Of course, he also takes out a few bad guys and manages to take down an enemy agent while executing a pretty incredibly set of helicopter aerial loopity loops, but after that he commandeers said chopper and takes a relaxed joyride over Mexico city.
I didn’t employ the freeze frame feature on the Blu Ray, but I’m pretty sure he never actually even broke a sweat. Mind you, this is all before the now ubiquitous (and increasingly complex) sexy opening credits sequence. In that Spectre is Craig’s fourth outing as James Bond since Casino Royale (2006), almost a full decade prior, Craig feels remarkably comfortable in the skin of Bond and embodies the character wonderfully.
Fresh sources believe Craig has “changed his mind” and that franchise producer Barbara Broccoli has “secured” the actor.
Craig may not be the only one to return - according to According to a source, Broccoli is “talking the singer round.” They continued: “Craig and Adele together are the winning team, the ultimate choice, the money spinners.
From the very beginning there has been something undeniably cool about James Bond to the point that after over half a century in pop culture, Bond is practically synonymous with cool.
Spectre also brings us the latest actor to play the iconic villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in Christoph Waltz and he, too, makes his role his own.
As the name might imply, Spectre marks the return of the super villainous organization SPECTRE, led by Blofeld.
This is a timely change and significant of the fact that unlike previous incarnations, this Bond hasn’t become a parody of itself after a few movies.
Instead, Spectre is the wise culmination of many 007 storylines.