Spectre - 7 things that left us shaken and stirred
It's three years since Skyfall, but finally, Spectre has arrived.
Is the fourth instalment of Daniel Craig as James Bond everything we'd hoped it be?
We were at the first global screening of the film at London's Leicester Square, here's 7 things that left us shaken and stirred...
Aston Martin DB10
Slick, slick suits
The movie begins in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead parade, within minutes 007 is in a bedroom with a hot woman, who he quickly leaves to shoot people and blow stuff up, oh and then fight for his life in an out-of-contol-helicopter only to fly from the city. You know, an average Monday...
There's more humour and one-liners than the previous three spy films. Intelligence genius Q, played by Ben Whishaw is a natural at comedy, but the best gag of the film comes from Ralph Fiennes, who has fully taken over from Judi Dench as former M, who may be dead, but is far from forgotten. She rules from the grave...
Running at 148 minutes, it's the longest Bond film ever. However, despite the time, an integral part of the plot (which we won't spoilt for you) gets a little lost. You may be shaken and stirred, your arse will also be numb.