Category: James Bond at 50

The sixth post in my “James Bond at 50” series focuses on the Daniel Craig Years. In my opinion, the reboot of the James Bond series by producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli has given the franchise new life. It was time to take Bond back to his roots and retell the story with a new generation in mind. I also …

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The fifth post in my “James Bond at 50” series focuses on the Pierce Brosnan Years. For me, the best of Brosnan’s four films was his first, 1995’s GoldenEye. While I enjoyed his next two Bond films, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough, I didn’t consider them very memorable. Brosnan’s last Bond film, Die Another Day, was a disappointment. Like many …

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The fourth post in my “James Bond at 50” series focuses on the Timothy Dalton Years. Dalton’s portrayal of James Bond is admittedly hard to gauge as, through no fault of his own, he only starred in two films. Producer Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli once said that it took three films for Sean Connery to make the character his …

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