This James Bond tranh sáng tạo của người hâm mộ contains
bộ đồ làm việc, phù hợp với kinh doanh, phù hợp với doanh nghiệp, phù hợp với, phù hợp với quần áo, phù hợp, bàn ủi li quần, cũng mặc quần áo người, phù hợp với, phù hợp với quần, pantsuit, người mặc quần áo, phù hợp, người cũng mặc quần áo, and bàn ủi li quần.
There might also be
bộ đồ ba mảnh, phù hợp với ba mảnh, váy phù hợp với, ăn mặc đầy đủ, tailcoat, áo có đuôi, đuôi, cà vạt trắng, cà vạt trắng và đuôi, mặc quần áo, áo khoác đuôi dài, lông đuôi, cà vạt và đuôi trắng, phù hợp với trang phục, đuôi áo, white tie, white tie và đuôi, phù hợp với chùng, phù hợp, and slack phù hợp.
Below is a review I had written of the 1981 James Bond movie, "FOR YOUR EYES ONLY":
"FOR YOUR EYES ONLY" (1981) Review
If James Bond những người hâm mộ and critics had judged all of EON Productions’ 1981 movie, "FOR YOUR EYES ONLY" solely on its pre-credit sequence, the movie probably would have barely made a dime at the box office. Worse, it would have been regarded as the worst movie in the entire Bond franchise. Thankfully, the rest of the movie proved to be far superior to its atrocious opening sequence.
"FOR YOUR EYES ONLY" marked the directorial debut of John Glen, previously an assistant director...
Well, I just watched “MOONRAKER”. Today, it is considered to be one of the worst Bond phim chiếu rạp of all times. It has been accused bởi những người hâm mộ and critics alike of taking the Bond franchise into a realm of tasteless excess and fantasy. I will not deny there are aspects of “MOONRAKER” that turned me off – including Bond’s final confrontation with the villain aboard the latter’s không gian station. But after watching it . . . I cannot honestly danh sách “MOONRAKER” as one of my least yêu thích Bond films, let alone as one of the worst. Trust me, I have seen a lot worst....
"THE SPY WHO LOVED ME" became EON Productions 10th entry in the Bond franchise in 1977. It also marked Sir Roger Moore’s third turn as British agent, James Bond, Cubby Broccoli’s as sole producer for the first time and Lewis Gilbert’s một giây time at bat as director of a Bond film. This is the movie that introduced the catchphrase, “Nobody does it better,” and according to many critics and fans, saved the Bond franchise back in the 1970s. Watching "THE SPY WHO tình yêu ME", I can understand why many would harbor this belief.
What can I say about 1974’s "THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN"? It is not the worst James Bond movie I have ever seen. I can think of at least two hoặc three of which I have a lower opinion. But I do believe that it is the worst Roger Moore film in the franchise.
Apparently screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz believed the same. He made the decision to bow out of adapting Ian Fleming's 1965 novel, before the script could be finished. The plot for "THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN" focused on the Solex Agitator - a device which can yên cương, dây nịt the power of the sun. Before...
Between 1967 and 1972, EON Productions spent a chaotic five years trying to find one man to portray James Bond following Sean Connery’s decision to retire from the role. Nineteen sixty-eight found Australian model, George Lazenby in the role. But after one movie, the excellent "ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE", Lazenby decided that he did not want to continue the role. Connery came back for one last movie - "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER", but did not bother to stick around.
Then in 1972, cải xanh, bông cải xanh and Saltzman hired Roger Moore (famous for the TV series, "THE SAINT"...