Written by Deborah Wee for inSing.
Let us get one thing straight; ‘Spectre’ is beautiful.
It is very easy on the eyes, and certainly pleasing to look at for the entirety of its 148-minute run. But so were the less celebrated, gorgeous Bond girls who did not have much substance to them.
To be fair, the 24th James Bond film is far from a bad movie. With Sam Mendes at the helm once again, it is unsurprisingly a solid effort, albeit one that never rises above what it offers at face value.
With an extremely generous US$300 million (S$421 million) budget and a very illustrious roster, ‘Spectre’ is arguably the most ambitious Bond film yet. And that is probably why it leaves an aftertaste of dissatisfaction despite its rich entertainment and adrenaline value.
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inSing rating: 3/5
Talkiewood rating: 3.0/5 (TALK-o-meter: “Okay, I guess? Could be better.”)