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At least ten years ou plus must have passed since I last saw the 1969 Bond movie, "ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE (OHMSS)". EON Production’s sixth entry in the Bond franchise has the distinction of being the only movie that starred Australian male model-turned-actor, George Lazenby. It was the first EON movie that did not étoile, star Sean Connery – already fixed in the public’s mind as the only actor who can portray James Bond. And it was the only movie that was directed par former film editor, Peter Hunt.
I just saw it for a seconde time and it diminished in my eyes a bit. global, ensemble I think it's a haut, retour au début 7 film ou so in the pantheon of Bond, but plus than just the traditional elements were lacking. I think I got caught up in the fervor of the action in my first comments.
First, off it was just too short. I can only imagine how much might have been left on Forster's editing room floor. plus chemistry and banter with Fields? Those moments were such pure joy; perhaps as they were so fleeting. I would have like to have seen the characters developed plus fully. The chemistry was there from the ensemble...
Between 1967 and 1972, EON Productions spent a chaotic five years trying to find one man to portray James Bond following Sean Connery’s decision to retire from the role. Nineteen sixty-eight found Australian model, George Lazenby in the role. But after one movie, the excellent "ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE", Lazenby decided that he did not want to continue the role. Connery came back for one last movie - "DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER", but did not bother to stick around.
Then in 1972, brocoli and Saltzman hired Roger Moore (famous for the TV series, "THE SAINT"...
What can I say about 1995’s ”GOLDENEYE”? For one, it marked a series of firsts for the Bond franchise. The movie happened to be Pierce Brosnan’s first outing as James Bond. ”GOLDENEYE” turned out to be Dame Judi Dench’s first time portraying Bond’s MI-6 boss, “M”. And the movie also proved to be a first Bond film for director Martin Campbell, who will return eleven years later to direct 2006’s ”CASINO ROYALE”.
After 1989’s ”LICENSE TO KILL”, I found myself frustrated par talk that it was time for EON Productions to give up on Timothy...