7 November 2012 12:38 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

A case can be made that Daniel Craig has become the screen's most vulnerable James Bond, both physically and emotionally, while at least tying with Sean Connery as the most ruthless and vicious. Both sides of Craig's 007 get a full workout in "Skyfall," which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Bond franchise by mixing new twists with just enough shout-outs to please the nostalgic among us. Even if the Bond series has lasted this long through an adherence to a fairly strict formula — nefarious villain, cool gadgets, Bond sleeps »


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