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Charles Feldman’s ‘Casino Royale’ (1967) Comes Of Age, Five Decades Later

Casino Royale

But Casino Royale is also a hint -- no matter how minor, or how bare -- of some possibilities within the medium. It’s just that, after trying to do it all, on the one hand, it forgot what needed to get done in the first place. Read More »

From Terence Young to Sam Mendes: The Many Faces Who Shot James Bond

The eras of James bond may be better defined by the directors behind the camera rather than the actors on the screen. Read More »

Book Review: James Bond FAQ by Tom DeMichael

James Bond FAQ is a pleasant refresher course for those not already intimately familiar with the 23 007 films so far. Read More »

Music Review: Thomas Newman – Skyfall [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Thomas Newman's Skyfall soundtrack is a dynamic listening experience, even without the title song. Read More »

Book Review: Revisioning 007: James Bond and Casino Royale by Christoph Lindner

Bond, stripped and skewered. Read More »