Skyfall

Skyfall

Posted on 11 November 2012

James Bond is back in Skyfall as the 007 franchise marks its 50th birthday with a film described by many critics as “the best Bond yet”.

The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me

Posted on 30 September 2011

Directed by Lewis Gilbert thus bond movie stars Roger Moore and Barbara Bach as Anya Amasova.

Quantum of Solace

Quantum of Solace

Posted on 11 November 2010

Unusually, “Quantum of Solace” is a direct sequel to “Casino Royale”, picking up the storyline with Bond bringing Mr White to M for interrogation.

Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die

Posted on 04 November 2010

With Connery having earned enough from “Diamonds are forever” to keep him in kilts for the rest of his life, the search was on yet again for an actor to embody the super spy.

The Man with the Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun

Posted on 29 October 2010

The Man with the Golden Gun plot concerns Scaramanga’s attempt to possess the solex device which he uses to power his solar gun, his plan being to make solar power widely available so that the oil barons will have to pay him to keep it off the market

Casino Royale

Casino Royale

Posted on 08 October 2010

Never had there been so much public opposition to the casting of James Bond. After Brosnan decided to quit the role considering himself to be too old for the part, the search was on again with hot favourites being Henry Cavall and Sam Worthington but the weather-beaten Daniel Craig made his debut as the toughest and most down to earth Bond ever seen.

Die Another Day

Die Another Day

Posted on 26 September 2010

Die Another Day was in many ways the final Bond film in the original continuing story of 007. The last outing for Brosnan who decided to hang up the Walther PPK, it’s sequel would controversially “reboot” the franchise, starting from a time before Bond earned his 007 status.

The World Is Not Enough

The World Is Not Enough

Posted on 23 September 2010

Bond is led to the crazed Renard, a man who is inching every day towards death as a bullet lodged in his skull works it’s way further and further into his brain, making him immune to pain.

Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies

Posted on 23 September 2010

The first Bond movie to be made without Cubby Broccoli at the helm, as he had died not long after finishing “Goldeneye”, “Tomorrow Never Dies” saw Brosnan’s Bond pitted against Elliot Carver, a media baron and megalomaniac who wants to pit the UK and China against each other to remove the current political system in china which is blocking his media empire from entering the country.

Goldeneye

Goldeneye

Posted on 23 September 2010

After an unprecedented break of six years, Bond was back in the suave Irish form of Pierce Brosnan. With expectations riding high, this film had a lot to live up to and it never failed to deliver.