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RIP Sir Roger Moore.

I woke up to some sad news today, in that the British icon and screen legend passed away today at age 89 so I just wanted to pay respects to sir Moore and his family, of course best known for playing James Bond of course, he was a true gentleman and will be sorely missed. RIP Roger Moore.

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Moment#9: The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)

The technical name for a film like The Glass Bottom Boat is a “confection”. It is a vehicle for Doris Day to play Jennifer Nelson, a kooky and accident-prone youngish widow who gets a job in the PR department of a space lab that has developed a gravity simulator called GISMO. 503 more words

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Die Another Daydream

As you’ll come to discover, should you frequent this page with any form of regularity, I am an unapologetic fan of the James Bond franchise. Connery to Craig and even the comic that came before them, there is just something about the adventures of 007 that calls to me. 1,011 more words

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Lust, Caution (2007)

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In 1938, a radical Chinese theater troupe decide to put on their most daring performance; the seduction, and assassination, of a high-ranking Japanese collaborator. 968 more words

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Espionage in Tangiers

I got the film from Netflix with another feature on the disc: Assassination in Rome (1965). I put it on my queue because the latter film starred Hugh O’Brian, whom I had been watching in… 724 more words

Allied review

Robert Zemeckis directs Allied, a WWII spy drama based around a Canadian intelligence officer who comes across a French woman living in Nazi occupied North Africa and the two become intertwined, planning to undermine certain operations, the film stars Brad Pitt, Marion Cotillard, Jared Harris, Vincent Latorre. 478 more words

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Jason Bourne vs. James Bond

Talk about déjà vu. In the first article I ever published as the Deja Reviewer, I noted that it wasn’t fan fiction about RoboCop fighting Iron Man, but a comparison of their respective first films. 2,119 more words

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