Bond’s Fiftieth Film on Show.
Running a specific character oriented film is serious business, that too an imaginary one whose world we are not aware of, which no-no doubt exists.
The maker of Bond probably thought that it was time to change with the times.
But would the change inexorably affect Bond’s unique demand?
The question is tough to answer.
The Makers of Skyfall seem to have latched on to a relevant theme that is being debated in the Intelligence Community, though it is not Publicly debated.
What role do Human Intelligence has to day with Electronic Intelligence with so much advancement in technology?
A Group , which is in the majority in the US prefer is the ELINT(electronic Intelligence,with the slowly easing out Human Intelligence (HUMINT)
UK prefers Human intelligence.
I side with the UK.
To day we do not know who is the enemy, he/she is in our midst, blowing people,buildings.
Whom do you direct ELINT at?
At all, like NSA did recently?
With all the gimmickry, US came a cropper against 9/11, with Humint not communicating properly, though ELINT had information.
This issue has been addressed to in Skyfall.
And you have less of the Sexcapades of Bond and more of sentiments and humane nature.
And the changes made are interesting in terms of other characterizations as well.
As usual the Bond quality Visuals, editing, Music.
A Bond film worth watching, both by those who prefer the old style and by those who feel bored with watching the same hash.
In all, Skyfall is worth watching.
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