James Bond 007 - Casino Royale - ZDF - TV-Programm

Rebooting James Bond, again.

Rebooting James Bond, again.

007, reporting for duty.
As the world waits for No Time to Die to arrive, people are already talking about where the franchise might go next. Are we getting a sequel? A reboot? Spin offs?
Let's say they reboot it. After the gritty, more modern and (relatively) realistic take on the Bond mythos, let's imagine a return to form. A return to the more classic feeling, larger than life Bond stories, while still keeping a more modern aesthetic.
James Bond in...
Directed by-
Christopher McQuarrie
Written by-
John Logan
Music by-
Benjamin Wallfisch
Richard Madden as James Bond
Antje Traue as Sofia Wolff (Bond girl)
Viggo Mortensen as Lukas Richter (villain)
Jason Isaacs as Anatoly Ivanov (Russian contact)
Richard E Grant as M
Toby Jones as Q
Emilia Clarke as Moneypenny
Title theme-
Enjoy the Silence by KI Theory
The film is set in 2002, in the post 9/11 world amidst the chaos of the war on terror. An up-and-coming James Bond is assigned to investigate German private military contractor Lukas Richter, whose company Skybound is suspected of espionage against NATO.
Richter is attempting to seize control of a system of military satellites mounted with advanced laser weapons. With the satellites he intends to force the governments of the world to a standstill under his command. Secretly, he is being aided by the organization calling itself SPECTRE.
Bond is aided by GSG 9 officer (and love interest) Sofia Wolff, and the film takes him to Paris, the Swiss Alps, St Petersburg and eastern Berlin at the climax.
The themes of the movie are security vs liberty, whether a safer and “silent” world is worth giving up one’s freedom, one’s voice.
Bond a mix between the gritty, cold hearted assassin of the books and the snarky, debonair charmer of the movies. He’s riddled with pain over his orphaned childhood (and the events of Casino Royale are implied to have happened), constantly drinking and womanizing and gambling to distract himself from the pain of it all. He puts on a brave and cheerful facade with his colleagues, while in the field he is utterly ruthless.
Somebody like Richard Madden would have little trouble as Bond given his past work in Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams and Bodyguard.
The villain, Lukas Richter, is a decorated former soldier who broke bad and went private after a mission gone wrong in Afghanistan in 1997, where he put civilians in danger and received a scar after a brief tussle with Bond. Seeing the world as irreparably broken he decides those with the power should make the rules however they see fit, and becomes an ally of SPECTRE. He's a warning of what James could one day become; an patriotic soldier who led a violent life until it finally broke down any morals he had and replaced them with bitter cynicism.
Viggo Mortensen is a fine actor and would add an extra layer of depth to an otherwise straightforward bad guy.
Sofia Wolff is a tough as nails badass who in many ways is a match for Bond. Hard drinking, sleeps around a lot and has a sarcastic remark for almost any occasion. She also has contrasting tastes. He likes cars, she likes motorcycles. He drinks vodka martinis, she downs whiskey. She carries a Walther P99 while he favors the classic PPK. And for the sake of playing with cliches, it’s Wolff that first makes a move on Bond.
Antje Traue is really cool, easily one of the highlights of Man of Steel (a movie I still enjoy) and perfect for a modern Bond movie.
Grant, Jones and Clarke are all talented and likable actors who’d more than fit their supporting roles. Moneypenny in particular is a close confidant to Bond, at the moment his only friend in MI6.
Hope you guys like it. If you have any ideas for actors, gadgets or stories, post it in the comments below.
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I freaking love Spectre (James Bond)

God where do I begin. Seeing as this is a casual conversation I will go to the begging. For context I’m 15 so I wasn’t there for the classics on release.
As far as I can remember I have always loved James Bond, although I was no different to many other kids. The cars, explosions, bad guys and music where always so cool to me, not to mention 007 himself. Goldfinger was always my favourite mainly because of the laser scene where goldfinger strapped James to a chair as a laser started to slowly rise to his crotch. It was a thrill to see how he would make it out of that one and it’s always stuck with me.
Now I’m certainly no super fan but i would say I know the series more than most people but it doesn’t mean I’m perfect and I’m sure to get things wrong. None the less when I first watched Skyfall it was so crazy to me. The comedy, plot twists, action and atmosphere, the movie had it all. It also made me really appreciate Daniel Craig who I think is easily one of the best bonds out there. I must have watched it when I was about 8 in 2013 and I fell in love with the film and our family got it on dvd to watch whenever.
This got me to watch casino royale and quantum of solace which are both great movies in my opinion. Everyone is entitled to one and it turns out mine is different to most people. Anyway when my family heard spectre was coming out it was just a waiting game to book tickets to the cinema to watch it. I was 10 and being 10 I didn’t understand a lot of the film but still loved it so much. Now we are done with the backstory we can get to what made me write this out.
About 2 hours ago ITV was playing spectre and as it was late and I was the only one downstairs I rewinded it to the begging. As soon as I seen the first scene it all came back to me, yet it had been about 3~ years since I had rewatched it so I forgot the small things. But now it seemed so much better. I would bore you guys to death if you wanted me to talk about what I loved about it the most so Ill condense it into a couple of things. My top 5 favourite scenes in order. What the movie did strongly. What I liked about the story.
I think the most obvious thing to talk about is the score. The music that was written for this film is beautiful and it fits it so goddamn well. Writing on the wall was a perfect choice to start but just every scene felt like the score was carrying a lot of the mood. Another thing I want to touch on is the acting and it is incredible. I think Daniel Craig plays Bond perfectly and all the other cast really sold their roles especially Christoph Waltz, oh boy does he play the perfect villain. His performance is incredible and I hope he won some awards for that. The shots are really incredible as well. The whole film is shot in such a way that just works super super well. The locations are perfect, the way light and darkness / colour theory is played into it also really stands out. The practical effects are amazing and the cgi is very good as well. Now I’ll move over the top 5 scenes.
I’m gonna do this in chronological order so it makes sense but they all work so well.
  1. The Mr Hinx intro scene. After James killed one of spectres elite assassins they need someone to fill in. One of the members steps up claiming to fill the role perfectly. Just as everyone thinks it is over a big tall guy walks in from behind, picks up the member and gouges his eyes out with his thumbs, pushing his body to the side and sitting in his chair. This scene is done perfectly. It gives a sense of power dynamic and fear, as all it takes is a man with no remorse to suck the life out of someone as dangerous as himself. Putting himself in the chair makes it so he has replaced the old member in the blink of an eye. It is a powerful scene and can be pretty gruesome
  2. Mr white death scene. Bond is going to Mr White, an old enemy of his, to extort information of him. When bond finds him he finds out that mr white was poisoned with thallium and is slowly dying. He let down spectre so they betrayed me white. He knows bond hasn’t come here to kill him, it was for information. The mood is cold and quiet. It is set in an old wood cabin in Austria. James gives Mr white his gun to prove he isn’t here to kill him so mr white tells him his daughter knows how to get to Franz so in turn tells bond how to get to his daughter. He then says ,”you are like a small kite, slowly heading towards a hurricane” before shooting himself in the head with bonds gun. I think it’s pretty self explanatory why this scene is good. It completely changes the time from an action comedy into a serious thriller. It is very intense and is quite shocking. Bond enables his death and has to live with that the rest of his life. And it was only the two of them in the house, leaving bond alone.
  3. Mr Hinx train fight. Bond and Madeleine (Mr whites daughter) are heading to meet Franz to kill him, they are getting there by train. They are drinking cocktails when Mr Hinx shows up and smashes bond threw the table. Then they have an intense fight where all they have is the things around them. What makes this scene good is the lack of music. All you can hear are the actual noises in the train. It makes every punch more real and personal, showing what it is like in bonds perspective. The music kicks in when it all seems lost for bond and an intense score is added before they best mr Hinx. I think choosing not to have music was an extremely smart move and made that fight scene great.
  4. Franz Oberhauser drill scene. I can’t really add in a description of what happens in this one so I’ll leave a link, Trust me and give it a watch. Franz Oberhauser Scene. What makes this my second favourite bit in the film is how unnerving and how uncomfortable I was . I hate this scene for all the reasons they want you too. The white room enables no emotion, the restraints make you feel trapped. The sound of a whirring drill and bond trying to resist crying out in pain. It was hard to watch. As I have said I really think Christoph waltz really sold this scene as a cynical sadist who enjoyed watching others suffer. I was holding my neck the entire time even though I knew bond would be safe. I loved this scene and it really changes the film from an 8 to a 9.
  5. Franz Oberhauser glass wall. Bond has been kidnapped and led to the MI6 building that had previously been blown up in skyfall. Walking down the directed path from red arrows he finds himself opposite of Franz, all that separates them is a thick bulletproof glass wall. It is here we find out that Franz is James’ step brother and he killed their father out of spite. The shot moves in the middle of the glass, Franz and James perfectly opposite. But there is a crucial detail. You can see Franz’ reflection in the glass onto James but not vica versa. It symbolises how Franz and James are truly no different and how all Franz is doing is talking to his own reflection. I think it is a beautiful scene. It has an incredible metaphor and adds so much weight to the situation. It makes you wonder if 007 is really the good guy
If you couldn’t tell I VERY much enjoyed rewatching it. I now understand that it is a lot more than James saving the day. I’m not gonna blab on so all I’m going to say is... spectre is incredibly shot, directed, acted, scored and all around great. Highly recommend to anyone and I would love to read some of your responses. And remember you have a voice too, don’t be afraid to call me out or point out why I’m wrong. This is a casual convo about a movie I like a lot.
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[Tribute] Lana del Rey - Burning Desire | 007 James Bond and Vesper

My first edit, about James bond a.k.a. 007 and Vesper, from Casino Royale (2006) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4pJj2ndrqE
[Tribute] Lana del Rey - Burning Desire | 007 James Bond and Vesper
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About salt to treat poison

(Do not open spoiler if you haven't seen 007: Casino Royale or intend to watch it
So, there is a moment in the film where Bond is poisoned. He gets a salt shaker and empties it in a glass of water, then drinks it. Was that only for vomiting or does salt do anything else? (I'm talking in a supposed case of ingested poison)
This scene
Also, the film is awesome!
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NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 4 965,482 349040
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning 963,308 102500
Firewatch 959,053 383870
Hammerwatch 957,659 239070
Total War: WARHAMMER II 955,731 594570
Football Manager 2018 955,508 624090
Move or Die 952,680 323850
Rising Storm 2: Vietnam 952,431 418460
Poker Night at the Inventory 952,378 31280
Middle-earth: Shadow of War 952,284 356190
Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy 948,332 240720
Magic 2014 â€" Duels of the Planeswalkers 945,492 213850
Dust: An Elysian Tail 943,681 236090
Mount Your Friends 942,809 296470
Zombie Army Trilogy 939,676 301640
8BitMMO 934,749 250420
Sniper: Ghost Warrior 934,745 34830
Zula Europe 931,624 513650
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition 930,591 307690
The Talos Principle 927,932 257510
Farming Simulator 15 916,206 313160
Portal Knights 914,016 374040
Spelunky 906,689 239350
Unreal Tournament 3 Black 902,895 13210
Reus 897,320 222730
Call of Duty: WWII 891,381 476600
Duke Nukem Forever 886,514 57900
Strife 884,685 339280
Relic Hunters Zero 884,002 382490
Nation Red 877,968 39800
Hacknet 877,129 365450
Dragons and Titans 870,310 263500
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 869,560 292730
Lost Castle 864,412 434650
BRAIN / OUT 860,262 578310
Rise of Nations: Extended Edition 859,562 287450
Magicka 2 857,543 238370
WildStar 857,109 376570
HuniePop 855,769 339800
Mafia III 855,604 360430
Red Orchestra: Ostfront 41-45 849,053 1200
Town of Salem 847,565 334230
The Culling 843,301 437220
SUPERHOT 842,122 322500
Blood and Bacon 842,105 434570
Cortex Command 841,552 209670
Worms Clan Wars 840,770 233840
Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes 836,026 341800
Dead Cells 834,231 588650
Stronghold Crusader 2 828,019 232890
Kingdom Come: Deliverance 827,988 379430
Time Clickers 826,505 385770
Assetto Corsa 826,288 244210
theHunter: Call of the Wild 815,169 518790
Raft 810,826 648800
We Were Here 810,432 582500
Poly Bridge 806,360 367450
BeamNG.drive 804,022 284160
Farming Simulator 17 796,543 447020
Deadlight 795,749 211400
Zero Gear 795,021 18820
Nidhogg 787,983 94400
Northgard 787,294 466560
MechWarrior Online Solaris 7 787,170 342200
Red Faction: Armageddon 785,298 55110
School of Dragons 781,378 332070
CS2D 780,433 666220
BrainBread 2 774,021 346330
Ultimate Chicken Horse 770,483 386940
E.Y.E: Divine Cybermancy 768,052 91700
Valkyria Chronicles 767,675 294860
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition 764,826 387290
Age of Wonders III 764,290 226840
VVVVVV 763,558 70300
Legend of Grimrock 762,137 207170
They Are Billions 755,147 644930
Defy Gravity Extended 754,043 96100
Space Pirates and Zombies 753,148 107200
LEGO Worlds 752,946 332310
Universe Sandbox 752,402 72200
Endless Space 2 750,761 392110
The Banner Saga 747,734 237990
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition 745,407 228280
Deponia 743,347 214340
Lords Of The Fallen 742,534 265300
SUNLESS SEA 740,790 304650
The Evil Within 740,543 268050
Primal Carnage 731,052 215470
EVGA Precision XOC 730,012 268850
Homeworld Remastered Collection 728,091 244160
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing 726,646 215530
Bendy and the Ink Machine 721,168 622650
Dwarfs - F2P 720,104 213650
Sniper Elite 4 715,583 312660
Youtubers Life 714,623 428690
Lethal League 714,007 261180
Risen 2: Dark Waters 713,807 40390
DEFCON 708,655 1520
Monday Night Combat 708,500 63200
Atlas Reactor 707,718 402570
FINAL FANTASY XIII 707,712 292120
resident evil 4 / biohazard 4 704,953 254700
Prey 704,179 480490
Two Worlds II HD 703,263 7520
Gunpoint 702,654 206190
Viscera Cleanup Detail 701,439 246900
Fallout: New Vegas 690,496 22490
Democracy 3 688,243 245470
Card Hunter 688,214 293260
SpaceChem 682,706 92800
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III 680,572 285190
Frostpunk 679,334 323190
LawBreakers 674,335 350280
One Finger Death Punch 673,342 264200
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 Full Burst HD 671,888 234670
Poker Night 2 671,540 234710
Boring Man - Online Tactical Stickman Combat 670,347 346120
INSIDE 669,904 304430
The Red Solstice 668,962 265590
RESIDENT EVIL 7 biohazard / BIOHAZARD 7 resident evil 668,829 418370
Steel Ocean 661,286 390670
Stories: The Path of Destinies 660,285 439190
Resident Evil Revelations 2 / Biohazard Revelations 2 658,030 287290
Minion Masters 656,913 489520
METAL SLUG 3 651,482 250180
Sonic Generations Collection 647,871 71340
BIT.TRIP RUNNER 647,721 63710
Outland 646,962 305050
Nuclear Dawn 640,448 17710
Dungeon Siege III 638,566 39160
Rock of Ages 636,120 22230
The Descendant 633,209 351940
Friday the 13th: The Game 629,644 438740
Dead Rising 2 627,795 45740
Wasteland 2: Director's Cut 626,811 240760
Painkiller Hell & Damnation 625,428 214870
Transmissions: Element 120 625,220 365300
Hand of Fate 624,982 266510
Wargame: European Escalation 621,393 58610
Pixel Piracy 618,061 264140
Race The Sun 615,654 253030
Only If 614,140 298260
Blade Symphony 610,347 225600
Machinarium 609,675 40700
Doom 3: BFG Edition 604,250 208200
FORCED: Slightly Better Edition 603,718 249990
Woodle Tree Adventures 603,408 299460
Beat Hazard 601,573 49600
Talisman: Digital Edition 601,352 247000
Homefront: The Revolution 600,976 223100
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood 600,610 350080
Overcooked 600,140 448510
Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series 598,965 330840
Lucius 596,725 218640
Darksiders Warmastered Edition 596,551 462780
Black Mesa 595,780 362890
Eador. Masters of the Broken World 595,663 232050
Hyper Light Drifter 595,090 257850
Modern Combat Versus 594,344 723780
Satellite Reign 592,993 268870
Tales from the Borderlands 592,856 330830
Heroes of Might & Magic III - HD Edition 591,573 297000
Farming Simulator 2013 Titanium Edition 590,518 220260
Cave Story+ 590,104 200900
FaceRig 589,693 274920
Viridi 587,504 375950
Remember Me 587,213 228300
Guns and Robots 587,059 293540
Starpoint Gemini 2 586,707 236150
Dungeons 2 584,679 262280
Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove 583,872 250760
GRID Autosport 583,602 255220
Fable Anniversary 582,271 288470
LEGO The Lord of the Rings 582,228 214510
Thomas Was Alone 581,719 220780
FINAL FANTASY VIII 581,505 39150
Octodad: Dadliest Catch 581,181 224480
I am Bread 579,156 327890
60 Seconds! 578,493 368360
NEKOPARA Vol. 1 578,066 333600
ABZU 577,340 384190
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 577,105 227100
TOXIKK 575,390 324810
Planetary Annihilation: TITANS 569,681 386070
FINAL FANTASY X/X-2 HD Remaster 568,989 359870
Fortified 568,944 334210
Anomaly: Warzone Earth 567,765 91200
Armello 565,864 290340
NEKOPARA Vol. 0 565,127 385800
Kingdoms and Castles 563,737 569480
Tyranny 562,631 362960
The Flame in the Flood 561,716 318600
Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition 560,050 388410
Defense Grid: The Awakening 558,114 18500
Pinball Arcade 555,716 238260
Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa's Rampage 555,426 265210
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs 554,955 239200
Dungeons of Dredmor 554,550 98800
BlackShot: Mercenary Warfare FPS 553,384 433350
Soldier Front 2 552,866 239660
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light 550,882 35130
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus 549,457 612880
Door Kickers 549,148 248610
Mini Metro 547,876 287980
Killer is Dead - Nightmare Edition 546,981 261110
Blackwake 546,456 420290
TEKKEN 7 541,238 389730
Punch Club 541,121 394310
Duelyst 538,747 291410
Gone Home 538,219 232430
Guacamelee! Gold Edition 538,061 214770
NBA 2K18 537,845 577800
Golf It! 537,751 571740
Saints Row: Gat out of Hell 536,513 301910
Crush Crush 535,661 459820
DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 535,273 454650
Turbo Pug DX 534,698 513780
Life is Feudal: Your Own 534,443 290080
Jet Set Radio 533,153 205950
Dungeon Fighter Online 531,876 495910
Shadowrun: Dragonfall - Director's Cut 530,607 300550
You Have to Win the Game 530,340 286100
Ace Combat Assault Horizon - Enhanced Edition 527,228 228400
Out There Somewhere 521,927 263980
Alan Wake's American Nightmare 521,355 202750
Grim Fandango Remastered 516,584 316790
3DMark 515,275 223850
Murdered: Soul Suspect 514,458 233290
Craft The World 509,631 248390
Kingdom: New Lands 509,466 496300
Bold New World 505,953 581620
Resident Evil Revelations / Biohazard Revelations 503,330 222480
Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade 502,562 375230
NBA 2K17 501,303 385760
Offworld Trading Company 499,550 271240
Blockstorm 499,027 263060
100% Orange Juice 498,987 282800
Soda Dungeon 497,334 564710
Learn to Fly 3 496,965 589870
Reigns 496,869 474750
The Witness 494,237 210970
Nuclear Throne 492,848 242680
Battleborn 492,052 394230
Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 491,057 645630
SOMA 490,677 282140
TerraTech 489,971 285920
The Escapists 2 489,056 641990
Of Guards And Thieves 488,098 302590
Worms Ultimate Mayhem 486,841 70600
Realm Grinder 486,185 610080
Styx: Master of Shadows 485,922 242640
Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 485,909 247910
The Swapper 484,015 231160
Forts 483,174 410900
X3: Terran Conflict 482,728 2820
Jurassic World Evolution 481,240 648350
Governor of Poker 3 479,096 436150
Bad Rats: the Rats' Revenge 476,787 34900
Galactic Civilizations III 476,035 226860
NBA 2K16 469,791 370240
Puzzle Pirates 469,196 99910
RUNNING WITH RIFLES 468,632 270150
Life is Strange: Before the Storm 467,572 554620
Pixel Puzzles Ultimate 461,488 351030
Mirror 456,954 644560
Aliens: Colonial Marines Collection 456,851 49540
GUNS UP! 455,442 446150
Victor Vran ARPG 453,908 345180
Teleglitch: Die More Edition 453,247 234390
Turmoil 452,658 361280
Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2013 452,484 97330
CastleMiner Z 451,422 253430
Cities in Motion 2 451,407 225420
Prismata 451,302 490220
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days 448,371 28000
UnEpic 446,738 233980
ibb & obb 446,523 95400
Batla 445,267 338180
DRAGON BALL FighterZ 444,795 678950
Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP 439,828 204060
ICEY 437,615 553640
Call to Arms 436,655 302670
Ball 3D: Soccer Online 434,225 485610
A Story About My Uncle 433,874 278360
Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant 433,639 347560
Written in the Sky 433,025 416130
Evoland 431,669 233470
Piercing Blow 428,413 382850
DLC Quest 425,947 230050
Bayonetta 424,901 460790
Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice 422,733 414340
Murder Miners 421,780 274900
Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle 420,843 795100
Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition 420,031 257350
Broken Age 419,666 232790
My Summer Car 416,575 516750
Construction Simulator 2015 416,518 289950
Sonic Adventure 2 416,375 213610
Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit 415,904 205230
Resident Evil / biohazard HD REMASTER 415,885 304240
Heaven Island - VR MMO 413,860 400250
Osmos 413,551 29180
Jamestown 413,206 94200
Loading Screen Simulator 412,731 652980
Freebie 411,391 487220
Dystopia 410,346 17580
Tales of Zestiria 410,109 351970
Men of War: Assault Squad 409,681 64000
Turn Around 407,501 595340
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun 405,980 418240
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth1 / è¶...次次å...ƒã‚²ã‚¤ãƒ ネプテューヌRe;Birth1 / è¶...次次å...ƒéŠæˆ²æˆ°æ©Ÿå°'女重ç"Ÿ1 405,416 282900
Sol Survivor 405,082 45000
Nexuiz 404,730 96800
Skyforge 404,721 414530
State of Decay: YOSE 403,911 329430
Time of Dragons 402,752 353130
Turbo Dismount 402,549 263760
Shower With Your Dad Simulator 2015: Do You Still Shower With Your Dad 401,903 359050
Salt and Sanctuary 400,674 283640
LEGO The Hobbit 400,545 285160
Savage Lands 399,316 307880
Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball 396,373 270450
The Culling Of The Cows 396,159 297020
Back to Bed 394,370 308040
Tower Wars 393,962 214360
Invisible, Inc. 393,703 243970
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power 392,900 319910
Polarity 392,114 315430
SAMOLIOTIK 388,554 449680
Outlast 2 387,821 414700
Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger, and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist 387,663 409160
RWBY: Grimm Eclipse 387,405 418340
F1 2017 386,242 515220
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 384,598 247020
DEAD OR ALIVE 5 Last Round: Core Fighters 383,476 311730
Hide and Shriek 382,313 480430
Bloody Trapland 380,476 257750
Crusaders of the Lost Idols 379,611 402840
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter 379,237 258520
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow â€" Ultimate Edition 379,043 234080
Rebel Galaxy 378,307 290300
Cogs 377,806 26500
Magic: The Gathering - Duels of the Planeswalkers 2012 377,401 49470
This Is the Police 376,582 443810
Genital Jousting 375,882 469820
Mountain 375,718 313340
Nomad 371,579 378370
Revolution Ace 371,346 274560
AI War: Fleet Command 371,287 40400
Streets of Rogue 371,171 512900
Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) 370,263 295790
Death Rally 370,163 108700
Long Live The Queen 369,384 251990
Planet Explorers 369,351 237870
Clustertruck 368,787 397950
RPG MO 368,618 372800
Party Hard 367,745 356570
SteamWorld Dig 367,286 252410
Princess.Loot.Pixel.Again 365,728 414290
Grey Goo 364,090 290790
DYNASTY WARRIORS 8: Xtreme Legends Complete Edition / 真・三國無双7 with 猛将伝 363,817 278080
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Revolution 363,459 272510
F1 2012 363,358 208500
War for the Overworld 363,113 230190
Galactic Junk League 362,859 562590
Planetbase 361,192 403190
Cossacks 3 360,956 333420
No Time To Explain Remastered 360,564 368730
Tiny and Big: Grandpa's Leftovers 360,126 205910
Organ Trail: Director's Cut 359,935 233740
Kingdom Wars 359,640 227180
The Last Hope 359,502 522570
VEGA Conflict 359,362 339600
BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien 358,624 218060
Windward 355,878 326410
Really Big Sky 355,611 201570
Anarchy Arcade 355,332 266430
Slender: The Arrival 354,224 252330
Bloons TD 5 354,027 306020
Halo: Spartan Assault 352,861 277430
Timberman 352,371 398710
Toki Tori 352,195 38700
House Flipper 351,645 613100
Sniper Fury 351,470 591740
Titan Souls 350,359 297130
Morphopolis 349,778 314020
Catch a Falling Star 349,290 451880
King Arthur's Gold 348,064 219830
Nioh: Complete Edition / 仁王 Complete Edition 347,803 485510
Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series 346,763 376870
Guild Quest 346,627 547680
The Banner Saga: Factions 346,032 219340
One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 345,720 331600
LEGO Jurassic World 343,167 352400
X Rebirth 343,046 2870
Risen 3 - Titan Lords 342,772 249230
The Tower Of Elements 342,253 377310
Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition 342,008 231740
Costume Quest 341,308 115100
DETOUR 341,194 92100
Revenge of the Titans 340,794 93200
State of Anarchy 340,127 463210
Solar 2 339,780 97000
Battle Islands 338,532 305260
Transport Fever 337,931 446800
SAS: Zombie Assault 4 337,896 678800
Damned 337,285 251170
Space Beret 337,145 547960
The LEGO Movie - Videogame 336,631 267530
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams 335,909 223220
Dead Island Definitive Edition 335,791 383150
Hard Reset Extended Edition 335,265 98400
Pony Island 334,799 405640
FINAL FANTASY IX 333,922 377840
Mordheim: City of the Damned 332,983 276810
AX:EL - Air XenoDawn 332,904 319830
Epigenesis 332,826 244590
Dead Realm 331,065 352460
Botanicula 330,330 207690
Grow Home 330,240 323320
Motorsport Manager 330,158 415200
LEGO Batman3: Beyond Gotham 330,037 313690
Squishy the Suicidal Pig 328,982 318430
Data Hacker: Reboot 328,357 331790
The Room 327,417 288160
Simply Chess 327,332 312280
MANDAGON 326,618 461560
Escape This 326,346 467370
Planets Under Attack 325,744 218510
Supraball 325,150 321400
Eternal Card Game 324,938 531640
Dead Maze 324,662 667890
Audiosurf 2 324,405 235800
Ratz Instagib 324,272 338170
And Yet It Moves 324,236 18700
Trashville 323,864 589390
Invasion: Brain Craving 323,181 423710
God Mode 322,132 227480
Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 321,637 363680
The Bridge 320,817 204240
The Hat Man: Shadow Ward 320,602 291010
Zeno Clash 320,458 22200
South Park: The Fractured But Whole 320,160 488790
HunieCam Studio 320,028 426000
The Jackbox Party Pack 3 319,411 434170
Gems of War - Puzzle RPG 319,394 329110
Spintires: MudRunner 319,213 675010
F1 2016 318,467 391040
NEKOPARA Vol. 2 318,426 420110
Elements: Soul of Fire 318,054 340650
Mortal Online 316,391 287920
Atom Zombie Smasher 316,352 55040
Rec Room 316,036 471710
One Way Heroics 315,869 266210
SimplePlanes 314,932 397340
LUFTRAUSERS 314,885 233150
Pool Nation FX Lite 314,286 314000
Tricky Towers 314,191 437920
Shank 312,665 6120
Star Chronicles: Delta Quadrant 311,967 383330
Atonement: Scourge of Time 310,592 385070
Yellow: The Yellow Artifact 310,339 486820
Project Starship 310,160 454890
Insanity Clicker 310,042 393530
Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy 309,617 214830
Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes 309,591 61700
Abyss Odyssey 308,646 255070
Dungeon of Zolthan 307,976 463220
MX vs. ATV Reflex 307,610 55140
Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition 307,315 218820
The Jackbox Party Pack 307,175 331670
Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator 306,906 654880
Make it indie! 306,739 357900
Binary Domain 306,463 203750
Blackguards 305,941 249650
Her Story 305,686 368370
Magic 2015 - Duels of the Planeswalkers 303,768 255420
Viking: Battle for Asgard 300,593 211160
Tooth and Tail 300,539 286000
City of Chains 300,130 412170
Stronghold 2: Steam Edition 300,020 40960
Kingdom Rush 299,922 246420
The Jackbox Party Pack 2 299,913 397460
Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition 299,184 329050
Serious Sam Fusion 2017 (beta) 298,645 564310
LYNE 298,463 266010
LISA 297,947 335670
Renegade Ops 297,463 99300
The District 296,190 357770
Star Saviors 295,982 314450
Pit People 295,630 291860
Dark and Light 295,606 529180
Bejeweled 3 295,211 78000
Ticket to Ride 295,151 108200
There's Poop In My Soup 294,984 449540
Blood Bowl 2 294,476 236690
Elements II: Hearts of Light 293,115 448640
STRIDER / ストライダー飛竜 292,888 235210
Sonic Adventure DX 291,205 71250
VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action 290,658 447530
EVERSPACE 290,326 396750
Street Warriors Online 290,227 417910
BATTLETECH 289,619 637090
Tricolour Lovestory 289,264 668630
Montaro 288,782 495890
Monkey Island 2 Special Edition: LeChuck’s Revenge 288,297 32460
Aragami 287,729 280160
Downwell 287,413 360740
Outrage 287,010 457820
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken 286,849 215510
Worms W.M.D 286,591 327030
Drayt Empire 286,567 502140
Rivals of Aether 286,514 383980
For The King 285,696 527230
Space Farmers 285,436 271570
Turbo Pug 3D 285,208 528510
Tales of Berseria 284,444 429660
Missing Translation 284,121 395520
Fall of Civilization 283,367 467010
Hatoful Boyfriend 283,021 310080
Half Dead 282,077 434730
Dungetris 281,912 462200
Incitement 3 281,562 391660
Madballs in Babo:Invasion 281,079 25700
Oxenfree 280,771 388880
Retro City Rampage DX 280,667 204630
Little Nightmares 280,612 424840
HellAngel 280,536 524340
Stigmat 280,103 403570
LOST PLANET 3 279,675 226720
PIGMENTUM 279,593 582280
Pid 278,689 218740
Shadow Warrior Classic Redux 278,226 225160
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier 278,042 536220
Atonement 2: Ruptured by Despair 277,061 533820
Domina 276,003 535230
Guardians of Orion 275,847 407840
Omerta - City of Gangsters 275,454 208520
Castle Story 275,014 227860
Trouble In The Manor 274,955 338530
Nuclear Contingency 274,316 540900
Rise of the Triad 272,986 217140
CPUCores :: Maximize Your FPS 272,887 384300
Batman - The Telltale Series 272,720 498240
Cat Goes Platform 272,633 567250
Game of Thrones 272,599 208730
The Cave 271,663 221810
DiRT 4 270,550 421020
Trolley Gold 270,525 498320
Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder 270,427 434460
Shadowrun: Hong Kong - Extended Edition 268,438 346940
Orbital Gear 267,763 298520
Desolate Wastes: Vendor Chronicles 267,723 563120
Germ Wars 267,647 557680
hack_me 267,561 526740
BIT.TRIP BEAT 267,116 63700
Home Behind 267,054 467960
METAL SLUG DEFENSE 266,981 356310
Divinity: Dragon Commander 265,816 243950
Fluffy Creatures VS The World 265,237 619400
Day of the Tentacle Remastered 265,169 388210
Project CARS 2 264,945 378860
Camera Obscura 264,412 341500
Take Thy Throne 264,026 491260
Road Madness 263,944 457710
Tabletopia 263,899 402560
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record 263,656 45770
Bit Blaster XL 263,361 433950
Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones 261,792 329380
Unalive 261,546 574640
Wizard of Legend 261,463 445980
Next Day: Survival 260,661 519190
Legend of Grimrock 2 260,443 251730
Deep Space Dash 260,100 493650
OLDTV 259,813 643270
Grind Zones 259,441 327680
Labyronia RPG 259,225 391260
POSTAL 258,861 232770
Hyper color ball 258,593 515470
Age of Conquest IV 257,484 314970
Rampage Knights 257,372 314410
Battle Royale Trainer 257,046 772540
Final Quest II 256,959 540020
Greyfox RPG 256,746 341310
The Four Kings Casino and Slots 256,424 260430
PixARK 256,179 593600
DuckTales: Remastered 255,766 237630
Pool Nation 255,171 254440
Shatter 255,073 20820
The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II 254,601 272470
ELEX 254,457 411300
Legend of Mysteria RPG 254,231 407230
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky 254,152 251150
Blood Bowl: Chaos Edition 253,538 216890
Grand Pigeon's Duty 253,400 449530
Deadfall Adventures 252,514 231330
Owlboy 251,798 115800
Pixel Puzzles: Japan 250,430 284950
Streamline 249,845 252850
Chaos on Deponia 249,600 220740
My Time At Portia 249,441 666140
Spikit 248,909 509110
Run Away 248,496 629280
Stronghold Legends: Steam Edition 248,308 40980
SOS 248,224 619080
RUSH 248,133 38720
Stacking 248,039 115110
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Just had a few thoughts about the gun barrel sequences and the state of the franchise.

i think the artistic choice of the "origin" of the gun barrel sequence in casino royale was a super cool thing. however, i think it was a big mistake not to have them at the beginning of the following craig films. i really don't understand what the producers were thinking.
also, i just happened to go through all the sequences on youtube, how come all of craig's just look downright awful? i've never been a big fan of brosnan's films (with the exception of goldeneye), but man, his first gun barrel sequence looks phenomenal. if they could make it look that good over two decades ago they have no excuse now.
EON really needs to take a step back and get back to the basics with this series. not every film needs to reinvent the wheel. am i alone in just wanting semi-regular 007 popcorn films?
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The James Bond Franchise Wrap Up

Greetings all! Many thanks to the countless people who contributed to 10 months of fantastic discussions about one of the most iconic (and one of my favorite) film franchises of all time. This is just a little recap/debrief/wrap up article where I'd love to get everyone's thoughts on the series as a whole. Additionally, I've done some more ranking and list making because it's fun and, let's be honest, there just aren't enough lists in the world! So let's open the discussion up and air out any final thoughts on the ongoing adventures of 007 & Co. Fair warning, I will use spoiler tags throughout my article for those of you who might not yet have seen Spectre, however be mindful of the comments.

Ranking the Movies

First thing's first. Here are all of my reviews and their assigned objective rankings.

Film Score
Casino Royale 94
GoldenEye 86
Skyfall 86
Goldfinger 85
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 82
The Spy Who Loved Me 80
The World is Not Enough 79
From Russia With Love 76
The Living Daylights 75
You Only Live Twice 73
Spectre (spoilers) 73
License to Kill 72
Dr. No 70
The Man with the Golden Gun 68
Quantum of Solace 68
Tomorrow Never Dies 68
Live and Let Die 66
Thunderball 61
A View to a Kill 59
Moonraker 59
For Your Eyes Only 55
Octopussy 48
Diamonds Are Forever 37
Die Another Day 30

For a fun little experiment, I wanted to see how I ranked them in comparison to other "Rank the Bond Film" lists. My sources included Rotten Tomatoes (based on their freshness rankings), IMDb (based on their user scores), Peter Travers (Rolling Stone), Forbes, Timeout New York, E! Online, Moviefone, AMC Filmsite, BuzzFeed, an /JamesBond thread, and MRQE. Here are the results.

First, I've organized them by release date and shown what their scores are on the various websites.

Second, I figured out the average score for each film with the highest and lowest score for each film thrown out to eliminate outliers (my scores are not included in this calculation) as well as determine the standard deviation for each film (i.e., how consistently each film was ranked).

Finally, here is a visualization of how each site ranked the films.

Some observations:

• No real surprises in the rankings. Casino Royale, Goldfinger, From Russia, and Skyfall all nabbed top spots. The World is Not Enough, Moonraker, and A View to a Kill took the dubious honor of bottom feeders.

• Skyfall was the most consistently ranked film (averaging spot #4 on most lists). License to Kill was the most inconsistently ranked film. No surprise either. Dalton's films split opinions upon release and have aged just well enough to be considered decent but still stand out in such a way as to turn some viewers off entirely. Without it's highest (3) and lowest (22) scores, LTK still ranked as high as 8 and as low as 22. So it was either a top-10 film or the second-worst.

• I still just don't get the hate for The World is Not Enough. Truth be told, this was the one film that actually inspired me to do all of this. I saw one or two lists that had it ranked so low. I had to see if there was anyone that agreed with me that it is actually a top 10 Bond film. Turns out there isn't. In fact, the closet I got was Moviefone who ranked it as #13.

• I don't know what Forbes is smoking. There is no way that For Your Eyes Only is the second greatest Bond film of all time. Lunacy. Similarly, I am shocked at Peter Travers' ranking for GoldenEye at 18 -- especially considering he then put Die Another Day at 10!!

• And speaking of DAD, I was legitimately surprised that it was generally considered to be a more middling film, rather than a universally hated one.

• This only confirms my belief that the Bond movies are some of the most divisive films of all time. This must surely be due to a variety of factors, not least of which is that a film series that spans 50+ years and that varies so greatly in tone from film to film will allow for people to have wildly diverse opinions of each era of film. It can all depend on which films they saw first or which ones they grew up with. I mean that sounds obvious, but just look at how much deviation there is from list to list. I mean no film came even close to receiving unanimous rankings across any of these platforms -- even Skyfall varied from 1 to 6.

Ranking the Songs

I also decided to take a look at one of the most fun aspects of the 007 franchise: the theme songs. I will be very up front about the fact that I am not a musician, I know nothing about musical theory, etc. I am just a layman, listening to these songs a few times over and making my general observations. Oh and it's worth noting that I did not include Dr. No on this list. The opening titles begin with the standard Bond Theme song, which since it was adopted into every other film I didn't feel like that really counted, and then transitions into a rendition of Three Blind Mice, which also doesn't count.

Ranking Song Artist Comments
23 For Your Eyes Only Sheena Easton Overly synth-y. Just another sappy love ballad. I just don't understand how this kind of songs was thought to be a spectacular start to a Bond film. Ugh.
22 All Time High Rita Coolidge Awful, schmaltzy saxophone intro. Same garbage as the previous three films (Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only).
21 Nobody Does it Better Carly Simon Sounds like something you'd hear at 3am in a piano bar. Not sure what it's doing in a Bond film. Can't stand the vocals. At least this song has a decent band swell that picks it up a bit. The gentle cymbal tapping just reinforces the late night smooth jazz vibe.
20 Moonraker Shirley Bassey Starts small, stays small, never builds. Bassey's vocals are totally wasted here. She has the ability to be fierce and biting. Here, she's lackadaisical and boring.
19 Die Another Day Madonna Starts strong with tense strings and immediately dive bombs the second Madonna's disgustingly auto-tuned vocals kick in. Terrible lyrics ("Sigmund Freud" wtf?). A pandering piece of overproduced bubblegum crap.
18 Writing's on the Wall Sam Smith So disappointing. Following such a strong entry in Skyfall, the producers completely dropped the ball with Smith's "Writing." His vocals don't remotely fit with the tone of a proper Bond song. Cannot stand his breathy, whiny chorus. Ugh.
17 A View to a Kill Duran Duran If you can't tell, I'm not a huge fan of '80s music, so the heavy presence of synths in this song are tough for me to swallow, but at least this song has some life! Especially following the era of the lousy love ballads, AVTAK was a breath of fresh air. As a song by itself, not bad. As a Bond song, not the greatest.
16 The Living Daylights A-ha Another entry just dripping in '80s production. Still, it's got lots of energy. It's got some great builds and uses some awesome big band/brass elements that are reminiscent of the classic Bond songs.
15 License to Kill Gladys Knight Love Knight's vocals. She's got a great classic Bond feel. Love the intro. It feels sleuth-y, epic. Could definitely do without those breathy backup singers.
14 Live and Let Die Paul McCartney Great song. Terrible Bond song. McCartney is second to none, don't get me wrong. This song just isn't a great fit for the series. The reason it's not lower is that is has lots of promise until the 1:22 mark. And that damn fishing reel SFX is just so damn weird… Picks back up again, however it falters again at the 1:51 mark. The good aspects of this song are great. The bad are real bad.
13 You Only Live Twice Nancy Sinatra Exotic with great vocals. It's a bit sappy but it's got a nice use of strings to keep the song from getting too schmaltzy.
12 From Russia With Love Matt Monroe I'm rather conflicted about this one. It has a great exotic feel, it's got a good crooner, and the lyrics match the globetrotting feel. I just feel that there are stronger entries that offer a bit more energy.
11 You Know My Name Chris Cornell Hard to judge this one. Great piece of rock but again, I don't know if it really feels like a true "Bond song". At least it never devolves into a weird place like Live and Let Die. This one gets major props for incorporating the Bond theme heavily throughout and having a decent set of lyrics.
10 The Man with the Golden Gun Lulu I know I'm probably going to get some hate for this one, but hear me out. Great use of electric guitar and big brass band. The lyrics are rightfully criticized for being way too literal and silly (and the chorus is very weak) but Lulu's vocals are wonderfully dry, yet full of character. I especially love the swell at 1:38.
9 Another Way to Die Alicia Keys and Jack White Another entry that might get some criticism for being this high, but I truly feel that with one minor tweak, this song could have been considered one of the best. I love the piano and crunchy guitar intro. What I don't like is the duet. If this had been a Keys solo (with White handling the instrumentals), this could have been even stronger. I also really love the lyrics' discussion of paranoia and mistrust.
8 The World is Not Enough Garbage Another very strong entry. Shirley Manson's vocals are incredibly sultry. I positively love how striking the twanging guitar chords cut right through this hazy song.
7 Thunderball Tom Jones Take note Matt Monroe, this is how to croon during a Bond song. The song kicks in with a great use of the Bond theme at 0:35. The lyrics are total nonsense, however it all comes together and sounds so excellent. Jones' killer note at the end of the song is spectacular.
6 Tomorrow Never Dies Sheryl Crow This was a huge surprise for me. As I went through these songs, I never would have thought of putting TND this high, but listening to it, I can't get enough. Throws everything in from the thundering opening, to the big drums, the bell, the jangling guitar, and the piano. Crows vocals are positively electric. Her performance is every bit sultry, sexy, and scorned. Excellent!
5 Diamonds Are Forever Shirley Bassey Forget the movie, I could just listen to this song for 2 hours instead. The opening notes are mysterious, the big band is perfect (with plenty of classic Bond brass). The drop at the 1:21 mark is fantastic. And of course, Bassey's vocals are as iconic as they get.
4 On Her Majesty's Secret Service Theme John Barry (composer) Okay so this one isn't really a theme song in the sense that these other songs were but how could I pass on it? This is perhaps one of the single greatest musical compositions of the series outside of the Bond Theme. The buzzing guitar and deep, thumping bass are totally badass.
3 GoldenEye Tina Turner Almost perfect. Sexy, mysterious, lurking, with excellent vocals and brilliant lyrics. Little moments like the Bond theme slinking in at 1:40 are just perfect.
2 Skyfall Adele I absolutely, positively adore the chilling piano intro. Adele's vocals are exquisite. I love the slow, warbling guitar (1:00), the somber strings, the huge builds, and the use of the brassy Bond theme at 1:51. The whole thing gives me chills, especially as it starts and ends on that beautiful brass note.
1 Goldfinger Shirley Bassey Surprise, surprise. It just simply does not get better than Goldfinger. This is the quintessential Bond song, the standard to which all other songs are held. The big brass band, the strings, and the vocals are all just a bit silly, just a bit sexy, totally iconic, and catchy as all hell.

Ranking the Villains

I came up with a little system for ranking the Bond villains. I determined that a good villain should have a proper plan, should be generally villainous (cruel, mad, etc.), intimidating, competent, and charismatic (or at least have a decent, definable personality). Regarding one of the series’ few recurring villains, I elected to rank Blofeld several times, one for each appearance in a different film. With that in mind, here are the Bottom 5 and Top 5 Bond villains. The full list including the scores for each category can be found here (Spectre spoilers in slot #21).

Worst Bond Villains

Rank Villain Film Plot Comments
27 Gustav Graves / Col. Moon Die Another Day Destroy S. Korea via space laser Written as if a 12 year old came up with a Bond villain. Terrible plan, never truly intimidating, and the whole DNA replacement and "I modeled him after you" bit is completely stupid.
26 Aristotle Kristatos For Your Eyes Only Retrieve the ATAC device in order to control Soviet missiles, trick 007 into assassinating Colombo Bland, boring, forgettable.
25 Brad Whitaker The Living Daylights Sell opium as a means to finance his arms trading I applaud the realism of his plot, however the character is just so damned annoying. Baker plays the American General as a complete buffoon. And the whole wargame angle is weird.
24 General Orlov Octopussy Destroy NATO relations by detonating a bomb in a foreign Air Force base Another fairly forgettable character. Berkoff portrays the General as an almost Dr. Strangelove-esque wacko.
23 Ernst Stavro Blofeld Diamonds Are Forever Destroy nations' nuclear missiles with a space laser if they refuse to give in to his ransom demands The weakest of all of Blofeld’s various plots. Mostly, this iteration is ranked so low on account of Charles Grey’s portrayal. He’s insufferable, lacks any real intimidation, and the whole army of clones and voice changing devices are all just too campy for my taste.

Best Bond Villains

Rank Villain Film Plot Comments
5 Ernst Stavro Blofeld On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Brainwash women (Angels of Death) and use them as pawns in bacterialogical warfare Okay so the plan is a little bizarre and Savalas’ portrayal might not be as iconic as the one in YOLT, however this is Blofeld at his peak. He is menacing, sinister, and intimidating. The whole lineage angle is unique and gives a little bit of humanity to what has been an otherwise flat character.
4 Alex Trevelyan (Agent 006) GoldenEye Exact revenge on England by robbing the national bank just before destroying digital records (via electromagnetic pulse from satellite) Sean Bean performs beautifully as the MI6-agent-gone-rogue. His revenge mission plot is a wonderful balance of maniacal, villainous, and realistic.
3 Auric Goldfinger Goldfinger Devalue US gold stock by detonating a bomb inside Fort Knox gold reserve Bond himself remarks how brilliant Goldfinger’s plan is upon hearing it. I’m going to refrain from making any “gold standard” jokes, but Goldfinger is seriously one of the best. Cunning, proud, coy, greedy, and downright evil.
2 Le Chiffre Casino Royale Make money by shorting airline stocks through planned terrorist attacks Le Chiffre is one of the most fascinating villains in that he is a man driven by desperation and fear more than a god complex or a desire to destroy humanity.
1 Francisco Scaramanga The Man with the Golden Gun Steal solex agitator, assassinate 007 Christopher Lee’s Scaramanga is the perfect blend of flamboyant charisma, fierce intellect, and pure skill. The dinner scene between Scaramanga and Bond remains one of my all time favorites.

Honorable mentions go to Skyfall’s freakishly relentless Raoul Silva, Spy Who Loved Me’s megalomaniac Karl Stromberg, World is Not Enough’s coldly calculating Elektra King, Dr. No’s Dr. No for setting the template, and Moonraker’s surprisingly enjoyable Hugo Drax.

Ranking the Bond Girls

I came up with a similar method of ranking one of the other pillars of any good 007 film: the Bond Girls. For this category, I rated each Bond Girl by their intellect (general intelligence), competence (how skillful they were at their profession or tasks), initiative (do they just sit around and wait for Bond to tell them what to do or not), utility (do they have a direct impact on the story or are they just sort of there for show), and (yes I am aware of the hypocrisy here) beauty. This was a somewhat difficult list to assess, as the concept of a Bond Girl is rather loose. For example, in Skyfall, Bond seduces Severine, however she is in the film for such a brief period of time and her impact on the story is so minimal, that it didn’t even seem right to try and rank her based on these categories. Then of course there are any number of throwaway characters that Bond simply sleeps with or converses with briefly that are occasionally viewed as “Bond Girls”. Think of the iconic gilded Jill Masterson from Goldfinger. You might be aghast that she isn’t on the list, but she is such a small portion of that film (especially compared to her sister, Tilly), that it didn’t even seem worth it to place her on here, despite her image being plastered on every piece of promotional material for Goldfinger. So this is my best attempt at determining who is a Bond Girl and how they rank. The full list including category rankings can be found here.

Worst Bond Girls

Rank Girl Film Comments
33 Rosie Carver Live and Let Die Perhaps the most miserable character in the series. I couldn’t help but give her the only 0 of this entire exercise for Competence. She whines and cries to a man she just met because she isn't a good CIA agent. She’s not useful, not talented, and utterly annoying. And the one time she finally acts proactively, she is condescendingly mocked for misreading Quarrel Jr.’s allegiance.
32 Mary Goodnight The Man with the Golden Gun Vapid, irritating, pathetic, almost entirely useless. She’s easily captured and even chastised for her one contribution: killing a guard. And of course there’s the infamous scene in which any dignity she might’ve had evaporates as she’s shoved in a closet while Bond and Andrea Anders have sex.
31 Tiffany Case Diamonds Are Forever Another worthless character who adds little to the plot. She is given a rare instance of initiative at the end of the film and it turns out that in doing so, she completely screws up Bond’s plan. Oh also, her dialogue is completely insufferable.
30 “Dr.” Christmas Jones The World is Not Enough Another character written to be skilled and intelligent, but portrayed by a woman who cannot convincingly pull off either. Her role in the film becomes little more than a tagalong with weak excuses being provided for why she’s still around. She also turns into the second instance of Bond’s magical ability to turn lesbians straight.
29 Stacey Sutton A View to a Kill Same deal as Jones, the character is written to be intelligent, but the actress doesn't sell it one bit. She tends to fail at everything she attempts, and Bond completely disregards her and forces her to become a damsel in distress throughout their time together. She becomes a complete tagalong after a while.

Best Bond Girls

Rank Girl Film Comments
5 Elektra King The World is Not Enough Cunning, fierce, intelligent (though blinded by rage), she is absolutely integral to the plot, her actions are her own and she even acts as the puppetmaster for a wide range of people.
4 Camille Montes Quantum of Solace Not necessarily particularly intelligent per se, but highly skilled and motivated by her well formed backstory. QoS actually provides a rare instance of Bond screwing up her plans, though she bounds back quickly. Extra points for killing one of the film’s villains.
3 Pussy Galore Goldfinger The biggest downfall for Galore is her lack of integrity during the scene in which Bond apparently rapes her straight. Aside from that terrible scene, she is a fantastic character. She gets the drop on Bond multiple times, verbally spars with the best of them, and orchestrates a hugely important aspect of the film’s ending.
2 Teresa di Vicenzo On Her Majesty’s Secret Service It pains me not to be able to give her a perfect score, however she does have her downfalls. She really ultimately is just sort of going along with her father’s plans and when she’s captured, she reverts into a fairly standard damsel in distress. Aside from that though, her beauty and intelligence are almost without parallel.
1 Vesper Lynd Casino Royale The only character in this whole exercise to receive a perfect score. The single most well-rounded character of the entire series. Highly intelligent, witty, sharp, sly, plays her own game, acts of her own accord with her own motivations, integral to the plot — oh and stunningly gorgeous.

Honorable mentions go to Spy Who Loves Me’s crafty and skilled Anya Amasova, Die Another Day’s coldly independent Miranda Frost, You Only Twice’s Aki who saves Bond’s butt on more than one occasion, Tomorrow Never Die’s devil may care Wai Lin, and License to Kill’s rough and rowdy Pam Bouvier.

Ranking the Bonds

And of course there’s the ranking of the Bond actors. Everyone has an opinion that varies greatly from the last. Heck, I’ve already changes my mind three times as I’ve sat here writing this. Each actor is so wildly different and they all come from such unique times that it’s almost impossible to try and fairly compare them. And then of course there’s the struggle of trying to give each actor a fair shake when their films have varied so greatly in quality and number. But I will try to do my best.

Rank Actor Films Years Active Comments
6 Roger Moore 7 1973 - 1985 Easily the worst in my opinion. I never bought him as an assassin. I never bought him as a seductive gentleman. His humor was mostly lost on me. When they tried to get him to be rough and tumble in TMWTGG when he’s interrogating Anders, he just seems abusive. He also had the worst string of films to deal with and was kept on as Bond for far too long. Too few upsides.
5 George Lazenby 1 1969 This ranking is really misleading, as I actually LOVED Lazenby as Bond. I felt that he completely captured the crass attitude and unbridled swagger. I would frankly consider putting him as high as #3, however Lazenby’s biggest downfall is his lack of clout. He just wasn’t Bond long enough to get a decent gauge of how he really fit into Bond’s shoes.
4 Sean Connery 6 1962 - 1967, 1971 Blasphemy! Just because he was first doesn’t mean he was the best. He laid the groundwork and managed the suave nature and action better than some, however his characters never really felt like they had any depth to them. Mostly he is severely handicapped by his lackluster performances in YOLT and DAF.
3 Timothy Dalton 2 1987 - 1989 Ah Dalton, the Bond we needed but didn’t deserve. Dalton’s career was similarly too short. I considered giving him the #4 spot under Connery for this purpose alone, but I really feel like he did enough in his two films to establish what kind of Bond he was and would have continued to be. The dark, brooding exterior occasionally gave in to flashes of real charm and even caring. The humor could have used some work, but the action and especially the suave, high-class nature fit him perfectly.
2 Daniel Craig 4 2006 - present Craig’s performance in Casino alone would have been enough to push him into first place, however he’s had kind of a bizarre run of films since then. The stories have set him up to just be continually cantankerous and sullen. I have him in the #2 spot temporarily, depending on how the rest of his run as Bond goes. If he is able to do more films and is able to continue to regain his wit from Casino and to continue his arc from brutish thug to refined gentleman assassin, I feel the #2 or even #1 spot could be his.
1 Pierce Brosnan 4 1995 - 2002 It was equally difficult to call Brosnan the unequivocal best. His run is sadly marred by a series of mediocre and downright bad films. That said, his performance in GoldenEye is probably one of the best in the series. Brosnan is able to pull off every aspect of what makes Bond Bond with ease. He nails the humor, he looks like he belongs in a tux, and he appears entirely at ease when in the midst of a tense shootout or car chase. He even totally sells a few small moments throughout the series that required him to appear frightened, surprised, and vulnerable.

Naturally there is so much more I could discuss (favorite gadgets, favorite moments, favorite henchmen), but I suppose I should save something for the lead up to Bond 25, eh? A sincere thanks once more to everyone who joined me for the discussions over the past several months. Cheers!
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Now that we've gotten our decadal "good Bond movie" out of the way, we return you to your regularly schedule mediocrity. A deeper look at Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Hey folks! I'm planning on watching all 23 of the James Bond films between now and the release of Spectre in November. 007 films have always been my guilty pleasure and I thought it might be worth trying to have a more analytical discussion about them. If you all are interested, I'll be posting one of these discussions/reviews every 1-2 weeks. So here goes!



It's widely reported that the entire production of Tomorrow Never Dies was a mess. The script was rushed into existence after the enormous success of GoldenEye. As such, the story was re-written by numerous writers, ghostwriters, and script doctors. It was still being revised even well into filming. As if we needed another example, it just goes to show that when you take time to carefully craft a story, you get a gem like GoldenEye or Casino Royale. When a studio forces you to hit a deadline come hell or high water, you get a turd like Tomorrow.

Admittedly, that's a bit harsh. TND isn't a bad film. It's just completely devoid of any true emotion, tension, passion, etc. It hits all of its marks and is technically proficient in every way, but when the end credits begin to roll, you sort of just shrug your shoulders and move on.

The dialogue suffers from being on point. Characters reveal intentions and exposition too readily and in obvious manners. There are no layers through which to dig. All challenges are met and overcome relatively easily so as to get to the next one as quickly as possible. Heck, even some of the dialogue seems lifted straight off the pages of GoldenEye. In GE, the audience is pleasantly shocked to hear newly appointed leader and general badass M calmly explain that she does in fact "have the balls" for such a job. It's impactful and fierce as it comes on the heels of a brilliant monologue on her deep-seeded feelings for Bond as a person and her position in the MI6 organization. A similar line is used in TND with absolutely zero effect. One of two forgettably interchangeable old white bureaucrats/military officers that are written in solely to be an obstacle for M tells her that she hasn't "got the balls" for the job. And then that's… just sort of… it. Next scene.

And the dialogue isn't the only thing that falls flat. Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce) won't be going into the annals of Bond history as a top-tier villain any time soon. His intentions aren't particularly fresh. He is essentially just a reincarnation of Auric Goldfinger -- a man willing to cause mass destruction in order to boost the value of his person interests -- with the modern twist of being a media mogul rather than a bullion collector. But his primary offense (because let's be honest, most of these villains are just rehashes of one another) is being a 2D Bond character of old, following the groundbreaking villainy of Alec Trevelyan in GoldenEye. We've backtracked from a villain with strong emotional motivations to one who proclaims within his first 3 minutes on screen that his intentions are to simply fake international incidents in an attempt to drive sales of his newspaper.

And while Pryce (who, fun fact, joins the ranks of Diana Rigg, Charles Dance, Julian Glover, and Sean Bean as actors who would go on to have large roles in Game of Thrones) does the best with what he has available to him, the film does him no service in being entirely unable to successfully build the tension he would seem to be building. In the "dramatic crescendo" of dastardly evildoing, Carver teases, "let the chaos… begin." Except you don't even remotely feel like we're on the precipice of anything disastrous or chaotic.

There's almost nothing worth noting in regards to Chinese agent Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh), as her acting is as vanilla as the writing. I will, however, point out that as far as Bond's female cohorts go, she is pretty badass. The film treats us to two killer hand-to-hand combat scenes in which Yeoh shows off the gift for martial arts for which she is known. Additionally, she's skilled with a gun and shows multiple indifference to Bond's charms. That said, she's not exactly the most proactive of characters and tends to suffer from the tag-along syndrome.

Look and Sound

I don't know why, but for whatever reason I had a moment while watching TND in which I flashed back to watching Thunderball. There was a peculiar issue in Thunderball that cropped up once or twice. The editor would cut to a new shot in which the action hadn't quite begun yet. There would be half a beat and then the actors would begin walking or delivering dialogue. It was amateurish. I then remembered the scene from that same film in which Bond is being tortured on the back (spine?) stretching machine. Both the camerawork and prop design were awful.

My point is that it is the franchise has come a long way. In my earlier reviews, much of the film's final score could be dictated by the quality of its technical prowess. From Russia With Love earned positive reviews (from not just myself but contemporary critics as well) for its nighttime footage. On Her Majesty's Secret Service earned extra points from me on cinematography for its dawn/dusk helicopter footage. These instances were mostly isolated in the early years. The early Bond films were plagued by mediocre crews or talented crews with mediocre budgets or talented crews with decent budgets but rushed production schedules… and so on.

When cinematographer Alan Hume was replaced by Alec Mills for the Living Daylights, everything changed. Lighting and set design veered toward realism. Camerawork began functioning in a manner more consistent with modern day techniques. Editing continued to quicken and feel similarly modern. There was another jump up in quality between License to Kill and GoldenEye, however the series as a whole has remained at an elevated level ever since TLD. As such my remaining reviews will rely less and less on the technical aspects unless the film excels in one particular aspect.

In general, TND doesn't fail to live up to these standards. The action sequences (particularly the parking garage getaway) are well framed, well shot, and the editing is tight and thrilling. Michelle Yeoh's fight scenes, while not industry revolutionizing by any means, are a pleasant change of pace for a Bond series reliant on espionage and weapon-heavy battling.

And as for the audio, I suppose I would say that it was adequate. At no point did it provide anything jarring or outlandish like some of Éric Serra's score in GoldenEye but there were no standouts either. Like the score, Sheryl Crow's sultry main theme with its resounding piano chords is solid without being especially memorable. Once again designer Daniel Kleinmann delivers another classic title sequence.

Callbacks, Recurrences, and Tropes

As just mentioned, TND features a classic title sequence and theme song to pair with its barrel sequence. Moneypenny, M, and Q all make their usual appearances. Joe Don Baker makes a reprisal as CIA agent (and undeniably American) Jack Wade.

After receiving complaints of GoldenEye's lack of gadgets (though I personally don't feel like it had been especially lacking), TND upped the ante. Bond is given a fully remote controlled vehicle, a cellphone packed to the gills with goodies, and weaponized watch. One major change in this department was his switch halfway through the film from the classic Walther PPK he has carried since Dr. No to the new Walther P99.

Of the standard slew of 007 tropes (train fights, ski chases, card games, etc.) the only one featured in TND is the good ol' fashioned countdown to destruction. The trope so nice they included it twice -- once in the cold open as Bond fights against the clock to avoid a nuclear explosion and in the finale as Carver counts down to the initiation of his plan. Finally, the primary henchman, Mr. Stamper, is another copy of Red Grant from FRWL.

Overall Impression

Tomorrow Never Dies is a technically proficient film that is entirely lacking in substance. A weak script leads to hollow storytelling and going-through-the-motions acting. The sad truth is that this film harkens in the era of mediocre films that would stunt Brosnan's tenure as Agent 007.

Quick Hits

Category Score Note
Writing 4 Covers the bare minimum required to be an okay action film.
Directing 7 Generally solid. Flashy only in action sequences.
Acting 6 One can only do so much with an average script.
Cinematography 8.5 Lighting and camerawork remain on par with GoldenEye.
Production Design 8.5 Lamont continues to provide believable, slightly-futuristic worlds and fun gadgets.
Score 7 Middling score with solid theme song.
Editing 8 Tight and engaging, though the motorcycle chase sequence could have been about half as long.
Effects 8.5 Stunts and effects continue to remain strong, especially with an increased amount of hand-to-hand combat sequences.
Costumes 7.5 So-so. Brosnan's suits are as sharp as any ever worn by a 007 actor. Pryce's look is a little too on-point as an off brand Steve Jobs .
Personal Score 3

Score - 68 / 100

Film Score
GoldenEye 86
Goldfinger 85
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 82
The Spy Who Loved Me 80
From Russia With Love 76
The Living Daylights 75
You Only Live Twice 73
License to Kill 72
Dr. No 70
The Man with the Golden Gun 68
Tomorrow Never Dies 68
Live and Let Die 66
Thunderball 61
A View to a Kill 59
Moonraker 59
For Your Eyes Only 55
Octopussy 48
Diamonds Are Forever 37

Bonus Category!

So for each movie my wife and I will be enjoying a spirit or cocktail that relates to the film. Back to basics again for this installment. A good ol' fashioned dry martini the usual way -- shaken, not stirred.

• 4 measures vodka
• 1 measure dry vermouth
• Lemon (garnish)

Combine vodka and vermouth in a shaker. Shake over ice. Garnish with lemon, if desired.

So what do you folks think? How does Tomorrow Never Dies fare in your opinion?

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The Gentleman's Reading List #6: Fiction Week

Evening, gents! Hope you're having an easy and enjoyable week, this time around I thought we'd take a break from more serious material (#7 is gonna take some brainpower) to share some of our favorite fiction. Could be fun, I'm not really sure, maybe you guys like my regular non-fiction picks more - let's see.
Casino Royale by Ian Flemming
How could I not mention James Bond? The international man of mystery on Her Majesty's Secret Service is the quintessentially classic gentleman's gentleman. He's capable because he knows things, he's creative and he's very resourceful. Then most of the time he just binge drinks, chain smokes and eats chicken sandwiches. If you've never read a 007 book, you might as well start with the first: Casino Royale.
Flying Finish by Dick Francis
Dick Francis was a very distinguished man on his own, having once ridden the Queen Mother's horse in the Grand National race with a surprising twist. He writes mystery novels, mostly, that involve horse racing to some degree. I chose Flying Finish because the main character is a son of a lord who hates the elitism of his family and their life, so he joins the middle class. Very enjoyable read.
Why Call Them Back From Heaven by Clifford D Simak
Here's a pick I gotta include by one of the true legends of classic science fiction. WCTBFH tells the story of a world where everyone lives in poverty and squalor because all the world's money goes to the Forever Center: A corporation dedicated to curing death, who'll freeze you upon death to wake you up when they crack the secret of immortality. With a very sci-fi premise, WCTBFH has deeply religious and spiritual themes. Some characters have real trouble reconciling endless life with their relationship to God, others become devoted followers of the Center, and others get too close to the truth. It's a fantastic read, and not too long to get through in a weekend.
1984 by George Orwell
1984, or as I like to call it, Present Day Britain, should be a fairly familiar tale to most of us here. It's the story of a manipulative, invasive government that controls it's people with an automatic brainwashing method called doublethink, and cripples their thoughts with a gutted version of English called newspeak. There are microphones in every corner, cameras in every TV and a TV on every wall. Big Brother is always watching.
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
I can't let 1984 slide without also mentioning Brave New World, a book written in response to 1984 by one of Orwell's university professors, Aldous Huxley. He tells a story in stark contrast to 1984, but with haunting parallels. Instead of the government using fear and manipulation to keep it's people compliant, the world of Brave New World uses distraction, pleasure, a drug called Soma, and raises people from the womb with sleep hypnosis and drug mixtures to always be friendly and know their place. There were no marriages and no families. You could just ask someone for sex and they'd usually say yes, because everyone belongs to everyone else. Much like 1984, news and literature are heavily suppressed and education is severely stunted except for the chosen few who get to be 'alphas'.
Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk
What can I even say about Haunted? It's less a book to read and more of an experience to endure. It's a series of short stories, some of which might be true, that are told by people who answered an ad for a Writers' Retreat, wherein they... Well, shit gets wild. I'm not ashamed to say that some of what's in Haunted is truly, genuinely disturbing. On the book tour, Chuck recites one of the stories and has said that people have cried, puked, even fainted when they heard it. Some stories are very cool, though - like The Nightmare Box and Civil Twilight. Give it a go, it's a hell of a ride.
That's it from me for now, lads! Don't be shy, leave your own suggestions in the comments and I'll catch up with you guys soon. Happy reading!
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In 2002, Queen Elizabeth II attended the premiere of the 20th James Bond film. I'm sure she never gave it a public review. But I sure will. A deeper look at Die Another Day (2002)

Hey folks! I'm planning on watching all 23 of the James Bond films between now and the release of Spectre in November. 007 films have always been my guilty pleasure and I thought it might be worth trying to have a more analytical discussion about them. If you all are interested, I'll be posting one of these discussions/reviews every 2 weeks. So here goes!



This film has so many issues, it is difficult to decide where to start. As much as I want to just start ripping into the actors, the proper place to begin would be the script. I am positively baffled. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade return again to pen the script for Die Another Day. I don't know if the script was rushed or whether there were some sort of studio politics that drastically altered it for one reason or another but this humongous turd feels so unlike anything the pair had put out before or have put out since. From start to finish, the entire script feels hokey. It is empty, inauthentic, and overly stylized. It feels as though the characters should high five each other and say, "F**k yeah, action movie!" after every single line of dialogue.

When the script isn't serving up contrived action-speak, it's full of pointless, banal dialogue. Entire conversations (e.g. the introductory conversation between Bond and Jinx) do virtually nothing to develop character or plot. Gags are thrown in, completely at random, without any regard to the flow of the story or relevance to the plot (e.g. the Moneypenny fantasy scene at the end). The entire film tries so agonizingly hard to be cool, funny, and smart and fails so miserably.

Apart from Rosamund Pike, every single actor and actress in this film falls flat on their face. Halle Berry and Toby Stephens turn in two of the worst performances I've ever seen. Stephens overacts every scene he's in and Berry's performance is on par with a 1980s after school special. Seriously, just pick a line and it'll be a perfect example. I mean she makes a "yo mama" joke for god's sake. Jinx unequivocally belongs among the absolute worst of 007's companions -- worse even than some of my previous least favorites: Rosie Carver (Live and Let Die), Tiffany Case (Diamonds Are Forever), and Mary Goodnight (The Man with the Golden Gun).

As for the plot, my criticism is the same as everyone else's. DAD suffers from the inevitable trap of escalation. Any time you have a franchise like this, the plots need to continually have higher stakes in order to bring audiences back. Unless you're rebooting the series, what reason do people have to come back unless things are going to be bigger, badder, and more perilous than ever, right? Well that's what the studio figured, anyway. This leaves us with a space laser attacking invisible cars, melting ice palaces, and creating tidal waves for our protagonist to surf upon. The film becomes hyperbolized without being intentionally satirical -- a bad combination.

Look and Sound

From the very get-go, the film starts off on the wrong foot. A crummy electronica remix of the Bond theme paired with a terrible CGI bullet flying at the screen during the gun barrel sequence establishes that this film is going to do everything possible to seem as contemporary as it can -- at whatever cost. After watching some puzzlingly bad green screen effects (I thought we had finally fixed this...) during the cold open, we are thrust into one of the worst intro songs of the series. Madonna's auto-tuned bubblegum pop is spared the title of Worst Song thanks only in part to the equally terrible '80s love ballads during the Roger Moore era.

It's rare that the editing of a film is so bad as to be noticeable. This is one of those instances. This particular scene is the perfect example of how much of a technical trainwreck this film is. It gets everything wrong. In addition to the terrible dialogue and acting, the editor, Christian Wagner, made a mess of the scene. The framing continually jumps back and forth between close ups and medium shots with erratic and awkward timing. And if that’s not jarring enough, Wagner continually cuts between sentences. Editing 101 will teach you that to properly cut a conversation between two people, you execute what is called an L cut. The L cut will often play out in such a way that the person not facing screen will begin talking first. At an appropriate time, the shot will cut (mid-sentence or, if there is an action performed by the speaker, mid-action) to show the speaker speaking. This is because we, as humans, don’t always look at someone before they speak. Our eyes may be fixated on something else and their speech will draw our eyes to them. Wagner fails miserably at this throughout the entire film.

Director Lee Tamahori fails at every aspect of directorial duties. Not only did he fail to pull an iota of decent acting material from his cast, but the visual decisions he made are ludicrous. To explain what I mean, I would like to formally nominate this little sequence for the Single Worst Scene in James Bond's Entire 53 Year History award. It is so bafflingly terrible, I struggle with where to start. From a narrative standpoint, we are meant to believe that Bond, using the… power of… his traumatic past (…?) was able to fake a heart attack by willing his heart down to 14 bps before assaulting multiple doctors, using six words to sexually arouse the third (who, while the other doctors were being assaulted, stood by with a look that can only be described as mild inconvenience), and sneaking into a 5-star hotel located conveniently just across the bay from the hospital — all while in his pajamas.

From a stylistic point of view, it's even worse. In fact, I can use this specific scene to address just about every issue I have with the overall aesthetic of DAD. The low shutter speed slow-mo (seen in the previous clip and used frequently throughout the film), ultra high contrast color, speed ramps (seen in the previous clip as well as in this scene), and multiple instances of superimposed montages are horrible. I mean just downright… asinine. This is a multimillion dollar Hollywood film — not a 1998 anti-piracy commercial.

Finally, the issue that most folks have with the film: the CGI. This scene always comes to mind when people discuss their grievances with DAD. Rightfully so. The damn thing is nearly 100% CGI and it doesn't look remotely realistic. The lack of practical stunts completely ruins any sense of tension for a given situation.

Callbacks, Recurrences, and Tropes

DAD is frequently criticized for its vast collection of shoehorned callbacks to previous Bond films on account of this being the 40th anniversary of the franchise. Some are more obvious than others. The following is a list of the props that appear during the briefing sequence:

• Col. Klebb's poison-tipped shoe and Bond's briefcase from From Russia With Love
• Snorkel with a bird on it from Goldfinger
• The jetpack from Thunderball
• Little Nellie from You Only Live Twice
• The grappling gun from the elevator scene in Diamonds Are Forever
• The Acrostar jet and the crocodile submarine from Octopussy

Additional references throughout the film:

• When Bond is in Cuba, he picks up a book called Bird Watching in the West Indies. This is a reference to the fact that Ian Fleming was reading a similar book and liked the name of the author, James Bond, and decided to use it as the name of his protagonist in his first book, Casino Royale.

• When Q first introduces Bond to the Vanisher, Bond sees the invisible car appear and says, "you must be joking." Q responds with, "as I learned from my predecessor, I never joke about my work, 007." This is almost the verbatim discussion between Bond and Q in Goldfinger when Q mentions that the Aston Martin DB5 has an ejector seat.

• Q also assigns Bond a new gadget-clad watch. He remarks that it's Bond's 20th. This refers to DAD being the 20th film in the franchise.

• Finally, during an underwater sequence, Bond uses a rebreather. It is the same one as Connery used in Thunderball.

• Bonus reference: When Bond is talking to Q (John Cleese, mind you) he refers to another character's injury as a "flesh wound," a reference to a line spoken by Cleese in Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

The roster of returning characters contains no surprises. Judy Dench reprises her role as M, Samantha Bond returns as Moneypenny, Colin Salmon returns as MI6 staff member Charles Robinson (reprising the role from Tomorrow Never Dies and The World is Not Enough). The only major change is John Cleese officially taking over the role of Q from Desmond Llewelyn.

DAD contains many of the typical tropes but with a little added spin. The gun barrel sequence is present but has been updated to include a (terribly unnecessarily) CGI bullet that flies toward the screen. The title sequence and theme song are also present. This title sequence is one of only two (the other being On Her Majesty's Secret Service) that covers plot. In DAD, we watch as Bond is tortured in North Korea.

Bond delivers his iconic name introduction and makes a reference to his preference to shaken martinis while encountering turbulence on a flight, however aside from there, there aren't many more of the typical Bond Tropes. No provocative character names, no card games, no train fights, etc.

Overall Impression

This movie just plain ol' sucks. The only thing that remains left to be said is that this film just simply doesn’t feel like a James Bond film. It feels like a bad late-‘90s/early-2000s superhero film. Tell me this guy doesn’t look like he belongs in the 2005 Fantastic Four movie.

Quick Hits

Category Score Note
Writing 2 God awful. Dull dialogue, campy plot.
Directing 1 Every single decision was a terrible one. From camerawork to stylistic decisions with the overall look, Tamahori is a complete disaster.
Acting 3 All three of these points come solely from Pike's performance. Berry and Stephens are two of the worst actors in the entire series and that includes this guy.
Cinematography 3 I can't say it any more succinctly. The whole film feels like a "You Wouldn't Download a Car" ad.
Production Design 6 Lamont's usual top-notch work is undone by the requirement to use such outlandish sets and props
Score 5 Techno-y, pop-y, lousy.
Editing 2 Choppy, amateurish.
Effects 1 Not only are these abominations bad in context of prior Bond films, but for 2002 these effects are/were an absolute disgrace.
Costumes 6 Bond, Jinx, and Frost all look good for the most part. Graves' robo-suit looks stupid.
Personal Score 1

Score - 30 / 100

Film Score
GoldenEye 86
Goldfinger 85
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 82
The Spy Who Loved Me 80
The World is Not Enough 79
From Russia With Love 76
The Living Daylights 75
You Only Live Twice 73
License to Kill 72
Dr. No 70
The Man with the Golden Gun 68
Tomorrow Never Dies 68
Live and Let Die 66
Thunderball 61
A View to a Kill 59
Moonraker 59
For Your Eyes Only 55
Octopussy 48
Diamonds Are Forever 37
Die Another Day 30

Bonus Category!

So for each movie my wife and I will be enjoying a spirit or cocktail that relates to the film. Die Another Day is credited for reviving the general public's interest in mojitos. In honor of such an accomplishment, we couldn't help but enjoy a couple ourselves.

• 1 measure white rum
• 1 tsp sugar (or simple syrup)
• mint leaves
• lime juice
• club soda

Combine rum, sugasyrup, and lime in a shaker. Shake over ice. Pour over ice into a highball glass and top off with club soda. Garnish with mint leaves (crush them up a bit to release extra minty goodness).

So what do you folks think? How does Die Another Day fare in your opinion?

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A deeper look at James Bond's Dr. No (1962)

Hey folks! I'm planning on watching all 23 of the James Bond films between now and the release of Spectre in November. 007 films have always been my guilty pleasure and I thought it might be great to have a serious, analytical discussion about them. If you all are interested, I'll be posting one of these analyses/reviews every 1-2 weeks. So here goes!

Dr. No (1962)

Setting the Tone
So while Dr. No may not be the greatest of the Bond films, it is surely one of the most fun to look at and listen to. There are basically three (well sort of four) men that were crucial in setting the tone for Dr. No. These guys were Ken Adam, Maurice Binder, and (depending on who you ask) either Monty Norman or John Barry.
  1. It would be totally unthinkable to have a James Bond film without a stunning intro credit sequence, even today when a vast majority of films restrict all credits to the end of the film. That is all thanks to Binder. Without the context of the remaining 22 films in the series, this sequence seems an undeniably strange start to an action film. Bold colors and hectic movement fill the screen before cutting to mild imagery of ladies dancing and the silhouette of three blind men shuffling along. Of course we know now that this was the mere humble beginnings of great sequences to come.
  2. Now the intro wouldn't be what it is without a very distinct theme song. Without getting into the details of the legal battle that followed, Monty Norman and John Barry contributed (though both argued it was theirs and theirs alone) to the creation of the iconic James Bond Theme Song. Speaking of tradition, it should be noted that Dr. No is one of only two Bond films to date without an intro song performed over the credits (the other being On Her Majesty's Secret Service). Instead, we are given a rendition of Three Blind Mice that carries us into the action. Wild for the time, no doubt, but pretty goofy in retrospect.
  3. Now the big name here to remember is Ken Adam. More than any director who ever put their hands on the 007 franchise, THIS is the guy who shaped everything you recognize about James Bond as well as most espionage films in general. Adam is a production designer who orchestrated the creation of the sets for many of the early Bond films, this one included. What do you think of when you picture a spy movie? Super villain? Evil lair? Perhaps something like this entire scene?
    That distinct mid-century-modern-inspired retrofuturism (or I suppose at the time they just called it futuristic) with its sleek machinery and sparsely decorated, cavernous lairs are Adam's signature style. As I alluded to earlier, the popularization of this style in Dr. No still carries over into films today.
Simply put, the writing is pretty plain. The plot is very straightforward. Ally is killed, hero goes to investigate, attempts to thwart bad guy. End of story. The villain's motivations are pretty simplistic… but that doesn't strike me as too surprising. How many films before 1962 employed the megalomaniac super villain? Like many after him, Dr. No's plan is essentially:
Perhaps the biggest knock on the writing is the characters. Now obviously this is a popcorn flick and people will always argue that fully-fleshed out characters don't matter in films like this but I would similarly argue that no film can be made worse by decent character development. To play devil's advocate, though, what happens if Dr. No sets that precedent? What if Dr. No dives into the territory that we reach nearly 50 years later with Casino Royale? What if we start studying the value of life and what it means to take it away? What if we analyze love and loss? Does the 007 series still span 50 years and 24 movies or is it possible to max out development for one character? Do we perhaps require Bond to be two dimensional for decades at a time with occasional spurts of introspection every few movies?
Well for the meantime, James is just a person-shaped piece of cardboard dressed like a spy. Heck, even that is in question. One of the charms of this first installment is that Bond isn't quite what we'd think of as a spy. He acts as more a detective. He's sent on a mission to figure out this mysterious death and the audience sort of meanders around Jamaica with him as he uncovers clue after clue.
Much has been documented over the years on the blatant misogyny of Bond films so I won't delve too far into that topic at the moment. Needless to say, Ursula Andress' Honey Rider is nothing more than a trophy with little to nothing to add to the progression of the plot.
Directing / Acting
Terence Young, being the producers' fifth choice at director, adds little to the overall product. The camerawork is vanilla -- not bad by any means but not spectacular. And while the majority of his acting talent were little more than B actors and unknowns, the tone of the acting is one of tepidness. Look at most television series. Characters' personalities in the early seasons usually tend to be considerably more mild than later seasons. On the one hand you don't want to go overboard lest you alienate a potential fanbase and on the other, the actors simply haven't gotten comfortable in their roles yet. Connery seems rigid. The quips aren't yet natural and the actions (especially those in fight scenes) seem especially forced. All of this will be rectified in time, of course.
The lighting is one of Dr. No's weakest points. The film looks like an espionage agency stumbled onto the set of a soap opera. Everything is grossly over-lit. There isn't nearly enough contrast in any shot, the overhead and backlights stood out to me in a few scenes as being a bit too hot, and the film relies a few times on the always flawed day-for-night style of shooting.
Bond Tropes
A big part of what makes a Bond movie a Bond movie is the traditions. Many of them got their start in this very first installment. There is the barrel sequence, the wild titles, the cheeky banter with Moneypenny, a brief with M at MI6 HQ, a meet up with CIA agent Felix Lieter, a Bond girl with a provocative/amusing name, a card game played in a luxurious hotel, and of course the always famous line, "Bond, James Bond."
Overall Impression
For as much as it seems like I've ripped into Dr. No, it is actually among my favorite Bond films. It doesn't deserve a spot in the pantheon of the cinematic elite, but at no point was it trying to. It was a simple spy thriller that was meant to carry the audience into an exotic world of beautiful women, daring escapes, and amusing action. I am very fond Adam's 1960s portrait and I will be hard-pressed to find a tune more catchy and sexy than the James Bond Theme. It fills me with unabashed anticipation every time I watch it, knowing that there are 50 years, six Bonds, one Paul McCartney song, a few ridiculous moon lasers, and countless worldwide adventures lying ahead.
Quick Hits
Category Score Note
Writing 6 Flat characters, generic plot
Directing 7 Competent without being outstanding
Acting 7 Bernard Lee rocks, Connery shows potential
Cinematography 5 Unrealistic stage lighting, bland camerawork
Production Design 10 Awesome mid-century modern look
Score 8 Catchy, sexy, groovy
Editing 7 Works best when you don't notice it, not great in fight scenes
Special Effects 6 Okay for the time, looks dated now
Costumes 7 '60s suits are stunning. Evil lair costumes are a bit... silly.
Personal Score 7
Score - 70 / 100
Bonus Category!!
So for each movie my wife and I will be enjoying a spirit or cocktail that relates to the film. For Dr. No, we started off with a basic medium-dry martini with a garnish of lime.
  • 4 measures vodka
  • Dash of vermouth
  • Ice
  • Lime garnish
Shake alcohol over ice, serve in martini glass with lime wedge for garnish.

So what do you folks think? How does Dr. No rank for you? What do you think about the correlation to 2D action heroes and longevity of a film series? And is there anything I didn't hit on that you love/hate/want to discuss?

I'll be screening From Russia with Love sometime around Feb. 21 and will post sometime the following week.
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November 9, 2012. /r/JamesBond. The minute I see a guy ordering a dry martini made up of three measures of Gordon's, one of Vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet with a large thin slice of lemon peel, shaken and not stirred, I'm marrying him.


1,388 Recruited Agents in 2 Years
It's Friday! And you know what that means, right? Partyin' partyin' YA!. You know what that link is. Just click it and watch the full video. No one is around to judge you and you know you want to. I think my favorite part of that song is when she says "Yesterday was Thursday. Today is Friday. Tomorrow is Saturday. And Sunday comes afterwards." I think it's very educational for those who don't know their days of the week.
But seriously, today is Friday. Which means Skyfall comes out. Now if you watched the Friday video above, you have to watch the Skyfall trailer. And if you don't, congratulations, you just decided that Rebecca Black is more deserving of your time than James Bond.
Those of you who are lucky enough to have already watched Skyfall, such as the goddamn lucky bastard Brits, I hope you get mauled by a bear.
But /JamesBond isn't just about Skyfall. It's about everything James Bond. Want to talk about Casino Royale, the book. No problem. Want to talk about how Pussy Galore was different in the book and movie, go for it. Spoiler alert: She's a lesbian in the book.
But speaking of Skyfall, the theme song (Sung my Adele) is damn near close to as good as Goldfinger.
Now before we get to the interview, let's play a game of name that toon. Ready? Daanaa nuuu daanaa nuuu danandanandan. Dun dun dun dun dun dun dun dun. Dun dun dun dun dun dun. Dun dun dun dun dun dun. Dun dun dun dun dun dun. Dun dun dun dun dun dun dun. Bow now bow nowwwwww bow now nowwwwww bow nowwwwww bow now nowwwwwww. Bow now bow nowwwww bow now nowwwwww bow nowwwwww bow now nowwwwwww. Bow now bownow bownow bow now bownow bownow bow now bownow bonow bow now bowbonow. Daanaa nuuu daanaa nuuu danandanandan.
I'll give you a clue: It's not the James Bond theme.

1. Is /JamesBond more about the books, the movies, or both?

BearFromPhilly/JamesBond is just that, anything James Bond! We encourage everything from the books, movies, video-games, and anything else even remotely Bond-related. Unlike some other subreddits, we're very laid back, we don't really have any rules besides the removal of blatant spam. I personally don't enjoy the schisms that other subreddits seem to experience, hence why I asked lazerwolf852 to merge his existing /JamesBond007 with ours.
lazerwolf852As a 007 fan, I find it hard to compartmentalize all the different mediums that this character is utilized in. I mean, the films are going to be first and foremost in my mind, but I love that he's so adaptable and when I think "James Bond," I automatically relate it to everything he' been in. It's actually these different evolutions of the character that have helped him stand the test of time. He changes with the times and the medium. We all have different values in approaching a new film, book, video game, etc. and being vocal about that is fun. That's why a community like this sub is so great...that's why being a James Bond fan is so great.
SinatraFan77Our sub-reddit is much more defined towards that of the movies, but talks about about the books exist and are encouraged!

2. How would you rank the James Bond actors from favorite to least favorite?

BearFromPhillyMoore is my absolute favorite, which is apparently quite unusual in the Bond-fan community, but that is alright. After that I would tie Connery and Brosnan, as Connery is the most widely recognized Bond figure, while Brosnan has the perfect mix of intelligence, wit, and action. After those three, I would say Timothy Dalton, who I think played a fantastic Bond (I actually just watched The Living Daylights on BBC America last night before The Walking Dead) I believe he would have been more popular had he a chance to star as Bond more than twice. The I would say Daniel Craig is my least favorite Bond; this is another controversial view, but I just don't think he portrays the Bond I grew up with. I do think, however, that he would do fantastically in a Bourne Identity type role.
(I don't even count Lazenby, I have an , unreasonable hatred for him as an actor, and especially as Bond.)
lazerwolf852I gotta go Connery at first. He set the standard and I cannot imagine the character without picturing him. Then it's Dalton, Craig, Moore, Brosnan, Lazenby. Don't get me wrong...I don't dislike any of them.
SinatraFan77Personally, mine goes- Connery, Brosnan, Craig, Dalton, Moore, Lazenby.

3. What's your favorite book and/or movie?

BearFromPhillyMy favorite Book is Dr. No probably because it was the first Bond book I ever read. My favorite movie is Live and Let die, although it was a total Exploitation film, Baron Samedi is my favorite Bond villain by far. I was actually fascinated with the Baron Samedi of Haitian Loa fame.
(Not to mention, 'dat theme song.)
lazerwolf852My favorite book is Casino Royale. I've read it a number of times and there's just something so fully realized about the character and the world he lives in there. It's really a small scale story and because of that, we see exactly who he is. My favorite movie is On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Lazenby may not be the best Bond, but this movie has the most impressive action sequences of any modern film. But it's everything: the style, the music, the story, the cast.
SinatraFan77My favorite movie is The Man With the Golden Gun and Goldeneye.

4. If you could work for MI6, which character would you want to work fowith?

BearFromPhillyI would definitely want to work in a Felix Leiter role, always working behind the scenes to assist Bond and save him when he least expects it
lazerwolf852Come on. Who doesn't want to be James Bond, himself? The perks would definitely be worth the risks.
SinatraFan77That's a great question. Obviously, I would want to go on a mission with 007 and do all that he does best. I'd also like to be Q's official gadget tester. I'd even settle to file Moneypenny's papers.

5. What expectations do you have for Skyfall?

BearFromPhillyAs I mentioned previously, I'm not the biggest Daniel Craig fan, I was very disappointed with both Casino Royale and Quantum Of Solace. However, from what I've heard so far, this film is going to be less random action scenes and more of the suave secret agent I know and love.
lazerwolf852For me personally, this has to be the most anticipated Bond film of my lifetime. It's been 4 years since the last, Craig is still there, there's an amazing cast and filmmakers behind it and the reviews have been phenomenal. I cannot wait.
SinatraFan77I have extremely high hopes for Skyfall. While Craig may not be my favorite Bond, he is far from the worst and his own style comes off well. The hype this movie has received has been almost completely positive, along with the fact that the premise of the movie is perfectly set for Craig's take on James Bond, sets up for one I cannot wait to see and, I think, a possible chance at being one of the all-time greats.

6. What do you have to say to those who think James Bond is "meh"?

BearFromPhillyGive it a shot! All of the Bond films are different. If you start with something as mediocre as...well...anything with Lazenby, I can pretty much guarantee you won't enjoy Bond. I would recommend starting with Dr. No and working your way up from there.
If you reach the Brosnan era and you still don't like it, then I'm sad to say its just not for you.
lazerwolf852Simply put, they're wrong. James Bond is a cultural institution. Each film is a product of it's time. Each film is basically a benchmark of the year it was released. They not only display the cutting edge filmmaking techniques of the day, but also help to paint in the political and social issues of the time. They aren't just fun. They are important. Let's hope for another 50 years.
SinatraFan77James Bond is not a movie for everyone. However, it takes a very different person than I to not find enjoyment from some of the movies. While arguments against the series fall in place of "They are all the same, the repeat, they are over the top etc. etc." that is one of Bond's styles. Bond is not going to have a movie about him raising a kid named Charles and getting a day-job at the local pub. He is going to kick ass, and he is going to do it well. The movies all have their own styles, own premises, and their own flair to go with them. The only combining element in the movies is that the main character's name is James Bond, Agent 007.
Happy Friday! So while we're at it, be sure to comment your own answers to the questions. Go watch Skyfall, then get drunk. Unless you're watching it at midnight. Then you probably have school/work tomorrow morning. If that's the case, don't get drunk before going to class/work. Actually, class is fine. I've gone drunk to class before. No one will notice if you sit in the back.
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Title Sequence Tournament Round 1 !

Just like we promised last week the 007 Title sequence Tournament begins today.
You can vote for the first 6 matchups here
You can vote for the other 5 matchups (because Surveymonkey allows only 10 at a page -.-) right here
NSNA is not part of this tournament as it doesn't feature typical Bond title sequence and it is not "official" Bond film and that's why CR skips the first round as a winner of the "Best Bond Film" and "Best Bond Theme Song" tournaments/threads.
And here are the title sequences in case you've forgot them. (With their gunbarrels which are not technically part of the title sequence but you can see them anyway)
From Russia With Love
You Only Live Twice
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Diamonds Are Forever
Live and Let Die
The Man With The Golden Gun
The Spy Who Loved Me
For Your Eyes Only
A View To A Kill
The Living Daylights
Licence To Kill
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World Is Not Enough
Die Another Day
Quantum of Solace
For the next round:
Casino Royale
For good measure:
Never Say Never Again
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Adam Savage's EDC & Buyers Guide

NY Paul Smith 25th Anniversary Apple Print Billfold
I couldn't find these for sale anywhere but here are two very similar wallets available by Paul Smith.
iPhone 5 - Sector 5 SE Case
Remove Before Flight Keychain
SanDisk Cruzer Fit
Fenix LD01 Flashlight*
There is a chance that this isn't the exact model but it's the closest I could find.
In this video Adam states that the Fenix was just a stand in for a lost JETBeam E3S
Fisher Space Pen
Field Notes (hay) Memo Pad
Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean
Adams is the 007 (Casino Royal) replica, I couldn't find a current sale with paperwork included.
Adam wears a 'Sic Parvis Magna' ring on his right hand as worn by Drake in the Uncharted Game Series. Seen in the EDC video here, there are many places a replica will be available but knowing what Adam is like he likely got it on theRPF here.
Full Album Link here.
Full Videos Linked here & here.
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Title Sequence Tournament - CHAMPION !

After few weeks (a Month) of voting in the best title sequence tournament it all ended up with a match-up between Goldfinger and Casino Royale.
Two title sequences from differen eras of 007.
Craig vs Connery
La Chiffre vs Auric
And in the end your votes decided that best Title Sequence of the entire 007 Franchise has..
Casino Royale defeated Goldfinger with 18 - 11.
So far Casino Royale is undefeated in the tournaments of /JamesBond previously winning the award for BEST MOVIE and BEST THEME SONG.
The tournaments of /JamesBond will return..
Until then, stay safe and Bond on..
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Movie Dicks for February 7, 2017: "Baffling Bonds"

You will be shaken AND stirred by:

Baffling Bonds

This month is the 55th anniversary of when Ian Fleming started writing the first James Bond novel, Casino Royale. To commemorate, let's look at some of the adaptations that may have made him regret doing it. We start with Connery's final Bond film (until he decided to come back again — twice) as he battles SPECTRE, Blofeld, and the Japanese, jolting race relations back a decade. Then, Roger Moore launches Bond into OUTER SPAAAAAACE! Take that, Star Wars! Finally, we will learn why Pierce Brosnan's last Bond film was his last Bond film. Enjoy an invisible car, a palace made of ice, a Korean villain with diamonds embedded in his face, and Halle Berry attempting to act. It is a license to kill... yourself with laughter and confusion on Movie Dicks!   The show begins at 8:00 PM CST in the PreRec Twitch chat.


You Only Live Twice (1967): Agent 007 and the Japanese secret service ninja force must find and stop the true culprit of a series of spacejackings before nuclear war is provoked. Directed by Lewis Gilbert, starring Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsuro Tamba, Teru Shimada, Karin Dor, Charles Gray, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewlyn, Lois Maxwell and Donald Pleasance.   Moonraker (1979): James Bond investigates the mid-air theft of a space shuttle and discovers a plot to commit global genocide. Directed by Lewis Gilbert, starring Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Richard Kiel, Corinne Clery, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewlyn and Lois Maxwell.   Die Another Day (2002): James Bond is sent to investigate the connection between a North Korean terrorist and a diamond mogul who is funding the development of an international space weapon. Directed by Lee Tamahori, starring Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike, Toby Stephens, Rick Yune, Judi Densch, Michael Madsen, Will Yun Lee, Kenneth Tsang and John Cleese.  
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Bond Movies Of The Week: "Unofficial Bond movies"

James Bond is the highest grossing franchise of all time.
It is a franchise that has following throughout the entire world.
The novels by Ian Fleming, became a global phenomenon. The franchise about 007 inspired many young authors to start writing books, to dream that one day they will act in a Bond movie, even to spoof the world's most famous agent. Throughout the 50 years of Bond we've seen many parodies of the Bond movies, and many movies that were inspired by the majesty's agent.
But 3 movies will always be remembered as the movies that are the "bastard child" of the franchise. Bond movies that are not actually Bond movies. Bond movies that did not had the support by MGM, and movies that are really controversial. (while we are at the subject of controversy I would like to mention that throughout the 50years of Bond as we know it, MGM had many issues with the rights of Bond, and there were couple of Bond movies that were never made, but these 3 actually made it).
It all starts in 1954 with the first ecranisation of Fleming's first novel about 007. Casino Royale starring Barry Nelson Jimmy/James Bond.
If you haven't seen this episode/movie than you can check it out on YouTube by simply clicking at this link.
The Daniel Craig and Nelson were not the only actors to portray Bond in a Bond movie called "Casino Royale". In 1967 a parody/comedy version of Fleming's novel even gets an Oscar nomination for the movie named "Casino Royale" and it has Peter Sellers, Ursula Anders, David Niven, Dalliah Lavi, Terence Cooper, and even Woody Allen playing the role of Mr. Bond. I know that this sounds crazy to you but in the movie it makes sense, so you should check that one out if you want to see the "official" James Bond parody.
The most famous "unofficial" (or non-MGM) Bond movie is Never Say Never Again, and it has the original James Bond, Sean Connery in the role that brought him fame- Agent 007. Unlike the previous 2 movies this is more of an actual James Bond movie than the both versions of Casino Royale.
This will be a special week for BMOTW series cause instead of one you get to rate 4 (!!) Bond movies.
In the comment section bellow leave your ratings for SkyFall, Casino Royale (1954), Casino Royale (1967), and Never Say Never Again.
You can also write your review and your thoughts about the 3 Bond movies of the week.
If you haven't seen the 3 "unofficial" Bond movies you can see Casino Royale (1954): here.
And you can purchase video/BluRay/DVD of Casino Royale (1967):
here, here, and here
For Never Say Never Again just click here, here, or here.
And now it's time to see how did you rate Quantum Of Solace last week:
# Rating Name of Movie
1. 9.5 Casino Royale (2006)
2. 9.2 GoldFinger
3. 8.7 GoldenEye
4. 8.6 Licence To Kill
5. 8.4 The Living Daylights
6. 8.2 From Russia With Love
7. 8.2 The Spy Who Loved Me
8. 8.2 Dr.No
9. 8.0 For Your Eyes Only
10. 7.8 ThunderBall
11. 7.6 On Her Majesty's Secret Service
12. 7.3 You Only Live Twice
13. 7.2 Live And Let Die
14. 6.2 Quantum Of Solace
15. 6.2 The Man With The Golden Gun
16. 5.6 The World Is Not Enough
17. 5.6 A View To A Kill
18. 5.6 Tomorrow Never Dies
19. 5.1 MoonRaker
20. 4.6 Octopussy
21. 4.2 Diamonds Are Forever
22. 2.3 Die Another Day
Kind of surprisingly but Quantum Of Solace with a score of 6,2 gets the (un)lucky 13th spot in the list.
Do you think that any of the last 4 movies in the series can make major stir ups in the list ? Are the "unofficial" Bond movies the worst? Is the newest Bond the best? Follow our threads to find out.
Note: If most of you haven't seen the 3 movies mentioned in the thread, and think that it will take longer than a week (for any reason) to see all 3 movies, we will have another BMOTW next week, if not next week we will have our grand BMOTW finale where we will see the final results of this series.
I hope that you are enjoying this series, and as always whatever you are doing stay safe and Bond on.
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