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in anticipation of the next installment of our favorite globe-trotting spy in "No Time To Die" (US release date of October 8, 2021), now comes a documentary retrospective of Daniel Craig's 15 year adventure as James Bond. The best part being that it's free; we are definitely "shaken, not stirred" about this one. Shop Now at Apple
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- includes all nine mainline movies
- let's walk through some possible comments:
- Yes, probably at most four of these movies are good (take your own pick on which)
- Yes, we'd all pay about $20 extra if the original trilogy were free of its latter-day "improvements"
- Yes, the only person who comes through the entire ennealogy with credibility entirely intact is John Williams
- No, Jar Jar Binks isn't "like, weird hot"