Another season ended for everyone’s favorite fantasy epic, so it’s time to update my list of the most unforgettable moments in Game of Thrones.

I limited this to twenty because the list would not have ended if I add them all. But there are definitely a lot that I have missed (Theon’s torture scenes, Jorah and Daenerys breakup,  Ned vs Jamie, all of Ghost’s kills, and every scene with Lady Olenna Tyrell) ,  feel free to let me know in the comments the ones that you think should have been here.

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20 Sansa’s Wedding Night (Season 5 Episode 6)

Season 5 is chock full of horrible events one episode after the other. We saw a child burned at the stake at the order of her father (some might say that this was more unforgettable… but for me Shireen’s a minor character). A teen-ager poisoned after she had a heart-to-heart with her father. And a pedophile who beats on little girls getting stabbed in the eyes. But for me, the worst / most unbearable thing to happen this season was Sansa’s Wedding Night. She married the vilest living villain in the series now, and he raped her while his slave Reek was watching.


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19 Valar Morghulis (Season 2 Episode 10)

Jaqhen H’ghar and Arya Stark had a very interesting relationship in Season 2 of the series. Jaqhen was doing Arya’s bidding. And by her bidding, I mean he’s assassinating Arya’s targets. Everything culminated by the end of t he season. For Arya to escape her captors, she blackmails Jaqhen to kill more men. And in the middle of their escape, Arya bumps into Jaqhen and tells her what he really is… a faceless man. Apparently, they are the coolest people in the whole of Westeros. They parted ways in the end, but what’s awesome is that there is a chance Arya’s path is towards that of the Faceless Men.


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18 Brienne Vs The Bear (Season 3 Episode 7)

Game of Thrones is at its best when they pair up characters. Tyrion and Bronn. Arya and the Hound. Varys and Littlefinger. Lady Olenna and whoever. Season 3’s best pairing however was Brienne of Tarth and Jaime Lannister. It was an odd pairing that started antagonistically. Brienne was tasked to bring Jaime back to King’s Landing in the hopes that the Lannisters will be returning the Stark daughters back to Catelyn. But what started as antagonistic ended in friendship. In Harrenhal, Jaime went back for Brienne only to find out that she was thrown into a pit to fight off a bear. To save the lady, Jaime jumped into the pit and threatened not to come out unless she’s with him. And so begins Jaime’s redemption.

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17 White Walkers (Season 2 Episode 10)

While technically Game Of Thrones is a Fantasy show, the series is too grounded that we sometimes forget that there are dragons and shadow creatures lurking around Westeros. But one of the more fantastical creatures of the series was finally introduced in the Season 2 finale of the show. We finally get a glimpse of what the soldiers on The Wall are finally guarding. Fucking Zombies!!! And they are scary as shit!!! Winter is coming indeed.


16 Sandor Clegane Vs Berric Dondarion (Season 3 Episode 5)

Oh I put this on the list because who does not like a fight where one of the fighters uses a flaming sword? One of the coolest scenes on television. Ever.


15 The Death of Viserys Targaryen (Season 1 Episode 6)

Viserys has been a jerk. Ever since the moment we first laid our eyes on the elder Targaryen, we knew he was an ass. He sold his sister to the Dothraki so he can build an army. He let Khal Drogo rape his younger sister all for the uncertainty of them helping him take over King’s Landing. He was a vile, irrational and pretty much annoying. Not only to the viewers but mostly to the Dothraki tribe. So when the time came he demanded to have a taste of the Dothraki women, and be treated like a king, Drogo fulfilled his wish. He poured a pot of melted gold. Yes it was sick, but it was only the first of many gruesome deaths that the show has in store for us.


14 The Death of Ned Stark (Season 1 Episode 9)

This was the Oh Shit moment of the first season. The first time that we realized that no one is safe in Westeros. Not even it’s lead character Ned Stark. Sean Bean was the face of Game of Thrones. And he did not even live long enough to finish the season. My jaw dropped when I first saw this episode. Just like the millions of people who have seen Game of Thrones, we cried for the elder Stark. He was the one we were all rooting for to sit on the Iron Throne, and he just got beheaded. WTF right?! But it is awesome that the show has the balls to drop it’s lead star just like that. If he hadn’t died, Arya, Robb, Sansa, Jon Snow and Bran, would probably just be bit players til now.


13 The Birth of the Dragons (Season 1 Episode 10)

This was what kept me from dropping the show. Watching the first season finale, I was so depressed. By that time, they have killed two of the most loved characters of the series (Ned Stark and Khal Drogo). I thought Arya alone would not be able to make me sustain my interest on the show. But then, by the end of the episode, Daenarys rose out of the fire, and with her dragons. Baby fucking dragons!!! I’m glad I stayed and stuck with this show.  And we’ve got Khaleesi’s babies to thank for that.

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12 Cersei’s Walk Of Shame (Season 5 Episode10)

This is a bravo moment for me because Cersei really deserved all the shit that she got for all the horrible things she’s done to the show’s ‘heroes’. But even if it’s well deserved, it was still horrible to watch. It’s humiliating. De-humanizing. Just truly awful, what she had to go through in what obviously was a long walk back to the Red Keep. Imagine yourself doing that, you’d probably not last a meter without fainting. What’s sadder, I guess is that it happens in real life and not just in the fictional world of Westeros.


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11 The Trial of Tyrion Lannister (Season 4 Episode 6) Just read this chilling speech and tell me you’re not getting goosebumps imagining Peter Dinklage’s emmy worthy performance.

“I did not kill Joffrey, but I wish that I had. Watching your vicious bastard die gave me more relief than a thousand lying whores.

“I wish I was the monster you think I am. I wish I had enough poison for the whole pack of you. I would gladly give my life to watch you all swallow it.

“I will not give my life for Joffrey’s murder. And I know I’ll get no justice here, So I’ll let the gods decide my fate.

“I demand a trial by combat!”


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10 How To Train Your Dragon (Season 5 Episode 9)

In terms of the cool factor, I think Daenerys takes the biggest slice in this series, mainly because she has dragons for her children. And the penultimate episode of Season 5 gave us the most chilling scene with Drogon. The last fifteen minutes of episode 9 starts with an epic gladiator match with Jorah kicking ass, followed by an ambush by the Sons of the Harpy. Everyone has a moment, and in the end, when everything looked dire, we hear an ear-piercing scream. Drogon arrives and kills a lot of his mother’s enemies. And in a How-To-Train-Your-Dragon moment, Danny rides it and they fly off. I literally screamed like a little girl after seeing that ending.



9 The Battle of Blackwater (Season 2 Episode 9)

You see that flash of green destruction in the picture above. That’s some shit that’s both deadly and beautiful at the same time. This I think is the first time that Game of Thrones shows it’s viewers that they can do Lord of the Rings style of war and destruction. When I saw this episode I remember being overwhelmed by how big the whole battle was. It’s like watching a big budget movie. And then this is the episode that elevated Tyrion’s hero status. He showed great leadership and made us want to root for the people of King’s Landing even if their King is an idiot.


8 Hound Vs Brienne / Arya Leaves The Hound (Season 4 Episode 10)

I have to cheat on this one, these are two great moments that I had to combine since they all occurred together. It started when Brienne crossed paths with Arya and The Hound. Some witty banter were thrown and then Brienne and Sandor got into the most gnarly fight I have ever seen on television. Groins were kicked. An ear was bit off. And then we end the whole scene with Arya. Just staring at the Hound who was begging her to kill him. That look, it says more than any line would ever have. We know that The Hound is on Arya’s list of people she wants to kill. But she’s not going to let him die in his own terms. Instead, she leaves him to die a long and lonely death. That’s dark.

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7 The Battle for Castle Black (Season 4 Episode 9)

Mammoth-riding giant archers!!! That alone easily puts this moment or episode at the top of the most awesome GOT moments list. In season four’s penultimate episode, we are taken north of Westeros, on The Wall where the Wildlings for some reason find it’s time to finally take over the giant landmark. You can’t help but cheer for the  crows on this one. Jon Snow showed effective leadership, as well as that other guy who we disliked on previous episodes when he disagreed with Jon Snow’s suggestions. Plus, it gave us that long seamless shot of the fight inside the wall that was just breathtaking. Oh, and anytime we see some direwolf action, you know there’s no wrong in direwolf scenes.

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6 Hardhome (Season 5 Episode 8)

What an incredible 20 minutes. It’s intense. It’s action-packed. It’s terrifying as shit. And it delivers it’s goal of letting us know just how scary and formidable the White Walkers are. This is close in terms of action to the Battle on the Wall from Season 4 as one of the best action set piece of the entire series. The slaughter of the Wildlings from zombies was hard to watch. We may have been introduced and attached to some of the elders, so seeing them die was quite difficult to watch. And then in the end, during the staring match between the Walker King and Jon Snow, when the King raised his hands and all of the dead came back to life, all I could think of was a resounding “Oh. Shit!!! Winter is here!!!”


5 The Viper Vs The Mountain (Season 4 Episode 8)

Oh you can tell from the picture above that  this one ended nasty. All season long we know that Oberyn Martell came to King’s Landing for one thing only. Revenge. He knew The Mountain did it. He knew that the Lannisters were behind it. He just wanted a confession. And when Tyrion demanded a trial by combat, the Viper knew it was his chance to finally get what he wanted. The fight  was epic. It’s like David vs Goliath, and the Viper had the upper hand. Miraculously, he was able to stab The Mountain in the chest. That was great until, for one moment, while showboating, he set his eyes away from the enemy. Immediately The Mountain put him down, knocked his teeth away and slowly, while confessing crushed Oberyn’s skull. Along with the hopes of Tyrion winning the trial.


4 Tyrion’s Revenge (Season 4 Episode 10)

For two seasons, Tyrion has been humiliated, stripped of his power, wrongly accused of murder and sentenced to death. Right now, he’s one of the very few characters in the show that we consider as the hero. And with the death of Oberyn a few episodes prior, everything looked hopeless for everyone’s favorite imp. Fortunately for him, he still has friends in King’s Landing, and he escaped. But not before he exacts his revenge. I think his father’s death was a bit disappointing, but what he did to Shae was incredibly satisfying. Hearing her neck snap was painful to watch but you can’t help but think that she deserved it after betraying Tyrion twice.


3 The Death of Joffrey (Season 4 Episode 2)

The asshole king is dead. It was a long frickin’ death. The turd deserved it. And it was so satisfying. ‘Nuff said.

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2 The Red Wedding (Season 3 Episode 9)

This was awesome. But to be honest, this is one of the most painful scenes to watch in the entire run of Game of Thrones. This effectively eliminated some of the show’s biggest heroes. In a wedding nonetheless. And they spared no one. Not even the pregnant wife of Robb Stark. Not even the direwolf. And worse, they cut off it’s head and sewn it to Robb’s lifeless body.  It is awesome because this is when GOT nails in the head the fact that no one is safe in George RR Martin’s opus. Absolutely no one. Until now, I can still hear Catelyn Stark’s last cry of pain.


1 Daenerys Takes Over Astapor (Season 3 Episode 4)

In total, I think I have replayed this scene like 15 times. This is my favorite scene of the entire series. It’s a spectacle. It’s grand. It’s a perfect scene.  It started with Kraznys showing off his Unsullied at the same time bad mouthing the mother of dragons, calling her a pig and bitch. He was using the Valyrian language thinking the Mother of Dragons could not understand him. But then, in a grand showing of power, Dany spoke in Valyrian, telling Kraznys that dragons are not slaves and ordering the Unsullied to kill everyone holding a whip. Dracarys. With one word ending the life of the slave master and destroyed a city. The scene ended with Dany marching out of the city finally with an army she can call her own. Epic.


IGN recently released their list of the Top 100 Games of the Generation. The list of the best 100 games of the last generation of video game consoles (XBox360, PS3 and Wii).

I have to admit that I was not able to play them all, but for the most part I am familiar with a lot of the triple A games of the last 8 years. So with that, let me list down my Top 5 favorite games of the last generation.

I don’t have a Wii so I’m sorry if there won’t be any Wii games included on this list.


5 Fallout 3    

Bethesda has perfected the first person open world RPG. One would argue that their best outing was in Skyrim, and that is not a false claim. But I say that they would not have been able to do so, if they did not perfect Fallout. This in my opinion is where everything started to come together for the developer. It had a tight gameplay, breathtaking visuals and a gripping story. I loved walking around post apocalyptic Washington DC.There are literally hundreds of things to do. This was a revolutionary game for the last generation and just gave us a glimpse of what is possible in gaming for the Xbox 360 and PS3 generation.


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4 Mass Effect Trilogy

When I found out that your saved game from the first Mass Effect would have an effect on your gameplay for the sequel, my jaw dropped. Can you do that? Is it possible in gaming. I think it was the first time I have ever heard of such a thing. That is how I got invested in the whole Mass Effect Trilogy. I stuck with my Commander Shephard from beginning to the end. I re-played the game just to get the best endings. In Mass Effect 2, half of my crew got massacred, so I played it again until I got everyone out of the game safely. This was the game I replayed the most. It had a wonderful story. Great gameplay. Awe-inspiring graphics. Superb voice acting. And towards the end of Mass Effect 3, my Shephard got to make love with Kaiden Alenko, my video game crush. Gay sex!!! You don’t get to do that in video games.


3 Red Dead Redemption

Rockstar Games. What can I say? They are the industry’s best sandbox games developer. Grand Theft Auto is possibly the most successful franchise in the history of video games.They are controversial, but they never fail to deliver what is expected from them. While they’re mostly known for the GTA series, their best work came in another franchise. Red Dead Redemption. This game will always be etched in my mind as this was the game I was playing when I got the love of my life. But beyond that, Red Dead was a revolutionary game. It had a tragic story, a great and twisted cast and a wide array of activities to keep you away from the real world for more than a hundred hours. Heck, I’m happy just looking at the sunset atop of a cliff. That alone was worth the price of the game.


2 Uncharted Series

I don’t think there’s any action game, current or last gen that can top Uncharted. Set piece after set piece, playing this game is like being in a very expensive and elaborate action film.  Developed by Naughty Dog, Uncharted quickly became Playstation’s flagship game. Playstation 3 became the must have console because of this title. And why shouldn’t it. This is a sophisticated action game that had a great story. The cast has great chemistry. It’s got breathtaking action sequences and just playing as Nathan Drake is beyond exhilirating. The thing here though is that, this is not Naughty Dog’s best game.


1 The Last Of Us

This is the game that closed the last generation, and Sony saved the best for last. This is Naughty Dog’s best game ever. This game pushed the system of the PS4 to it’s limits. Graphics wise, this is the most beautiful I have seen for a console game. Story wise, The Last of Us went beyond the conventional storytelling and gave us something deep to think of whether it’s the conclusion or the decisions that all of the characters had to make. Blurring the line of morality has been done before, but this is the game that makes you think about it even more. Gameplay is perfect, stealth, crafting, shooting have never been perfected in a horror/action game. 90% of the praise this game is getting is due to it’s story, but it is well deserved. This is the most poignant, deepest, most engaging story a game could ever get. It is now an art form. And if this is what we should expect for the current generation of consoles, then bring it on!!!


What’s your game of the last generation?


The brooding and mysterious younger brother of Grand Theft Auto V is kind of disappointing.

I have only played the game a total of 5 hours since I got the game earlier today so I am reserving my overall judgement after I play the game  this weekend.

But as far as first impressions go, this game was not what I hoped and worried it will be. I’ll be honest, when this was first unveiled over a year ago, I was immediately aboard the hype train for Watch Dogs. The graphics were outstanding and with the ability to hack just about any electronic device, my thought that the gameplay would be one-of-a-kind.

But I was worried, with all the abilities in your grasp (blackout, hacking, snooping, driving, shooting), I thought that the controls would be complicated. It’s not. It turns out, all you need to do is to press the square button. It should make me happy that the controls is not as complicated as I perceived it to be, but then again, the simplicity took away some points to my gaming experience. Suddenly, Watch Dogs is not the revolutionary game I was led to believe that it will be.

Like I said earlier, this is Grand Theft Auto’s more brooding little brother. Unfortunately for Watch Dogs, the GTA franchise setup a pretty massive benchmark for open world gaming that anything similar to it, just won’t be enough. 

The game is still great, don’t get me wrong. It’s easy to get lost in Ubisoft’s version of modern Chicago. In the five hours that I played this game, most of these hours were wasted reading the profile of it’s citizens. I was wondering if I should steal money from a cancer survivor or that person who donates money to extremist groups. This world is bustling. If there’s one thing WD did better than GTA, it’s this. NPCs are alive and teeming with personality. One can get lost just simply by hacking into people’s profile, listening in on their phone calls or reading their SMS exchanges. Some of these often leads you to crafting materials and side missions. 

Also, since the game I have is on PS4, I can definitely guarantee that this game is pretty. The blurring when scenes change is reminiscent of Assassin’s Creed. It’s not bad, although there are times that it’s distracting. Sometimes I think, is this really part of the design or a glitch? But when you play the game as it is, it’s smooth as silk and again, it’s really gorgeous.

Hopefully, you’ll hear back from me soon with a full review of the game.

Tell me what you think of Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs. Is it worth the hype and wait?

Game of the year.

Best game of 2013.

The scariest and most moving story in video gaming history.

These are some of the descriptions being thrown out by everyone who has played the game. And true to those descriptions, The Last of Us delivered the same quality that has often been expected of games coming from Naughty Dog.

It is not fair to compare this game to the company’s other best seller Uncharted because they are two different genres. While Uncharted is brimming with action and wit, this new game is full of suspense and drama. With The Last of Us, you don’t go out guns ablazing killing off infected, you have to play it smart.

But I’m already talking forward, let’s back up a little and start from the beginning: the story. This is set twenty years after a fungal infestation spread all over the world. The Infected (sort of like zombies only creepier looking) litter the entire nation. Joel, a smuggler, who experienced a tragedy when the infection began was forced to transport a 14-year old girl out of Boston to a militia camp on the other side of the country. Thus begins the tale of morally gray men and women of The Last Of Us.

If there are acting awards given to video game characters, Joel and Ellie deserve the trophy. You can really see the desperation in their eyes whenever they are forced to kill someone. And the voice work of both Troy Baker and Ashley Johnson are just superb. They’re really effective. The emotions shown on screen by both computer generated characters are way better than the ones from LA Noire which was supposed to be a game about analyzing people’s emotion.

Thankfully, the gameplay is easy to figure out. Watching demos on youtube got me worried at first that this is going to be a difficult game, but when I finally got my hands on it, it felt like home. While you are allowed to go guns blazing fighting either the Infected or your fellow survivors, stealth is more favorable. You see, this is 20 years after apocalypse. Bullets and whatever stash you can have are rare finds. So you really have to play this game smart. This is bad for me as I’m someone who’d rather fight and kill everyone on sight rather than hide. So I really had a hard time playing this game. Fortunately, you’ll get invested with your characters that I never thought, not even once on giving up on the game.

The environment, what can I say… it’s definitely prettier than the one I played in Skyrim. Set pieces are large enough that you’d really want to wander around and scavenge for supplies or trinkets or comic books. The post apocalypse America is so beautiful you’d forget this is a survival horror game. Heck, I’m surprised that the PS3 can still release pretty games at the end of this console generation’s life cycle. And the AI is really good too. Sometimes, I’d just hide and let my  companions do the fighting for me.

The next generation of video game consoles will be coming out by the end of the year. And if you’re an owner of a PS3, then you can’t pass on this game.

The first three sentences on this review are perfect descriptions of what this game is. It’s more actually.

Bravo Naughty Dog. I can’t wait to play your next game.

After I play The Last Of Us seven more times.

RATING: 10 out of 10 stars 

Movie trailers’ purpose is to make people want to watch a movie. It whets the appetite of casual film goers, fans and geeks. I lined up the first day of showing of Iron Man 3 expecting this grand showdown between Tony Stark and the Mandarin. Little did I know that I should not come in with expectations about this film.

I’m not saying that Iron Man 3 is a bad film. Far from it. It’s I think the best outing for Tony Stark (after Avengers of course). But it was totally far from what I expected. And it was good!!!

The film is loosely based on Warren Ellis and Adi Granov’s Extremis storyline. A virus has been created that can enhance any man, and those who cannot regulate the virus turns into a Weapon of Mass Destruction. I was curious as to how they would add The Mandarin into the story, seeing as he is Iron Man’s greatest nemesis.

Honestly, the change of director was initially worrisome to me. Sometimes it can go either way. I have never heard of Shane Black before this movie so I didn’t want to bring my hopes up just to be disappointed in the end. Fortunately, the movie delivered. And it delivered in spades.

This is the first film where I thought that the super villains are really formidable. You will genuinely fear for the life of Tony Stark and those around him. Guy Pierce was really nasty in this one. I think he was a great choice for Aldrich Killian. And Ben Kingsley… wow!!! His Mandarin was something I never expected. It was awesome!!!

As usual, Robert Downey Jr. proved he’s the best fit for the character. I honestly can’t see anyone else who’d fill in his shoes if ever he decides to quit playing the part. And I don’t know, I think this is the sexiest he’s ever been playing the role of our heroic billionaire.

Just like the tradition, the movie is packed with equal portions of action, drama and laughs. I really loved Tony’s interaction with a kid midway through the film. And there were significant developments for Pepper’s character as well.

So the summer movie blockbuster’s officially started with Iron Man 3. And honestly, this is the best way to start the season.

By the way, the post credit scene was hilarious. Predictable, but hilarious!!!

Bring on Avengers 2!!!

RATING: 9.5 out of 10 stars


My video game purchases for 2013 is off to a great start.

Two weeks ago, I was absorbed into the new world of Dante in DMC: Devil May Cry. And then last weekend, I became inchanted by this little Japanese RPG called Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. This is Level 5 and Studio Ghibli’s first collaboration.

The story centers on a young boy named Oliver who is destined to be the savior of another world. Following the loss of his mother, the young boy eagerly joined this epic quest with Drippy, high lord of the faeries in the hopes of saving and bringing back his mother.

I am no stranger to JRPGs and since the introduction of the original Playstation, I have played quite a number of these games. While this isn’t really that different from what has gone before, Ni No Kuni stands atop of them all due to it’s unbelievably infinite charm. It helps that Studio Ghibli’s name (of Spirited Away fame) attached to the game. That alone, gives high marks in terms of the art for this title.

Gameplay is immersive, while you do play as Oliver throughout the game, during fight scenes, it is better when you use your Familiars. These are like your Pokemon pets that fight for you. There are about 400 of them to collect (all of them are really over-the-top cute), so you’ll never run out of things to do in this game. Aside from the main story, side quests include fixing people’s broken hearts. They can be done via fetch quests or other errands, all of these will make you not notice that you’ve been playing the game for over 20 hours. It is that immersive.

I really don’t have anything negative to say about the game. I guess, if I have one thing to nitpick, it’s that I would like to hear some more voice acting from the game. Some cutscenes are text heavy and takes away a little joy from my playthrough.

At a little over 30 hours of play in this game, I’m barely halfway to finishing this game. And that’s fine because I really having a good time with this title.

It’s a game that every PS3 owners really should not miss.

RATING: 9.5 out of 10 Stars

James Bond’s movie life turned 50 this year and they celebrate it by making one of the best films in the series. Yeah, they did screw up the continuity of the franchise but who the heck cares.

Daniel Craig’s third outing as the slick double O agent has been a bit shaky. Casino Royale is just brilliant and still stands as the best in it’s 50 year history. On the other hand, Quantum of Solace is still waiting on my hard drive to be finished. Fortunately, the third film came back better than ever.

Casino Royale reset the world of Bond the best way that I can think of. And it still continues here. We meet familiar names for the first time and say hello to new ones as well.

When you haveSam Mendes helming the film, where do you go wrong? He is one of the most skilled storyteller in Hollywood for some time now. I haven’t really seen any of his other works after the brilliant American Beauty and Road to Perdition, but this has been an awesome comeback film for him. I love his style. It’s slick, it does not falter and it just flows brilliantly. The action scenes may not reach the highs of prior Bond films, but it makes the Bond universe more grounded. More realistic. Better.

And the cinematography. Wow! From the streets of Turkey, to the high rise towers of Shanghai, that casino in Macau, to London and finally that lone mansion in Scotland, I’ve never seen the world as beautiful as these breathtaking shots have made them.

When you got everything else stepping up, it’s great that the actors were able to step up their game for this film too. But when you’ve got names like Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Albert Finney, Javier Bardem and Daniel Craig on your cast, you know you have to do well. I especially love Bardem’s Agent Silver. The gay innuendos on his first scene with Bond was the highlight of the film for me. Perfect blend of great writing and acting.

I don’t really have anything bad to say about this film as I think it’s totally brilliant. It may turn off some continuity geeks, in the way that it screwed Pierce Brosnan’s Bond. But when you’re watching a great movie, you wouldn’t really care at all.

Heck, simpletons may not even think that the end of the film has any effect in the continuity at all..

RATING: 9.5 out of 10 stars