Wednesday, October 31, 2012
In six concise but meaty chapters (chapters 001 through 006-- how did the author resist not having a chapter 007?), the author discusses the movie's plot, characters, the master plan of the villain, the more laidback and paternal approach to James Bond provided by both the story and Mr. Moore's portrayal, and all sorts of other aspects of the film. Immersive from beginning to end, the book as a whole strikes a good balance between solid film criticism and a breezy, fun read.
And who knows, it may even turn you into a defender of the Roger Moore Bond films, even those later ones where spoilsports complained that he was "way too old" for the part. Yes, Mr. McNess may yet teach you to respect your elders!
James Bond In Our Sights: A Close Look At "A View To A Kill" is available on Kindle for $7.69.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Monday, October 15, 2012
There was lots of extra drink left in the shaker, too, which is always a plus. Alison was able to refresh her glass several times throughout the meal.