- Toilet Incident
Before I talk about my thoughts on the new James Bond film I just wanted to take a moment to talk about my incident. That incident is me getting stuck in the toilet…
Basically, I went into the cubical before the film and somehow the lock to the cubical door got jammed and became very loose. So, I couldn’t open it. For the first five minutes I tried fiddling with it but I just seemed to make it worse. I then tried to phone my friend Dale, but I couldn’t get a signal. I tried to shout hello to someone, and to Dale, but no one heard me.
Ten minutes went by and I made no progress. There was huge gap between the top of the cubical door and the ceiling so I jumped up at it and peered down to see how far I would fall. I didn’t fancy my chances. In the end, I decided not to risk it as I was at an awkward angle and there was no way that I could have landed safely. So, I jumped back down and gave my hands a humongous carpet-esque burn.
I don’t really know what happened but it felt like I scratched my hands it fell more like carpet burn than a cut. In the end I decided to shoulder barge the door and with a good amount of force I got out. I said “Thank god!” and two men walked in… they must have thought that I was quite weird but surprisingly that didn’t really bother me as I was just relived that I managed to get out!
I’m really glad that no one helped me out as it could have been very embarrassing. Haha.
With that thought of the way, let’s talk about the film.
James Bond was really good and at this moment I prefer Spectre to Skyfall.
I actually do like Daniel Craig’s interpretation as James Bond. I think he’s more dynamic than the predecessors. However, he still maintains the suave ladies-man edge to his character.
I found the film to be very unpredictable. I was on edge plenty of times, most notably when he was in that humongous building and when he was in that helicopter. Oh boy, I thought he was going to fall. Then again, if he can survive a shot and fall into the water in Skyfall then surely he can survive that drop. Haha.
I was expecting one of the ladies to die, and to my surprise, unless I missed something, no one dies. Does that mean that James is now going to settle down with his new/latest female partner?
What I especially liked about this film is how active both M and Q were in the field. It’s weird to think that Lord Voldermort would become the new M and James Bond’s superior. Haha. Q was really funny and clever and I’m glad he was more involved. I had my suspicions that C was going to be on the bad side somehow and I was right.
I’ve seen previous Bond films but the only one that I watched all the way through was Skyfall. It seems as though, with Daniel Craig, that they’re exploring his past a little bit. It makes me wonder if the next Bond film will involve his past more. I wouldn’t be surprised if we see his brother-in-law in the future as well.
Two-Thumb’s-Up.^^/ (My Rating System)
I hope you all have a good Sunday evening and please make sure that you don’t get yourself trapped in the toilet before you go out and watch a film. 😉