the villain is grounded & sympathetic, while protagonists are ruthless & unfeeling. This is a Bond film that begins 'big’ then closes in to something more intimate & cinematic.

  2. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Skyfall

  3. Bernardo Crastes's rating of the film Skyfall

    Thrilling and compelling for the first half, with a great contribution from Bardem's deranged and quirky villain, but the wrapping up lacks momentum and tension. Beautiful varied settings, of which the winner is clearly the city lights of Shanghai.

  4. Hippie Anime Trash's rating of the film Skyfall

    Worst of all the new Bond movies :(

  5. Sacha Raphard's rating of the film Skyfall

    Le méchant fonctionne très bien et le scénario est bien foutu, du coup forcément un grand James Bond avec un Daniel Craig parfait dans le rôle.

  6. Star Lord's rating of the film Skyfall

  7. Cherry's rating of the film Skyfall

    Three stars is generous...good cinematography and I must admit seeing it at the IMAX for the first time enhanced the experience

  8. MistaRichard's rating of the film Skyfall

    Daniel Craig > pretty much every Bond ever.

  9. FISCHER's rating of the film Skyfall

    Après une époustouflante course-poursuite en moto et en ouverture, sur les toits stambouliotes et quelques prouesses annexes sur un convoi ferroviaire, le film baisse de rythme et d'intérêt, en se fourvoyant dans d'inutiles connotations oedipiennes, de sentencieuses considérations psychologiques sur l'âge et la vieillesse, pour finalement s'égarer dans le giron matriciel d'un vieux manoir écossais. www.cinefiches.com

  10. Nick Schwab's rating of the film Skyfall

    Skyfall doesn't find its footing until after the hour mark with Bardem's character, then it gets quite good. The character is akin to the sympathetic nature of Batman's Two-Face, but is still underused. In that first hour, Skyfall sadly takes from the recent spate of overdone action films that show their aging hero past their prime before it's Bond by way of Nolan doing Peckinpah in the 2nd, and is much more tense.

  11. David Sindmark Hörnfeldt's rating of the film Skyfall

    The best Bond film ever, with the worst Bond ever. Daniel Craig has never been good as Bond even if he's doing a good performance. But Javier Bardem,Judi Dench, Naomi Harris and Ralph Fiennes saves the acting by miles; and of course Roger Deakins cinematography is gorgeous.

  12. Gabriele Pumo's rating of the film Skyfall

  13. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Skyfall

    The Bond producers finally wake up and realise that if you put a great director together with a great script, you can elevate the character to new heights. Potentially the best Bond film ever made - bold, beautifully shot (love the almost dialogue free Shanghai scene) and solves the existential crisis that the franchise found itself in post Bourne.

  14. Elle Johnston's rating of the film Skyfall

    Bond goes on a Scottish holiday. Would not use his travel service.

  15. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film Skyfall

    Exploration of impotence amounts to a whole lot of nothing in this beautifully shot movie.

  16. Eric Brightwell's rating of the film Skyfall

    Great wardrobe -- especially the waxed Barbour jacket.

  17. James Mackin's rating of the film Skyfall

    My favourite Bond film of all time.

  18. SiIencio's rating of the film Skyfall

    Trademark frantic OTT chases and shoot-outs in fairly opulent surroundings, particularly Shanghai. Mendes balances a passionate war-on-terror indictment with the need for accountability in those govt agencies operating from the shadows. The film thrashes some Bond mythology and shows a more realistic human facet. Bardem makes a terrific impersonation of a Bond villain despite his brief time on screen & poor accent.

  19. nargs_au's rating of the film Skyfall

    Not a Bond fan at all but this was amazing.

  20. HKFanatic's rating of the film Skyfall

    After two entries that went out of their way to reinvent Bond as a lethal agent who didn't give a damn if his martini was shaken or stirred, I find it odd that that the filmmakers tie themselves in knots trying to turn Daniel Craig into 'that guy' we all know from 50 years of pop culture. The incessant callbacks to Bond history prove distracting, as does the film's blase' attitude about Bérénice Marlohe's fate.

  21. Estelle Pérot et Olivier Euzen's rating of the film Skyfall

    My first Bond on a big screen. I loved to travel the world, bright skies, dark nights, misty Skyfall. Adele 's song matches perfectely this atmosphere. Well Craig is to much a boxer for my taste. I wish he could move his head ... But at least he shows more than ever that Bond is the child of a consumerist, bold headed, white and male oriented society.

  22. Alexander Dunkelberger's rating of the film Skyfall

    Not only the best of the Daniel Craig Bond films, but the best Bond film period. Everything comes together perfectly in this one: a strong central performance from Craig, a great and thrilling screenplay, smart and confident direction, a great bond villain in Javier Bardem, beautiful cinematography, etc. This one really pushes forward in story and action, and it’s the masterpiece of the franchise.

  23. Rocco's rating of the film Skyfall

    Magnificent title song, spectacular cinematography (though almost too pretty for a Bond film) and top-notch action. 007's familial stuff smacks a little too much of Nolan's Dark Knight.

  24. Terry_Moby's rating of the film Skyfall

    The camerawork in this is spectacular, the Shanghai sequence in particular.

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