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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007 December Blogathon – 10 Reasons Why Licence to Kill (1989) is one of my all time favorite Bond films

Most of you who read this blog regularly knows I’m a huge Bond fan as I grew up watching them with my two brothers. Over the years I’ve become more partial to Timothy Dalton’s portrayal as Bond and I always appreciate both of his Bond films. I only wish he had the chance to do …

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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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Monthly Roundup: August Movie Watching Recap

It's the last day of the year before we enter the 'brrr' months. Well, September is still relatively balmy here in the upper Midwest, and after the Sahara-like Summer we've been having, I must say I'm looking forward to Autumn. I know I always say time flies but really, I feel like August just passed …

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