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'Spectre' (November 6th)
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'Spectre' (November 6th)

It's remarkable to live in an era when people are actively looking forward to James Bond movies. (Sorry, Pierce Brosnan.) On the heels of the rousing Skyfall, Spectre returns star Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes alongside a stellar supporting cast that includes Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Léa Seydoux and Christoph Waltz — who you can stop asking whether he's playing infamous Bond villain Blofeld, by the way. The recent Sony email leaks revealed internal concerns about a ballooning budget, but moviegoers won't care, just so long as Spectre is as smart and stylish as Skyfall — and Daniel Craig keeps shaking and stirring us by bringing his patented sense of blue-eyed brutishness to the role. T.G.

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