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James Bond Returns In Heart-Pounding “Skyfall”

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Daniel Craig (left) and Javier Bardem star in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productions’ action adventure SKYFALL.

Daniel Craig (left) and Javier Bardem star in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productions’ action adventure SKYFALL.

terrilee3 Terri Lee Sylvester
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SOUTHFIELD (WWJ) – Before the release of “Skyfall,” James Bond movies have never disappointed and this time is NO exception. “Skyfall” starts on a strong note and ends on one. And if I had to use one word to describe the movie, that word would have to be “WOW!” Why? Because that’s what I kept thinking the entire time I was watching it.

“Skyfall” is action-packed from start to finish; the stunts are amazing; the scenes featuring Bond and his “Bond women” sizzle; and Javier Bardem as the villain “Silva” is absolutely fantastic. Not to mention that Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes does a phenomenal job pulling everything together, leaving the audience in awe of it all.

“Skyfall” is the 23rd film in the James Bond franchise. Daniel Craig returns as Bond – James Bond – marking his 3rd time playing 007. Actress Naomie Harris is Field Agent Eve and Judi Dench returns as ‘M’.

In “Skyfall,” when Bond’s mission doesn’t go as planned, several undercover agents around the world are exposed and M16’s headquarters is attacked, so Bond must find a way to track down and destroy the threat. And as is the case in all 007 films, completing a mission is never an easy task – but if anybody can do it, we all know that Bond certainly can and watching him in the process is always such a thrill.

“Skyfall” is in theaters now, so what are you waiting for? Get your tickets now before they sell out and I’ll see you at the movies!

“Skyfall” is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for intense violent sequences, some sexuality, language and smoking.

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