Respect was a film that followed the typical template of musical biopic. Narratively isn't much different to Walk the Line, Bohemian Rhaspody, and Rocketman. It sadly makes Respect despite its good intentions and strong performances.
The World is Not Enough was attempt at a more realistic and character-driven Bond film. Those are the types of Bond films I like and The World is Not Enough was a noble attempt. The winning feature of the film was Sophie Marceau as Elektra King. She was a beautiful and elegant and made for a great villain because her personal and financial movitations. One of the most underrated Bond girls and villains the franchise has ever produced. The boat…
Whilst 2000's X-Men was the film that gave superhero films their credibility back, 2002's Spider-Man was the one that opened the floodgates for the superhero genre. It was a film that broke box-office records and earned critical praise.
Spider-Man was a great origins story: it goes through the main points like Peter Parker getting his powers during a school trip, his relationship with Uncle Ben, using his powers for financial gains, and inadvertently causing Uncle Ben's death. It was a…
Goldeneye is a top tier Bond film! It was a film that brought back Bond after a long hiatus, a film that updated Bond for the '90s and the post Cold War and managed to be both a revisionist Bond film and keep elements fans love. Like Licence to Kill Bond's mission was a personal one because of his connection to the villain. It had classic sequences, particularly the tank chase in St. Petersburg. Essential Bond viewing.