Summary: This is Bond. This is how it should have been since the end of the Connery era for the franchise. No gimmicks, no camp, no stupid attempts at fitting in with the times. The action, the character development, the script, and the villain especially are all fantastic. This is the best James Bond movie in decades!
Excerpt: No matter how good a Bond film made nowadays is, it will never live up to the standards of the massive series of films the character has produced. However, Skyfall is the closest thing we will ever get. That is not a bad thing though, as Skyfall is one of the best pure action films I have seen in a long time (since 2010, only "Drive" (2011), and "Inception" (2010) have been better, and that is great company to be in).
Excerpt: Skyfall is the most recent tale of our beloved British secret agent 007. After Bond is thought to have died a person from the past comes out of the shadows to wreck havoc on Agent M and the rest of MI 6. Now Bond has come out of retirement to help save the day. This is a fine film. It's paced well and shot beautifully by the extremely talented Rodger Deakens.
Excerpt: The quality of Blue Ray is simply amazing and delivers a whole new experience when viewing in this format. Skyfall as the third of the Daniel Craig trilogy is a must for your collection with Casino Royal and Quantum of Sollice. Daniel Craig does appear somewhat fatigued in this chapter but never the less offers the ruggedness and no-nonsense attitude he has become well known for.