I would very much like to thank Rob, of Movierob, for allowing me to participate in his month long James Bond Blogathon. If you are not already a follower of his blog, I highly recommend that you become one. He writes well constructed, informative reviews, on films in a diverse array of genres.
Here’s a review by Jonathan of Robbin’s Realm of The Man With The Golden Gun (1974).
“The Man with the Golden Gun”
The familiar theme music begins. Written by Monty Norman, and performed by the John Barry Orchestra, this particular theme is used in association with only one character throughout all of cinematic history – 007, James Bond. In this particular outing, the iconic character is portrayed by Golden Globe winner, Roger Moore (For Your Eyes Only). He is walking, whilst being followed by a gun scope. Midway through his walk, Bond stops, turns, takes aim, and fires his Walther PPK gun. This causes the screen to drip blood red, as if 007 has just vanquished the latest criminal mastermind he had been in pursuit of.
Cut to the opening scene on a private beach, where Hervé Villechaize’s (Fantasy Island) character, Nick Nack, is carrying a tray of…
View original post 1,787 more words