Reel Comic Heroes 063 - The Living Daylights

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Reel Comic Heroes

063 - The Living Daylights

Watching a Bond movie is sort of like coming back home. But this time, it’s like coming home, and finding out that someone else has moved in. We’re looking at a new James Bond for the first time in quite a while. Timothy Dalton takes over as 007 in ‘The Living Daylights’. Find out what we thought, and let us know what you think. Join our Facebook group ‘Reel Comic Heroes - League of Citizens’ to discuss this and any other geeky topic on your mind.

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Next time on Reel Comic Heroes - InnerSpace. 

 

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Reel Comic Heroes 052 - A View to a Kill

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Sir Roger Moore embodied the role of British Agent 007 for 12 years in 7 Bond movies. He was the longest-serving James Bond actor.

Join us as we take a look at Moore’s last outing as James Bond in 1985s A View to a Kill.

An investigation of a horse-racing scam leads 007 to a mad industrialist who plans to create a worldwide microchip monopoly by destroying California's Silicon Valley.

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Next time on Reel Comic Heroes - Back to the Future

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Reel Comic Heroes 033 - For Your Eyes Only

It’s a little bit From Russia With Love and a little bit On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, it’s For Your Eyes Only. This movie has elements of a lot of James Bond blended into a sort of, greatest hits with the return of Roger Moore as Britain’s top secret agent.

Bond is sent to investigate and recover a secret British spy device before it can be claimed by the Russians. On the way he teams up with a dangerous woman with a desire for revenge.

In this episode we did discover Batman’s secret source of his Bat Shark Repellant!

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Next time on Reel Comic Heroes - Swamp Thing

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Reel Comic Heroes 025 - Moonraker

This was a weird movie. Overall, we liked it, but we're not really sure why. A lot of it doesn't work, and it's a bit of a mess. But somehow Moonraker has a charm that left us satisfied. With the Star Wars craze in full swing, Bond had to make it into space as quickly as possible. Let us know what you thought of Moonraker.

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Our next movie will continue our journey across the vast ocean of space in a little movie called Star Trek: The Motion Picture

 

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Reel Comic Heroes 020 - The Spy Who Loved Me

Greetings, Citizens and Bond fans. We're back with our review of Roger Moore in 1977s The Spy Who Loved Me. We went into this one a little skeptical, as some of the recent Bond films have been so-so. We came out of it thoroughly entertained and hopeful of Bond's future. With TSWLM, it feels as if Roger Moore has become comfortable in the role and has made it his own. 

We'll be back next week with a look at the first trailer for Ghostbusters

Spoiler Warning: At the end of the episode we talk a little about recent events of CW's The Flash

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