The first forty-five minutes of this James Bond movie directed by Sam Mendes had very little action and relevance to the remainder of this film.
It has been four years since we last saw Britain's top secret agent, James Bond, (Daniel Craig).
An explosion at England's secret intelligence agency's building sets England into a panic.
The action started to get exciting as we could start understanding who the villain is and why he is terrorizing the public.
England and James Bond's top foe was Silva (Javier Bardem).
Silva used to be a secret operative with England's intelligence agency.
Former agent Silva felt slighted by James Bond's boss and head of MI6 M (Judi Dench).
From the middle of the movie until the end of the movie there was high excitement and action as James Bond tries to get M to safety.
Furthermore there were great fight scenes as James Bond tries to kill off Agent Silva and his group.
This James Bond PG-13 movie is worth going to see, but Daniel Craig is no Sean Connery and the movie does not hold up to those classic James Bond movies from the 1960s.