I bought Page Eight with great expectations, being a big Bill Nighy fan. Nighy plays a nondescript but dependable MI-5 agent who stumbles onto a disturbing secret, just after his boss suddenly passes away. Whether he will divulge it will affect his career - in fact, just the possibility that he will publicize it produces some unpleasant repercussions in the office (as in 'do you expect to be working here next week?'). While I enjoyed the performances of Nighy and Miss Weisz, I didn't think there was one killer suspense scene in this film (unlike, say, a typical MI-5 epsiode), and, for some reason, the actors were prone to curse frequently, that is. a lot of F-bombs (I thought only Hollywood actors used this device and British actors just 'act'). Overall, then a passable spy flick, without a lot of highs and lows. Nighy had hopes of making a few sequels to this in hope of producing a series based on his characters - my advice? less cursing and more story, Bill.