Posted on August 4, 2011 by The Spy Command Editor
While HMSS perhaps might have included Christopher Walken’s “Max Zorin” from A VIEW TO A KILL and Robert Davi’s “Franz Sanchez” from LICENSE TO KILL, (or even Alan Rickman’s “Hans Gruber” from DIE HARD), this is an interesting list of ’80’s film baddies from zencollegekids.com. The list also does illustrate the relatively weak Bond villains of that time compared to the 1960’s and even the 1970’s.
Click here to view the list.
“Biff Tannen”? Ha! Those wacky college kids!
Filed under: James Bond Films, Uncategorized | Tagged: A View To A Kill, Alan Rickman, Best 1980's Film Villains, Best Bond Villains, Best Film Villains, Christopher Walken, Die Hard, Film Villains, Franz Sanchez, Hans Gruber, James Bond Films, License to Kill, Max Zorin, Robert Davi | 1 Comment »
Posted on May 3, 2009 by The Spy Command Editor
There’s a nice article over at the webzine Suite101.com , praising Timothy Dalton’s all-too-brief tenure as James Bond.
Adrian Peel tees off on the near-universal praise for Daniel Craig’s grittily realistic portrayal of 007, making the case that Dalton set the table for the way we now view James Bond. Indeed, the subtitle of his article is “20 Years Ahead of His Time?”
Timothy Dalton: The Best James Bond is a quick but informative read, and shines some much-deserved light on an unfairly ignored chapter of the 007 saga.
Filed under: James Bond Films | Tagged: Adrian Peel, Daniel Craig, Licence to Kill, License to Kill, realistic portrayals of James Bond, Suite101.com, The Living Daylights, Timothy Dalton | 1 Comment »