Is Spectre a good Bond film?
Spectre is far from the best of the James Bond films, but it’s not as bad as people seem to think. It’s hard to believe that it’s been six years since the release of the last James Bond movie. The gap even ties the near fatal six-year distance between Licence to Kill and GoldenEye.
Why Spectre is the best Bond movie?
Spectre succeeds as a complete story rather than standing on the shoulders of innovative set pieces. Not only is it Craig’s best Bond film, it’s the most definitive artistic statement on the super-spy since On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Is the villain in Spectre James Bond’s brother?
Spectre Established Blofeld As The Overarching Villain Of Craig’s Bond Era. In one of the biggest retcons in James Bond history, Spectre established that Ernst Stavro Blofeld was James Bond’s adoptive brother, who was originally known as Franz Oberhauser.
Is Spectre the latest James Bond movie too old-fashioned?
Following on from the success of SKYFALL, the latest James Bond flick sees both Daniel Craig and Sam Mendes returning to the franchise for a film which seems strangely old-fashioned, perhaps deliberately harking back to the classic days of Bond. SPECTRE isn’t a perfect film by any sense, and the problems lie with the script.
Is Spectre the rarest 007 film?
Spectre is a rare 007 film that charts no new ground but instead just swipes from its own storied legacy.
What is the newest James Bond movie?
“Spectre” is the newest entry to the long-running and successful James Bond franchise. It is Daniel Craig’s fourth turn as the world’s most famous agent and the second time for Sam Mendes as director.
Is Spectre the Star Trek Into Darkness of 007 movies?
I’d argue that it’s the Star Trek Into Darkness of 007 movies, but Star Trek Into Darkness at least charted its own course for most of the film (the fan service is mostly confined to the last couple reels) while offering something of a “new Trek vs. old Trek” debate at its core. Spectre has nothing deeper under the hood.