(2021) (Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux) (PG-13)
- QUICK TAKE:
- Drama/Action: A British agent comes out of retirement to help save the world once again, all while contending with being reunited with a past lover.
Years after seeing Lyutsifer Safin (RAMI MALEK) murder her mother only to rescue her from an icy lake, Madeleine Swann (LÉA SEYDOUX) is now dating none other than James Bond (DANIEL CRAIG) who's vacationing with her after having captured arch-villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld (CHRISTOPH WALTZ). But when Spectre agents led by Cyclops (DALI BENSSALAH) ambush him, Bond suspects Madeleine is responsible and promptly dumps her.
Years later, and now retired, Bond is living the island life when he's met by CIA agent Felix Leiter (JEFFREY WRIGHT) who informs him that MI6 biotech engineer Valdo Obruchev (DAVID DENCIK) has been kidnapped and the U.S. Government would like to find and rescue him.
And that's because under the directive of MI6 director M (RALPH FIENNES), Obruchev has created Project Heracles involving DNA tracking nanobots that can specifically target and kill people with no collateral damage to others. Bond wants no part of that, but when he meets the new 007 agent who's replaced him, Nomi (LASHANA LYNCH), with the same information about Obruchev, he decides to help Felix.
When that goes awry, despite the help of relatively new CIA agent Paloma (ANA DE ARMAS), Bond returns to MI6 headquarters and confronts M where he's ultimately reunited with Madeleine who now has a young daughter, Mathilde (LISA-DORAH SONNET). With her help along with Nomi and tech-expert Q (BEN WHISHAW), Bond tries to get to the bottom of what's happening, eventually leading him to Safin, all while contending with his mixed feelings about reuniting with his former flame.
- WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
- They probably will if they're fans of James Bond movies.
- WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
- For sequences of violence and action, some disturbing images, brief strong language, and some suggestive material.
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