“There’s no news, like bad news.” Pierce Brosnan’s Bond film go in order of how good they are, getting worse the longer they go on. Goldeneye is his best, Die Another Day is his worst, and that means Tomorrow Never Dies is his second best. Well that’s what most people think, in my opinion TND is at least as good as Goldeneye. First […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Tomorrow Never Dies"
“Closing time, James. Last call.” After Licence to Kill was released there were some legal problems. Legal problems which caused a 6-year hiatus and the loss of Timothy Dalton as Bond. But all was not lost, because eventually Bond did return. This time in the form of Remington Steele himself; Pierce Brosnan. GoldenEye is my favourite Bond […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – GoldenEye"
“Then you have my resignation, sir!” Licence to Kill was Timothy Dalton’s second and last time as Bond and it carried on the harder edged bond that had started with The Living Daylights. Luckily for Dalton, his last film is not only good, but it’s one of the best Bond films of all time. The film starts with […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Licence to Kill"
“Whoever she was, I must have scared the living daylights out of her.” So that’s it for Roger Moore. He had a good run, but after how old he looked in A View to a Kill, I’m just glad he didn’t come back for another one. The Living Daylights is a great film, with a […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – The Living Daylights"
“Intuitive improvisation is the secret of genius.” A View to a Kill was Roger Moore’s last film playing the role of Bond, and it’s a memorable one to go out on. Not necessarily completely good, but memorable. The starts off with a good opening sequence with Bond in Siberia investigating an Agents death, and then being […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – A View to a Kill"
“Mr. Bond is indeed of a very rare breed… soon to be made extinct.” Octopussy is an odd one. It’s partly serious, with the USSR side of things, and at the same time it’s absurd with 007 dressing up as a clown. But I can’t help but love it. I was actually surprised to find […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Octopussy"
“Before setting off on revenge, you first dig two graves.” After the ludicrous space escapades of the underrated Moonraker most people thought it was time for a change in the Bond films. And what a change For Your Eyes Only is. It starts off in a way similar to other Moore era Bond films with a slightly silly moment; […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – For Your Eyes Only"