Spectre The New Bond Movie Review by Global Fashion Street says, it’s worth watching for its great action scenes and some exotic locations; nothing new yet worth the time.
Old M is dead and replaced by the new M. Not quite a disappointment but missed nevertheless. The world mafia known as the Spectre, has finally been able to control the secret service agencies of the nations including Her Majesty’s 00s. And Bond ironically is grounded for not following on line, so how does he solve the grave situation without a backup team? Well, what follows is an action packed thriller to move your nerves!
It’s fast yet subtle; the magic of Bond is back with all the great locations, predictable romance and some great action sequences. Sam Mendes has done an incredible job of bringing back the Bond world with some amazing direction, a special mention to some speedy scenes.
Daniel Craig, although, not one of my favourite Bond players, has, nonetheless stood up to the reputation. Why, this time, I felt more like watching a Bollywood drama, is something I am wondering too. (The movie starts with a song and the dialogues and scenes are too predictable).
Monica Bellucci, who has played the Bond’s arm candy, failed to add the oomph factor unlike a true Bond Girl.
Well, but Ralph Fiennes, the new M, does get lucky with some fine lines that he delivered, especially towards the climax. The background score, apart from the Bond signature tune, is indeed gripping and intense. You will enjoy the Bond saga if you are a Bond fan!
Gfs review- 3 stars