Wednesday, November 07, 2012

On "Skyfall"


From The Dispatch:
For the first time, "Skyfall" paints Bond as something of a relic, a symbol of an old idea of espionage slowly being replaced by computers and more high-tech methods of surveillance. In fact the entire film is built around this idea of being old-fashioned tactics triumphing over modernity in the face of obsolescence. This is the "Wrath of Khan" of the James Bond movies and hits just the right notes with great dignity and grace.
Click here to read my full review.

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