21 November 2012 7:15 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

It's been four long years since we've seen superspy James Bond on the big screen, but his newest outing, Skyfall, is already the most succesful Bond film of all time. The movie has certainly been well represented here at Fs.net, with Alex raving about it himself, interviewing the producers, director Sam Mendes, and even Ben Whishaw (the new Q) while Jeremy gave it top marks for Bond accuracy. But could the 00 agent with a license to kill have borrowed a few tricks from a classic 1990 holiday film for its action-packed third act, or was that sequence a shout-out to a Sam Peckinpah classic? And does it even matter? Discuss below! (Note: There are major spoilers for Bond's Skyfall, Casino Royale, and Quantum of Solace ahead.) The third act of Skyfall is not only full of great action, it also answers an important question that have had fans wondering for »

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