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25. June 2014 05:55
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James Bond as Superhero

25. June 2014 05:55 by m | 0 Comments

This article discusses the role of the film Casino RoyaleCasino Royale in remixing the James Bond franchise. The author argues that with the latest incarnation of James Bond, the franchise has shifted its genre to that of the superhero... [More]
James Bond as Superhero
 

4. June 2014 12:33
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James Bond's "Pussy"...

4. June 2014 12:33 by m | 0 Comments

This essay investigates the adaptation of the literary Bond for the screen, focusing mainly on GoldfingerGoldfinger, since it adheres quite closely to the novel and because it sets the tone and the formula for most of the Bond films that followed. [More]
James Bond
 

28. May 2014 05:32
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Britain’s last line of defence: Miss Moneypenny

28. May 2014 05:32 by m | 0 Comments

This article, which, as far as I can tell, was originally published in "Hecate", an Australian Academic Journal on Feminism, examines the character of Miss Moneypenny as portrayed in the James Bond films. [More]
Britain’s last line of defence: Miss Moneypenny
 

26. May 2014 06:10
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Bond ambition: 007 gets face lift

26. May 2014 06:10 by m | 0 Comments

The article, from 2006, focuses on the issues surrounding the selection of Daniel Craig as the new James Bond for the film "Casino RoyaleCasino Royale," directed by Martin Campbell. Dealing with the gossip was just one of the challenges facing producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. The article also cites the speculated reasons for not rehiring Pierce Brosnan for the role and provides information on the partnership agreement between the producers and Sony. [More]
Bond ambition: 007 gets face lift
 

16. May 2014 04:56
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Is there more to the pre-title and title sequences than meets the eye?

16. May 2014 04:56 by m | 0 Comments

Are the authors of this article reading a little too much into this or is there more to the pre-title and title sequences than meets the eye? A film criticism is presented that focuses on the pre-title/title sequences in films from the James Bond 007 motion picture series. Topics discussed include geopolitics in the James Bond films "Die Another DayDie Another Day," "Casino RoyaleCasino Royale," and "Quantum of SolaceQuantum of Solace," the role of gender in the pre-title/title sequences, and the impact of genre. [More]
Is there more to the pre-title and title sequences than meets the eye?
 

12. May 2014 06:01
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Ian Fleming's James Bond Turns Sixty

12. May 2014 06:01 by m | 0 Comments

Most of the world knows Ian Fleming's fictional character James Bond through the 12 novels, 2 collections of short stories, and 23 films over the past 50 years which have been made of him. However, very few realize that the character began 60 years ago as a pulp hero standing up for Western values against a morally corrupt, vindictive, and spreading communist empire... [More]
Ian Fleming
 

7. May 2014 06:21
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Which actor portrays the best James Bond?

7. May 2014 06:21 by m | 0 Comments

The April 2014 issue of American Spectator presented two essays about the onscreen portrayal of James Bond 007. The first essay makes quite a convincing argument for Daniel Craig, while the second argues for both Sean Connery and Roger Moore. Sadly, George Lazenby doesn't even get a mention in either one. [More]
Which actor portrays the best James Bond?
 

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