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Let Me List 15 Ways I'm James Bond

By Thomas William Smith

001 – His name’s James. My name’s Thomas. Both disciples of the baby Jesus.

002 – His name’s Bond. My name’s Smith. 352 more words

Comedy

Spectre (2015) Theatrical Trailer Review

Amidst all the “Star Wars”, and comic book news I keep forgetting that the 24th James Bond movie will be coming out this November.  That certainly doesn’t damper my excitement for the project all it does is make for another big blockbuster film to get excited for, especially following Sam Mendes last Bond film, “Skyfall”.   369 more words

TV Reviews

Every Bond Girl Listed and Ranked

One of the most iconic and enduring legacies of the Bond franchise would have to be the Bond Girls. Gorgeous women who get tangled up in 007’s missions for various reasons and usually (but not always) sleep with him. 10,531 more words

Movies

Bond Girl: Moonraker

This week’s Bond Girl recap was about the strangely unsatisfying Moonraker.

This movie is just very derivative for me and it’s not a good feeling because James Bond movies are two hours long.

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Bond Girls: Moonraker

Corinne Cléry as Corinne Dufour: Drax’s personal pilot.

Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny: M’s secretary.

Moonraker

Uninspired Bond fare has 007 unraveling intergalactic hijinks. Bond is aided by a female CIA agent, assaulted by a giant with jaws of steel, and captured by Amazons when he sets out to protect the human race. 22 more words

Celebrity

The Greatest Bond Girl of All Time?

Bond Girls are sexy, that’s a given. They are also smart, wicked smart and respected. Often they are experts in espionage, negotiation and seduction. The only known weakness of a Bond Girl is the ability to say no to James Bond. 207 more words

Humor

Re-Bonding – From Russia With Love – Jose’s Take

What is it about the 2nd go-around for actors portraying 007? With the exception of the apocryphal Quantum of Solace, theses 2nd time Bond films include The Man With The Golden Gun, License to Kill, and Tomorrow Never Dies – all better than their predecessors and some of the best films of the series. 585 more words