Fifty years in, the spy is ever less relevant - and still beloved. Why?
Fifty years after the release of the very first Hollywood adaptation of Ian Fleming's superspy, James Bond returns to make his 23rd appearance on the silver screen this month in Skyfall, Daniel Craig's third crack at the character. The media blitz for the film's premiere is already in full effect, l ... More >>
In compiling a list of the best Bond baddies, one has to establish a few parameters. For starters, you must take into account the bad guy's ultimate objective, weighting plans for global conquest/destruction more heavily than mere monetary gain. Then there are more esoteric factors, like background, ... More >>
It's a time-honored rule of mainstream cinema that evil never triumphs. And in the case of the James Bond franchise, evildoers often come to an elabroate and overly painful end. Here then are the best villain death from the 007 series. 5. Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean) - Goldeneye (1995) Sorry, but ev ... More >>