#563: Spectre / Top 5 James Bond Tropes w/ Chris Klimek
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Friday, 13 November 2015 00:00

Spectre / ...

Daniel Craig’s James Bond is more serious, more human and more haunted than his predecessors. Does that make him the best? (Yes, actually it does.) Craig’s fourth and latest outing as Bond, SPECTRE, topped the box office in its opening weekend. Adam and Josh review and share their Top 5 Bond Tropes with the help of special guest Bond expert Chris Klimek.

This episode is brought to you by MUBI and Harry's (use code FILMSPOTTING).

Filmspotting #563

Filmspotting #563

0:00-2:26 - Billboard / Sponsors
2:26-27:27 - Review: "Spectre"
Music: Shirley Bassey, "Goldfinger"
28:27-30:45 - Promo: Harry's
30:45-42:28 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
42:28-44:33 - Brickspotting: "Heart of a Dog"
Music: Nancy Sinatra, "You Only Live Twice"
45:15-52:01 - Donations / SVU Promo
52:01-1:21:25 - Top 5: James Bond Tropes
1:21:25-1:25:47 - Close / Outtake


- Massacre Theatre winner:  Rochelle Fetters, Seattle, WA


- Bond Themes


- Josh's "Movies Are Prayers" Tumblr

- Josh's Spectre review

- The Next Picture Show

- Michael Phillips on "Heart of a Dog"

- Matt Singer ranks every Bond

- Chris Klimek

- Klimek's "Spectre" review

- Klimek on the history of SPECTRE


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