In the long build-up to the release of No Time To Die, I’ve been looking back at all of the James Bond films in their nearly 60-year history. This time, it's the film that followed Skyfall, where shadows from Bond's past reappear. Spoilers ahead... GUNBARREL The film starts with the gunbarrel - the first time … Continue reading BOND RETROSPECTIVE 24: SPECTRE
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BOND RETROSPECTIVE 23: SKYFALL
A slick, beautiful looking adventure for Bond, which brought us a great villain, a sad ending and a return to the Bond we first met in 1962. The incredibly successful SKYFALL.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 22: QUANTUM OF SOLACE
Following the tremendous reboot of Casino Royale, they decided to try something new: a direct sequel. The action packed and stylish QUANTUM OF SOLACE.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 21: CASINO ROYALE
The Blond Bond arrives. After a troubled few years the movies returned. With a reboot. A risky adventure in more ways than one, but an absolute triumph. CASINO ROYALE.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 20: DIE ANOTHER DAY
The 40th anniversary movie is big, bold and over the top. Packed full of homages to the previous films and including THAT car, we have DIE ANOTHER DAY.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 19: THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
Brosnan's Bond is brilliant in this adventure with a great cast and some spectacular action. THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 18: TOMORROW NEVER DIES
In this breathless chase adventure, the action and humour are great as Bond battles a villain ripped from the headlines, and journeys to the far east. TOMORROW NEVER DIES.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 17: GOLDENEYE
After a long time away, Bond returned with spectacular self-confidence in Brosnan's first 007 adventure. The brilliant GOLDENEYE.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 16: LICENCE TO KILL
Bond gets tough - with a tougher age restriction than before. Dalton settles into the role in this revenge thriller where Bond loses his LICENCE TO KILL.
BOND RETROSPECTIVE 03: GOLDFINGER
Some say this is the Best of the "classic" Bond films. Arguably it's the best Bond song ever. Even if you don’t know the words, you can hum the opening bars. Is this the film where Connery finesses his performance of James Bond?