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From Russia With Love Review: One Of The Best Bond Movies In The Series

From Russia With Love is an improvement on every level from Dr. No. It was a first Bond film with the musical title sequence and featured the first appearances of Q and Blofeld. Although it had a bigger budget than Dr. No, From Russia With Love is more of a thrilling Cold War thriller than a big-budget action spectacle.

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Dr. No Review: James Bond Movie That Started It All

Although not the best Bond film and not as amusing or thrilling as some of the best entrances in the franchise, Dr. No is a solid action thriller and introduction to agent 007 with great casting choice in Sean Connery for the lead and iconic theme song but that feels outdated with poor and unconvincing action scenes.

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The Gentlemen review – Guy Ritchie’s return to form

With its non-linear structure, interesting story, memorable characters, funny dialogues, very good soundtrack, excellent performances from the cast and energetic directing style, The Gentlemen is well worth your time. The main problem with The Gentlemen is that Ritchie made this type of movie a couple of times before.

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Well-shot, directed, acted and written, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is an interesting and sometimes funny dark comedy/drama with excellent performances from Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell.

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War for the Planet of the Apes

Decent end to new apes trilogy, War of the Planet of the Apes is pretty good drama with outstanding special effects.