Tag Archives: Michael G. Wilson

James Bond 007: The Timothy Dalton Era

The late '80s were a low-point in the James Bond franchise. I think it needs to be said.I get what the producers were trying to do: a course-correction. The last couple of Moore Bonds had gone too campy. In Timothy Dalton you had someone who cleaved closer to the Ian Fleming novels' imagining of the… Read More

50 Years of James Bond 007

Fifty years ago (yesterday) Dr. No opened in cinemas, and movies were never quite the same. That was years before I born: James Bond has been part of my life for as long as I can remember. My parents enjoyed the movies and they let me watch anything they were watching. It's kind of funny… Read More