Posts Tagged ‘nick rogers’
Timothy Dalton didn't have much time to probe 007's psyche. But the small things add up to a bigger accomplishment than is usually acknowledged.
It could be argued that without "The Living Daylights," there could have been no "Casino Royale," as Timothy Dalton's debut gave us a tougher, terser 007 first.
In Roger Moore's last 007 film, the magic that ensnared Nick as a 6-year-old sadly proves the same that made it hard for a past-his-prime actor to let go.
James Bond is back ... and old. In Roger Moore's second-worst outing, the biggest problem is selling this particular 55-year-old actor as a man of action.
After "Moonraker," the franchise had nowhere to go but up. What a surprise to see some vision restored to the series, even if it's sometimes far from 20/20.
Of the bad Bond movies, "Moonraker" is truly a stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder.
A relentless, fist-pumping triumph of pure, unadulterated hand-to-hand combat, "The Raid: Redemption" is one of the greatest martial arts movies of all time.
In Roger Moore's best Bond outing, 007 shows he still has the ol' razzle-dazzle thanks to jaw-dropping stunts & his most formidable foe, and love interest, yet.