Imo and James Have Returned – and they’re shaking things up (not stirring…plenty more where that came from) in this new season of ‘Nostalgia Hits Differently’ by inviting two 007 ‘specialists’ to the party.
In anticipation of the new Bond film No Time to Die, the critics are on a mission to uncover the Bond of their youths, starting with a curated look at the 1990’s: ‘GoldenEye’ (1995) and ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ (1997), starring the boyish Pierce Brosnan as the signature ‘spy’.
Alongside the standard stunts, action set-pieces and cringy quips, they debate the post-Cold War ‘undressing’ of this cultural icon.
Who was James Bond in the late 20th Century and what is he today? Gym-bro ideal? Human drone? Embodied Britishness? Drag act?
This is the first part of a four part series that will uncover the remembrances and relevancy of the late 20th / early 21st Century ‘Bond’ franchise. Featuring special guests and Bond aficionados Josh and Fav.
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