James Bond & Javier Bardem

James Bond, code name 007, is a fictional character created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short story collections. Javier Ángel Encinas Bardem (born 1 March 1969) is a Spanish actor. 5.0/5

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Forgot to mention - and I bumped into Javier Bardem Thursday - no sign of James Bond tho
MOVIE QUIZ -- 09/24/14 Hi. Davids S. & M., D. Joseph, Adam, Scott, Tony, Keith, Rocky, Sam, and Tom Condosta identified yesterday's movie: SKYFALL with... Daniel Craig ... James Bond Judi Dench ... M Javier Bardem ... Silva Ralph Fiennes ... Gareth Mallory Naomie Harris ... Eve Bérénice Marlohe ... Severine Albert Finney ... Kincade Ben Whishaw ... Q Rory Kinnear ... Tanner Ola Rapace ... Patrice Helen McCrory ... Clair Dowar MP Nicholas Woodeson ... Doctor Hall Bill Buckhurst ... Ronson Elize du Toit ... Vanessa (M's Assistant) Rocky and Tom Condosta have figured out that the Theme which links and is not Flying, Trains, or London. They did it by figuring out the Theme in only two movies and then hiding from Jim by moving to an undisclosed looathe-cation. Now here's today's clue... 1963 A cat brings a family together after it dies and mysteriously comes back to life. Have a good day. Bob Ingersoll
James Bond puts a spider on Judi Dench's face and then Javier Bardem hits her with a crowbar.
Skyfall is the twenty-third James Bond film produced by Eon Productions. It was distributed by MGM and Sony Pictures Entertainment. It features Daniel Craig in his third performance as James Bond, and Javier Bardem as Raoul Silva, the film's antagonist. The film was directed by Sam Mendes and written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and John Logan.
Even James Bond in the movie SkyFall we see M (Judi Dench), James Bond (Daniel Craig) & Silva (Javier Bardem) drink a fine whisky: The Macallan!
I'm concluding my attempt to like James Bond with Skyfall. I've only made it this far for Ben Whishaw and Javier Bardem.
-Fact, huge Bond fan...was... -Spoiler alert for Skyfall... -Judging from rumors, Penelope Cruz, wife of Javier Bardem (acted the role of villian Raoul Silva in Skyfall), will be the new Bond Girl in Bond 24. The main theme will again be sung by Adele, one of my favorite singers. However, please don't call the song Bond 24, which is the title of the next film. -Daniel Craig will play James Bond in both Bond 24 and 25. The titles come from the fact that it will be the 24th and 25th Bond movie. Bond 24 is scheduled to come out in 2016. -Unfortunately, this is not a sequel to Skyfall and Silva really perished in the end. Apparently, he can survive torture for months and hydrogen cyanide, but not a knife. The actor Bardem did not get enough scene time to do him credit. Comes in near the middle-end, gets captured, escapes, then dies UN-spectacularly with a knife in the back. -Bardem's other movies where he is the main role are highly recommended. He is one of the few actors who gets in the character perfectly ...
Oldest Bond Girl Penélope Cruz? Penelope Cruz Bond GirlPenélope Cruz: Bond Girl or Bond Woman? Whether you find "age-appropriateness" all-important or just another politically correct inanity, it’s both surprising and good news that 39-year-old Academy Award winner Penélope Cruz (Vicky Cristina Barcelona) has been reportedly tapped as the next Bond Girl — ahem, Bond Woman. If all goes well, according to Yahoo, Cruz, who turns 40 next April, should start filming the next James Bond movie opposite Daniel Craig in summer 2014. (Photo: Penélope Cruz.) Regarding Penélope Cruz’s casting, Yahoo cites an unnamed source "close to the production." According to the source, "the producers have tried to get Penélope before, but she has never been available because of other commitments. The discussions have been going on for some time and they are working out the contract details now." Other details that need to be worked out is the name of the director to handle the Skyfall sequel. The most likely candidat ...
In that scene in Skyfall with Javier Bardem when James Bond hints he had a previous encounter … it was with the villain in Tomb Raider.
other thoughts: Hugh Dancy "talks weird" and she thought when I said "that James Bond guy" was in it that it was Javier Bardem
SKYFALL is the best James Bond film since GOLDENEYE. Casino Royale is sick but Javier Bardem as a traditional bad guy gives skyfall the edge
Skyfall (2012) reviewed by Frankie H. Fitch The opening sequence in Skyfall has our hero chasing someone and working with a partner, Eve (Naomie Harris). In an impossible situation, James Bond (Daniel Craig) is shot and presumed dead before the music starts. Once Adele is finished singing the title track to this wonderful soundtrack, the story takes the usual Bond spin with him coming back from the dead; which gives M (Judi Dench) pause. It has her superior, Garreth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes) questioning her administrative skills and offering her retirement. Silva (Javier Bardem) has stolen an encrypted file which contains the names of all the NATO agents on foreign soil. As the agents are assassinated on national satellite airwaves, MI6 is pressed into service to find the list all the while having to answer to Parliament for the *** up of the list disappearing. M is called on the carpet by MP Clair Dowar (Helen McCrory) has called the hearing to complain about what she believes is the ineptness of M ...
  Skyfall, directed by Sam Mendes, is another fantastic entry into the 50 years of Bond movies.  The story centers on Bond and the villain of the story, Raoul Silva. Daniel Craig is perfect as James Bond. He brings just enough raw action and confidence to the character as we have come to expect from Bond. Craig also does a great job with Bond’s famous quick-witted comebacks and one liners. Javier Bardem does an amazing job with the main antagonist, Silva. He’s genuinely creepy and unsettling when he needs to be, and he makes for a great villain in the movie. The movie also features strong performances from Naomie Harris as Moneypenny and Judi Dench as M.   This movie is just a blast. It starts off with a bang and never lets up. The opening scene is spectacular and features a particularly great train fight between Bond and another spy. From there it transitions into a great montage featuring Adele’s Oscar winning Original Song Skyfall. The movie features some impressive action sequences throughout ...
Bingo & Bond this Friday evening, Put on your Sunday’s best and head on over to Campus Center for a night of Bingo and "Bond. James Bond." on Friday, March 1st. The Campus Center Board Activities Council (CCB AC) presents a double feature: Bingo & Movie Night! And admission is FREE! Bingo Night -6:30-8:30PM -Campus Center 307-310 (3rd Floor) -Raffles!!! -Prizes: 32 GB iPod Touch, Beats Studio Headphones, Bookstore gift cards and more! Movie Night: “Skyfall” -When James Bond's latest assignment goes gravely wrong and agents around the world are exposed, MI6 is attacked forcing M to relocate the agency. These events cause her authority and position to be challenged by Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes), the new Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 007 takes to the shadows - aided only by field agent, Eve (Naomie Harris) - following a trail to the mysterious Silva (Javier Bardem), whose lethal an ...
Alex Mott and I are watching Skyfall tonight. Will my distaste for all things Daniel Craig be overrun in the face of Javier Bardem's brilliance? Or will James Bond be further ruined (I have seen every James Bond up to Casino Royale - but my hate of that movie made me vow to walk away from Bond until Daniel Craig was removed)? Or, will my post-surgery pain pills make Daniel Craig fall into a happier place undeservedly?
Skyfall (2012) - The latest James Bond film is the 23rd in the series, and the 3rd to star Daniel Craig as the titular secret agent. This time, 007 is facing off against Silva, played by Javier Bardem, and this bad guy has it in for Judi Dench's M. I'll ruin one thing and one thing only, this movie presents information that pretty well shuts down a popular fan theory, that each actor playing Bond represents a new man taking up the moniker entirely, so that each time one 007 died, the legend could keep growing, with another man filling the shoes. Or in this case, the Aston. All in all, this is a better movie than the previous installment. It tried a little less to be action scene after action scene, and presented an actual coherent plot. The only problem I had was Severine, a pretty woman who's only apparent purpose is to give James someone to have sex with before he meets the bad guy. No really, she's in the movie for 3 scenes, totalling about 10 minutes, in a 2+ hour film. Am I the only one who r ...
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Skyfall - 23rd official James Bond production - proves Agent 007 is vital as ever. Sam Mendes directs, Daniel Craig & Javier Bardem are in fine form.
007 fans, your wait is finally over! "Skyfall", the 23rd James Bond adventure, is now available to rent on Blu-ray and DVD. Starring Daniel Craig ("The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"), Javier Bardem ("No Country For Old Men"), Naomie Harris ("28 Days Later") and Judi Dench ("Notes on a Scandal"). Rent it today for only $3.00, or get 2 more New Releases for $7.50!
M (Judi Dench) quotes from "Ulysses" by Lord Alfred Tennyson in the James Bond movie "Skyfall" We are not now that strength which in old days Moved earth and...
I finally got the chance to see Skyfall. My thoughts...a very good film. Not the best of the latter day Bonds (Martin Campbell's Casino Royale remake/series gets that accolade from me). Daniel Craig looks gaunt and haunting as Bond, and he and Judi Dench turn in the best performances for their character roles yet. Javier Bardem nearly steals the film...but is not in it long enough. In fact, the biggest problems I had with it was the script. I wish it was longer and there was more to the back stories (I'm sure there was, but it was cut down for length). But OMG...that Adele song (Skyfall) has to be the very worst... alltime very worst, did I say it already...alright, I will say it again...the worst song ever featured in a James Bond film that was written and sung specifically for the movie. No chorus, unlistenable...absolutely horrid piece of Yeesh! Oh, and I have more thoughts about some of the smaller, subtle moments in the film but do not want to reveal possible spoilers.
Showing 8 o'clock PM, Fri. February 8th, Sat. Feb. 9th, and Mon. Feb. 11th: "Skyfall" (Rated PG-13) Mystery & Suspense, Action and Adventure Showtime: 8pm *In Skyfall, Bond's loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes Under Attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost. -- (C) Official Site Cast: Daniel Craig as James Bond, Judi Dench as M, Naomie Harris as Eve, Javier Bardem as Silva, Ralph Fiennes as Mallory. Run time: 8:00-10:30pm ** Ticket Prices: Friday and Saturday Night- $5.00 and Monday Night- $3.00(We accept cash only -no provisions for credit/debit services) Tickets can be purchased beginning at 7:30pm or in advance at Sheffield's Hardware at 50 N Main St. High Springs (386)-454-2200 *Tickets are non-refundable and must be used for night purchased for. Thank you and hope to see you at the movies.
Skyfall Named Film Of The Year SKYFALL has been named Film of the Year at the 2013 Evening Standard British Film Awards. The Sam Mendes-directed thriller is the first James Bond film ever to be nominated in the Best Film category in the history awards' history. Skyfall - starring Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Judi Dench - is now the highest grossing British film of all time. The picture also took home the prize for Blockbuster of the Year - a category voted for by readers of the London Evening Standard, from a shortlist of the top 10 box office hits of the year, regardless of country or origin. "The London Evening Standard British Film Awards celebrate a sensational year for British film," said the newspaper's editor, Sarah Sands. "Thanks in part to the extraordinary success of Skyfall - a truly big British movie, delivered with a panache Hollywood could envy - 2012 also highlighted the creativity, vision and talent of a new generation of British film-makers, actors and actresses." The Best Actress awar ...
SKYFALL,one of the best James Bond movie ever.Great Daniel Craig,Javier Bardem,Judi Dench & production
SKYFALL, the highest grossing Bond film of all time, will be released on Digital HD on February 5th across all digital stores, including Amazon, CinemaNow, iTunes, PlayStation, VUDU and Xbox Live. The SKYFALL Blu-ray and DVD will follow on February 12th in North America, and February 18th in the United Kingdom, with additional international markets to follow through March. Directed by Oscar® winner Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig as James Bond, SKYFALL has been nominated for eight BAFTA® [British Academy of Film and Television Arts] awards including Outstanding British Film; Supporting Actor, Javier Bardem and Supporting Actress, Judi Dench. Adele’s “Skyfall” was recognised with a Golden Globe® award and an Academy Award® nomination for Original Song, one of the film’s five Oscar® nominations. Included with the SKYFALL Blu-ray is Shooting Bond, and more than three hours of special features.
I used to write reviews for an in-house newsletter when I worked as a phone hoar, and I loved it. I don't often tout a movie but I wanted, needed to see this one Oscar nominated film. I will eventually get to them all as I do but this one kept calling me... ...it has an outstanding cast (If you are a true blue movie buff) and takes place far, far away in practically another universe from us here at "home" and has so many messages one can take from it. I cried and I laughed and I wept some more and I cheered and I prayed...I ate too...and I loved too and no, it didn't star Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem though I watch that one over and over because it is one of my favorites of both the actors above mentioned... If you haven't seen it you need to redbox it and it's available now. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel stars Dame Judy Dench ( awesome woman play Q in the newer James Bond films and has a stellar resume), Bill Nighy (love this cat!), Tom Wilkinson (you know him from MI:Ghost Protocol, Green Hornet, Ba ...
FREE COLLEGE TOWN MOVIES AT Flint Institute of Arts (FIA) Screenings in the College Town movie series at the Flint Institute of Arts begin at 9 p.m. Thursdays (unless noted) in the FIA Theatre. The museum is located at 1120 E. Kearsley St. Admission at the door is FREE for patrons with college ID or FIA College Town membership cards; others pay $6 for non-members, $5 for FIA members, $4 for FOMA members. Details: (810) 234-1695, flintarts.org. Jan. 31: Seven Psychopaths (U.K., 2012) Directed by Martin McDonagh, 110 min., rated R Colin Farrell, Sam Rockwell, Woody Harrelson, and Christopher Walken head a strong cast in an edgy crime comedy from writer-director Martin McDonagh (In Bruges). A struggling screenwriter becomes entangled in the Los Angeles underworld after his oddball friends kidnap a gangster’s beloved Shih Tzu. Feb. 7: Skyfall (U.K./U.S., 2012) Directed by Sam Mendes, 143 min., rated PG-13 The latest James Bond blockbuster comes to the FIA screen as Daniel Craig as 007 faces off against a .. ...
10. Skyfall     Who would have ever thought that a James Bond film could aspire for such greatness as Skyfall does? We should never have expected anything less from Sam Mendes who gave us American Beauty and Road To Perdition. This is not a drama by any means as those films are but it is certainly the best well amde blockbuster of the year featuring Daniel Craig’s best perforamance of James Bond yet and a devilish turn by Javier Bardem that leaves you wanting more by the films end. Throw in some awe inspiring cinemetography by the great Roger Deakins and that haunting theme song by Adele which perfectly sets the tone for the entire film and you have not only the greatest Bond film ever made but one of the years Best Films overall.   9. The Grey     I wasn’t expecting the emotional gut punch that was The Grey when I first saw it. I expected it to be a typical Liam Neeson action film featuring wilderness survival and epic fights with vicious wolves. I’m here to tell you that this film may be the ...
I noticed that the front page of The Daily Mail, had the headline, ' Bad Day for Bond, great for Adele'. Well, James Bond rarely gets any Oscars. Though, i would not say it was a bad day for Bond; Skyfall did receive 5 nominations, including interestingly, for the film score, by Thomas Newman. Also, the Academy is to celebrate 50 years of James Bond in a segment of the award show as well. As, i mentioned, i felt that Javier Bardem, deserved an Oscar nom. So all the best to Adele and congratulations on her nomination.
Congratulations to 007! Skyfall was nominated for 5 Academy Awards including Best Original Song "Skyfall" by Adele. Seriously, the best song to be heard by human ears in decades! There should be zero reason why it doesn't go Five-4-Five! I do think Javier Bardem was clearly better than any of the supporting actor nominees and I would say Dame Judi Dench deserved a nod after she learns that James Bond has died in the line of duty. Who else could deliver "Take the Bloody Shot" better than her? In all honesty, I also must say the film deserved a nomination for Best Picture. None of these other nominees can cross $1 Billion Worldwide in 2012-2013.
To elevate a James Bond film to a whole new level is not an easy task. Nothing forJudi Dench, Javier Bardem, and Sam Mendes.
I better get my last reviews of 2012 in before the Academy Award nominations are read in the morning. With these last four films, I hit 52 movies in 2012 on the big screen. Let's see what I can do in 2013... Movie - Skyfall. This film easily jumps up the ranks as one of my all-time favorite Bond movies. After the "all action, no substance" approach that Quantum of Solace took, I was a bit worried. I'm very pleased to report that my faith in the Daniel Craig incarnation of James Bond has been restored, and it didn't even take him walking out of the ocean in a pair of squarecuts to do it (*drool*). A ghost from M’s (Judi Dench) past returns to make her pay for her sins by using every bit of the MI6 technology against them. Bond, who has been presumed dead after a near fatal battle in the pre-opening credits action sequence, returns (somewhat broken) to duty in order to save the organization and M. Javier Bardem, as the villain, Raoul Silva, is gloriously arrogant and focused on making M and all of MI6 suf ...
Suck it Academy Awards I am releasing my list a day earlier than thou. 10. Moonrise Kingdom- Wes Anderson's directing skills is amazing. It has a really great cast including Bruce Willis and Edward Norton, and the two leads are adorably sympathetic. 9. Skyfall- A James Bond reboot that also returns to its roots without being awful. That's quite the achievement plus it's worth the price of admission to see the new villain, Javier Bardem's Silva, which seems just as likely to sexually assault our beloved hero as opposed to just torture him. 8. The Raid: Redemption: A relatively simple and yet great action film which makes a solid impact. 7. Paranorman: A high quality horror film for both kids and adults with a really great moral. 6. Dredd: This film managed to surpass The Raid with its imaginative world and great casting. The dialogue is cheesy but the actors deliver with such seriousness that it makes it awesomely hilarious and badass. 5. Argo: A timely movie about making a movie to save Americans hiding i ...
2. Skyfall I was starting to think this movie was never going to come to light with all the red tape involved with MGM's bankruptcy, but it came to light, epically. I loved this movie. I have been a huge huge fan of James Bond since I was a kid watching the classes films with my Dad. As a reboot Skyfall began to harken back to the classic Bond films such as Goldfinger: the Aston Martin DB5, Q, Moneypenny, the original John Barry theme = awesome! Javier Bardem made a great villain again (His Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men is among the best). Most of all this redeems Daniel Craig from Quantum of Solace. :)
007: SKYFALL Movie Review SUMMARY In the latest installment of the James Bond series, the loyalty of James Bond (played by Daniel Craig) to the leader of M16 whose name is M (played by Judi Dench) will be tested by a former agent named Raoul Silva (played by Javier Bardem) who is out to kill M. HISTORY OF BOND James Bond (or Agent 007) works for the M16, which is the British Secret Intelligence Service. This is the 23rd Bond movie and the 50th anniversary of James Bond’s films. Originally a book series written by Ian Fleming, it has broken out into an almost “cult following” movie series. Actors Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig have all played the famous Bond character before. James Bond starts out with an amazing opening sequence that is filled with action. It hooks you right from the very beginning and it keeps you on your feet, in suspense, even though you might know what is coming next. Bond mixes action and comedy together, which wo ...
Jason Bourne, oops... James Bond is back for the 23rd time, with nice style in Skyfall. In this new job, Bond needs to stop a terrorist who wants to strike the MI6, the British Secret Intelligence Service, blocking the revelation of an English secret agent’s list by the villain, Raoul Silva, performed by Javier Bardem. The directing is done by Sam Mendes, a man who is responsible for the nice movies “Revolutionary Road” with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet and “American Beauty” with Kevin Spacey and Annette Bening. The film starts with a spectacular fight and persecution scene in Turquie, like the same style of “Casino Royale”. Right at the beginning, the breathless scene put a 007’s partner in a tricky situation that ends badly and this is the prologue. After the first scene begins, the opening credits are displayed as a sideshow, like in the debut episode of Craig playing the agent. This movie gives us a wonderful visual pleasure and it deserves to be seen again on YouTube. The sequen ...
Saw Skyfall last night. As you know, I have a weakness for James Bond. And for Daniel Craig. AND Javier Bardem. That said, there was something missing for me (and no, it wasn't Daniel in a wet tuxedo on the floor of the shower..though...hmmm...). Have you seen it? What did you think?
Skyfall was amazing Javier Bardem the greatest James Bond villain i seen Silva yeah and Daniel Craig best 007 Skyfall is the best James Bond
Bolstered by Daniel Craig fully owning the role, Judi Dench delivering a stunning performance and Javier Bardem giving us an iconic villain, Skyfall becomes the best Bond film to date. Read my revi...
No gadgets , no vodka martinis. Thank god to Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem , still one of the worst in James Bond series
Watching the James Bond episode of Graham Norton. Daniel Craig is perfect. Judi Dench? Also perfect. Javier Bardem? Terrifying.
Skyfall..007, Bond...James Bond ! Went to see it lastnight with the lovely and talented Cheryl Harness :) The title sequence , the action, Daniel Craigs blue eyes & biceps, Dame Judi Dench and creepy bad guy Javier Bardem! Great night at the movies :)
Saw Skyfall--the newest James Bond movie. Found it exciting, on the level of Batman--the Dark Knight (with Heath Ledger). Daniel Craig plays the quintessential Bond and Javier Bardem as the very menacing villain--on the order of Heath Ledger. I'd give it 4 Stars out of 5. Well worth it.
Just saw the new James Bond movie, Skyfall. Great movie. Daniel Craig did a great job at playing James Bond. Javier Bardem did a chilling performance as Raoul Silva.
Javier Bardem, Daniel Craig and Judy Dench. It was great! 50 years of James Bond. Well worth seeing!
Just saw Skyfall. Great movie. Daniel Craig is probably my fav James Bond, Javier Bardem was a great villian and Voldemort was nice :)
Saw the James Bond movie, Skyfall. I disagree that Daniel Craig is a better James Bond than Sean Connery. Craig has only one expression throughout the entire movie. Loved his nemesis, Javier Bardem who showed character, depth and causality. Good plot and great theme song.
Haven't seen a James Bond movie since the 1980's. Saw Skyfall tonight. 1) The only villain creepier than Jaws is Javier Bardem. 2) Opening credits are a thing of beauty backed by the wonderful Adele. 3) Daniel Craig in the "James Bond" black suit is breathtaking. THE END
Saw Skyfall (new James Bond movie) tonight in Empire Extra Theatre. Most excellent, and I've never been a big Bond fan. Daniel Craig adds a lot of dimension. Javier Bardem is scary and hilarious at the same time.
Hello movie update Skyfall Daniel Craig as James Bond, Javier Bardem above average nothing special slow at start relative week ending sorry movie may look good to some but i didnt enjoy this like Dark Knight or Avengers so few great movies this year 7/10. Music update Alicia Keys Girl On Fire great superb rnb singer is back new album as fresh as ever great piano sound and vocals great songs best are Brand New ME, Girl on Fire, Tears Always Win And Not Even the King worth checking out 8/10.
"Skyfall" the new James Bond movie was and still is drawing the crowds... It is the 50th anniversery of the series and I have to tell you, it did not meet my expectations. 3.5 out of 5. It has the thrilling opening as all Bond movies do, but Daniel Craig was much better in "Casino Royal", and there were far better villians than Javier Bardem... Several of the other chase scenes were very good but overall lacked the spark and excitement we have seen before with 007. I would have liked to have seen more of Singapore, what a great looking city, but I only got to change planes and waited in their airport smoke room. So how many of you know Miss Moneypenny's first name?
I apologise in advance, the following is quite long. You’ll need to take your morning off if you want to read it. Thanks heaps if you do! I mainly did it to get it off my chest. If you just want the verdict, skip to the bottom (the result may or may not come as a shock which is purely objective, no joke. I am removing my bias from this review to make a point). Hopefully enjoy :D Tonight I saw something that truly moved me. A film that has actually inspired me to write about it… That’s only happened once before… I was always very firm in my belief that one particular movie in the about to be named franchise would always be for me the best of them, no question. A movie that was so fresh, gripping & emotional! It took what was done before and reinvented it. For those who know me well enough I am indeed referring to Casino Royale; the first James Bond film starring Daniel Craig as the world’s most famous secret agent. The movie had Daniel Craig, great acting, charm, humour, engaging action, a brilli ...
OPI celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Bond 007 and the Sony release of Skyfall starring Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem in the Holiday 2012 Skyfall Collection – 12 dangerously dazzling new shades for the holidays and beyond. Moviegoers will spot the supremely gorgeous Bérénice Marlohe wearing two of the OPI shades in the Skyfall Collection: Skyfall, a magnificent maroon on top of her nails, and GoldenEye, a glorious gold painted on the undersides. The result is as luxuriously dangerous as James Bond himself
Had a wonderful dinner with my hubby and good friends Arlayne and Robert Pekofske. Then we went to see the new James Bond film..."Skyfall". Hard not to like the face of Daniel Craig!! Javier Bardem was most excellent, too! Life is good. Very grateful to have my family and friends and live in this amazing country of ours! God bless!
Briefer Review: 'Skyfall' is a 2012 film, the 23rd instalment in the James Bond spy film series. It is a further exploration of the murky world of espionage, as well as the harsh consequences and psychological devastation which can arise for those who are a part of that world. Daniel Craig is Bond for the third time; he beings an appropriate sense of suave and skill for the character. He also embodies the fragility of Bond, after his recent near-death experience almost cripples him; he capably displays Bond's broken body and soul, as well as his gradual recovery. He also is adept at delivering Bond's quips, and has good chemistry with other characters, who speak similarly. Javier Bardem provides a spectacular performance as the film's main antagonist, Silva. He is engrossingly creepy and powerful; his soft-spoken orations deliver a menacing persona. Bardem is a quintessential Bond villain: he has attributes which were held by some prior enemies, however he has quirks and mannerisms, which make him a uniq ...
SKYFALL: the new Bond movie is full of typical Bond scenes: car cases, gun fights, hand to hand combat. Though Daniel Craig looks a bit emaciated in this movie he still plays a good Bond. Javier Bardem steals the show as the villain. I actually end up sympathizing with his character after learning what he went through. A fun movie that fleshes out the background behind James Bond some more. The scenes in Scotland are beautiful. I could have sworn that the previous 2 Bond movies were a continuation and that the last one (Quantum of Solace) left the impression that there was more unfinished business from the first one (Casino Royale). Maybe my memory is failing me because this movie doesn't address any of it.
Skyfall.BEWARE ...May not be the BOND movie for you, or what you would normally expect from a willfully anticipated action-packed Bond movie. For me it was boring, long winded, and fell short of any worth-wild excitement, but according to some ...there's more to life than such things.BALLOCKS Here is a piece, posted by John Presnall that puts SkyWRECK... ummm, Skyfall, into better perspective for those walking away from this movie scratching your head, yawning.ummm yearning for more... Think On Your Sins (TOYS), ...please. Would it be too much to suggest a deeper meaning to the message that the latest Bond villain, Silva (Javier Bardem), repeatedly sends to MI6’s M (Judi Dench) in the latest installment of the James Bond franchise, Skyfall (dir. Sam Mendes)? Perhaps, but I’ll venture such a claim nonetheless. “Think on your sins” not only alerts the viewer to the personal revenge motive that guides the villain in his destructive pursuits, but it also points toward an acrostic code—“toys.” A ...
As I watched "Skyfall" for the second time today I thought more and more that this is an Oscar caliber picture. If the Academy doesn't nominate it for Best Picture, Javier Bardem for Best Supporting Actor and Judi Dench for Best Supporting Actress then they once again all have their heads up their *** I am so tired of a picture not being nominated because it's a blockbuster. "Skyfall" is the BEST James Bond picture ever! I know that Adele will get nominated for writing and singing the theme song and I hope she wins!
saw "Skyfall"...and thought it was excellent! Honestly, people, it's one of the best Bond films in the entire series, if not the best made. James Bond (Daniel Craig) goes AWOL, for several months, as he is injured in a mission and presumed dead. He returns to MI6 when a new threat in the form of Silva (Javier Bardem) begins attacking his boss, "M" (Judi Dench). His loyalties and physical limits are put to the test. Bond is back, people! The film is a true return to form for Bond: Awesome action scenes, imaginative score and (I know, this is gonna be some 'throw-down' words) but probably the best Bond villain EVER! Bardem's Silva is the most effective Bond villain I've ever seen, his mere presence bringing a sense of unease/tension. Craig also turns in a good performance as Bond (his best yet), though he is still not my favorite, I just think he's too rough. This is, in my opinion, the best directed Bond film: Sam Mendes' direction is superb, with rich atmosphere and the cinematography is gorgeous, no Bond ...
We saw Skyfall yesterday. It was really a good movie. Judi Dench gave, as always, an outstanding performance. Javier Bardem plays a scary psychotic killer. He is fabulous. Daniel Craig makes a good Bond, James Bond. They bring back a couple of the traditional Bond themes as a homage to the original Bond. All in all a fun movie.
~ Review of: " S K Y F A L L " (Spoiler Free) So I just viewed the latest 007 film. What I thought of it here follows: Acting: Was incredibly entertaining & highly satisfactory. Daniel Craig kicks major *** and as we all know by now he has achieved to give the James Bond character an edge & allure which his prior comtemporaries failed to improved at in matters of distinguishing their individual portrayals as actors. But to be fair, Daniel Craig does seem to lack the finess, refinement & charm that Pierce Brosnan was able to exude unto the screen. Still Craig's Bond is a badder, most menacing, in your face buffer 007. To put it lightly if I had to fight any of the past incarnations of Bond, Craig would be last on that list. Dude looks seriously focused in his intent to bash your face on a dirty public bathroom sink. Javier Bardem as the villain didnt really do much for me. But my issue is with how this villain was writen. Not with Bardems portrayal, which was kinda...Eeeer? Awkwardly strange, in my surpris ...
Just got back from seeing the James Bond film SKYFALL, another villainous role actor Javier Bardem did very well in. It was also refreshing to see actor Albert Finney in this film too! I remember watching him in SCROOGE (1970), as he went from bad to good. Now, in this one, his character was good, but he looked a lot like Santa Claus, whom, as we know delivers presents on Christmas morning. However, his Santa Claus looking presence delivered bullets! How ironic of the two movies with his two different characters!
A James Bond film with Daniel Craig, Judy Dench and Javier Bardem it's a real treat and a gift to me!!! Skyfall, bloody good!!!
Skyfall was awesome! Not only is Daniel Craig just a great James Bond but Javier Bardem always plays an amazing bad guy!
OK, who else among the Irish clan saw the new James Bond flick already and noted, when Daniel Craig is chasing bad-guy Javier Bardem thru The Tube, that in the last train car Bond storms into, the guy to the right in the grey wool coat that Bond pushes past, looks remarkably like our cousin Eamonn? Doing a little moonlighting as a film extra these days, cuz?! Why not just sell your firstborn son off as the Justin Bieber lookalike he is, instead!?
James Bond Girl, Bérénice Marlohe gives an exclusive video interview on the set of Benjamin Kanarek for Harper's Bazaar and talks about James Bond, Skyfall, Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Sam Mendes.Print
Caught a few minutes of the drug addict moron Rush Limbaugh again the other day while flipping stations on the radio. This time he was fondly glowing over his purchase of the complete James Bond movie collection, and how he loved the older movies with the super villains being totalitarian regimes that needed to be defeated. He then expounded on how the more recent films were not their equals, because the newer villains were evil capitalists, and of course "liberals" hate capitalism and that was why they had ruined the Bond franchise. Mr oxycontin sucker, have you ever actually paid attention to a single Bond plot? In most of the older movies, the reason behind the plots for world domination were to set the super powers against each other to create a market for weapons or to give the villain a business monopoly.using cold war fears to get rich. Javier Bardem's character in Skyfall, the current film acquires massive wealth to concoct an intricate revenge on his perceived betrayer, Bond must stop him to prot ...
James Bond took a page from Kevin McAllister in the latest Bond film while Javier Bardem took a grin or two from Heath Ledger's Joker.
Never really been a big James Bond fan, but was pretty coolio. Daniel Craig is great, but Javier Bardem was awesome.
Finally saw "Skyfall", the 23rd film in the James Bond franchise, and it was AWESOME! Unlike the last two Daniel Craig films, which were either too long or just bad, everything was great in this film! It had a great and memorable villain played by Javier Bardem, the return of Q and Moneypenny, and a great plot! It was a great celebration of James Bond for his 50th Anniversary and I highly recommend it!
Just saw Bond, James Bond. Skyfall. AWESOMER!!! Paul Gautier have you completed you 007 Marathon of movies yet? I think Daniel Craig is the best Bond yet and Javier Bardem is fantastic.
Bond, James Bond -- Daniel Craig breathes life into 007 and Javier Bardem is one mesmerizing bad guy - SKYFALL!
In SKYFALL we get to know the real James Bond a little more than we ever have. Sam Mendes expertly deepened our love of the timeless 007 as a real human, with real human needs and flaws. Judi Dench was flawless as M, and I personally have the hots for the beautiful and talented Naomie Harris who plays Eve [Moneypenny, surprise!] She was a scene stealer in Danny Boyle's 28 DAYS LATER. How could you not love to hate Javier Bardem? He was great but.he was supposed to be ex-MI6? A Spaniard? Really? I'm supposed to believe he was once loyal to the United Kindom? Regardless, I loved the movie and the casting. It worked. I was shaken and stirred. I give it 4 - 0s out of 5.
Javier Bardem delivered a bold and strange interpretation of Abraham Lincoln in the new James Bond movie.
'SKYFALL': Four and a Half Stars (Out of Five)     The 50th anniversary of the James Bond series brings us the third appearance of Daniel Craig as Bond in it's twenty-third film.  Judi Dench makes her seventh (and final) appearance as M in her biggest turn as the role yet.  Javier Bardem also...
First: if you haven't seen the superb latest James Bond film, Skyfall, you should go do that. But for everyone who has already thoroughly enjoyed Javier Bardem's metrosexual blonde villainy and Daniel Craig's impeccable suit-wearing abilities, there's an easy way you can keep the spy high going. An...
SKYFALL rundown: 1. subtle references to signature things James Bond does are great. 2. i will readily say that Javier Bardem's character is the Heath Ledger's Joker of the Bond franchise. he deserves an Oscar that he's unfortunately not gonna get. 3. it would've been awesome to see Sean Connery as the groundskeeper like they originally planned. 4. Home Alone. starring Macaulay Culkin. remember that. 5. GREAT film, can't wait for the next one.
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About to see this guy's movie. This is as about as enthusiastic as I am about it. Sorry kids, I am not into James Bond at all. Feels too calculated and cold to me. Give me an angst ridden neuroses any day. However, I am slightly intrigued by this movie because it is directed by Sam Mendes (Which makes me believe we'll get Thora Birch as a surprise Bond Girl) and has Javier Bardem in what will hopefully be a very poor man's Anton Chigurh. Also, why is this only the third movie this year to enter the IMDB Top 250? This year has not been that terrible.
Skyfall is great. Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem as the villain, Ralph Fiennes, Judy Dench, Ben Wishaw and directed by Sam Mendes. How could you go wrong? And of course, we are talking about, Bond, James Bond.
I've been trying to figure out why I left the theatre after seeing "Skyfall", the new James Bond movie, with such mixed feelings. It's great, non-stop action-adventure, Daniel Craig is a letter-perfect action-adventure hero with his chiseled-in-granite features and look of iron determination, the cast is excellent (including two under-appreciated but sterling actors in the great Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes) and the story-line, if slightly flawed, still works. My problem? It's NOT BOND. They could've just as easily made this movie for ANY action-hero, or made one up for it -- and, in a way, they did, by re-inventing Bond. He's no longer the suave, sophisticated man-about-town with the mischievous wit who just so happens to be a deadly instrument of Free World policy working against global evil in the shadowy world the public never sees; they've whittled him down to the deadly instrument and left it at that. If you're going to call it a James Bond picture, don't forget to include James Bond in it ...
Okay people, if you're planning on seeing any movie in the foreseeable future make it the new James Bond movie Skyfall. The story is thrilling, the action intense and Javier Bardem gives a *** near Oscar-winning performance as the most memorable villain in Bond history. And if you're a fan of the Sean Connery era movies, this film is a MUST. The last 5 minutes have a reveal so great you'll be grinning ear to ear as you walk out of the theater. Seriously, go see it people: there's a reason it has a 92% on Rotten Tomatoes
I saw my first James Bond movie when The Spy Who Loved Me aired on ABC. I've seen every James Bond film numerous times and have read all of Ian Fleming's books. My favorite Bond actor is obvious: Connery. My favorite movie is an oddball: On Her Majesty's Secret Service. If they had given Lazenby a chance to make the role his own, he would have been just fine. I HATE most of Roger Moore's films, I can't stand his jokey, winky, catch-phrasey Bond. Dalton was good but doomed. Brosnan was a endearing snooze. I do have a deep and abiding love for this series, though. Which brings us to Skyfall... I enjoyed Casino Royale a lot. I felt *meh* for Quantum of Solace. Daniel Craig is awesome in the role -- second only to Connery. Skyfall is filled with a lot of amazing beats and action and it seems intent on world-building for the next few Bond films. It's nice to see some of those familiar elements brought back into play and the payoff is very cool. Judi Dench is awesome as M and I feel Javier Bardem brought a litt ...
James Bond is super cool again.Skyfall is brilliant! Great fun! Javier Bardem is awesome & Daniel Craig is smokin' hot! Must watch!
All-male inner thigh massage with Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem? I take back everything bad I've ever said about James Bond.
You know how all the ads for Skyfall are in love with that critic blurb that says "best Bond ever"? Well, after seeing the movie I have to say that may very well be possible. At the very least it outdoes Casino Royale, which puts it in the Top 3 automatically. Awesome action, great acting, excellent direction (backed by Roger Deakins' unbelievable cinematography- how has he never won an Oscar?!), and an emotional story with real character depth, drama and unexpected twists on the old formula. All this and it still manages to feel like a true Bond movie, more so than Craig's prior outings. He IS James Bond, now more than ever before. Also, Javier Bardem: DEFINITELY lives up to the hype. Best Bond villain I've seen in ages.
After being a little disappointed by Quantum of Solace, I'm happy to see the James Bond franchise back on track with Skyfall. Now this is the sequel I expected after Casino Royale! Skyfall wisely sticks with the grittier version of the character established when the series was rebooted but also reintroduces some elements that makes this outing feel less like a Bourne movie and more like a Bond movie. Speaking of Bond, Daniel Craig once again proves why he's the best since Connery, if not better. He's always been able to handle the physical nature of Bond but he seems much more relaxed here than in Quantum and his interplay with Judi Dench's M is one of the best aspects of Skyfall. Follow that up with some stunning cinematography (loved the sequence on top of the neon-lit Shanghai Skyscraper) and one of the most memorable villain's the series has had in decades (Javier Bardem is just as great here as he was in No Country For Old Men), and you have a movie that I suspect even non-fans will enjoy. Highl ...
The new James Bond movie "Skyfall" was great. Daniel Craig as Bond at his best. Naomi Harris was great as Eve. Javier Bardem was a good villain as Silva. Good movie.
Daniel Craig Bond films: Casino Royale- 5/5 Quantum of Solace- 4/5 Skyfall- 5/5 Skyfall is a classica Bond film yet is a totally new one, its pays homage to the past, while moving and progressing forward. It was classy, sexy, elegant, action packed. I love this movie. I'm in love with Skyfall. This ranks way up there. Like in my top 5 of Bond films. James Bond films are personal since Thunderball is the first film I EVER saw and has a huge reason in why I'm going into film. Daniel Craig IS James Bond and I will be hihgly upset once he leaves the role. The real Bond Girl here is Judi Dench as M who owns this movie. Javier Bardem, is creepy, unsettling, nerve-racking, unpleasant. An instant classic Bond villain. Lots of past vs. present themes but they work and what I really love? Its a Bond film set almost entirely in London. The action scenes are really pillars holding up a great, deep, psychological character drama. Sam Mendes is just the brilliant choice and Roger Deakins cinematography is stunning and ...
Wow, I haven't been satisfied with a movie as much as I am with Skyfall In a long time. I really liked Prometheus but it wasn't better than Aliens. I can safely say Skyfall Is my favourite James bond, It went above and beyond Quantum of Solace and had a little extra something to make it a little better than the great Casino Royal. That extra something is Javier Bardem's creepy portrayal of the films villain Raoul Silva, who is a mix of the old, overt the top villain from the 60's bond and a new more believable psychopath with a(Potential Spoiler) more personal vendetta with MI6. Everything works in this film, the Bond Girls have valid reasons to be involved in the story and aren't just object for Bond. The acting is great all around, with Daniel Craig truly owning the role of James Bond. The film is has a somewhat different kind of story from the Bond movies I've seen and it works very well. Bond fans will also really like the film because of the many loving references and nods to the 007 franchise. What ...
We went to the movies this afternoon and saw the new James Bond 007 movie, Skyfall. The best one yet! Daniel Craig versus Javier Bardem, perfect casting. I jumped 3 or 4 times, popcorn everywhere!
Saw the new James Bond film, Skyfall, at midnight in Baltimore with my son, Ford. Awesome, perhaps the best Bond film ever. Javier Bardem made a terrific villain, again. Great to see Ralph Fiennes and Albert Finney in the film too. Not to mention the many scenes of London, my London.
Went to the midnight showing of Bond "Skyfall". What a way to wrap up my Bond-a-thon, I'm telling you. Daniel Craig is back and better than ever in this darker installment of the series reboot. This film brings the characters "Q" and "Moneypenny" back into the limelight. The villian, portrayed by Javier Bardem, is top notch. It has alot of familiar Bond elements (cars, booze, women) and even some one-line humor we expect from Mr. Bond. While it may not match "Casino Royale" in my mind, this film definitely made its mark with me and into my top 5. Title song performed by Adele is the 1st in the series reboot to mention the name of the movie in it...and it's quite good. I'm going to leave it at that for those of you who may see this film, I hate spoilers myself. Can't wait for the BluRay! And for those of you who are tired of me talking about James Bond, this was the one I was waiting for and I'm done for a while. :-)
Skyfall: Roger Deakens made this film gorgeous with his cinematography. Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Naomi Harris, and Ralph Fiennes gave incredible acting performances. Sam Mendes directed a masterpiece that rivals "From Russia with Love" and "Goldfinger". So happy. The tributes within the film to past entries in the franchise were perfectly timed and gave me chills. As an absolutely insane James Bond nerd/geek/obsessed moron who yes, did dress up as 007 himself to the theater, I approve and give it 5 stars. Bond, James Bond is back and here to stay...
Jeffrey Dean Morgan vs. Javier Bardem for bad guy in James Bond. They look like the same person btw
The new James Bond movie is here! Grace Helbig talks to stars Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris and Berenice Marlohe about their new film, Skyfall, and Bond's latest adventure.
Saw "Skyfall" in IMAX and its very good. Probably the best of the Daniel Craig "Bond" films, there is actually less sex and even more action with some amazing chase scenes and special effects all set against a changing of the guard theme. It also takes an interesting turn playing off old spy craft and an aging James Bond against modern high tech and a very nasty villain played really well by Javier Bardem. Suspend reality, sit back and enjoy the ride. It's been 50 years and Bond still rocks and the film makes it clear James isn't done yet. Solid B
Raoul Silva is probably the best villain in James Bond series. Kudoz to Javier Bardem.
Saw Skyfall yesterday and that is one good James Bond movie. Javier Bardem was superb and Judi Dench's M died. Ralph Fiennes is the new M.
Saw an early release of Sky Fall: ...Good. 7.4 Things I Liked: Javier Bardem, AMAZING scary and hilarious. The Cinematography is also amazing, refreshing and feels like an Academy Award winner film. The score is beautiful and epic and really moves you. Great beginning and climax and the very end has nice "tip of the hat" to the old series. Daniel Craig and Judi Dench are at there best and Ralph Fiennes is a nice edition to the family. Things I Didn't Like: Javier Bardem... he isn't in the movie as much as I would of liked. The middle is a bit slow and takes while for it to start connecting the dots, which means confusion for a while. Some times I had trouble being emerged in bonds world. Its all about the mission and less about bond. The character wasn't well developed like he was in Casino Royale. Sam Mendez is a very versatile director, American Beauty, Road To Perdition to James Bond. Hes good and understand good film and gives you want a good looking action film. I would say see it if your a James ...
Some informal critique of last nights Skyfall: 1. There was no car chase of note. I feel cheated. 2. Judi Dench's M is possibly the best character from throughout the entire franchise. 3. Daniel Craig is now the best James Bond. 4. Javier Bardem has re-written the rules on how a Bond villain should be. Outstanding. 5. Casino Royale is still the best Bond film. Discuss.
BOLLYWOOD NEWS! Kabir Khan Claims Salman Khan Can Play James Bond Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who donned the role of a RAW agent in Kabir Khan's spy thriller Ek Tha Tiger, seems to have impressed Kabir to such an extent that the latter recently claimed that Sallu is an apt actor to play the character of the British super-spy James Bond. When the Kabul Express director was interacting with the media at the premiere of the latest Bond flick Skyfall in Mumbai, he claimed that Salman has the charisma and the sheer presence that an actor needs to play the role of Bond. Skyfall, which starred Daniel Craig, Dame Judi Dench and Javier Bardem, released in India on November 1. Meanwhile, Salman Khan will be next seen reprising his role as Inspector Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg 2, where he will be starred opposite Sonakshi Sinha.
Good job Javier Bardem , a silky-smooth , openly homosexual villain Raoul Silva in skyfall , you won my heart with your excellent performance in the latest James Bond movie
Favorite James Bond is the divine-licious blue eyes Daniel Craig. Favorite James Bond's villain is the blondie-licious Raoul Silva @ Javier Bardem :). Both are simply earth shattering to me and no Skyfall :)...
James Bond - Skyfall -such a heavy drama for a Bond movie -this is almost like Christopher Nolan 're-branding' Batman: The Dark Knight and somehow I believe the superb Director Sam Mendes has made this new 'thrilling' James Bond work..:) -great performance by the villain Javier Bardem (could be the best villain ever) -this is not just a great James Bond movie, it is a great movie in general - it is so great, it might just have nominations or even winners for Oscars..:) -overall an A..:D i was thinking/contemplating about this movie is not suitable for 'ordinary' teenagers, one of the audience started crying : someone brought a baby : Ironic..:))
I just returned from watching skyfall, the newest in the James Bond series. If you don't want me to spoil the fun, if there is any, please don't read on, but be forewarned if you haven't guessed the outcome by the first half of the film your'e probably the kind of moviegoer the Broccolis are counting on. Skyfall is a “horror “(emphasis added) /action film. Javier Bardem, the villain is the lead; Daniel Craig plays third fiddle to Judy Dench as M. Javier Bardem plays a *** Mi6 agent who M left to due whose goal now is to kill her; yes, the feminist wench that took all the bravado out of Bond and turned him into a psychotic killing tool for some vague but higher English purpose For those of you who miss the swagger of the old bond films, you will be nearly tone deaf here; for those who liked the witty Bond you will never have it as good as Roger Moore. For those that thought the stunts couldn’t get crazier the lowly budget will keep you from getting your money’s worth. For those that like the ...
Skyfall: The brooding, battered James Bond is back, not exactly with a bang though. Daniel Craig is less emotional this time around, more humorous with his trademark wisecracks and startling smartness. The opening pre-credits sequence is absolutely mind-blowing and ingenious, but the rest of the action sequences do not match up to that standard although they are fantastic in their own right. The plot is coherent with the sensational Javier Bardem playing the sardonic evil villain with aplomb, proving to be a well-crafted nemesis, the "Joker" to Bond's "Batman." Judi Dench as M gets good screentime to show her own vulnerability since the plot revolves around her past and her mistakes. Naomie Harris is good enough in her role while the French beauty Marlohe is the typically sultry Bond Girl who gets awfully less screen time. Ben Whishaw is good as the Q and adds a unique perspective to the character. Sam Mendes gets his bearings right as a director but somehow the screenplay is uneven and unstructured. This ...
I really love Javier Bardem as a villain. He's from the movie No Country For Old Men! Only 1 day to go James Bond na naman!!!
Skyfall- Daniel Craig,the forty four year old veteran actor has acted as 55 year old ageing Bond, James Bond, with conviction and class. Javier Bardem as the antagonist is highly impressive, especially his introduction scene (when he comes out of the lift) is seen to be believed. The Spaniard steels the show. Judi Dench as M, Ben Whishaw as Q and Naomi Harris as Eve have done full justice to their role. Please do not miss the first chase, shot in Istanbul-your ticket cost is fully recovered in the first 20 minutes. One of the best Bond movies I have seen. Do not miss it.
The premiere of Skyfall, the new James Bond film, was held last night at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Watch as Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and other cast members walk the red carpet...
For her latest “Green Carpet Challenge,” Livia Firth scored none other than James Bond baddie Javier Bardem, who wore an eco-friendly Gucci suit to the London premiere of Skyfall.
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New Bond villain Javier Bardem talks about playing a baddie and reveals what it was like working closely with Daniel Craig. Report by Lauren Hood. Like us on...
As per the latest revelation, James Bond goes heterosexual in the latest 007 flick, Skyfall. Never expected such a dramatic transformation in Bond's sexual orientation... don't know how Ian Fleming would have reacted to it... just can't wait to see Daniel Craig go tete-a-tete with Javier Bardem :-)
"Everyone's got to have a hobby," says James Bond in Skyfall -- and his is "resurrection". Not only must 007 return from the dead to battle evil Javier Bardem, but the latest outing from Daniel Craig as Britain's deadliest secret agent resurrects everything that's great about classic Bond after the dour Quantum of Solace. Bond is back with a bang under the watchful eye of American Beauty Director Sam Mendes. A list of undercover agents has gone missing, and the search brings Bond up against the mysterious and feared Raoul Silva. The rip-roaring opening sequence as Bond pursues a bad guy across Istanbul's rooftops and on to a fistfight atop a speeding train is just the first ferociously inventive set piece in a film littered with them. Where every post-Bourne action movie seems to feature a rooftop chase, Skyfall leaps from roof to roof on motorbikes, reminding us that no matter what the current cinematic trends, nobody does it better. But it's not all punch-ups and shoot-outs: pulses race throughout as Sk ...
James Bond 007 returns in 28 days! You seriously can't go wrong with Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, two sexy Bond Girls Naomie Harris and Berenice Marlohe and Sam Mendes directing..ohh yeah Adele sang the theme song! SKYFALL
Ever since Daniel Craig became James Bond, the Bond theme songs have been so-so. Granted, there's only been two songs, but the Jack White and Alicia Keys duet for Quantum of Solace was less than stellar. This time around, MGM and Eon Productions have chosen soon-to-be music icon Adele to sing the th...
The Daily Express reports that Cumberbatch is nearly set to be the next villain to tangle with James Bond for 2014 entry to the long-running franchise. Should this prove true, he'd join the ranks of Gert Fröbe, Telly Savalas, Christopher Lee, Mads Mikkelsen, and Javier Bardem.
Anyone else get a serious Buffalo Bill vibe from Javier Bardem's villain character in the new James Bond film "Skyfall"??
“Welcome to the new MI6,” says the new Q (Ben Whishaw) to the not-so-new Agent 007 (Daniel Craig). The producers of Skyfall hope you’ll agree. James Bond film hopes to shake off the dust of 2008’s “Quantum of Solace” and return to the cruel charisma of “Casino Royale,” the 2006 reboot that introduced Craig’s take on the storied spy. Sam Mendes (“American Beauty”) directs, and Judi Dench’s M has more to do than usual, but the real danger to Craig and Bond is a scene-stealer named Javier Bardem as arch-villain Raoul Silva. The last time Bardem played a bad guy with a weird hairdo, he won an Oscar.
I'll tell you what's on my mind, the next installment in the 50 year long James Bond franchise will be out in roughly 2 months and never in my life have I anticipated the arrival of a relatively mainstream film. Though Craig is not my first choice for Bond, this film seems promising from what I've seen. It's either terrible or fantastic to combine Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Daniel Craig, Albert Finney, and Naomi Harris. We shall wait and see...
Daniel Craig as James Bond: Everybody needs a Hobby Javier Bardem as the Bond Villain Raoul Silva: So what's yours? Daniel Craig as James Bond: Resurrection
James Bond Villian played by Javier Bardem revealed in new Skyfall Trailer - Balla Networks
Skyfall stars Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem. Releasing in India on November 2nd.
An new full domestic and international trailer for Sam Mendes' take on the latest James Bond film "Skyfall" are now online. In these two new trailers we finally get a good look at Academy Award winner, Javier Bardem as the latest Bond villian Silva and newcomer Ben Whishaw as Bond's gadget guru "Q."...
Is there a better villain than Javier Bardem? And, perhaps more controversially, is there a better modern-day James Bond than Daniel Craig? By modern-day, we mean everyone post-Sean Connery. We think the answer to both questions is a resounding no. In this first teaser from the 23rd Bond film, Sk...
The first official trailer premiering at the Cannes Film Festival for James Bond 'Skyfall' starring aniel Craig, Javier Bardem & Helen McRory. Bond's loyalty...
In addition to Chris Smith and Paige Steen announcing their engagement today (yea!) -- the other major worldwide announcement was the release of the Teaser Trailer for the next James Bond film, "Skyfal"l - coming in November. Looks great (and Javier Bardem will be a great Bond villain) Being the Bond fan that Chris is, he no doubt orchestrated it this way -- he likes his engagement announcements "Shaken, Not Stirred."
Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, and Javier Bardem in the next (hopefully Oscar worthy) James Bond film this Fall. Can hardly wait!
I think I may hyperventilate. Daniel Craig is James Bond again in Skyfall. Javier Bardem will be the villain & Sam Mendes will direct.
This is a preview of our set visit to the upcoming James Bond film, "Skyfall." Check back Monday for the full report, including interviews with Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Javier Bardem.
James Bond 007 fans! Check out our new SKYFALL on-set interviews with Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem and Bérénice Marlohe on 007.com now!
Bond is back. Skyfall, the 23rd action-packed James Bond adventure, sees Daniel Craig and Judi Dench pitted against Javier Bardem. Directed by Sam Mendes, th...
just when mom stopped watching Eat Pray Love and I thought finally Javier Bardem is out of my life, I find out he's in the next James Bond.
Producers say new James Bond film will be called &star Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem - AP
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