"And they say communists don't know how to have fun."
Bond month continues on Reelz tonight with the Pierce Brosnan starrer Tomorrow Never Dies. After the success of 1995's GoldenEye, the era of Brosnan as 007 was in full swing, and the studio rushed to bring out another installment, so much so that pre-production began on Tomorrow Never Dies before GoldenEye even reached theaters. Without an Ian Fleming novel to use as source material, an original story was concocted that sent Bond on the trail of a media mogul (Jonathan Pryce) who plans to use a GPS encoder to start a war between China and the United Kingdom.
Joining Bond on his mission is Chinese spy Wai Lin, played by actress Michelle Yeoh, who had gained acclaim for her work in martial arts movies with Jackie Chan. Working in Hong Kong, Yeoh had typically performed most of her own stunts, but was not allowed to do so on Tomorrow Never Dies due to insurance restrictions. Meanwhile, the other Bond girl, Teri Hatcher, had to shoot her scenes in the movie very quickly, as she had become pregnant prior to filming. Watch it all tonight on Reelzchannel at 1:00am ET/10pm PT and then check if you agree with our score on our scale of Bond movie campiness!tomorrow never dies
007 Movies All February watch another clip >> Posted 02.15.13 by Ryan
In the beginning, James Bond started out as a super suave British spy with brains, charm, and a knack for finding creative ways to get out of a tight spot. Over time the character has evolved (and sometimes devolved) and on occasion the over-the-top silliness of the movies can undercut 007's daring and wit.
With Skyfall being released on DVD and Blu-ray this week and Reelz airing Bond movies all month long, we thought now would be a great time to chart 007’s camp factor through the ages. We’ve picked one Bond flick from every decade to represent that era’s Bond to see how the different Bonds stack up cheese-wise. embrace the camp
007 Movies All February Check Out Our Bar Graph >> Posted 02.11.13 by Mandy
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Click to Rate the Top 10 Best James Bond Movies Posted 10.23.12 by BrentJS
"Just a drink. A martini, shaken, not stirred."
This is a big year for James Bond. Ian Fleming's iconic British spy celebrated 50 years as a motion picture hero on Oct. 5th, the golden anniversary of the debut of Dr. No in theaters, and the 23rd James Bond movie, Skyfall, will premiere in just one week in the U.K. (we Yanks have to wait until Nov. 9th). If you're a movie buff, chances are you've seen your fair share of James Bond movies over the years and you likely have your preference of Bond actors, whether Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, or the latest, Daniel Craig. But, just as 007 is superior to the other 00s in the service of Her Majesty, not all James Bond movies are created equal. Put on your tux, down a martini and help us sort through 50 years of James Bond movies to select the best of the best.
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Posted 10.20.12 by BrentJS
Tonight's Hollywood's Top Ten takes a look at the best motorcycle scenes on the big screen. Which movies made the list? Find out in the clip below. Then tune in tonight at 8:00 PM ET / 5:00 PM PT to see the full episode, or catch one of its encore showings. ReelzChannel is 299 on Dish, 238 on DirecTV, and available on your cable system. Posted 07.26.10 by reelz