Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog!
I make no apologies in my opinion of Daniel Craig as the best incarnation of James Bond. Craig’s Bond is a badass of the first order, dispensing his particular skills (sorry, Liam Neeson) with utter precision and brutality. If I were to have any criticism of the character it’s in the fact that Craig’s 007 broods a bit too much for my taste. Narratively speaking, it’s necessary for this emotional introspection to take place due to the demands of the now four-film story arc, yet slowly but surely Craig’s Bond is becoming the Bond we all know and love. “Spectre” continues this evolution and, aside from a few mostly minor bumps in the road, is a rousing, entertaining success. Continue reading
Howdy folks! It’s The Kendog!
Having just come from the latest James Bond Film “Spectre” I have to say one of the things that impressed me was the level of humor coming from Daniel Craig’s Bond this time around. While not gut-bustingly over-the-top in the vein of the hope-I-never-see-it Jim Carrey interpretation of Bond, Craig’s superspy is not quite as dour as he’s been in the last few entries. Speaking of Craig’s sense of humor, I ran across this almost by accident and laughed my rather large posterior off. Imagine, if you will, what would happen if James Bond had to rent a car and the rental agent was none other than Stephen Colbert. This is from a recent episode of Colbert’s “The Late Show.” Bonus points for Craig barely keeping it together during the long sketch. Enjoy! So Sayeth The Kendog! Continue reading