From February with Love – Bond Movie Marathon – 2020
“From February with Love” was born out of a missed opportunity to rekindle “James Bond January”. I didn’t have a Bond-a-thon in me at the start of the year, but began hankering for some 007 towards the end of January. Below is a compilation of all the reviews featured in “From February with Love” and a link to purchase each movie on Amazon.
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Licence to Kill (1989) — “Licence to Kill” is actually quite riveting when it has all its pistons firing but takes too long getting there… [read more]
From Russia with Love (1963) — …the Q briefings, the surprise introduction, dancing girls during the titles, and the conflicted enemy agent all have their origin… [read more]
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) — …pretty to look at, features exotic locales, and composer Marvin Hamlisch delivers interesting takes on classic 007 tracks. [read more]
A View to a Kill (1985) — …long-winded, absurd, and frankly boring. Even Christopher Walken can’t salvage this blimp-wreck. [read more]
SPECTRE (2015) — …there’s no denying that Craig has carved a place for himself amongst the best of Bonds, and Christoph Waltz makes for a… [read more]
Moonraker (1979) — …the henchmen are preposterous, the acting is hammy, and the gadgets are absurd. Yet all these things… [read more]
Thunderball (1965) — Featuring a jet-pack and gadgets galore, it is most assuredly action rather than espionage… [read more]
The World is Not Enough (1999) — Its action scenes are serviceable enough, though they’re marked by a tired quality that no amount of guns and gadgets can shake… [read more]
A very special thanks to all who shared, liked, and retweeted social media posts about this marathon. You’re the source of my inspiration, and the driving force behind Undy a Hundy!