Male Bonding ranks all the gadgets from all the official and unofficial films and television shows. We pick from 1954's Casino Royale to 2015's Spectre, and everything in between. What are your top gadgets? Let us know in the comments below. The post James Bond’s Top 10 Gadgets in Film appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
For the last of our three episodes on James Bond Themes, the Male-Bonders looks back at 12 songs from the films of License To Kill, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre. The post Ranking the James Bond Themes Part 3 appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
For the second of three episodes on James Bond Themes, the Male-Bonders looks back at 13 songs from the films of Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, Never Say Never Again, A View to a Kill, The Living Daylights. The post Ranking the James Bond Themes Part 2 appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
For the first of three episodes on James Bond Themes, the Male-Bonders looks back at 13 songs from the films of Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, Casino Royale (1967), and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. The post Ranking the James Bond Themes Part 1 appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
The Daniel Craig Retrospective looks back at all the James Bond films of Daniel Craig: Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, and Spectre. We rank his love scenes, fight scenes, best villains, gadgets, theme songs, and anything else we want to say about his time as Great Britain's number one spy. The post Daniel Craig Restrospective appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.

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Bond carries out an unauthorized mission in Mexico City. He levels a building and throws down in a helicopter above a parade, but comes away with a ring with a mysterious symbol on it. M is not amused and puts Bond on a leave of absence, with smart blood that tracks his every move. The post Spectre (2015) appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
Bond and a female agent chase an assassin, Patrice, through Istanbul. Patrice has stolen a hard drive containing the identities of all MI6 agents, and agents of British allies. Bond chases him to a train. When they fight atop the train, the other agent takes a risky shot and hits Bond. Patrice escapes. The post Skyfall (2012) appeared first on MHM Podcast Network.
     
We begin moments after Casino Royale ends. Bond flees with Mr. White in his trunk. He brings Mr. White in for questioning with M and some other agents. Mr. White, though, has a man on the inside, and one of the agents, M’s own bodyguard, opens fire on Bond and M. The post Quantum of Solace (2008) appeared first on MHM Podcast Network on Movie House Memories.
     
The film begins with a young James Bond in Prague discussing his first kill with a traitorous MI6 station chief, just before Bond kills the station chief as well. The post Casino Royale (2006) appeared first on MHM Podcast Network on Movie House Memories.
     
The Pierce Brosnan Retrospective looks back at all the James Bond films of Pierce Brosnan: Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, and Die Another Day. We rank his love scenes, fight scenes, best villains, gadgets, theme songs, and anything else we want to say about his time as Great Britain's number one spy. The post Pierce Brosnan Retrospective appeared first on MHM Podcast Network on Movie House Memories.
Die Another Day begins with James Bond meeting with a North Korean army officer named Colonel Moon about a terrorist from the same country by the name of Zhao. As usual, things don’t go as planned, and Bond is exposed as a British agent. The post Die Another Day (2002) Podcast Review appeared first on MHM Podcast Network on Movie House Memories.
     
After an oil tycoon and friend of M is assassinated at MI6 headquarters, Bond discovers that Renard, a terrorist with a bullet in his head, is behind the plot. Bond is sent to protect the tycoon’s daughter, Elektra. The post The World Is Not Enough (1999) appeared first on MHM Podcast Network on Movie House Memories.
     
James Bond is spying on an arms bazaar and escapes before a naval missile destroys nuclear warheads. However, Henry Gupta manages to escape with a military GPS encoder amid the frenzy. The post Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) appeared first on Movie House Memories.
     
In 1986, Bond is on a mission to destroy a Russian weapons facility with his chum and fellow agent Alec Trevelyan, 006. The mission goes south, and Alec is shot by the Russians while Bond escapes, completing the mission. The post Goldeneye (1995) appeared first on Movie House Memories.
     
The Timothy Dalton Retrospective looks back at all the James Bond films of Timothy Dalton: The Living Daylights and License To Kill. We rank his love scenes, fight scenes, best villains, gadgets, theme songs, and anything else we want to say about his time as Great Britain’s number one spy. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended … The post Timothy Dalton Retrospective appeared first on Movie House Memories.
     

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