Bond has his licence to kill revoked… but what about his licence to thrill? Read the sixteenth part of my challenge to find my favourite Bond film.
Timothy Dalton steps up to the plate in his first of two Bond films. But is he a good antidote to the camp of the Roger Moore era?
Roger Moore’s 007 swansong was made when he was 53 years old. New tricks for old dogs or in need of a facelift?
Terrible title, terrible film? Part thirteen of my quest to find my favourite Bond film.
After the awfulness of Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only comes a breath of fresh air in the James Bond franchise.
Moonraker: is it as bad as I remember it to be? Yes, yes it is.
The Spy Who Loved Me: a better Bond film than Goldfinger, and every bit as iconic.
Roger Moore’s second outing as Bond stars Christopher Lee and some of the most iconic images in the franchise since Goldfinger. But is it any good?