Skyfall

Skyfall
Skyfall

Year

2012

Duration

137 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Bond is back for his 23rd official mission and the stakes, as ever, are sky-high. It begins on a bleak note - Bond is presumed dead, the identity of every MI6 undercover agent has been leaked onto the internet and 'M' is under investigation for her handling of the disaster. But Bond can never stay dead (or play dead) for long and soon he’s back in the fray. Director Sam Mendes continues the reinvigoration of the series, and new cast member Ben Whishaw is a delight as the unexpectedly youthful boffin 'Q'. Fans won’t be disappointed.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate action violence, mild sex and one use of strong language

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