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We stand tall and face it all together this week on The Plot Hole as we tackle one of the biggest movies of the year, Skyfall, 007’s triumphant return to the big screen after a four-year gap. We review, analyze, muse, mutter, rant and everything in between for what should satisfy all those Bond fans out there.
In addition to a bit of Bond-themed trivia, the gang – John, Steven, Simon and myself – chat Transformers 4 news as well as discuss the new trailers for…Continue
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After half a century of being one of the most indelible characters in pop culture across the globe, it's only appropriate to ask whether or not James Bond is relevant even to the world of cyber-terrorism. Bond has gone through quite a lot over the years and he's the only iconic character that has consistently lasted…Continue
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It was something akin to being a kid on Christmas morning when I woke up today and there, on my computer, was the first 'Skyfall' teaser trailer. Sam Mendes helms the 23rd entry in the James Bond franchise with Daniel Craig…Continue
November is still quite a ways away, and for Bond fans it feels like an eternity, but the set images from Sam Mendes' 'Skyfall' are still rolling in. This latest one comes to us via the official 007 Twitter feed and features a very familiar female boss. Though it had long ago been confirmed that …Continue
With 'Skyfall,' the 23rd James Bond film, fully in production, more plot details are beginning to surface that indicate this may be a major turning point for the franchise. At first, the hint was merely …Continue
For your eyes only: a press conference was held in London with director Sam Mendes and cast members of the next James Bond film where it was confirmed that the title of the next Bond film will be 'Skyfall.' It was also revealed that the plot of the film will revolve around something (or someone)…Continue
Set on my ever-continuing quest to see every Best Picture winning film, I selected the romantic comedy film Shakespeare in Love to be my next target, and its a film that conflicts me. On the one hand, I hate it when a film takes major liberties with historical
accuracy to the point of pure fiction (see Pearl Harbor and
Mel Gibson films for example) and this film is a large example of this.
However, I thoroughly…
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