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Does SPECTRE have too much humor? Not really

A recurring criticism of SPECTRE is that the 24th James Bond film engages in too much “Roger Moore humor.”

This trope came up repeatedly. (Trust us, this blog surveyed a lot of reviews on both sides of the Atlantic.) Yet, in a lot of ways, SPECTRE’s humor content was closer to “Alfred Hitchock-Ernest Lehman humor,” as realized in the 1959 movie North by Northwest. 435 more words

James Bond Films

Fuck waiting in line to get trampled, it's time to hit the slopes

From The Spy Who Loved Me(1977).  Disco music plays throughout the scene and later he parachutes off a cliff.  And this was one of the less silly moments in a Bond film with Roger Moore hahaha.


The James Bond film rankings -- Part 2

My apologies for the delay, here are what I consider the top 12 James Bond movies of all time.
The films that were ranked 13th through 24th were posted last Thursday, Nov. 978 more words


The Name's Bland, James Bland.

I, like many other avid Bond fans around the world, was in comprehensibly excited for the opening of the next installment of 007 Spectre.

I viewed the film, like many others, on the opening night, and went in, like many others, with high expectations following on from the success of its predecessor Skyfall. 619 more words

Square Eyes

Bastard Hall of Fame: Francisco Scaramanga

Like a bulbous child engorged on sweets and ice cream, every James Bond outing is bursting at the seams with bastards and bad guys. And like clockwork, James would swoop in and foil their plans left and right, shag their women, and beat them to the tune of a Shirley Bassey song. 3,943 more words


James Bond 007 - A fictional British Secret Service agent

The James Bond series focuses on a fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, Ian Fleming, in full Ian Lancaster Fleming    (born May 28, 1908, London, England—died August 12, 1964, Canterbury, Kent), suspense-fiction novelist whose character James Bond, the stylish, high-living British secret service agent 007, became one of the most successful and widely imitated heroes of 20th-century popular fiction.   619 more words

Travel To India

Roger Moore Bond films, where did it go wrong?

Sean Connery in my opinion is, and was, the best actor to play James Bond. I even liked NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN, even as Connery got older and was given a few more gadgets it still seemed plausible. 1,205 more words

Bryant Varnell