Spectre

After “Skyfall” was released in 2012, Metro-Golden-Meyer (MGM for short) began development of a fourth installment of the James Bond reboot series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond. This time MGM finally gets the rights back to an evil organization known as “Spectre” led by Bond’s archenemy Ernest Starvo Blofeld. Why was Spectre […]

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Skyfall

After “Quantum Of Solace” came out in 2008, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) announced that a third installment of the rebooted James Bond series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond was in the works. MGM went on a four gap of development due to Quantum Of Solace’s mixed reactions, “The Writers Strike 2007-2008” and […]

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Quantum Of Solace

After “Casino Royale” was released in 2006, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) developed a second installment of the rebooted James Bond series with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Bond. During filming, “The 2007-2008 Writers Strike” happened. As MGM went on a deadline, Daniel Craig wrote the screenplay uncredited in order to finish the project. Quantum […]

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Casino Royale (2006)

After “Die Another Day” came out in 2002, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) decided to reboot the James Bond franchise in the wake of Christopher Nolan’s “Batman Begins” defibrillating the beloved superhero on the big screen. Producers of MGM wanted a younger actor to play James Bond upon realizing Pierce Brosnan is getting old. Pierce called […]

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Flashback Review: Die Another Day

After “The World Is Not Enough” came out in 1999, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM for short) developed another installment of the James Bond series by mapping out a 2002 release date to celebrate Bond’s 40th birthday since “Dr. No” was the first movie released on the big screen in 1962. The actual year Tom Cruise was born […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me

After the critical disappointment of The Man With The Golden Gun, producers of the James Bond films attempted to produced a proper film in response to the various criticisms surrounding Golden Gun. This time they’ve decided to make the film under the title, The Spy Who Loved Me. Roger Moore reprises his role as Bond […]

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The Man With The Golden Gun

After finishing Live And Let Die, Roger Moore reprises his role as James Bond, for the second time in another follow up called The Man With The Golden Gun. The Man With The Golden Gun was released in 1974. (the exact year Leonardo DiCaprio was born) Unlike Live And Let Die, Roger’s second Bond film […]

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Live And Let Die

After George Lazenby decided to call it quits to reprise his role as James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever, Sean Connery, returns to the front seat by starring in this picture, like Connery’s other Bond films, it went on to become a box office success. As another movie was in development, Sean refuses to come […]

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Flashback Review: Goldeneye

Today’s Flashback Review involves a nostalgic treat for 90’s kids who grew up during the decade. I of course was born in 1993. The 90’s had several important events, fads, & culture of its time. The Cold War ended, Bill Clinton became president, Nirvana introduced a whole new level of music, Bill Gates created Microsoft […]

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