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Lines first uttered in 1962 in a small movie called “Dr No”. Actor Sean Connery kicked off a movie franchise that would practically invent the action genre. So much so that it would take movie producers until the 1980s to figure out a formula that would force the producers behind Bond to re-invent the character for the modern age.
Over nearly a 60 year period. The character of James Bond has been known for its action set pieces, boyish humor, fast cars, beautiful women, and brash attitude.
Over the course of this special feature-length episode. Movie fans Ian Cullen and his good friend Ben Cassidy discuss the highs and lows of the Bond movies and even go into gaming territory with a discussion about how the game Goldeneye made the British Super Spy a success with gamers as well as with movie fans.
So settle down. Have yourself a Vodka Martini and enjoy the ride as we go through every single Bond movie.