Bondathon #1: Dr. No (1962) — Sean Newgent Critiques Things

The first James Bond film provides plenty of iconic moments, good action, and style but suffers from a third act with some head scratching moments that may not have translated well from Ian Fleming’s novel. After a British agent named Strangways is killed in Jamaica while collecting information on the villainous Dr. No, James Bond […]

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