It seemed silly to re-do my review of Skyfall, seeing as I’d already reviewed it right here!! Skyfall is a brilliant movie, and a brilliant Bond film as well. It’s near perfect for me. It’s got the right mixture of quips and a good story, two things that I think the previous two films were missing respectively. […]Read more "Skyfall Review"
“The first thing you should know about us is that we have people everywhere.” Quantum of Solace is mostly considered the weakest Bond film from Daniel Craig’s three films but that’s not to say it’s a bad film. It’s different, in many ways to the previous film, Casino Royale but in many other ways it’s much closer to […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Quantum of Solace"
“Well, I understand double 0s have a very short life expectancy…” Goodbye Pierce Brosnan! After his contract of 4 films was up (and because he was getting on a bit) the search was on for a new Bond. A lot of criticism was leveled at Daniel Craig when he got the role, some seeing him […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Casino Royale"
“You see Mr. Bond, you can’t kill my dreams. But my dreams can kill you.” Ah, Die Another Day. So many people rate this as one the worst Bond films (even though it has a solid RT score) and while I mostly agree with the criticism leveled at it, and the film certainly isn’t in my top […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – Die Another Day"
“Never let them see you bleed.” As Tom said on his review of Tomorrow Never Dies, Pierce Brosnan’s Bond movies go from best to worst. And that seems to be the case here as well. I like The World Is Not Enough, though. Not as much as the previous two, and it’s certainly far from perfect, but […]Read more "James Bond Blu-ray Reviews – The World Is Not Enough"
“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"