Five Movies, Five Movie Quotes: Bond Edition

Hello folks! Films are a visual medium, but without a good story, it'd be more of a music video or visual poetry. So to me, one of the things I remember about the movies is the dialog. This list is sort of inspired by the Five Movies Five Words series I haven't done in a while, …

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Everybody’s Chattin + Music Break: SPECTRE’s Instrumental Theme

Happy Wednesday everybody! Can you believe it it's almost mid December? It's been quite a balmy Winter in Minnesota (thanks El Niño!), with lows in mid 30s which is warmer than the highs in a typical Winter. Hey, I ain't complaining! Well, I'm still working daily on my script. As they say, it's 10% writing and …

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Trailer Spotlight: SPECTRE first teaser is here!

I normally hate the adverts for a trailer, but at least it's not an actual trailer for a trailer. But when I saw a tweet from @007, I gotta say I couldn't wait to see it! As a longtime Bond fan, I'm always excited when a new Bond movie came out, well except for the last two Brosnan …

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Music Break: Top 10 Favorite Bond Songs

This Music Break is so long overdue! I listen to basically two music genres regularly: classical and soundtrack. And growing up the James Bond soundtrack got a lot of play in my house as my two brothers love 'em too and my penchant for them continue to this day. Over the years I don't know how …

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A-Z Favorite Movie Titles Blogathon

I'm a little late to this but I promised Brittani @ Rambling Film I'd do this when I get back from holiday. I can't possibly missed not participating in her debut blogathon! Here are the rules: 1) Going through the alphabet, list your favorite movie title beginning with each letter. 2) You don't have to …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup & 28 Days (2000) mini review

Happy Sunday everyone! It finally felt like Spring is actually around the corner here in my neck of the woods. The good news is we can forgo the long johns and parka, but we now have to put up with dirty cars as the roads and slushy roads from melting mountains of snow. Well, no …

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Question of the Week: Who gave your favorite performance(s) of 2013 so far?

Hello everyone! Well, April has been quite an eclectic movie watching month for me, as you'll see in my monthly roundup is coming tomorrow. Since I've been working on a bunch of indie reviews lately, I feel like taking a bit of break today. Instead, I'd like to pick your brains a bit my fellow …

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007 Chatter: (Ian) Fleming’s Bond – The James Bond of the original novels compared to the 007 movies Part 2

Welcome to another edition of 007Chatter! Just because Skyfall has been released in the US now, doesn't mean we can't continue talking about Bond. So this is the second part of Marcus' post where he compared the Ian Fleming's Novels to the Bond Films. In this post, Marcus takes a closer look at what is …

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007 Chatter: (Ian) Fleming’s Bond – The James Bond of the original novels compared to the 007 movies Part 1

October is Bond month as the producers are celebrating the 50 year anniversary of the first Bond film, Dr. No, which opened in the UK on on October 5, 1962. In addition to the Skyfall countdown, here at FlixChatter we are taking an in-depth look into the world's most popular movie franchise and its origins. …

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MGM filed bankruptcy: What are your five favorite MGM movies?

It shouldn't come as a surprise to everyone that MGM finally filed Chapter 11 yesterday after all the money troubles the studio has been in. Back in July, I lamented about the next 007 film being canceled as a result of MGM's financial woes. According to The Wrap, last week MGM's creditors approved a plan …

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