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    James Bond Journey

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    In the movie James Bond: Dr. No, James bond, a british spy, is the protagonist and he goes on the hero’s journey to accomplish his mission of finding out what happened to John Strangways, an agent working in Jamaica, given to him by his boss. Over the course of the journey, James Bond changes as he becomes braver, and also realizes he has feelings for a girl named Honey Ryder. This change is significant, because towards the end of the film, James Bond goes back in the building that has a nuclear core meltdown, to save her life. Throughout the course of this movie, James Bond faces many challenges. The first challenge is when a phony government driver takes him to his destination. Bond finds out, and overtakes the driver The next challenge Bond faces is when he becomes seduced by an asian secretary, who works under a government official, who tries to hand Bond over to the antagonist, yet Bond discovers her true intents and has the police come arrest her. While at the lady’s house, a professor whom Bond spoke to earlier tries to kill him, and Bond overtakes the professor. Bond also discovers the antagonist, who is Dr. No, has a lair on Crab Island, and goes there. Bond meets a girl named Honey there, and faces his next challenge when the doctor’s men try to shoot him and send dogs…

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    James Bond Masculinity

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    James Bond, a man of many adventures, the star of several books and movie’s, has become the picture of British masculinity. This British masculinity can be defined by the rigorous consistency, sophistication, social elegance, physical and intellectual superiority, and levelheadedness with which Bond gracefully and timely saves the world from its unknown offenders. This ideal man is the height of British superiority and his adventures are the epitome of Anglo-centric world views during the cold…

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    Who Is James Bond A Hero

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    Bond, James Bond. The infamous phrase heard from the James Bond series. The James Bond series focuses on a fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming; who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. Ian Fleming once stated, “I don't regard James Bond precisely as a hero, but at least he does get on and do his duty, in an extremely corny way.” In the nearly 50 years since he first appeared on the big screen, James Bond’s character has evolved…

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    must be the James Bond franchise. Ever since the chauffeur blows himself up with the cyanide cigarette in Dr No, we’ve been fascinated by the quirky gadgets. The scene were Q would present James Bond with the latest equipment has become a thrilling event in itself. Not only have these gadgets managed to captivate our imaginations on screen, some of them have found their way on to the mainstream. So, what are some of the most memorable gadgets of James Bond? Spiked Umbrella from For Your Eyes…

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    Swap the tights for a $3000 suit and the Batmobile for an Aston Martin, and voila, you’ve got yourself a hero! However, James Bond, being the egotistical character that he is, isn’t quite as merciful and emotionally driven as our everyday heroes, which makes us wonder, is Bond a hero… or not? 2006 film Casino Royale directed by Martin Campbell, is the first of the James Bond movies to star Daniel Craig as 007. Armed with a Walther PPK and a license to kill, Bond sets out on a daring mission to…

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    and exciting action scenes that led to it being called “the first James Bond film,” as noted by The Guardian’s John Peterson (Peterson). Even if it is one’s first time viewing the film, it is easy to pick up on moments that are obviously iconic, including the moving text in the opening credits, the crop duster attack, and of course the final scene on the face of Mount Rushmore. Although the film spouts originality and iconic moments, there is one element that stands most important in moving…

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    James Bond Weddings

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    The perfect James Bond Theme Wedding Weddings that have a central theme are becoming more popular in recent trends. One such wedding theme that has gained a lot of buzz and attention is the James Bond themed weddings. James Bond is a very influential fictional character that is known for his debonair smile and suave attitude. Brides and grooms alike will be able to enjoy a wedding that has been inspired by the 007 movie universe—full of intrigue and mystery. Below is a guide that includes…

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    James Bond Stereotypes

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    In mediums, such as film and TV, I believe stereotyping has developed an unhealthy, negative outlook on narratives. The idea of narratives being structured in similar ways leads me to think that characters in these narratives have been structured to, therefore, stereotyped. An example of this is the character of James Bond; the actor is typically known to be a white, attractive male actor. But why couldn’t the role be taken by a black actor? This has been a hot topic currently with debates on…

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    James Bond Personality

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    In the few ways tobacco companies are able to reach and influence younger audiences, a specifically potent one is when the movie’s titular characters radiate a confident and desirable personality that coincides with their usage of cigarettes. In the 1962 classic Dr. No, actor Sean Connery gives viewers the first look at the iconic James Bond when he introduces himself at a casino table in England early in the movie. After winning two hands against an intimidating yet beautiful women, an unseen…

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    When you think of a spy, you think of a strong man, a person with a large supply of the coolest weapons and a guy dressed in a slick Tucci to. But for spy’s in real life, this isn’t the case. In real life, as ‘spy’ isn’t the ‘contract killer’, but a normal person. This could be a kitchenhand at your local Nando's, or a barrister at your local coffee shop. These people are designed to blend-in, as that is what a spy's job is. However since the late 1950s’, the “spy genre” has become wider known…

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