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Ian's Bond Education: Part 2

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is a Bond film with a lot of strengths, undercut slightly by some really slow and monotonous down periods. 430 more words

Movie Reviews

What's Love Got To Do With It?

Howdy doody my cosmic co-pilots,

A lot of people ask me what it is all about? What are we here for? Why are we here? 198 more words


Yes, I Did See That In The Theater Continued.......

I kind of enjoyed the first posting and looking back at what I recalled about seeing some of these titles on the big screen.

How about Kirk Douglas re-living Pearl Harbor. 229 more words

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Review - Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

I first read Casino Royale as an eleven-year-old. By then I’d feasted on all of the films and had read – or attempted to, at least – a bunch of the Fleming novels. 593 more words


ffolkes, the will...

North Sea Hijack (released as Ffolkes outside the UK and as Assault Force on US TV) is a British action film from 1979 starring Roger Moore, James Mason, Anthony Perkins, and Michael Parks.

A View to a Kill (John Glen, 1985)

I need to declare an interest. This was the first Bond film I owned on VHS. It was an ex-rental copy with a photocopied sleeve bought from the local video shop in Ormskirk (I think the trailers were for Pale Rider and Spies Like Us). 889 more words

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Octopussy (John Glen, 1983)

There’s certainly not much wrong with Octopussy. But then again, there’s not a huge amount about it that especially excites me either. Perhaps because there’s no ‘ticking clock’ for the first half of the film – Bond is investigating some smugglers because of nebulous rumours they might be raising money for the Soviets – there’s no real motor driving the story. 1,074 more words

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