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Movie Review: The Foriegner

Director: Martin Campbell
Producers: Jackie Chan, Wayne Marc Godfrey, D. Scott Lumpkin, Jamie Marshall, Arthur M. Sarkissian
Writer: David Marconi
Based on The Chinaman by Stephen Leather… 441 more words

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Magnets Featured in James Bond Movies Part 2

James Bond and his Enemies Both Use Magnetic Forces

In the second of our two James Bond blogs, we continue the review of how 007 and his enemies utilise magnets and magnetic forces.  453 more words


THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1999) Bringing Sexy Back

One of those truisms of life is that sequels and remakes rarely equal let alone surpass their original. Not impossible, but rare. When I first watched Norman Jewison’s THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR (1968) I enjoyed the details of the heist, but overall felt underwhelmed. 724 more words


Great Films That Never Were: Dante's Reek

Dante’s Peak was a fun disaster movie from 1997 (the year before 1998 and the one after 1996), which was about James Bond and a giant volcano that went boom. 564 more words


Die Another Day (2002)

Die Another Day has left me profoundly disheartened. For one, this is the final performance by Pierce Brosnan whose time as Bond was marred by poor supporting performances and worse scripts. 570 more words


The World is Not Enough (1999)

Back to Bond after a long layoff, too bad I had to return at this point in the franchise.

The World is Not Enough has a promising (albeit overlong) pre-credit sequence, highlighted by an excellent boat chase. 183 more words