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The World Is Not Enough

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The World Is Not Enough

Posted on 23 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

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.

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Tomorrow Never Dies

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Tomorrow Never Dies

Posted on 23 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

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.

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Ursula Andress

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Ursula Andress

Posted on 23 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

Honey Ryder is the first great Bond girl and one of the best, consistently voted in the top ten by fans of the franchise. She make her first appearance in “Doctor No” emerging Venus like from the sea clad only in a skimpy bikini and responds to Bond’s advances by pulling a knife on him.

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Goldeneye

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Goldeneye

Posted on 23 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

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.

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Timothy Dalton

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Timothy Dalton

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

Timothy Dalton was in the frame for the role after Sean Connery made his first disappearance from the part, but at the age of 22 he himself felt that he was too young for the role.

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Daniel Craig

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Daniel Craig

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

Never has there been so much public opposition to the casting of James Bond. When Daniel Craig was announced, the fans went on the offensive, usually via the internet.

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Licence To Kill

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Licence To Kill

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

The darkest, mort realistic and most violent Bond film yet, “Licence To Kill” was Timothy Dalton’s second and last appearance in the role.

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Sir Roger Moore CBE KBE

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Sir Roger Moore CBE KBE

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

The longest running James Bond, setting a record that is unlikely to ever be broken, Moore appeared in a total of seven films from the early seventies to the mid eighties, bringing a suave sophistication to the super spy and steering the franchise in a new direction for a new decade.

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The Living Daylights

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The Living Daylights

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

It was widely known that Pierce Brosnan was the producers preferred choice to replace Roger Moore, so the announcement that Timothy Dalton was to take up the Walther PPK came as something of a shock to Bond fans.

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A View To A Kill

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A View To A Kill

Posted on 17 September 2010 by Ajay Singh

Bond is back and he’s practically drawing his pension. Roger Moore’s final appearance was the 1984 blockbuster “A View To A Kill” and it’s not one of the best, hardly a fitting send off to the longest running Bond who had become synonymous with the character in the minds of the public.

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