Skyfall

Theatrical Release: November 9, 2012
Skyfall
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Synopsis

In Skyfall, Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

Dove Review

The latest Bond film is a little more fast-paced and action packed than the previous films were. This one has a little romance but it moves by quickly leaving plenty of time for the chases and gun fire. Someone is targeting MI6 agents and M especially. Bond must figure out who the culprit is and save M from being one of the victims.

We won’t spoil the show for you but the twists and turns will keep the audience interested. The violence is a bit much as in all Bond flicks and of course, he gets his turn with the ladies as well. Due to the items listed in our content descriptions we are unable to award a Dove Seal to this film.

Content Description

Sex: Man/woman together with sex implied-2;
Language: For God Sake-2; H-4; D-1; C-2; S-2; F-1; B-1; Good God-1; "Don't c*ck it up"-1
Violence: Several people shot at close range; machine-gun fire with deaths multiple times; frantic car and motorcycle chases; explosions multiple times; hand to hand combat multiple times; surprisingly little blood but a very violent film none the less. Woman bleeding from mouth; Man cuts shrapnel from body with knife; Man killed with knife.
Drugs: Man takes pills; Several people drink; woman smokes
Nudity: Silhouetted female nudity in opening sequence; Woman in shower nude but nothing seen; cleavage; shirtless man;
Other: Man with homosexual tendencies.

Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Writer: Neal Purvis & Robert Wade,
Director: Sam Mendes
Genre: Action
Runtime: 143 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Scott Rolfe