- “Bond, I need you back.” – M. “I never left.” – Bond
- Daniel Craig returns as Bond in the direct sequel to Casino Royale both in release and plot. Picking up mostly where the previous ended Bond continues his quest to uncover what the organization Quantum is and deal with his loss of Vesper. The plot is one of, if not, the weakest in the entire franchise and the writers focus more on action in the Jason Bourne…
- “I’m the money.” –Vesper. “Every penny of it.” - Bond
- The Bond franchise is rebooted into the modern era with a new star and the first film to be based on an Ian Fleming novel since The Living Daylights. This is the first Bond film to ignore all previous films and breaks the run of Dr. No through Die Another Day. The only tie to the Bonds of old is the recasting of Judi Dench as M. There…
A classic modern "new wave" film of the nineties which redefined cool and classic. This film, done like classic pulp fiction as the name implies, is suave and sincere while avoiding taking itself to seriously. Filled with iconic characters, lines, and sequences it is a testament to the great filmmaking Tarantino can pull off. Every technical department of the film comes in at one hundred percent making it one of the best films of the decade, and all time. A classic, perfectly done film that captures exactly what is needed and no more.
Predictable and dull. It tries too hard on both humor and an emotional feel. The story is minor and the characters are forgettable. Cheap laughs and sad attempts at making the audience feel something for the characters abound making it annoying to watch. It is very colorful but so is a bowl of Froot Loops - and the Froot Loops are more enjoyable.