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Film

Everything or Nothing - The Untold Story of 007 Review: Captivating, Brisk Bond Doc

By Shaun Munro
Film

Book Review – Catching Bullets: Memoirs Of A Bond Fan by Mark O’Connell

With so many books covering the subject of James Bond, Mark O’Connell’s Catching Bullets offers a unique and humorous take on the series.…
By Chris Wright
Film

James Bond Retrospective: A View To A Kill (1985)

Roger Moore’s seventh appearance as James Bond was also his last as the 57 year old actor decided to hang up his tuxedo following A View To A Kill in 1985. …
By Chris Wright
Film

James Bond Retrospective: Octopussy (1983)

In 1983, the 13th James Bond film, Octopussy proved rather unlucky for producer Albert R. Broccoli as rival Bond film Never Say Never Again went into production during the same year setting up a battle of the Bonds at the box-office.…
By Chris Wright
Film

James Bond Retrospective: For Your Eyes Only (1981)

After the excesses of Moonraker, James Bond returned to earth with a back to basics approach for his twelfth film For Your Eyes Only. …
By Chris Wright
Gaming

007 Legends: 5 Best & 5 Worst Potential Missions

With 007 Legends recently announced as a collection of Bond's best bits, here's our pick of 5 good - and 5 not so good - potential missions. …
By Stephen Leigh
Film

James Bond Retrospective: Moonraker (1979)

With Star Wars ruling the box office in the late seventies, producer Albert R. Broccoli seized the opportunity to send James Bond into space for his eleventh film. …
By Chris Wright
Film

James Bond Retrospective: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

Considered by many to be Roger Moore's finest Bond film in 1977 The Spy Who Loved Me promised audiences the biggest and best Bond yet. …
By Chris Wright
Film

James Bond Retrospective: Live And Let Die (1973)

Our Bond retrospective series continues with Sean Connery hanging up his tuxedo for good after Diamonds Are Forever leaving the producers looking to British television to find a worthy replacement.…
By Chris Wright
Film

Top 10 Guilty Pleasure Film Franchises

This past weekend the third installment in the Harold and Kumar franchise begins to enter U.S. theaters. To provide perspective for this momentous occasion we have ranked the greatest guilty pleasure franchises of all time.…
By Phillip Aram