Sunday, April 15, 2012

Bondathon Part 17: Never Say Never Again

Part 17 of my Bondathon review marathon: Never Say Never Again, Sean Connery's return to the series and his last film appearance as James Bond. This was the last unofficial James Bond, and the 16th Bond film over all. Not a classic, but historically significant and well worth checking out.

4 comments:

Justin Garrett Blum said...

Yeah, I've always liked this movie. I think it's pretty good and definitely holds up well despite any dated content. Better than Octopussy, in my opinion, but I guess it depends upon why you're watching these films.

Donald said...

I like both films, but Irvin Kershner is probably a better director than the other guy. Matter of fact, I'm gonna go watch Robocop 2.

Mugato said...

I have actually never seen this. I wasn't even aware that Connery came back after Moore?? I need to watch this shit.

Kevin said...

Blofeld's cat was the true star of this movie, LOL. Seriously, she was probably featured more here than in any individual EON Bond film and completely adorable, kneading Blofeld and being the face the United Nations got to see on the camera during the ransom demand. And then the frightening glare before the nuclear explosion footage!