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Skyfall (23-Oct-2012)

Director: Sam Mendes

Writers: John Logan; Neal Purvis; Robert Wade

Keywords: Action/Adventure, James Bond

Presumed dead after a mishap involving a bad shot from Moneypenny, Agent 007 returns to defend MI6's honor and re-assess his loyalty to M.

ABSTRACT
Daniel Craig returns as James Bond for this entry in the 007 franchise that seeks to tell the backstory of how Bond came to hold his illustrious spot in Britain's top spy agency within the frame of a multi-continent battle against villain Raoul Silva and concurrent struggles to defend MI6's honor in the face of increased scrutiny from the British government. The film does not contain a good deal of the out-of-this-world gadgetry and satirical humor found in many of its preceding titles in the franchise, and thus takes a tone that is decidedly darker and more interpersonal as a direct result.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Javier Bardem
Actor
1-Mar-1969   Before Night Falls
Wolf Blitzer
Journalist
22-Mar-1948   The Situation Room
Daniel Craig
Actor
2-Mar-1968   The current James Bond
Judi Dench
Actor
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Ralph Fiennes
Actor
22-Dec-1962   The English Patient
Albert Finney
Actor
9-May-1936   Erin Brockovich
Naomie Harris
Actor
6-Sep-1976   Pirates of the Caribbean
Helen McCrory
Actor
17-Aug-1968   The Queen
Ben Whishaw
Actor
14-Oct-1980   Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

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