An encrypted message from an unknown source takes Bond to the trail of an ominous global organization, code-named SPECTR, while M is trying to save the secret intelligence service from liquidation.
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Bond, James Bond! This name is known to all! English spy 007 is back! After the end of Skyfall, time passed, 007 performs the task on behalf of his previous boss (she died in the last film). At run time, he stumbles upon a criminal gang called Spectrum. Bond, as always, in his repertoire – stylish, beautiful, interesting! Honestly, “007: Spectrum” is one of the most anticipated premieres. Before the new Bond there were other spy fighters: ÂMission Impossible 5, ÂAgents A. N. K. L., ÂHitman, ÂUltra-Americans. But the main spy premiere is “007: Spectrum”! I went to him the day before yesterday at the cinema. It lasts quite a long time – 2 and a half hours, and with a pause in the cinema – almost 3. Nevertheless, itÂs very difficult to notice, because itÂs not boring at all, the tension, shooting, chasing all the time!
For starters, I really liked the cast. Daniel Craig is great, he’s great for Bond, and Bond is for him. I hope that this is not his last film about Bond, because according to rumors for the next “Bond” they will be looking for another actor, however I want these to be only rumors. In addition, he was surprised by the presence of Monica Bellucci, although the role for her was not the longest. I must say right away that she was not his new partner, but she had a love affair with Bond. I also liked the game of Ralph Fiennes, known except for the role of M, by the role of Voldemort from “Harry Potter”. Also, Andrew Scott, who was Moriarty in the series “Sherlock”, played well, here he played Max, but M means Moriarty.
At the beginning of Â007: Spectrum, James Bond is at the death festivals in Mexico City, where, charming his girlfriend, he unexpectedly leaves the hotel room through the balcony and watches the meeting of Italians in the next building. After the shootout, the building falls, and James Bond runs away for the surviving accessory to the deal. He catches up with him, after which the fight passes into a helicopter, which at any moment can fall on the thousands of people gathered for the holiday! However, 007 throws the Italian out of a helicopter, takes control and saves everyone. After that, he returns to London, where M tells him that he has been removed. Bond is a little upset, but he didnÂt give up in his thoughts! He steals a cool car from Q and rides it to Rome. During the fight with the Italian, he took away from him a ring that depicts a black octopus. In Rome, he learns that this is a criminal organization, with the leader of which he already has not the best relations. James Bond finds out that he must find the daughter of one of his old acquaintances, because only she knows the whereabouts of the American (L’Americain). BondÂs adventures begin with his new partner, and they are getting closer and closer to the octopus who runs Spectrum.
The special effects were excellent, and the soundtrack was very pleased! Over the entire 007: Spectrum, two buildings fell, and one exploded. The soundtrack, as I said, I liked, although I liked all the music from the new ÂBond. In addition, the atmosphere is also excellent, everything is shot very stylishly and beautifully. The chase also looks beautiful.
After the opening scene, a beautiful screen saver comes from Mexico City, and when the actors are announced, I watched the women stroking the half-naked Bond (Daniel Craig), as well as the huge black octopus. In principle, I really liked the idea of the opening video. Taken very beautifully. All spy gadgets look great, I liked the clock, guns and cars!
As a result, 007: Spectrum the sequel to the spy action films about Bond is very interesting, beautiful and stylish, with great actors, an excellent soundtrack, exciting special effects and cool car chases on Astin Martin! This is a classic! I really liked it and I will be happy to see the sequel, hoping that there will be Daniel Craig, about James Bond!
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Native 4K (2160p)
HDR: Dolby Vision + HDR10
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)