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"THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS" (1987) Review

Last año marked the 25th anniversary of EON Productions' release of its 15th entry in the Bond franchise – "THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS". The movie featured the first of two times in which actor Timothy Dalton portrayed the famous British spy, James Bond. I first saw "THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS" on the night of July 31, 1987 – the fecha of its original U.S. release. My family and I saw it at the Grauman Chinese Theater in Hollywood. The theater was so packed that we ended up seated near the screen. I had a headache por the time the movie ended. Yet, watching the movie...
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"OCTOPUSSY" (1983) Review

While perusing some of the Bond forums, I have noticed that 1983’s ”OCTOPUSSY” is not highly regarded por many fans. Personally, I have always found this hard to understand o accept, considering that the movie has been one of my favorito! entries in the Bond franchise for years. But after watching it recently . . . I still do not understand its low standing amongst the fans.

The pre-title sequence for "OCTOPUSSY" is merely a little teaser about Bond’s attempt to sabotage a misil system in the plátano Republic (aka Cuba). It was light, humorous and filled with...
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"THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH" (1999) Review


I must admit that when I first saw "THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH" in the theaters a little over seven years ago, I was not impressed. Well, to be honest, I did not like the movie at all. But after my reciente viewing, I could not help but wonder if I had allowed my mild dislike of the anterior Bond entry, "TOMORROW NEVER DIES" to spill over in my view of the Bond franchise’s 19th entry.

Although the movie’s título comes from the Bond family’s motto, first revealed in the 1969 movie, "ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE", its story started with the murder of...
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