Bond, James Bond, Will Be Home For Christmas

“No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die.”

Engadget tells us:

The new James Bond flick No Time To Die might be stuck in limbo thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but you will have plenty of spy action to watch in the meantime. SlashFilm and io9 report that YouTube and MGM are now offering the first 19 James Bond movies through YouTube’s “Free to Watch” section in the US. That includes everything starring the late Sean Connery, such as Dr. No and Goldfinger, through to Pierce Brosnan’s brief Bond revival with titles like Goldeneye.

The most recent Bonds with Daniel Craig are unavailable, but you can probably catch them on a streaming service, if you want to complete the set.

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7 Responses to Bond, James Bond, Will Be Home For Christmas

  1. Dennis Cole says:

    When nothing in particular on Netflix blows my skirt up, I can always find a 007 moldy-oldy to pass the time.

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  2. vonBeavis says:

    And what about George Lazenby, “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” betwixt Connery and Moore? His opening wisecrack was the best part of that forgettable flick (along with Telly Savalas’ Blofeld).

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  3. Martin Pollard says:

    GoldenEye is still one of my favorite Bond movies, along with Live or Let Die and, don’t laugh, Moonraker, both of which I always had the privilege of staying up late to watch when I was but a wee lad (I said don’t laugh! John Berry’s score was great, especially during the space scenes which felt a lot like his excellent score for The Black Hole, and one of Drax’s lines was classic: “Look after Mr. Bond. See that some harm comes to him.”). GoldenEye is kind of a bittersweet watch now, though, since the collapse of the Arecibo telescope (which I blame on Bond and Trevelyan, personally).

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