It’s officially the 90s, and it’s time to talk about metrosexuality, Michelle Yeoh, and torture scenes as we dive into Pierce Brosnan’s take on James Bond.
James Bond is a seriously weird franchise. In this episode, we’re tackling the short-lived, non-canon Bond stories: Casino Royale (1967), On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Never Say Never Again, and both Timothy Dalton films.
Join us as we venture into the 70s and 80s in Bond films with Roger Moore’s snarky, snobbish take on the famous (and infamous) spy.
We’re taking a closer look at the James Bond film franchise, and more specifically the early Sean Connery days. What kind of cultural context gave birth to these films? Is real-world espionage a factor or nah?