Robert Pattinson is finally back with a brand new movie, and while it’s not yet available for pre-order, fans have already started lining up to see it. In the meantime, there are so many awesome quotes from the new Bond film that you might want to write them down. We’ve collected some of the best here for you to read and enjoy.

There are so many great moments in SPECTRE, and since we don’t have your attention, let’s dive into the details!

Batman Isn’t a Superhero

While we’re all really excited that Robert Pattinson is playing Batman in the next movie, it’s important to keep in mind that Batman isn’t actually a superhero. In the comics, the Dark Knight is always working alone or in small teams of vigilantes. The only heroes he really ever gets along with are his arch-nemesis, the Joker, and the Boy Wonder, Robin (not the other way around). In the movies, however, it’s almost always been about big team-ups and spectacular fights. That’s not going to happen here. In fact, if you compare the trailers for SPECTRE with those of any of the other Bond films, you’ll see a world of difference.

Spectre Just Looks Better

One of the most recognizable features of SPECTRE will be its incredible eye-catching designs. They may not be for the faint-hearted, but when James Bond makes an entrance, or an exit, you’ll be treated to one of the most spectacular sights you’ve ever seen. It doesn’t hurt that Q Branch is back (kind of), and they’ve hooked up with the same legendary designer, Ernst, who has impeccable taste and is almost guaranteed to please any woman or man. If you’re familiar with the character of Ernst, you’ll know exactly what kind of style he’ll bring to the table. Let’s not forget about the tailor either, whose creations have been featured in many a high-profile film. It’s also important to keep in mind that the outfits don’t just look cool, but they’re also highly practical since many of the design features, like girdles, help to minimize the chances of a wardrobe malfunction.

The Whole Film Is An Excuse To Have Fun

From the ridiculous title sequence, that features the now-famous “bow tying” scene, to the spectacular train fight, the early portions of SPECTRE are filled with funny jokes and self-referential asides that serve mostly to lighten the mood. This isn’t a dark, brooding Bond film like Casino Royale or From Russia With Love. It’s actually a lot of fun! It may not have been meant to be taken so seriously, but this is still James Bond we’re talking about, and nothing else really matters when it comes down to him and his gadgets. It’s all about the action and the comedy, for the most part, with some dramatic subplots thrown in just to keep things interesting.

While the first act is full of light-hearted escapades, the mid and end portions of the film are more serious. The villains are more elaborate and diabolical in nature, and there’s plenty of drama surrounding the main plot. It’s practically a character study of the worst kind that focuses on M (not Pierce Brosnan, as one might assume), and his plans for bringing down (or saving) the world. The drama portion, however, is more internal than external, as M battles his own inner demons while trying to decipher the intentions of an unknown aggressor. It’s more psychological than anything else, and it’s often times very heartbreaking. We won’t give away any of the major twists and turns, but it’s not a stretch to say that the ending is one of the most heart-breaking in recent memory. It may not be what you were expecting when you came in to see the movie, but it’s still quite an emotional conclusion to one of the most entertaining films of the year. In the end, it’s a story about a man fighting for his own sanity, as well as that of everyone he loves. It’s a beautiful portrayal of a character we’ve come to know and love over the years. The film may not be perfect, but it’s a damn good effort nonetheless.

The Main Villain Is The Most Elaborate Yet

The main villain in SPECTRE, and quite possibly, one of the two or three biggest supervillains ever featured in a Bond film, is the elusive Ernst Stavro Blofeld. He’s the mastermind behind all of this, and he’s determined to have his revenge on James Bond, for what exactly, we’re not too sure. There have been numerous other villains in the Bond films, ranging from the simple to the very complex. However, Blofeld takes the cake when it comes to sheer ambition. It doesn’t hurt that he’s one of the most visually distinctive villains in cinematic history. When we first see him, he’s walking through an elaborate set, glistening with sweat, looking completely unencumbered by clothing, which is quite a feat for such a large man. Blofeld is a pure genius (and probably one of the most underrated villains ever), and we can’t wait to see what his inspiration is this time around.

It’s not just his appearance that draws attention. We’re treated to one of the most intricate, mind-bending schemes in the history of the franchise. The big question is, ‘Is James Bond going to be able to stop him?’ We’ve seen him unravel many of the most brilliant plots in the history of the franchise, but can he figure out this one? It’s been a while since we’ve seen James Bond operate on his own, and after such a long break, it’s going to be interesting to see how he performs without Mr. White’s help. One thing’s for certain: he’s never been in a tighter spot, and he’s never faced such an ambitious adversary. For that matter, neither have we.

SPECTRE is shaping up to be one of the most interesting Bond films yet. We’ve got an incredible story, an incredible cast, and an incredible director behind the camera. The trailers alone are enough to make the film worth a watch. While it may not be the most accessible film for newcomers, it’s still stuffed full of heartbreak, betrayal, and revenge, and that’s what makes up for all the cliches and one-dimensional characters we’ve come to know and love.