Restarted by Martin Campbell, amplified by Sam Mendes, and closed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the last 15 years have crafted an unprecedented interconnected world for a James Bond character that normally graced the screen with one-off dalliances. Centered on Daniel Craig’s granite portrayal of the character, the writers and filmmakers have built something special in the post-9/11 and post-Jason Bourne landscape of spy films. The Cinephile Hissy Fit podcast, sponsored and supported by the Ruminations Radio Network, looks back on this cinematic history for a special episode collecting the entire five-film Craig run.
For our 35th episode, 25YL film critics, turkey-stuffed dads, and holiday-ready school teachers Will Johnson and Don Shanahan wear black on this Black Friday not only look snazzy but to mourn the end of the Daniel Craig era of James Bond with an episode on the actor’s run that ended with the long-delayed No Time to Die. Fill your martini glasses and get tanked in-between football games with two guys you’d rather have at your Thanksgiving table.
Cinephile Hissy Fits is a 25YL media podcast, brought to you by RuminationsRadioNetwork.com. Please visit, rate, review and subscribe. If you enjoyed this show, we have more where that came from, with interesting hosts, and wonderful guests. All available on iTunes, Spotify, and anywhere you find your favorite shows. Follow the show on Twitter at @CinephileFit and on Facebook. Also, find both Will Johnson and Don Shanahan on Letterboxd as the accumulate their viewings and build their ranks and lists from James Bond and beyond.
As Will and Don love to say, come for the shared challenge and tirade and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Thank you so much for your captive audience and social media participation! Enjoy our new podcast episode!