Feels like if DALL-E was asked to create a Pixar Film.
Roger Deakin’s Cinematography is not only Technically Bold, but also Visually Stunning, as is Sam Mende’s Direction. The Sound Design Pierces through your ears and names you jump out of your seat. Production and Costume Design is also really good. The Screenplay however, could use a bit of work.
Spectre boasts with some Amazing Action and Cinematography that Almost beats Skyfall’s (Almost). It’s Entertaining and has a great Score by Thomas Newman. But their are problems with it.
The Script lacks Emotion as what we’re seeing on screen should invite some Emotion by the Way it’s shot, but yet we don’t Feel it. The Script is also Predictable at Points. Christopher Waltz, despite playing Hans Landa in Inglorious Basterds, doesn’t feel like a Villain here and is a lot less threatening. Theirs also some Editing and ADR goofs.
But overall an Entertaining Film that Serves well to Daniel Craig’s 007.