“Bond, James Bond.” That classic line has carried many actors through their time as Ian Flemings renowned character, but none has had such a screen presence as Daniel Craig. With the addition of SKYFALL, Craig takes us further into the Bond past where we learn more about why is is who he is.
Although we lose one of the best known characters of the newest Bond series, we hear Bond say several names dating back to the 70s and 80s. With a new “M”, we see where bond is headed as new episodes are delivered and the name “MoneyPenny” should bring back memories to old Bond fans.
SKYFALL begins with action and grabs your from the first 2 minutes. Like most Bond films, you’re hooked from the start. Action continues through the climax, at Bond’s childhood home, “Skyfall” and we learn more about his mysterious past.
If you haven’t made plans to see the movie on opening day, change your plans. If you don’t have tickets, buy the now.
Leave work. Call in “well”. Head to the theater. It’s that good.
After work, keep driving and head up the the North Carolina Highcountry to enjoy one of the many bed and breakfasts the area has to offer. Come by Banner Elk, where choices abound.
Many rooms are available starting under $65 per night.
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