"No Time to Die" deviates from the Bond film formula in an attempt to develop a fresh James Bond, yet nonetheless comes out unoriginal and gimmicky.
Following a flurry of community input after his last pizza review, Mark Huerta takes on rating another five restaurants.
I consider myself an extreme pizzaphile, so for the benefit of our readers, I have eaten and reviewed five pizza restaurants within the city limits of Palo Alto.
Sir Sean Connery defined what it meant to play Agent 007 — smooth, charming, ruthless and always ready for a one-liner.
If central casting were to pick a president, you would probably get Henry Fonda. Honest and compassionate with that folksy charm, Fonda fits into the role of movie president like a glove. We’d love to meet him on a happier day, but the script has decided otherwise. In “Fail Safe,” accidental communication orders an American bomber to drop a nuclear bomb over the Soviet Union.
Despite being Italian, “A Fistful of Dollars” is the Western in its thickest, purest form. Every scene is either a shootout or exposition necessary for the next one. No hoedowns in a saloon, no speechifying from pioneer dads on rocking chairs about hard work and frontier values. Just shootouts, scenes leading to shootouts and more shootouts.