You are a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr Bond.
This marks the fourth film that Daniel Craig has starred as 007, and after seeing Skyfall I was really excited to see where the next film would take us.
The film starts off in Mexico City during the Day of the Dead, where Bond has gone to complete a mission after receiving a message from someone in his past.
When he gets back to London, he finds out that MI-6 has taken over the 007 program, and the leader is determined to put an end to the 007 project all together. With the help of Q (Ben Whishaw) and Moneypenny (Naomie Harris), Bond goes to Rome to tracks down the secret organization that is known as Spectre.
After narrowly escaping the clutches of the sadistic, Blofeld (played masterfully by Christoph Waltz) he seeks out a former nemesis Mr White. In return for the information Bond needs, White makes him promise to look after his daughter, Madeleine Swann.
While I really enjoyed Eva Green as Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale, (This is still my favorite out of all the films Craig has played in.) I really like the connection that formed between Bond and Madeleine. Out of all the women who have ‘loved’ him over the years, Madeleine really seems to understand him the most.
As you can see from the trailer this film has plenty of action and you’ll learn about who is responsible for all the tragedies that Bond has faced in the past.