‘Spectre’ is the 24th James Bond film produced by Eon Productions. ‘Spectre’ is an exhilarating film that allows Daniel Craig also known as ‘James Bond’ to go on the hunt for the leaders of the sinister organization known as ‘Spectre’.
Throughout the whole film there is still the struggle of keeping “00” section alive, as ‘C’ who is played by Andrew Scott by shuts down the section, as they believe it is outdated. Whilst this is going on ‘M’ who is played by Ralph Fiennes suspends Bond from field due to the power struggle with ‘C’. However like all Bond films, Bond disobeys M and travels to Rome to find out about the organization called ‘Spectre’. This film brings back many old faces such as Miss Moneypenny who is played by Naomie Harris, who of course helps Bond with the whole action pack drama in finding Spectre and finishing the organization.
Watching this film in the cinema made the suspense of the film very surreal, as I couldn’t not look away from the screen. Tickets only cost £7.25, which is a very good deal for such a popular movie. I did feel however that the film was repeating a lot of ideas they have done before in previous Bond films, nether the less the film gained a mass audience and mixed reviews.