Published on November 9, 2020 by Darren
I published a new one As part of Piece at The dropout this evening. because Gold eye Turning 25 this month, it seemed like a timely time to look back on one of the underrated entries in the franchise.
Gold eye came to a changed world after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Many of the underlying assumptions of the Bond franchise were no longer relevant to the new world order. At the same time, the Bond franchise found itself in an existential crisis after the previous film’s commercial disappointment and the longest gap between rates to date. However, Gold eye encountered a novel solution to this problem: instead of fighting the idea of Bond as a man out of time, it would embrace it.