The transition between the gaming industry and the movie industry has been a patchy one. Games don’t fair well when they are turned into movies, Super Mario Bros being an early example and Warcraft not doing much to buck the trend. … Continue reading Why Until Dawn is the game for movie fans
I’m going to pre-cursor this theory with a simple statement: This is my opinion of the series and not necessarily the intended view. It isn’t an original view, I’d heard it many times before and dismissed it as quickly but as … Continue reading Month of Bond: Why James Bond is a codename and not one man!
The final day of Month of Bond and fittingly I have finally seen them all! So all that is left is to put them in order, from worst to the best. Suitably there is a decent mix of the different Bond’s … Continue reading Month of Bond: Ranking every Bond film!
This is one of those posts I know will cause arguments. Everyone has their own criteria for what makes a good James Bond (or a bad one) and sometimes it doesn’t even matter how good the films themselves are. I think the … Continue reading Month of Bond: Who is the Best James Bond?
It takes more than just being sexy to be a Bond Girl. It seems just appearing as a female in a Bond film is enough to make you a Bond Girl but for me an effective Bond Girl matches Bond. She … Continue reading Month of Bond: (00)7 Best Bond Girls
After the success and quality of both Goldeneye and Tomorrow Never Dies, the exciting new direction of Pierce Brosnan’s Bond was never going to last. The World is Not Enough isn’t a terrible Bond film, (it is still better than almost all of Roger Moore’s) but compared to the first two in Brosnan’s tenure as James Bond, this film struggles. It starts strongly and has one of the best pre-credit openings that any Bond film does. It is the longest in the series so far and utilises that well. The chase down the Thames is an exciting one and it’s testament … Continue reading Month of Bond: The World is Not Enough (1999) Review
Tomorrow Never Dies is everything I want a Bond film to be. It has a great Bond, a kick-ass Bond Girl, a villain with a smart and effective scheme and best of all, some great, ambitious action sequences. Where Goldeneye … Continue reading Month of Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Review