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Win Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins on Blu-ray

7 July 2014 12:00 AM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

To mark the release of Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins on 7th July, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on Blu-ray.

First they faked his death and gave him a new identity. Now a top secret organisation is training a former New York cop to combat corrupt forces operating outside of the law. His mentor, Chiun, is an ageing Korean master of the martial arts who can run on water and dodge speeding bullets.

Born on the pages of Warren Murphy and Richard Sapir’s The Destroyer series of men’s adventure novels, Remo Williams was placed in the capable hands of Bond director Guy Hamilton (Goldfinger, The Man with the Golden Gun) for his big-screen outing. Fred Ward (Tremors) plays the trainee assassin, with Academy Award-winner Joel Grey (Cabaret) occupying the role of Chiun.

With its classic set-piece atop the Statue of Liberty, much-loved score by Craig Safan »

- Competitions

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Human See, Human Do: A Complete History of 'Planet of the Apes'

1 July 2014 7:20 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

A pop-culture touchstone, a nearly all-purpose metaphor and one of the most beloved sci-fi franchises of the Seventies and beyond, the Planet of the Apes films do what all good what-if fantasies should do: hold up a mirror to humanity and reflect our own conflicts, issues and failings back to us through a wildly outrageous premise. The original 1968 movie mixes satire, social commentary, action and suspense, capped by a first-rate twist at the end. ("Damn you, damn you all to hell!")

'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' »

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R.I.P. Stuntman Terry Richards

25 June 2014 7:32 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

The stuntman best known as the scimitar-wielding heavy blasted by Harrison Ford in Raiders Of The Lost Ark has died. Terry Richards was 81. During a prolific four-decade career, he took falls is such screen gems as Star Wars, The Dirty Dozen, Brazil, The Princess Bride, Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade and nine James Bond film with four 007 actors, ranging from From Russia With Love and Goldfinger to The World Is Not Enough. In the 1997 Bond pic Tomorrow Never Dies, a 65-year-old Richards worked over star Pierce Brosnan in a recording studio. The London native also served […] »

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50 brilliant movie opening credits sequences

25 June 2014 2:27 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

From a range of eras and genres, here's Jenny and Alex's light-hearted pick of 50 great opening title sequences from the movies...

Odd List

We don’t go to the cinema much, because we hate people. We also don’t go because there’s always the risk of accidentally going to see the wrong film. It's not helped by the fact that there's no way of telling until it’s too late, because there are no bloody opening credits on lots of modern films. And by the time you do realise, you’ve eaten all your popcorn and you can’t be bothered to move.

The movies on this list won’t give you that problem. These opening credits are perfect scene setters for the movies that follow, so you won’t have to worry about awkward popcorn wasting moments. It's not a top 50, rather a selection of 50 interesting credits sequences, »

- ryanlambie

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Visual Index ~ Goldfinger (1964)

17 June 2014 7:11 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

For the mid season finale of Hit Me With Your Best Shot, and since we've been revisiting 1964 for its 50th, we're looking at the James Bond classic Goldfinger (1964). After selecting the movie I began to worry that perhaps the early image of a dead beauty suffocated in gold paint was too iconic to have people looking elsewhere but trust this crowd to keep their eyes open and receptive to varying beauties. Or maybe the Best Shot club (open to all -why haven't you joined?) was just purposefully avoiding it due to its fame? 

Click on the images for the corresponding article...

Goldfinger'S Best Shots

9 shots chosen by 12 secret agents of blogging

(in chronological order within the film)

The image, created by Robert Brownjohn is nearly prophetic and totally inadvertently so... 

-The Movie Scene  *new participant* welcome!

Girls, Girls, Girls..."

-The Film's The Thing 

The all-time perfect collision of the things that, »


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We Need To Talk About James Bond's **** in "Goldfinger"

17 June 2014 2:23 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

[This article contains 50 year-old spoilers.]

Goldfinger (1964) Directed by Guy Hamilton.

If you're alive and semi-conscious about pop culture you know the James Bond template even if you've never seen one: Action Prologue, superfluous; Bond Girls, multiple not all of whom survive; Locations, multiple across the Globe; Talkative Villains; Impressive Gadgetry; Salty Quips; Fancy-Ass Title Sequence (with its own mandatory template items). Much of that was established or fine-tuned right here in the third Bond film Goldfinger (1964).

But we need to talk about James Bond's cock. By my count, imagination, and visual cross-checking [ahem] he is exceptionally virile, has an impressive rock-hard member, and beds three women in Goldfinger.

And yet...



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10 Most Badass Cars in Film

3 June 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Movies have introduced audiences to some of the coolest cars ever made. My love for cars comes from films and I’ve been able to go to a lot of car shows to see a lot of these iconic automobiles in person. I've come up with a top 10 list of what I think are the most badass movie vehicles that I would love to own.

Look over the the list and then let me know what your favorite movie cars are! 

1985 DeLorean - Back the Future

"Yes, the way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?" - Doc Brown

When I first saw this movie as a kid, the DeLorean time machine was my dream car. The older I got the more ridiculous that idea became. I still wouldn't mind owning one though! In the original draft of the script, »

- Joey Paur

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The Longest Day – The Memorial Day Blu Review

25 May 2014 9:32 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Review by Sam Moffitt

With Memorial Day, Fourth of July and most importantly, another June 6th, (the 70th anniversary of the landing in Normandy called Operation Overlord but always referred to as D-Day) approaching, I thought it appropriate to shine a light on one of the greatest war movies ever made, if not the greatest, which details the invasion of Europe, step by step; Darryl F Zanuck’s super production The Longest Day.

Firstly I have to say, as I’ve said before, I am against war, being a practicing Nicheren Buddhist , a member of the Soka Gakkai International, I do not believe war is necessary. But even before taking up the practice of Buddhism I have questioned every war the United States has become involved in since Vietnam. Yet I also served four years in the Us Navy, in peacetime, true, but I did serve my time and was honorably discharged. »

- Movie Geeks

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"Goldfinger" 50th Anniversary Event In Oslo, Norway May 22-23; Sir Ken Adam To Attend

16 May 2014 11:05 AM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

There will be a special two-day 50th anniversary tribute to the James Bond classic "Goldfinger" held in Oslo, Norway May 22-23. Ken Adam, the legendary Oscar-winning production designer, will be an honored guest along with his biographer Sir Christopher Frayling, Norman Wanstall (who won an Oscar for his sound effects for the film) and actress Margaret Nolan, who played "Dink" and whose body was seen in the classic opening titles sequence. For full information and schedule click here »

- (Cinema Retro)

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Actors Who’ve Played the Same Character the Most Times

12 May 2014 10:16 PM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

With Hugh Jackman currently negotiating to play Wolverine for a seventh and eighth time, Cinelinx takes a look at actors who’ve played the same role eight times or more. Who has played the same character most often? Come in and find out.

Hugh Jackman has already played Wolverine five times--x-Men (2000),  X2: X-Men United (2003) X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009), and The Wolverine (2013)—as well as a cameo in X-Men:First Class (2011). Soon we’ll be seeing him fully clawed again on the big screen in X-Men: Days of Future Past.  Recently, he told Collider that he might shoot Wolverine 3 and X-Men: Apocalypse “back-to-back”, which would make a total of eight times (9 times with the cameo) that he’ll portray the Canadian mutant.  

You might be thinking “Wow! That’s amazing! I’ve never heard of anyone playing the same role so many times.” Well, for those who may not know it, »

- (Rob Young)

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Double 0 Heaven: Seven James Bond Movies On Netflix In May

3 May 2014 3:44 AM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Seven James Bond films starring Sean Connery and Roger Moore debut in May on Netfllix, North America. Titles are:  Goldfinger, You Only Live Twice, A View to a Kill, From Russia With Love, Live and Let Die, For Your Eyes Only and Never Say Never Again.  Click here for a list of other films and TV shows debuting this month.  »

- (Cinema Retro)

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From Russia With Love's Visual Style

8 April 2014 9:40 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

On the 50th anniversary of "From Russia With Love"'s Us release our friend and James Bond expert Deborah Lipp (she even wrote a book about him!) is here to talk 007...

Sean Connery in "From Russia With Love" released 50 years ago today in the States

After 23 official films and 2 unofficial ones, From Russia With Love, the second James Bond adventure, remains the greatest of them all. Considered an iconic film in many ways, it may surprise the casual Bond viewer to note that certain "iconic" aspects of the Bond franchise were missing from or created in this film.

Let's focus on From Russia With Love's extraordinary visual signature on this anniversary

The first James Bond film, Dr. No, featured the production design of Ken Adam. Adam is justifiably famous. In Dr. No, he designed such sets as the nuclear launch room, and, needing one last set when the budget ran out, »

- Deborah Lipp

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"Bond In Motion" 007 Car Exhibition Opens In London: Cinema Retro Gives You A Sneak Peek

20 March 2014 7:30 AM, PDT | | See recent CinemaRetro news »

Amphibious Lotus Esprit seen in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

This model helicopter used in Skyfall (2012) is on display in the foyer.

The Cougar driven by Diana Rigg in On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

Cinema Retro London reporter Matthew Field admires the art gallery section of the exhibition.

Cinema Retro's Dave Worrall with Ken Adam's early sketches of the legendary Aston Martin DB5 that was first seen in Goldfinger (1964).

Blofeld's Bath-o-Sub, as seen in Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Speedboat driven by Roger Moore in his first Bond film, Live and Let Die (1973)

Dave and Matt get to ham it up with some "real" Bond girls: some of the ladies from Eon Productions. This souvenir photo puts attendees inside the legendary gun barrel and will be available at the Bond in Motion exhibition.

Entrance to the exhibition at the London Film Museum.

On Tuesday 18th March Cinema Retro was invited to »

- (Cinema Retro)

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Top 5 Movie Cars of All Time

8 March 2014 3:00 AM, PST | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

From the arrival of cinema and a train steaming into La Ciotat Station cinema audiences have long been in love with both the fast and the furious. The adage ‘the car’s the star’ has long been evident in Hollywood’s annals with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Herbie, the Batmobile or the family of Minis (Minions?) in The Italian Job taking centre stage and linger in the memory.

In association with the people from Van Monster we stood atop our internet tower and gazed at the past, then plucked five of the most iconic vehicles to appear in movies.

5) 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

As featured in: Smokey And The Bandit (1977)

Registration plate: Ban One

Hired by Texan double-act Big Enos and his son Little Enos to transport then-prohibited Coors beer to Georgia in under 28 hours, Bo ‘Bandit’ Darville requests a fast car to act as a blocker – a distraction for »

- Simon Williams

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Sean Connery urges fellow Scots to vote in favour of free Scotland

3 March 2014 2:04 AM, PST | | See recent RealBollywood news »

Washington, March 3: Scottish veteran actor Sean Connery has asked fellow Scots to vote for an independent Scotland when a referendum is held in September.

The 'Goldfinger' actor wrote in a UK publication that the opportunity to separate from UK is too good to miss, Fox News reported.

Connery, who was born in Edinburgh but now lives in the Bahamas, said that independence would fire up the film and creative industries, creating new jobs in Scotland.

The longtime independence advocate insisted that a vote for independence would bring renewed focus on Scottish culture, heritage and creative excellence. (Ani) »

- Anita Agarwal

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Goldfinger inspiring industrialist's Van Gogh set to be auctioned

2 March 2014 1:25 AM, PST | | See recent RealBollywood news »

London, Mar. 2: The memorial painting 'Le Moulin de la Galette' by Van Gogh will go for an auction at the annual Tefaf art fair in Maastricht, Netherland.

The painting was once owned by a powerful American industrialist, Charles Engelhard, the flamboyant president of the Engelhard Minerals and Chemicals Corporation, bought it in 1958, who was the inspiration behind Ian Fleming's Goldfinger to create his arch-villain Auric Goldfinger for the James Bond movie, the Guardian reported.

'Le Moulin de la Galette' painted in 1887 portrays a windmill against a sunny sky above Montmartre in Paris and is visibly signed by Van Gogh.

James Roundell, the dealer that will handle the sale said that this is a painting that has. »

- Smith Cox

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Half a century on, Goldfinger's Van Gogh goes up for auction

1 March 2014 4:06 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Landmark painting Le Moulin de la Galette was once owned by man who inspired James Bond's famous villain

A painting that made Vincent van Gogh's name will go on sale this month after almost half a century hidden away in private ownership.

Le Moulin de la Galette depicts a windmill against a sunny sky above Montmartre in Paris. It was first shown in public in Amsterdam, 15 years after Van Gogh's death. Later it was the proud possession of the powerful American industrialist who inspired Ian Fleming to create his arch-villain Auric Goldfinger, the quintessential enemy of James Bond, whose closest companion was a fluffy white cat.

Van Gogh painted the work in April 1887 at a key point in the development of his vibrant, colourful style. During a two-year period, just after he had moved to Paris to live with his brother, Theo, the impoverished painter moved away from »

- Vanessa Thorpe

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On Her Majesty's Secret Service recap: a 007 outlier with a truly human Bond

23 February 2014 2:10 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

George Lazenby lacks the swagger of Sean Connery, but this 1969 black sheep – on ITV1 today at 3pm – is possibly the best Bond film ever

"This never happened to the other fellow" – James Bond

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Ohmss) had a lot to live up to. As far as the entire world was concerned, Sean Connery was James Bond. And here was some impostor – worse, an impostor from the colonies, George Lazenby, whom nobody had heard of – waltzing in to take his place. It wasn't right. It wouldn't do. To rub everyone's noses in it even further, On Her Majesty's Secret Service deliberately stuck closely to the book, which meant no audience-pleasing whizz-bang gadgets. And what's with the bummer of an ending? No wonder the film only took half the amount of You Only Live Twice at the box office.

And yet I will fight anyone who dares to tell »

- Stuart Heritage

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The Cinematography of 'The Ipcress File' and The 'Frame Within the Frame'

4 February 2014 6:50 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Los Angeles-based film editor Vashi Nedomansky writes about visual effects, low budget filmmaking and editing techniques on his blog. Recently, he wrote about the innovative cinematography in Sidney J. Furie's spy thriller "The Ipcress File." Indiewire is republishing his post below. In 1965, Sidney J. Furie directed the spy thriller "The Ipcress File" starring a young Michael Caine. Producer Harry Saltzman used the same core production team he employed on "Dr. No" (1962), "From Russia with Love" (1963) and "Goldfinger" (1964). Editor Peter Hunt, Production Designer Ken Adam and Composer John Barry gave this film a stylized, signature look and sound, one that was the antithesis of James Bond. Furie and Czech cinematographer Otto Heller redefined their visual vocabulary by deciding to shoot as much of the film as possible through obstructions or foreground objects. They did this on 100 separate shots. In the past, a large foreground object usually meant it was the focus of. »

- Indiewire

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The Poirot Collection: Blu-ray box set

25 January 2014 5:30 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

(Sidney Lumet, John Guillermin, Guy Hamilton, 1974-82; StudioCanal, PG)

The production partnership of John Brabourne (the Eton-educated seventh Baron Brabourne) and Richard B Goodwin (who started out as a teenage tea boy with the Rank Organisation) is one of the most interesting in the British cinema. Its highlights include David Lean's A Passage to India and the two-part Little Dorrit, but its most popular works were the period Agatha Christie pictures that brought all-star casting and unfashionably high production values to the whodunit and set new standards for the string of TV productions that followed. Brabourne's father-in-law Lord Mountbatten helped secure the rights from Dame Agatha, and the three best are the Hercule Poirot mysteries in this Blu-ray set. Ustinov plays the Belgian sleuth both in John Guillermin's Death on the Nile (1978), scripted by Anthony Shaffer and superbly photographed by Jack Cardiff, and in Guy Hamilton's bland »

- Philip French

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