Tyler from Alberta Advantage, format guardian, and several episodes of the Kino Lefter podcast, joins me this week to discuss this critical entry into the James Bond canon.
Sam Mendes' first of two Bond films Skyfall marks the 50th year of the franchise. It's a reflective reinvention of James Bond set against the backdrop of civilian oversight of intelligence agencies, changing gender roles, terrorism, and youngsters using gadgets better than me. Is Skyfall a patriotic ode to institutions in a time of change? How does the film resonate with us today?