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Bondathon #14: A View To A Kill

Moore’s final outing as 007 finds him looking a lot worse for wear than usual. Older than his co-star’s mothers and tossed into a movie that is missing all of the charm and character of his previous films, Moore seems to be trying his best with the material but never produces the same level of wit we know him for. 662 more words


Book Review: Roger Moore: À Bientôt . . .


In À Bientôt, delivered, along with his own hand-drawn sketches, to his publisher mere days before he passed away, Roger looks back on his life—and gives it his trademark sideways glance. 556 more words


Bondathon #11: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

“I need you James.”

“So does England.”

Thus opens one of the most hilarious and on point action sequences to be committed to the beginning of a Bond film. 572 more words


'Octopussy' (1983); 'Take It Easy, Mr. Bond' Review #13

I watched this movie on December the twelfth, of 2017. Now, a full three months later, here we are. It’s terrible. Hope it was worth the wait. 814 more words


Bondathon #9: For Your Eyes Only (1981)

The first Moore film of this marathon opens with Bond trapped inside of a remote controlled helicopter (that makes jet airplane noises for some reason) being quipped at by Blofeld who sits in a motorized wheelchair and waggles the joysticks around like a hobbyist out for a bit of sport. 1,104 more words


Planes, Trains, Automobiles and the Lot: Trolley Trouble Part 4 - Octopussy

Here are Parts 1, 2, and 3.

Welcome back to another edition of Trolley Trouble. This week, we take a look at the complex train sequence from… 1,095 more words


Jim Schmid's Trail Quote of the Day #875- March 6, 2018

Twelve principles for minimizing conflicts on multiple-use trails:
1. Recognize Conflict as Goal Interference – Do not treat conflict as an inherent incompatibility among different trail activities, but rather as goal interference attributed to another’s behavior. 457 more words

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