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Dance Into The Fire

The 1980s were pretty much the inverse of the 1960s; liberal consensus had mutated into the New Conservatism; youth culture had been superseded by the Sloane Ranger and the Yuppie. Old heroes, like Mick Jagger or Michael Caine, looked hopelessly … Continue reading

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You can watch it all on TV…

Blofeld: “You can watch it all on TV. It’s the last programme you’re likely to see.” Bond: “Well, if I’m going to be forced to watch television, may I smoke?” Roald Dahl had already registered his antagonism towards television in … Continue reading

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From a Lethal Viewpoint

The gunbarrel sequence that opens all but two of the official Bond movies is surely one of the smartest pieces of branding in movie history. Immediately you know you’re watching a Bond film, and its absence makes the most recent … Continue reading

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