Spectre (2015) is the 25th canonized entry in the James Bond film series, and the fourth go-around for Daniel Craig as the super spy. Picking up only a few months after the events of 2012's Skyfall, Bond is reigned in by the new director of MI-6 (Ralph Fiennes, reprising his role from Skyfall), who wants more restrictions on the loose cannon spy. Of course, that lasts all of five minutes as Bond eventually slips away with the help of Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and Q (Ben Whishaw) to track down Madeleine (Lea Seydoux), the daughter of an old adversary whose life is in danger. Little does Bond know that he's playing right into the hands of a new nemesis (Christoph Waltz), one with more than a passing familiarity with Bond. Sadly this film does not contain any nudity, even of the accidental variety. We do get plenty of cleavage from Lea Seydoux and Naomie Harris, as well as some sexy looks at Monica Bellucci in some black lingerie, but that's about it! This flick will leave you shaken and stirred!