Pierce Brosnan As James Bond: ‘The Brosnan Age’
Being a James Bond fan I decided to take a look at the four 007 films of Pierce Brosnan – GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999) and Die Another Day (2002). After making video reviews of all the previous entries in the Bond series, Brosnan seemed like the next inevitable step.
Titled The Brosnan Age, this series was meant to convey my opinions and feelings about this seven year period in the 007 film series, along with some history about the films and some fun stuff thrown in for fellow Bond fans.
These reviews have gotten much more detailed, longer and much more involved than how I started them. Originally they were meant to be quick one minute reviews of each film. But as things progressed I realized I had much more to say about the films, so why not do it. Even if these reviews almost equaled the running time of the films.
I completed The Brosnan Age awhile back, but as I’m currently working on the next batch of 007 reviews I thought it would be nice to take a moment and thank the followers of this series. I really appreciate those fans who’ve been watching my 007 video projects from the beginning and have consistently asked me about when the next one will be arriving, along with the newer fans who have discovered them.
Knowing that these projects are being anticipated by some has kept me motivated to continue them. Their enthusiasm for James Bond, the feedback they’ve given me about these 007 projects and hearing their passionate feelings about all things Bond (whether they agree with my opinions or not) makes all the time and work that goes into making them well worth it.
This has been in my head lately, since I’m back working in Bond territory. I realize that I am no longer making these just for myself, but a few other 007 fans who are looking forward to watching them. And that’s pretty cool!
The Brosnan Age Introduction