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Last Action Heroine

Isabelle’s always loved her films and going to the cinema so I decided to do a ‘Last Action Hero’ and put her in the movie, sort of, with these short videos. 189 more words

Isabelle

The Spy Who Loved Me

Oddly enough for a child born in the 90s The Spy Who Loved Me was one of the first ‘grown-up’ movies I saw and owned on VHS. 1,099 more words

Film Reviews

Movie review: 'The Man With the Golden Gun'

I’ve only done one review of a “James Bond” film (“Diamonds are Forever” with Sean Connery – click here for my review) and today here is my second: “ 1,551 more words

Movie Reviews

Live and Let Die

Here’s some simple wisdom regarding life after death…

…from my favorite James Bond—Sir Roger Moore:

“…death is going into the next room…

“It’s a room the rest of us can’t go into, because we don’t have the key. 248 more words

Spirituality

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

This particular Bond adventure, and the entire Roger Moore era, seems to have an underwhelming reputation. From the day of its release until now, the general consensus among critics has been negative with Moore failing to impress with his acting range and the campy humour souring the slick action sequences. 973 more words

James Bond's hidden 12-incher

Hell of a find, this.

Duran Duran’s A View to A Kill – probably the only decent Bond theme of the 1980s – never got a 12″ remix when it came out in 1985. 67 more words

Daft

007: Undercover Film Critic

This week I’m looking at one critic: Roger Moore (yes, his real name), who is a syndicated critic and has written for a gazillion reputable newspapers and websites, and been on TV. 734 more words

Maziar Bahari