Thursday, 20 October 2011

Goldeneye - REVIEW

Film of the Day #227/ 300

After six years without a 007 movie, Goldeneye reignited the James Bond franchise and proved there was life in the sexist misogynist dinosaur following the end of the Cold War. Directed by Martin Campbell in 1995, Goldeneye is a stylish and spectacular 007 adventure that entertained a new generation of cinema-goers and advanced and modernised the traditional 007 representations and stereotypes with an added nineties twist. Pierce Brosnan dazzles in his debut performance as the world most famous spy, in one of the most interesting and engaging James Bond movies ever.