The film also features the new DBX which was made by Aston Martin especially for the film, the car chase scene was very reminiscent to Die Another Day, which featured a car chase scene that involved an Aston Martin and a Jaguar. It seems since Skyfall, the James Bond films are now homages to the classic films, it wasn’t until the previous film that the Bond franchise saw the return of Q and that even though Casino Royale was more of a reboot of the 007 series. The films have become more grown up and realistic, when it comes to the situation that Bond gets himself into. Craig’s Bond is also more rugged and comes across more like a killer working for Her Majesty’s Secret Service, he’s no longer as suave as his predecessors were.
Spectre’s villain Oberhauser (Christopher Waltz) didn’t really do much, but it feels a lot like this film is merely the tip of the ice-berg and that there’s second installment in the works, similar to Quantum of Solace. Which acted as a follow on for its predecessor Casino Royale. The musical score to this film too is very Bond and suited to the film perfectly, even though the opening song performed by Sam Smith could do with some improving, as it is too winey and screechy.
My final summation on the film as a whole is very good, I hope that there will be more action packed adventures featuring more sinister villains, beautiful Bond babes and cars too (cars especially). I rate Spectre a strong shaken and stirred 9/10 Martini’s, for it is simply a must for any Bond fan to watch, and I shall look forward to the future installments of our favorite 007 Agent.