Overall I really enjoyed the movie with all the great action scenes that 007 movies entertain us with, especially those that Daniel Craig has been in. The storyline needed more development yet I enjoyed it. No end credit scene after this franchise closure as it ended in an untraditional closure. There was a post that said James Bond will return…after the new casting.
I enjoyed this clever caper “who done it” murder mystery. The ensemble cast delivers with familiar faces such as other characters we love from other films such as Captain America, James Bond, Laurie Strode (Halloween) and others. The storyline is good enough to keep you wondering.
4 stars out of 5
PG-13 | 2h 10min | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 27 November 2019 (USA)
The advertising for this movie was almost non-existent and after reading about the premise, which is a family’s life leading up to the Rodney King verdict. Of course, the story content is serious and true yet I found this storyline to be so non-ending in chaos that it was exhausting! Things never get better for this family as the riots start. Halle’s performance saved this movie and I’m surprised this studio had a budget to pay her and Daniel. Most of the scenes become laughable because things get so out of control.
2 stars out of 5
R | 1h 32min | Crime, Drama, Romance | 27 April 2018 (USA)
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007 is back on the big screen and as usual it’s a storyline that should get approval from fans. The movie is a little long yet will hold your attention and a bit serious (not as much humor from Mr. Bond). He’s well tailored throughout and of course his favorite car finally shows up. I saw it in IMAX and what else can I say, it was fabulous. The only end credit was: JAMES BOND will return.
3.5 stars out of 5
PG-13 | 148 min | Action, Adventure, Thriller