July 12th, 2012
by Q-branch staff
When James Bond arrives in Spain on the tail of Cuban hitman Hector Gonzales in For Your Eyes Only, he sees him killed in front of him, shot with an arrow. Making his escape from the scene he runs into the assassin, Melina Havelock, who turns out to be the daughter of Sir Timothy Havelock, a marine biologist working for the British who had been murdered by Gonzales, triggering Bond’s investigation.
September 16th, 2010
by Nick Parkhouse
The Bond series frequently follows the same pattern. Films get ever more action-packed and begin to feature increasing numbers of gadgets and explosions. That is, until a director decides to change direction and revert back to a more subdued affair, more faithful to Ian Fleming’s books. It happened with On Her Majesty’s Secret Service as […]