Blood Stone 007 Preview

November 8, 2010 by Clark · Leave a Comment 

Blood Stone starts like anything Bond should: with a bang. In true Spy Who Loved Me style, 007 parachutes onto a private yacht, evades an enemy gunship, speedboats across Athens harbour and blitzes through oncoming traffic in his beloved Aston Martin DB-S. It might be on your console rather than your local multiplex, but Daniel Craig’s Bond is back. Unsurprisingly, there’s an international conspiracy, and only Her Majesty Secret Service’s finest, unperturbed by budget cuts, can unravel the mystery that surrounds the theft of Britain’s covert chemical weapon. Mixing elements of stealth and action, Blood Stone immediately reminds you of the two most recent films, the world’s least secretive spy moving in the same swift, predatory manner that we’ve come to expect from Daniel Craig’s 007. Whether stalking silently or rushing enemies all guns blazing, everything’s been made as slick and simple as possible – switching to different a…
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