Blog Update 008 – Bonding 24/007

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)

Ultimate James Bond List – Thunderball (1965)

The Ultimate James Bond List – Thunderball (1965)

By now you already know what the Ultimate James Bond List is all about. It’s just a way for everyone to finally be able to compare each James Bond actor, era and film based on a few simple lists. This month its Thunderball, and like always, I do recommend you read the review and watch the film while reading the list. It helps.


James Bond – Thunderball (1965) REVIEW

Thunderball (1965) REVIEW
Directed by Terence Young
Produced by Kevin McClory
Screenplay by Richard Maibaum & John Hopkins
Based on Thunderball by Ian Fleming
Starring Sean Connery, Claudine Auger, Adolfo Cell, Luciana Paluzzi, Guy Doleman
Music by John Barry

By now you’ve already read the other James Bond reviews, however if you haven’t yet found the time, I’ll link them after the review. The mission with my James Bond reviews is really simple, I’m covering each 007 film and providing an Ultimate list. This month it’s Thunderball. 4 films in, only 19 to go.

Learning a thing or two from Oddjob

Learning a thing or two from Oddjob

I think the James Bond formula is complete. No, I’m serious here. I bang on about the Bond Formula all the time and mentioned in Goldfinger how most of the formula was down pat, but Thunderball nailed it. Quite simply, it may not be as ‘classic’ as Goldfinger, but its got it where it counts.