Alan Gratz via The Loop:
I saw Skyfall last night, and after breaking it down, I can come to only one conclusion: this is the Bond film in which it is revealed that James Bond is a Time Lord.
In one breath, the writers want us to believe that this Bond is every Bond—the same man who battled Dr. No in 1962, Mr. Big in 1973, Max Zorin in 1985, and Janus in 1995—and in the next breath believe that Daniel Craig is the only James Bond there ever was, because his parents named him James Bond.
Great analysis by Alan. I was always under the impression that James Bond and 007 where codenames and that different agents were using those names. In Skyfall however, we get the impression that James Bond is just one person. And then you run into some strange timelines, where the only conclusion can indeed be that James Bond is a Time Lord.