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Live and Let Die (1973)

Had my brother over last night and we watched Quantum of Solace. Didn’t really feel like reviewing it, perhaps another time. It will suffice to say it is not one of my favorite films in the series. 532 more words

WaPo Book Review: One Lucky Bastard: Tales from Tinseltown

Roger Moore was 45 when he made his first debut as James Bond ­ — older than Sean Connery, who’d played the role in five films before he got fed up and abdicated, then was coaxed back and quit a second time – and approximately 110 by the last the last of his seven appearances as 007 12 years later.  345 more words

The Washington Post

U.N.C.L.E. 'teaser' shown in Australia

A Twitter user in Australia, @aaronkaj, posted that he’s seen a trailer for The Man From U.N.C.L.E. movie.

The original post went out on Oct. 177 more words

James Bond Films

Hammer Fest at the Monster Bash 2014 Part 2

As day 1 came to a close there was still plenty of fun to be had. Actress Elizabeth Shepherd was appearing following a viewing of The Tomb of Ligeia. 890 more words

Daily Take


1983, dir. John Glen

Midway through Octopussy, a captured Bond breaks out of his room and creeps around villain Kamal Khan’s stronghold. He skirts henchmen and eavesdrops on plot-essential conversations that unite the film’s jewel-smuggling and bomb narratives. 1,527 more words

James Bond

Salacious Memoirs

In the book trade, “Super Thursday” in October is when all the big books, many of them celebrity autobiographies, are published for the run-up to Christmas. 36 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Lillian Gish, actress, director & writer (1893-1993)

Clarence Muse, actor, screenwriter, director, composer & lawyer (1889-1979)
Benita Hume, actress (1906-1967)
Sir Roger Moore, actor (1927- )

Classic Hollywood Birthdays