Terence Young

The James Bond Rewatch: THUNDERBALL (1965)

Thunderball finds James Bond in his biggest (and most financially successful) entry yet – an underwater romp that continued to expand many series elements including: budget, runtime and outrageous Bond antics. (more…)

The James Bond Rewatch: FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963)

James Bond’s second cinematic outing finds the series recognizing continuity (its plot evolves from the events of Dr. No) and introducing mainstays such as the villainous SPECTRE organization and Q, the master of gadgets.  (more…)

The James Bond Rewatch: DR. NO (1962)

The James Bond movies represent the longest running film series ever (in production from 1962 to today), with Eon Productions having made 23 official entries (go home Never Say Never Again, nobody wants you!). It’s a staggering feat, and it all revolves around one suave super spy created by the talented author Mr. Ian Fleming. (more…)