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Spectre #Movie

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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Rated PG
150 minutes
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REVIEW:
Action-packed.
This Bond movie is one of my favorites, as far as the newer ones goes. I wasn't really feeling Skyfall, but Spectre was better for me.
The only thing I didn't like was the three minute musical interlude after the film started. Maybe some people want to hear that shit, but not me. I am in it to watch Bond in action, kicking butt and taking names. I'm not watching to hear a song. Seriously.
But the movie made up for the poor placement of the song. I loved the cars, oh some of them bring memories back for fans, the stuff that got shot at or blown up, and you know Mr. Bond was sauve with the ladies. 
Yup, a good two and something hours of entertainment. That's something anyway. I usually get bored if they're too long, but not this time.
Bond fans won't be disappointed, and action fans will be thrilled too!

4/5


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Comments

  1. I really enjoyed Spectre - I think I preferred Skyfall just a bit more though. Daniel Craig is easily one of the best actor's to play Bond! Great review! :)

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  2. looking forward to this - the best Bond

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  3. We haven't seen this yet, so I'm looking forward to it. Something both the hubby and I should like!

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  4. So glad you are recommending this one. My son loves the newer bond movies and I'm going to buy this for him!

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