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Old 29-10-2012, 12:29
D.Page
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So a bit like all the other Bond films till Roger Moore took over then.
Also, don't forget London as a location.
Oh, yes. I looked at that London skyline, much of it shot in dreary weather conditions (very apt), and my jaw dropped with the visual spendour (!).

Anyway, the films aren't meant to be a travelogue. The story is what is important, and Skyfall really delivered there.
You can use the 'travelogue' argument, but Bond films have always included a number of stunning locations. Not many in this one, for some reason.
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