• Dune



    This really felt like a true modern epic. I find it very exciting to think that there are going to be multiple parts to this just so we can grasp the sheer scale of the story.

    Denis definitely delivered. The cast was massive and they all played their parts really well. The CGI, though it looked rough in some areas, was outstanding and mixed with the sound and score, the whole experience was breathtaking. I have to say though, it…

  • Licence to Kill

    Licence to Kill


    These two Timothy Dalton Bond films have taken me by surprise. I never hear anyone talk about them yet they are both pretty great. They felt very refreshing to me, especially after seeing pretty much the same film over and over again throughout the series. 

    The stunts in them are mind-boggling too.

  • The Last Duel

    The Last Duel


    Ridley Scott really did the most with this.

    The cast was massive and each actor brought everything to the table. Jodie Comer was the obvious person to point out. She was outstanding. Adam Driver played the character almost too well and was sometimes hard to watch. Matt Damon looked evil and was evil, even in the times that you didn't want him to be. And to round it off Ben Affleck looked like a cockatoo and was hilarious. You can tell he had so much fun making this.

  • For Your Eyes Only

    For Your Eyes Only


    The formula for these classic Bond films really never changed that much.

  • Squid Game

    Squid Game



  • Live and Let Die

    Live and Let Die


    This felt really long for no reason at all.

  • Diamonds Are Forever

    Diamonds Are Forever


    I think this was a pretty weak attempt at trying to revive Connery as 007. It feels so out of place.

  • Thunderball



    I enjoyed this one way more than I remembered. It is very wacky and is most likely one of the more outlandish Connery films but I couldn't stop myself from having a load of fun watching it.

  • Goldfinger



    Easily one of the best Bond films ever made as well has it having arguably the best “Bond song” ever. 

    It’s got everything you want.

  • From Russia with Love

    From Russia with Love


    This one felt way slower than Dr. No but still enjoyable. You can tell it influenced a lot of other films in the future. Definitely a staple in the Bond series.

    Bond's one-liners are as shit as usual too.

  • Dr. No

    Dr. No


    It's just a classic. I can understand why people say Sean Connery is the best Bond (for me it's Craig), he was just so cool. I never realised how much they plastered the Bond theme throughout this. Can't complain though, it's great.

  • No Time to Die

    No Time to Die


    I simply can not find the words to fully express my thoughts. All I can say is that I loved it.

    An incredibly bold way to end the amazing era of the best James Bond, our Bond, Daniel Craig.