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?
Roger Moore enters the Bond franchise with a bang, and I am forced to admit that it’s nowhere near as terrible as I thought it would be.
A review of Diamonds Are Forever, Sean Connery’s swansong in the canon Bond universe.
George Lazenby temporarily replaces Sean Connery as 007, and gives us all a film that can honestly be called a classic.
Dastardly plots and space rockets and a mini-helicopter and a villain with a cat and a volcano lair: what is there to possibly dislike in You Only Live Twice?
Thunderball marks the fourth outing for Sean Connery as James Bond and is one of the most successful films in the franchise–but how does it rate against the other films?
Goldfinger is one of the most iconic Bond films of all time–but is it my favourite in the series?
My review of From Russia With Love, the second part of my challenge to review all of the James Bond films. How does it stand up to Dr No?