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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – The World Is Not Enough (1999)

The World Is Not Enough was one of my first choices when we were going through the exercise of divvying up the Bond films for one main reason… Robert Carlyle. The first time I saw him was in Priest back at the end of the last millennium. At the time, the big draw was Linus Roache in […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Of all the things that Tomorrow Never Dies has going for it something that, perhaps, doesn’t spring immediately to mind is the sheer weight of originality. This is the first film in the franchise to have no relationship with anything written by Ian Fleming outside of the character names. Licence To Kill was a virtual pick and mix […]

The Giant James Bond Rewatch – Die Another Day (2002)

Die Another Day has one of my favorite Bond openings.  Bond fails to win the day and gets captured.  We’ve never seen Bond held captive for so long before.  (The opening credits compress time and show us some of the torture and interrogation Bond endures.)  At that point in my life, I don’t think I […]

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The Giant James Bond Rewatch – GoldenEye (1995)

GoldenEye is an important Bond film.  It ended the six-year hiatus since License to Kill, during which Timothy Dalton quit and Alfred R. Broccoli stepped down as producer.  It introduced Pierce Brosnan in his first outing as James Bond.  And it was the basis for an extremely popular video game, one which I have fond memories […]

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Every Time Die was in the title of a James Bond Film

We’ve got the “last” Bond film with Daniel Craig coming out in early April. Of course, DIE is in the title. This is a recognizable Bond thing. But how many 007 movies really have die in the title after all? Let’s take a look. Live and Let Die (1970) I can’t complain about the film […]

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