Director: Sam Mendes
I saw the most recent Bond film at the cinemas a few months ago. For the life of me I don't really know what to say about it. It's a Bond film, so it has lots of fantastical stunts, explosions, women in nice dresses, Daniel Craig in nice cars, shadowy lighting for the villians, and as it has been for the last few Bond films: a plot that goes over recent history.
I like Daniel Craig as Bond, and Lea Seydoux is serious and sultry as Madeleine Swann. I can't really remember much of the plot, except that it involves the titlular organisation Spectre, headed by Christoph Waltz's vengeful Franz (or is that really his name?). As I said, Bond's recent life is shown to be all tied up together. I do hope that the next Bond film decides to move past this continual revisiting of past events and characters: the other Bond films can be viewed in almost any order, while the Craig ones risk becoming sequels that only make sense if you know the whole story.
Good fun for a few hours, and I do hope Craig has at least one more Bond film in him.