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Movie Review – ‘No Time to Die’


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Well, after several delays, including ones because of the Covid-19 pandemic – please keep safe, the latest film of the James Bond 007 series has finally been released. ‘No Time to Die’ is the fifth and final film of the Daniel Craig era of James Bond. I’m positive many have been looking forward to this. Continue reading

Movie Trailer Review – ‘No Time to Die’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s time to talk about a James Bond movie that was meant to come out at cinemas in April 2020, but has sadly been rescheduled to November instead due to the Covid-19 crisis – please keep safe. I’m of course talking about ‘No Time to Die’. I hope I’ll see the movie soon. It seems to be pretty exciting. Continue reading

Christmas DVD review – ‘Goldfinger’

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Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

Let me share with you another DVD I got for Christmas from my best mate, Stephen. This is the James Bond film, ‘Goldfinger’, with Sean Connery. Now, I have seen this movie before when one of my other friends, David, brought it into school for us in the class to watch during one Christmas time. Continue reading

Quick DVD Box Set Review – ‘James Bond 007 – The Roger Moore Collection’

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For Sir Roger Moore

The name is Bond…James Bond!

For the past two months, I’ve been watching the James Bond movies with Sir Roger Moore with my parents! I’ve enjoyed watching all seven James Bond movies! They’ve been full of action; adventure; thrills; guns; cars; psychotic villains and of course so many beautiful girls for Bond to fall in love with! Continue reading

Roger Moore – 1927-2017


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I’d like to make a tribute to the actor Sir Roger Moore. I’m saddened to hear the news of his passing. For me, Sir Roger is well-known for playing Simon Templar in ‘The Saint’ TV series during the 1960s as well as playing James Bond in the movies during the 1970/80s. Sir Roger will be so terribly missed. Continue reading