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Live and Let Die

Can’t miss him. It’s like following a cue ball.
22 April 2019

After Moonraker we thought it might be a good idea to go and revisit some of Roger’s better work.

I reviewed it in 2015 and perhaps I was a bit harsh. Yes it’s dated, but it’s also rather good. It’s funny, charming and strikes a new tone to break away from the Connery days.

The blackspoilation theme is a bit odd but Live and Let Die takes its fish-out-of-water idea and runs with it.

Glad I re-watched this.