FlixChatter Review – 1917 (2020)

When I heard that Sam Mendes, the Oscar winning director of American Beauty and one of my favorite “James Bond” films, Skyfall, was releasing a World War I film, I was beyond intrigued. Centered around the spring of 1917 during the German retreat to the Hindenburg Line during Operation Alberich, Mendes wanted to incorporate a …

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FlixChatter Review: SPECTRE (2015)

I wonder if the way I feel about the Bond song somehow impacts how I feel about the film itself. Some of my least favorite Bond songs are The Man with the Golden Gun, Die Another Day, and Quantum of Solace, and those are also my least favorite Bond films. I already mentioned in this …

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007 Chatter: BOND 24 is now called SPECTRE

Boy it's been a while since I posted anything about Bond and this morning a press release came to my email that I simply had to do a post! "Welcome back commander!"  [you can see the motion poster over on 007 Facebook] LONDON, UK, December 4, 2014 – 007 Soundstage, Pinewood Studios, London. James Bond …

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FlixChatter Review: LOCKE

When I heard the premise of Locke, I was immediately intrigued by the idea of a one-man show in a confined environment. I knew it'd take the right actor, a substantially charismatic one, to pull off this role. Obviously the script and direction is just as crucial, and fortunately, those three elements work efficiently for …

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