James Bond: Skyfall. Bond’s biggest opening weekend ever – and if you’ve seen it, you’ll understand why.
So I have managed to sneak out and catch Bond as it was a film I just couldnt bare to miss and for good reason, with Bond coming back with more enjoyment than I thought it could manage. What a way to signify the milestone Bond has reached, from the opening scenes in Istanbul to the final moments of Skyfall, Daniel Craig manages to become the Bond I had always hoped he would and so much more. With good locations, a good villain, some very good acting, some even better action and fantastic writing, this Bond film can definitely be put down as one of the best yet – some may even say the best in the history of all Bonds…
Image from: James Bond: Skyfall, (2012), [ONLINE]. Available here
James Bond: The Biggest collection of Bond, all on glorius Blu-ray
I’ll start by saying that this is my first ever Bond collection, having owned just two Bond films on DVD (I feel ashamed in that fact) so this was always going to be a fantastic collection for me and for just over £3.50 a film, it was a bargain. It includes 22 films covered in Blu-ray goodness, nine of which have never been released on Blu-ray, each coming with a nice set of extras that shouldn’t be missed – it looks beautiful, it sounds beautiful, it is beautiful. Bond is Bond and there isn’t much more one can say that hasn’t already been said, but the stunning way in which this is packed and the massive amounts of extras makes this a must have for Bond fans in need of a collection box – now one must wait for Skyfall by watching Bond back to back – I can’t wait.
Image from: James Bond, (2012), [ONLINE]. Available here