One of the longest running franchises still running today is the James Bond saga. It has 23 movies total (24 if you count the unofficial Never Say Never Again) with production going for more than 50 years. Now with the release of Spectre next year, a bunch of worst to best lists of Bond films have been cropping up all over the internet. As an avid Bond aficionado, I've been happy with the majority of them. Until I came across this one from Rolling Stone, http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/lists/james-bonds-best-and-worst-peter-travers-ranks-all-24-movies-20121109. Rolling Stone has been known to both lists before (Kurt Cobain on top 50 guitarists? I don't think so) proving that sometimes, they don't know what the hell they're talking about. This list follows the incompetent trend. License to Kill, one of the more darker Bond films that actually encapsulates the original Ian Fleming character, as listed as one of the bottoms. Subsequently Die Another Day, thanks to its terrible script, bad special effects and ridiculous plot, is one of the top ten. Either this guy has never seen a Bond movie before or he just has terrible tastes.
Do you have a list of movies that you want to recommend? Now you have a place to do it.
|Jessica Jones--Things I loved and hated [Spoilers].|
|Submitted by srabble02 to px/streaming.|
|9 Comments | Share|
|Short Term 12 is one of the best movies I've seen all year|
|Short Term 12|
|Submitted by anabbate to px/Reviews.|
|3 Comments | Share|
|Looking for Something to Binge Watch on Netflix? Better Call Saul!|
|Better Call Saul|
|Submitted by JackRabbitSlims to px/Tv.|
|4 Comments | Share|
|I didn’t really like The Mule, but maybe you will!|
|Submitted by anabbate to px/theOtherStuff.|
|1 Comments | Share|