The latest Bond film has been a long time coming. But was it worth the wait? My NON-SPOILER review of NO TIME TO DIE.
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
BLACK WIDOW is Marvel's solo outing for Natasha Romanoff. This is Marvel's Bond. This is my spoiler-filled breakdown - showing it's debt to Moonraker, OHMSS and more!
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.
Following the tremendous reboot of Casino Royale, they decided to try something new: a direct sequel. The action packed and stylish QUANTUM OF SOLACE.
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 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.
Dalton arrives as Bond in a fan favourite movie which introduced a grittier Cold War story. A fresh new direction for a franchise that was looking tired: THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS.
Moore's last Bond film is big on spectacle, and has magnificent villains, but in some places looks a little tired. A VIEW TO A KILL.
In 1983, Sean Connery returned in an unofficial Bond film to rival Roger Moore's Octopussy. Let's take a look at NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN.