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James Bond in Review: Moonraker

In 1977, the Bond film “The Spy Who Loved Me” restored faith in the franchise after a period of uncertainty, with the departure of co-producer Harry Saltzman and the somewhat dissiapointing critical and box office reaction to “The Man With The Golden Gun”. 1,166 more words

7 Writing Rules: #2 Kill Your Darlings

The idea that we have to kill our darlings — or edit things into chum — is mostly sound. Cut the fluff. Stephen King said “Take out the bad parts.” It’s removing the things that don’t serve any real purpose in the furthering of the novel, and this last part is important. 383 more words

Writing

"Attack of the Killer Tomatoes"

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” was guaranteed to be a perennial entry on numerous “worst movies ever made” lists even if a single frame of it had never been shot. 880 more words

Movies

Misunderstood [A Poem]


A poem about sharks:

With giant teeth and a sinister grin
They watch you sceptically
In deep blue waters; your body immersed
You glide so perfectly… 31 more words

Thoughts

Jaws (1975)

There’s no denying the importance of Steven Spielberg’s Jaws. The 1975 motion picture has been credited with establishing the modern blockbuster template, with the focus on a succinct premise to draw big box office numbers. 609 more words

Entertainment