Skyfall

Skyfall

When Bond's latest assignment goes gravely wrong and agents around the world are exposed, MI6 is attacked forcing M to relocate the agency. These events cause her authority and position to be challenged by Gareth Mallory, the new Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 007 takes to the shadows - aided only by field agent, Eve - following a trail to the mysterious Silva, whose lethal and hidden motives have yet to reveal themselves.

When Bond's latest assignment goes gravely wrong and agents around the world are exposed, MI6 is attacked forcing M to relocate the agency. These events cause her authority and position to be challenged by Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes), the new Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 007 takes to the shadows - aided only by field agent, Eve (Naomie Harris) - following a trail to the mysterious Silva (Javier Bardem), whose lethal and hidden motives have yet to reveal themselves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jacky L (gb) wrote: eeeew, gross alright. definitely not a "mealtime movie". the stilted acting, gaping plot holes ... everything (ok, 'cept hair/makeup and effects) was mind bogglingly bad and what-not-to-do-unless-you-want-a-suckass-movie 101. there were some unlikable,boy-wouldn't-you-like-to-slap-'em characters innit too. avoid.

Fabian E (br) wrote: This movie sucks beyond belief!

Siddharth K (kr) wrote: It was a totally unexpected movie. Well done.

Teela M (au) wrote: WILL KEMP IS HOT!!! *sigh* FANTASTIC SOUNDTRACK TOO!

Bryan O (jp) wrote: Pointless, boring, dumb, pathetic script, and completely forgettable.

Chris C (ca) wrote: A tolerable Steven Seagal Direct To Video flick that features him giving a somewhat good performance, just be glad he isn't dubbed over and that you can't easily notice his stunt double.

Moya W (fr) wrote: Odd Girl Out is a captivating story about fitting in and being bullied in the most brutal ways possible. It's about losing friends but also about realising which people who are really meant for you. It's also about a mother who does everything to save her daughter's life but still has a hard time understanding until it's all put just in front of you. This is a movie that will make you cry so much so there won't be any tears left to cry out in the end. It's easy to relate to but still painful to watch.It will stay with you for an eternity and forever remind you just who you are and how much you're prepared to fight for friendship and change yourself so the people who aren't at all worth it can laugh even more. I've never seen a movie quite like it, but nevertheless it's a beautiful story about the transition from weak to strong in a nanosecond.

Shirley C (au) wrote: some annoying screens!

Brian G (gb) wrote: Considering the majority of the movie is just watching the couple floating around, they did a surprisingly effective job making this movie. Predictable at times, but tense nonetheless.

Sowmya S (kr) wrote: Such a disappointment, she left John and it ruined it all.

Anthony T (ag) wrote: Love it, jet Lees best, amazing story

Heather R (kr) wrote: Julian Sands is only in crap (and Mike Figgis movies- which may be crap, but they're ambitious, which makes it better). But I need to see his movies- all of them.

Christian B (it) wrote: Harlem Nights is about a club owner named Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor), who ends up raising a young boy who he later nicknames ??Quick?? (Eddie Murphy). The film than advances 20 years into the future, where Quick and Sugar Ray are partners in owning there illegal night club. Business treats them very well, as there club is a hit, until they end up having to later deal with mobsters, corrupt greedy police officers, and learning to respect and trust each other. This movie has its good points. It has many funny parts, and stars three of the biggest comedians of all time in Pryor, Murphy, and Foxx. Murphy was highly criticized, and even nominated for worst director of the year for this film (although I believe that is a bit harsh). The acting is fairly good, but the story is not well spaced, and is a bit boring at most times. I gave this film two and half stars, but it does have some good qualities. It is rated R for a reason, as it contains strong language, sexual content, alcoholic and drug references, violence, and some racial slurs. It is worth watching perhaps one time, but once is enough in my book for this film.

Hannah D (nl) wrote: I've seen the sequel but never the original.

Daniel K (ag) wrote: 2: It's fairly obvious Fast Company was made by someone that has their own unique vision, but it's so radically different from Cronenberg's usual oeuvre that I couldn't tell it was his vision. It's either that he hadn't quite figured out what he wanted to say or how to do it, or he simply took a different approach due to the subject matter. It's little more than a B-picture about drag racing. Some of the performances and the manner in which it was shot are the only things that give it away. It's a reasonably entertaining film, but I can see why it was forgotten. It's probably one of the ten best films he's made, but it pales in comparison to what I think of as typical Cronenberg (A History of Violence, Crash, The Fly, Eastern Promises, Spider, Videodrome, etc). I suspect this was pretty popular at the time among 13-25 year old males (lots of naked breasts and fast cars).

Bruno C (au) wrote: I'm a huge Egoyan fan, so it's not shocking that I thought Adoration was just short of brilliant. Highest marks go to the actors and the character writing...this film is comprised of some great character studies...from the protagonist to his uncle, to the parents that we never meet, to the imagined terrorist parents, to the French/drama teacher that leads us down this tale. Egoyan of course plays with the ideas of technology and human understanding/communication. Perhaps some people have had a hard time suspending disbelief with how it the whole story plays out, got caught up in the hype around the film (a kid defending his "terrorist father"), too dense with the overlayed plots, that it's too talky (but seriously, would you expect anything less from the intellectually engaging Egoyan?) but what really shines where are the characters, who are very engaging and leads to what I thought was an unexpected conclusion. This film embodies why I love Egoyan...OH! and added bonus are some songs used in the film by Godspeed You! Black Emperor and A Silver Mt. Zion! ...I was perplexed at first hearing some sad violin melodies sounding very familiar (which I think was ASMZ) then later realized it was some of the best post-rock out there...

Ryan B (kr) wrote: The writing is very poor, but Wan has some truly chilling moments in this one.

Roody S (jp) wrote: the plot was just too "convenient."

John D (de) wrote: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers continues what made The Fellowship of the Ring so great, and does not disappoint. Just like the first film, a masterpiece.

Grant T (nl) wrote: A real crowd pleaser. Hard not to leave with a smile on your face with this one. Clint Eastwood's grizzled charisma is as wonderful as ever and Amy Adams serves nicely as his daughter. Was really amusing hearing the two yap at each other, which made for a compelling family development