James Bond: SPECTRE



James Bond: SPECTRE

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UK Double Sided Quad / Advance "Coming Soon" (30" x 40")

Country of Origin

British / UK


Near mint minus; originally rolled (as issued)


Sam Mendes


Ben Wishaw, Christoph Waltz, Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, Monica Bellucci, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes

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After an extremely successful advertising campaign on “SKYFALL”, Empire Design have been retained by EON for the latest Bond extravaganza “SPECTRE” & it’s fair to say they have come up trumps again. This very rare original country of origin (British) “Coming Soon” Advance UK Quad for Sam Mendes’ second Bond film has a real retro feel about it, exuding a strong “Live and Let Die” / Roger Moore vibe as Daniel Craig mimics Moore’s stance and rocks the dark turtleneck sweater look with shoulder holster accessory. These first “Coming Soon” advance posters are always sought after and often give an indication of the coming film’s tone; so can we expect a more tongue in cheek, Roger Moore type portrayal of 007 ? I think not! But anticipation is sky high after Daniel Craig has been quoted as saying”…expect Skyfall x 10″… Originally rolled (as issued) this lightly used example displays and presents excellently…Guaranteed original this represents an extremely collectable piece of James Bond movie memorabilia.

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Film Description

“You’ve got a secret James. Something you can’t tell anyone, because you don’t trust anyone”

An excellent follow up to Skyfall. This is the polish, where Skyfall’s blemishes of missing elements were fully covered. SPECTRE emitted the “Bond” feel, where Skyfall seemed to lack in some areas. Watching SPECTRE throughout, there was no doubt at any moment that there was any break in the “gentleman spy” character. In terms of other characters, Madeleine Swann was a great portrayal of a strong Bond girl, where she is an easy contender as a life partner for 007. Christoph Waltz played a very menacing villain, and given some time in British custody, his character would make for a great return with an even greater vengeance. Dave Bautista as Mr. Hinx was an incredible henchman; while not competing with the iconic characters of Oddjob and Jaws, he stands on the pedestal alongside the close second place candidate, Xenia Onatopp. Monica Bellucci delivered as an enigmatic and passionate widow, and even in a short amount of screen time. Andrew Scott played as a fine weasel of a character, as the head of the CNS.

Overall, the action was satisfying, and I was never bored at any given time. Granted I am a very big Bond fan, I still find it more entertaining than some of the old films of the 60s, where some parts of those films were dragged out in unnecessary ways. I loved this film. Saw it two days back-to-back, and enjoyed it both times. There was an aura of elegance, high society and danger that ate through my Bond-loving heart throughout (Can’t help but imagine how Pierce Brosnan or Sean Connery would do with this script).

This film, however, makes me hold a VERY high expectation for Bond 25, even more so than I did following Skyfall. However the fate of Bond falls in the next two or so years, the story nonetheless ought to be good, casting flawless, and cinematography near perfect. Whether or not Daniel Craig returns, or let alone Sony continues to have the rights of distribution, 007 should have enough leeway to do what he does best

A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.

Watch the 007 Spectre Official Trailer #2 (2015) Daniel Craig James Bond Movie HD


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