Ghosts of past Bond Films Come out of the Shadows in SpectrePublished November 21, 2015 by Florin P
Spectre takes Bond fans on an unforgettable ride from London to Rome and Morocco.
When James Bond kills a villain, he usually stays dead and the famous spy can move on to his next assignment and target. Spectre challenges this assumption and the opening epigraph “The dead are alive” gives the audience a hint of what’s to happen.
The latest installment in the celebrated Bond franchise has Daniel Craig in the lead role and if we are to believe the actor, this is the last time he impersonates the British spy. Only time will tell whether he will reconsider or stick to the plan and give another actor the chance to shine as 007. What is certain is that bookmakers are already speculating about the identity of the next James Bond and William Hill is offering betting markets to fans who want to make a profit on the side.
Plot Twists is What Spectre Excels At
Spectre was highly anticipated and with the previous installments setting the bar so high, expectations were almost crushing. The opening scenes are impressive on so many levels, that the prospect of spending more than two hours watching the film is no longer daunting.
As action shifts from Mexico to London, Rome and Morocco, Bond runs into ghosts of 007 films past that come to haunt him. Shady characters, brutes that use sheer force to out power the British spy and the breathtaking car races through the streets of the Italian capital, all feature in the 140 minute long movie.
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