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The World is Not Enough and Women

We’ve reached an oddly momentous occasion here on this Bondathon rewatch. Because today’s film, The World Is Not Enough, while being one of the films I have the most conflicting opinions on, is also the first Bond movie I believe I ever saw. 2,536 more words

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New Trailer: Unlocked - Official Trailer #1


Synopsis: Called back into action by her mentor, CIA agent Alice Racine learns that uncovered classified information has been compromised. She must now turn to former soldier Jack Alcott to help her prevent a lethal biological attack on London. 21 more words

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The Beginning of the End (of the Slave Trade)

Slavery is a topic that tends to bring up very passionate arguments today. For the most part, a great disgust for the topic is most prominent. 1,219 more words



It mostly stands up to scrutiny, even with some moments of confusion and weakness

Unlocked is the fast paced action film starring Noomi Rapace as the out of work agent, Alice Racine. 232 more words


Unlocked - Review

In the world of spies and espionage, sometimes it’s hard to know if you’re the hunter or the prey and who’s spying on who. At least, that’s how it always goes in spy movies. 857 more words


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Film review: Unlocked

Tackling subject matter that feels frighteningly topical in the current climate, veteran filmmaker Michael Apted directs terrorism thriller Unlocked. The story centres around undercover CIA interrogator Alice Racine (Noomi Rapace) who is guilt-ridden from failing to prevent an attack in Paris five years earlier. 290 more words

Unlocked: Review

One has to wonder what kind of dirt director Michael Apted has on the likes of Noomi Rapace, Toni Collette, Michael Douglas and John Malkovich. Details of some Cayman Island tax evasion? 417 more words

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