"License to Kill" is the first Bond movie since "From Russia With Love" (1963) that feels as if it was made for adults.
50 Years of James Bond
In a perfect world, Pierce Brosnan would have succeeded Roger Moore as 007 in "The Living Daylights," thereby shaving 25 years off the character's age.
By the time of "A View to a Kill," Roger Moore had overstayed his welcome as Bond. Even the actor was eager to move on, but that didn't stop Broccoli from putting him through the wringer one last…
The behind-the-scenes story of “Never Say Never Again” is nearly as good as any Bond movie, and I hope one day someone makes a movie about it. On the surface, it hinges on the question of authorship…
Well, that didn't take long. No sooner had producer Albert R. Broccoli decided to rein in the Bond franchise's more unrealistic elements than the series goes spiraling back off into the world of…
After the excesses of "Moonraker," producer Albert R. Broccoli made a surprising but welcome decision: He brought James Bond back down to earth.
When it comes to Bond, maybe the world I>is/I> enough. In "Moonraker," a madman named Hugo Drax hatches an elaborate plan to launch into space, poison every living thing on earth and then return with…
James Bond had it easy there for awhile. Naturally, there were imitators in which actors such as Dean Martin ("The Silencers"), James Coburn ("Our Man Flint") and Michael Caine ("The Ipcress File")…
As a kid, I was fairly confident that "The Man With the Golden Gun" was the best of the Bond movies. It featured my favorite villain (peerless character actor Christopher Lee as Scaramanga), my…
"Live and Let Die" contains my favorite line of any Bond film. Facing off against Mr. Big, Roger Moore launches into Bond's patented introduction, "My name is..." when the jive-talking villain cuts…
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