Having been a Bond fan for a while (like every Brit), I think-and I know a lot of other people had this opinion- that, because of the criticism for Skyfall for not being a traditional Bond, this one has definitely made up for it.
While I was very surprised to see one of the Guardians of the Galaxy in a Bond (Dave Bautista), this was an amazing, traditional, spectre-cle of a film. Starring Daniel Craig as Ian Flemming’s James Bond (though not based on a book) and directed by Sam Mendes, this is one of the best (or one of my favourite) Bonds. My opinion may be slightly swayed because this is one of the few I have actually seen on the big screen.
When the new C closes down the double-0 program and manages to get 13 countries’ security services to unite, Bond is left to his own devices (while trying to complete a mission sent to him by M (Judi Dench’s M) after her death. While simultaneously running away from Hix (Dave Bautista), and seeking to destroy SPECTRE, our favourite 007, comes across his -SPOILER ALERT- long lost step brother (who then tries to torture and kill him).
The rating said Mild Violence, and I’m sorry but having your eyes gouged out is not suitable for 12 year olds.
It didn’t make sense that Oberhause would put Hix on that train to kill Bond if he wanted him alive for later (I guess it could have been a sort of personal revenge or something for escaping the car chase)
The CGI could have been better in the helicopter scene, the scene where bond blows up the building at the beginning, and the scene where he drives a boat away from the collapsing MI5 HQ
Artistic Impression: 🌟🌟🌟🌟⭐️