After a brief hiatus, the 007 gang is back in action! Now officially in the 90s and Pierce Brosnan era, the boys talk about the 1995 film GoldenEye. Brosnan's inaugural turn as the British superspy repositioned the franchise for a post-Cold War world and reinvigorated the film series for new audiences. Listen as the boys revisit the flick, admire Sean Bean way too long, and imagine what a Nic Cage Bond would've been like.

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The 007 crew reassembles this week to talk about the final film of the classic James Bond run, 1989's Licence to Kill! Timothy Dalton's swan song to the franchise saw the venerable British super spy go rogue, leaving Her Majesty's Secret Service to seek revenge for an assault on his newlywed friend in an adventure that runs tougher and meaner than any Bond film before and arguably any Bond film since.See how they think the flick holds up nearly 30 years later!

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Team 007 reconvenes to talk about the first Bond film after the lengthy Roger Moore era, The Living Daylights. Timothy Dalton's debut as the British super spy started with this 1987 film with an effort to bring the cinematic franchise closer to gets darker, literary roots and breathed new life into the already venerable series but how does it hold up over 30 years later? The boys compare their notes here.

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The boys wrap up the Roger Moore era in this installment as they revisit the venerable actor's final performance as the iconic British superspy in A View to a Kill! The 1985 flick was a calculated effort to make James Bond cooler to young audiences again but with a lead actor pushing 60, could they pull it off? Of course not. Find out why the boys think so here.

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The gang reconvenes to talk Roger Moore's penultimate appearance as British super spy James Bond in 1983's Octopussy. Despite his visible age, Moore is enticed back in the role that catapulted him to international stardom to compete with the return of Sean Connery as Bond...in a film by a completely different studio! How do the films hold up 35 years later? The boys find out here...

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The 007 gang is back, now talking about the Bond films of the 1980s at the latter half of the Roger Moore era in the cinematic franchise. This time around, the boys talk 1981's For Your Eyes Only, Sam's personal favorite installment starring Moore. The gang stands divided as Garrett deconstructs the franchise's attempt to course-correct from the previous film and leads the quartet to question how they feel about the "serious" Moore flick.

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The gang reconvenes to discuss Garrett's personal favorite James Bond film (and gateway into the franchise), Moonraker! The 1979 spy flick took cues from science fiction movies like Star Wars ruling the box office at the time and propelled 007 into outer space to save the world! Listen as the boys talk about the most outlandish, over-the-top Bond film yet!

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Team 007 reconvenes to discuss 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me! In many ways, the film that saved the franchise and cemented the character's relevance beyond the 1960s, the tenth Bond film is the first that truly was tailored to star Roger Moore's strengths and stands among one of the greatest entries in the long-running cinematic franchise. Listen to what the boys think of it!

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The gang looks back on Roger Moore's sophomore outing as James Bond in The Man with the Golden Gun! An attempt to cash-in on kung fu movies while continuing to establish Moore as the British super-spy, the 1974 film very nearly killed the franchise upon its initial release both commercially and critically. Listen to what the boys think of it!

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Sam, Jake, Rich, and Garrett reconvene to discuss the first film from the Roger Moore era, Live and Let Die! The 1973 film was inspired heavily by blaxploitation flicks prevalent in the States at the time and sought to reinvent James Bond with a new actor in the role and to course correct from the excesses of the previous film. However, it has since earned a reputation for racist overtones; listen as the gang looks back on the film and its legacy. Also, the gang speculates about the newly announced 25th Bond film scheduled for 2019!

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