A View to a Kill – James Bond Series – John Glen (Director) and Ian Fleming (Original Author)

"A little restless, but I got off eventually." - James Bond Amidst all the James Bond films Roger Moore did, A View To A Kill remains a polarising production. Sometimes seen as the baddest Bond episodes, with a Roger Moore too old for the role and a mediocre storyline, very strong words have been applied … Continue reading A View to a Kill – James Bond Series – John Glen (Director) and Ian Fleming (Original Author)

Octopussy – James Bond Film Series – John Glen (director) and Ian Fleming (original author)

My first James Bond experience. Since I was a kid, I knew of the James Bond film series. Of his adventures around the world and his many trials against antagonists endangering International Security. But though I had seen excerpts of Dr.No among my first James Bond discovery, Octopussy would be my first discovery of the … Continue reading Octopussy – James Bond Film Series – John Glen (director) and Ian Fleming (original author)

For Your Eyes Only – James Bond Series – John Glen (director)

"The Chinese have a saying; Before setting out for revenge, you first dig two graves." - James Bond After the space explosions and comedy of Moonnraker came another James Bond. Set in the 1980s. On more realistic grounds than the precedent which, although excellent, would still be impossible at this day and age. A Cold … Continue reading For Your Eyes Only – James Bond Series – John Glen (director)

Moonraker – James Bond Series – Lewis Gilbert (Director) and Ian Fleming (original author of the novels)

"Play it again, Sam." - James Bond Following the successful The Spy Who Loved Me, the James Bond series had to follow up with another thrilling success. And with the Star Wars mania seizing the world in 1977, Albert Broccoli had the best topic for his upcoming episode. A spatial adventure where Bond must recover … Continue reading Moonraker – James Bond Series – Lewis Gilbert (Director) and Ian Fleming (original author of the novels)

The Spy Who Loved Me – James Bond Series – Lewis Gilbert (Director)

"Nobody Does It Better!" - Lyric from the title song of the film When The Man With the Golden Gun was released in 1974, many critics had strong reaction over the film. Hating its final product, finding it mediocre and a bore. To a point that it affected the next production's release. With dreads that … Continue reading The Spy Who Loved Me – James Bond Series – Lewis Gilbert (Director)

The Man With The Golden Gun – James Bond Series – Guy Hamilton (director)

"Ours is the loneliest profession, Mr. Bond." - Scaramanga Following the successful Live and Let Die, Roger Moore continued his James Bond ride. Participating in The Man With The Golden Gun. Second episode co-starring Christopher Lee, legendary theatre/movie actor who worked on important horror films and in the Lord of The Rings and Hobbit trilogies. … Continue reading The Man With The Golden Gun – James Bond Series – Guy Hamilton (director)

Live And Let Die – James Bond Series – Guy Hamilton (director)

A fitting start for the launch of the Roger Moore arc Now that Sean Connery and George Lazenby were out of the James Bond adventure, the EON production team of Albert Broccoli had to find another actor for the role. And for that, they eventually returned to their first choice they had back before doing … Continue reading Live And Let Die – James Bond Series – Guy Hamilton (director)