The Almodovar film is called Talk To Her
for the English-speaking market. I loved it because it took its time to tell the story - it's not often a film leaves you space and time to think about what's happening. I think if it didn't take that time and leave that space it wouldn't work on such an emotional level. Editing is really an under-rated art form.
On a much more lowbrow level, I watched Skyfall again last night. Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Ralph Feinnes and Naomie Harris still acted brilliantly. Put any two of them on the screen and let them go - you'll get a scene worth watching. The Aston Martin is still beautiful, as is Glencoe.
I still have no idea what Bérénice Marlohe's character was there for: her makeup meant she looked like she needed a wash most of the time; she had a minimal impact on the story; and she died meaninglessly. The scene in the glass-walled tower block was all wrong. I could see what they were trying to do, but they didn't manage to do it, and they didn't have to do it in the first place. Didn't get these things the first time: don't get them now.