A look at some of the most recognisable movie posters from the James Bond films: this time, the films starring Daniel Craig.
With Connery gone, the producers went back to one of the stronger books. Let's take a look at a film which just gets more and more love as the years pass: ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE.
This time, I look at the one where Bond turns Japanese, and Nancy Sinatra seduces us with the theme song.
No Time To Die arrives in September 2021 – so I'm challenging myself to look back at every Bond film before then. This time, let's visit Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang…
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?
In my second Bond retrospective, I revisit FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE - arguably one of the best Bond films.
In the first article, I look briefly at the birth of Bond, and spend a little time detailing how those Bond tropes/stereotypes first appeared.
Movies are rife with them today. Whether it's the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or the Monsterverse, the idea of having your stories connect in some way to make a grander storyline is all the rage. So how about a Bond Universe?
Very soon, the world will need a new James Bond. What about Superman?
In 1967, Roald Dahl, author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The Witches and now screenwriter for YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE was interviewed in Playboy magazine and made a comment about the use of "Bond girls". As quoted in SOME KIND OF HERO, the excellent book on the Bond films by Matthew Field … Continue reading The “Bond Girl” Formula