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All the James Bond movies in order of my personal preference

This post is a little delayed due to this past week being busier than expected, and I spent my little free time catching up on some video games. Finally finished all of the Witcher 3 DLC, which means I can … Continue reading

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007 – James Bond theme songs

One thing that’s been clearly established by the long-running James Bond movie series is the theme song. Ever since From Russia With Love, every movie’s featured a theme song, sung by vocal artists of varying levels of fame. Some movies … Continue reading

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007 – the Daniel Craig years 2: Quantum of Solace

Quantum Of Solace, Daniel Craig’s second outing as Bond, has three unique features for the franchise. One, according to a 2012 study by the University of Otago in New Zealand, Quantum of Solace is the most violent film in the … Continue reading

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007 – the Daniel Craig years 1: Casino Royale

I talked a lot about Die Another Day’s failures in my previous post, but there’s one major thing I didn’t mention at the time. While that movie chased early 2000’s action movie trends of being stylish, over the top and … Continue reading

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007 – the Pierce Brosnan years 4: Die Another Day

One would hope that when a movie franchise reaches both its 40th anniversary and its 20th film at the same time, they’d want to do their best to create the greatest entry in the franchise’s history. Yet Die Another Day, … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore years 7: A View To A Kill

It’s kind of hard to properly evaluate the Roger Moore years as James Bond as a whole. For comparison, Sean Connery’s time as James Bond peaked in the middle of his run, from movies 2-4. We’ll get to Pierce Brosnan … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore years 5: For Your Eyes Only

Before we begin, this is one of the two remaining Bond movie’s I’ve never seen before. I’I previously watched the first half or so (up to the skiing action scene) years ago on TV, and had virtually no memory of … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore Years 4: Moonraker

The general opinion of Roger Moore’s fourth outing as James Bond is quite mixed. Either you hate it, or you find it very entertaining despite its … oddities. There doesn’t seem to be too many people in-between those vastly different … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore years 2: The Man With The Golden Gun

I don’t remember exactly what order I saw the James Bond movies in after the first few I watched, but today’s blogathon entry is about the first full Roger Moore movie I ever saw. It was probably the third or … Continue reading

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007 – the Roger Moore years 1: Live and Let Die

Before we get into today’s movie itself, let me introduce to you a subgenre of movies that became quite popular in the 1970’s. Blaxploitation, a subgenre of exploitation films, came along with the rethinking of race relations at the time. … Continue reading

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