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Film Review: Spectre

Spectre | UK and USA, 2015 | dir. Sam Mendes | 148 mins

By now you will quite probably already have seen Spectre (which is fortunate as spoilers are ahead). 3,564 more words

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Review: Spectre

The secret of the Bond franchise’s longevity is not¬†just in the fundamentals – the slick spy, beautiful women, grotesque villains and outrageous stunts. It’s how damn reactionary the series is. 1,469 more words

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My Official James Bond Movie Rankings

Alright, alright, alright… It’s time to get down to business.

The newest entry into the James Bond film franchise, Spectre, hit theaters earlier this month on November 6th. 810 more words


Spectre (Sam Mendes, 2015)

2012 turned out to be quite the year for us Brits. National spirit seemed at an all-time high, with London’s spectacular Olympics and the celebration of the Queen’s diamond jubilee bringing the British together on a tidal wave of pride and patriotism. 450 more words


Spectre (2015)

Spectre is the twenty-fourth film in the Bond franchise directed Sam Mendez, who also did Skyfall. This is the fourth film with Daniel Craig as James Bond. 497 more words


Omar Reviews...SPECTRE (2015)

Omar: 4.0 out of 5

It has been a little over one month since my last review, I swear that wasn’t intentional! Every week I’d plan to write a review¬†only to find myself putting it off for some reason or another (mainly law school). 1,694 more words

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Perhaps the greatest challenge faced by a new James Bond movie in this era, or any era for that matter, is the push and pull by the film to offer a sense of timeliness while maintaining an air of timelessness. 1,177 more words