Skyfall is to Craig what Goldfinger was for Connery: his best outing as 007 yet, hands down. To those of you who know your James Bond films, that is probably the highest praise you can give a Bond film.
Since Skyfall is only days away from hitting the theaters, and the franchise is celebrating its half centennial (50 years) anniversary, I thought why not do a good 'ol Top Five for everyone's favourite British secret agent. The 00 agent with a license to kill has been in 22, going on 23, films over the past 50 years, saving the world time after time.
When he isn't escorting the Queen to the Olympic Ceremonies, 007 is coming back from the dead to kick some world-dominating-villain ass.
I've been waiting four long years to hear that iconic MGM lion let out another fierce roar. Four long years to see martinis drank as villains monologue their plans for world domination. Four long years to see Britain's top secret agent renew his license to kill.
Edward Zwick's Defiance is based on the true life story of three Jewish brothers who escape Nazi-occupied Poland to the Belarussian forest during World War II. Forming a resistance, the Bielski brothers build and defend a woodland community for Jewish refugees.