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So, what is the best Bond film? The results are in!

Following a momentous date to watch SPECTRE at the end of 2015, the Newsome sisters embarked on one of the greatest challenges in the history of cinema. 849 more words

A few quick words on"Now You See Me" (2013)

I ought to pan “Now You See Me” (2013), but I just had too much fun with it.  It’s a smile-inducing heist film that barely qualifies as a thriller, given its upbeat tone.   163 more words

Why Can't We All Just Roger More?

There is something so comfortable about India, a country where the rules can still be bent, even if the people can’t!

What a beautiful spot we’ve happened upon. 877 more words

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Poem from the Cree

Poem from the Cree


The Cree have retreated from the streets.
Their violinist has taken time out, leaving
his last notes dancing from a street lamp. 172 more words

Identity

Polly reblogged this on rocksandbones and commented:

Rocks and Bones are what is all comes down to. I love this poem by exiled Welshman, Roger Moore...bred from the Welsh limestone but in this stark and haunting bone-scattered poem you can hear the fading voices of Cree ghosts...

Craig's 007 tenure now second-longest, fan website says

Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond is now second-longest, according to a fan website, Dalton Was Best.

The site’s websmaster, Adrian Stirrup, made the calculations for a Jan. 173 more words

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Who is the longest-serving James Bond? Every 007 actor and the movies they've starred in

Daniel Craig might have recently become the second longest-serving James Bond in franchise history, but which 007 comes out top?

The current longest-running Bond is Sir Roger Moore, who starred in seven films, Moonraker, A View To A Kill, Live And Let Die, The Man With The Golden Gun, Octopussy, For Your Eyes Only and The Spy Who Loved Me – racking up a total of 5,118 days in the role. 357 more words

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Gogglebox: The Persuaders!

My mum loved Roger Moore, so my surrogate father as a young child was Simon Templar, albeit via a sturdy black and white television with a temperamental horizontal hold. 860 more words

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