This episode looks at the third entry on the Brosnan era The World is Not Enough. Directed by Michael Apted and starring Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle and….. sigh….. Denise Richards. In what is one of the few times in the series that Bond falls in love, The World is Not Enough is a bit of a missed opportunity but n its merits not without its merits. Listen to Becca, Chris and Dave was we talk through the film sequentially and marvel at more Brosnan pain face.
It’s round two for Brosnan with his second installment Tomorrow Never Dies. Directed by Rodger Spottiswood in a more action packed adventure Bond takes on media baron Elliot Carver as he schemes to create a World War 3. Also starring Jonathan Pryce, Judi Dench, Teri Hatcher and Michelle Yeoh who nearly steals the film. Becca, Chris and Dave have fun as we go through the film and discuss its merits and weaknesses.
Another episode and another Bond as everyone’s favorite spy regenerates into a smooth talking Irishman. Goldeneye is Pierce Brosnan’s first film as James Bond after a long absence from the screen. Directed by Martin Campbell and also starring Sean Bean, Izabella Scorupco, Famke Janssen and featuring Judi Dench in her first appearance as M.
Goldeneye is an interesting watch as it’s beloved by most Bond fans and considered to be Brosnan’s best. However we pick it apart from the plot that makes no sense right down to that awful Éric Serra score.
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The Cinematronix podcast is back with slow updates of episodes. This week me and my guests Robert Turnbull, Matt Daly and Dave Bond talk about the most talked about film in recent memory Batman Vs Superman : Dawn of Justice. Starring Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck as two of the world’s most famous comic book characters go head to head in their first cinematic outing together. So now that most people have seen it and the film has been talked to death.. I thought now would be the perfect time to release a podcast talking about everything wrong with it. (Spoiler alert it wasn’t great) But then agian the trailer pretty much spoiled most of the film anyway so…..