I have promised one new post per day for as long as I can go. So far today makes that 18 in a row. I don’t intended to stop anytime soon. But doing so does require me to play around with posts I normally would upload.
Diamonds Are Forever (1971) REVIEW
Directed by Guy Hamilton
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli & Harry Saltzman
Screenplay by Richard Maibaum & Tom Mankiewicz
Based on Diamonds Are Forever by Ian Fleming
Starring Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean, Bruce Glover, Putter Smith
Music by John Barry
All James Bond Reviews and List can be found here
How do you follow up the best (?) James Bond movie of all time? Obviously by releasing this hunk of garbage and recasting the lead with an out of shape and out of touch Sean Connery as James Bond 007.
Since beginning my James Bond film Reviews and Ultimate lists, I’ve noticed it has become increasingly hard to find each post amongst all the other posts. So from now on, each and every review and list will be linked down below for super easy navigation. Should make it simple for everyone to find what they’re looking for, and painless to share on your form of social media. I will make sure to keep each link updated on a monthly basis and all you need to do is continue to enjoy.
Dr. No (1962) Review and List From Russia With Love (1963) Review and List Goldfinger (1964) Review and List Thunderball (1965) Review and List You Only Live Twice (1967) Review and List On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) Review and List Diamonds Are Forever (1971) Review and List Live And Let Die (1973) Review and List The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) Review and List The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Review and List Moonraker (1979) Review and List For Your Eyes Only (1981) Review and List Octopussy (1983) Review and List A View To A Kill (1985) Review and List The Living Daylights (1987) Review and List Licence To Kill (1989) Review and List GoldenEye (1995) Review and List Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Review and List The World Is Not Enough (1999) Review and List Die Another Day (2002) Review and List Casino Royale (2006) Review and List Quantum Of Solace (2008) Review and List Skyfall (2012) Review and List Spectre Review and List Ultimate List – 007 Franchise (1962 – 2015)
Blog Update 005
The title is misleading suggesting I’m going to talk about my life and other interesting things, but that’s completely wrong. No, this is just a small update to let you know what’s coming up for the blog.
LEGO Marvel: The Milano Spaceship Rescue 76021 REVIEW
LEGO MARVEL: The Milano Spaceship Rescue 76021
Set number 76021, $120 from Toy World which works out to roughly .18 cents a brick.
5 mini figures
2 instruction booklets
6 numbered bags
1 page of stickers
1 comic book
Like all others, I’ll begin this review by mentioning the above list. Not everyone cares, but for those that do, it can make a very big difference.
I’m hooked on a feeling…
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) REVIEW
Director: Matt Reeves
Written By: Mark Bomback, Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver
Cast: Andy Serkis, Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Toby Kebbell
MILD PLOT SPOILERS AHEAD.
Plot: Taking place ten years after Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Caesar and his expanding nation of Apes have taken refuge in the Muir Woods just outside of San Francisco City. When a small group of humans show up hoping to restore power to the city via the use of a hydroelectric generator, tension is had and Caesar, with the upper hand, forbids the humans from entering the area ever again. However with the dam generator being the only hope for survival the humans have, Malcolm and his group re-enter the woods in the hopes of convincing Caesar they aren’t all bad and can be trusted. Soon, plotting begins on both ends to reclaim the lands and the war between humans and apes is brought to the forefront.
Review: First of all, I beg you, no, I plead with you to please go and watch Rise of the Planet of the Apes before watch Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I don’t say that often to people, but it really is worth it for all the little minors things. Plus Rise was such a brilliant and unexpected film that deserves repeat viewing just to ease you into Dawn.
22 Jump Street (2014) REVIEW
Director: Phil Lord & Christopher Miller
Written by: Michael Bacall, Oren Uziel & Rodney Rothman
Starring: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube, Peter Stormare, Wyatt Russell, Amber Stevens and Jillian Bell
POSSIBLE MILD SPOILERS AHEAD…BUT IF YOU’VE SEEN 21 JUMP STREET, THEN NO SURPRISES AT ALL.
Plot: As the warning above says, if you’ve seen 21 Jump Street, then you pretty much know the outline of this one. A new drug known as Whyfy has been making the rounds and after a student is found dead, 22 Jump Street is put back into operation, with a larger budget mind you. Jenko and Schmidt return as undercover cops and once again they need to “infiltrate the dealers, find the supplier.”