While Daniel Craig’s Bond plays dead and tries to stop a terrorist organization led by another madman, Liam Neeson finds himself having to rescue another of his family members in a foreign country.
Probably the best part of this preview is the angelic choir music that plays in the background to the action. It’s somewhat corny, yes, but still fairly cool nonetheless. I liked the first movie well enough to give this sequel a watch, but the idea that another member of Liam Neeson’s family would be kidnapped while visiting a foreign country is pretty silly. However, the premise of the family from the first movie seeking vengeance intrigues me, and it might just work in that context. We’ll have to wait and see.
Try to imagine me staring at the screen without blinking, mouth agape and getting goosebumps all over my arms, and you’ll have a pretty good idea of how anxious I am to see the next James Bond adventure, let alone how much I really dig this latest preview. Nearly every scene and glimpse whets my appetite, from Daniel Craig falling through the roof a moving train like it’s nothing to seeing him meet and chat with Q for the first time. Best of all, I love the grand entrance Javier Bardem makes from the elevator. This is an awesome trailer, and I can’t wait to see the movie on the big screen.
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