Celebrating the release of Casino Royale this past Tuesday, here are 13 Reasons Daniel Craig is now the Best Bond:
1. He has the best build for someone who’s supposed to be good at fighting. He’s actually believable as a spy.
2. He had to overcome a lot of suspicion that he’d be a decent Bond. He’s blond and not a pretty-boy. And everyone ended up being more than surprised (me included) and loving him.
3. He’s the only straight man that can pull-off wearing a Speedo.
From Sara HoweÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s site:
Science Fiction Book Club listed the most significant SF novels between 1953-2006.
Bold the ones you have read, strike through the ones you read and hated, italicize those you started but never finished and put a star next to the ones you love.
That’s right. Casino Royale starring Daniel Craig, the best Bond to date (pun intended), releases on DVD today!
Casino Royale (Widescreen Two-Disc Special Edition) Prices:
Walmart – $15.87
Target – $15.99
Target – $19.99 (Special exclusive, including the book Bond on Set: Filming Casino Royale… If I didn’t have it alread, this is the one I would have gotten. Great deal!)
Amazon – $15.99
Best Buy – $15.99 (Plus, free Aston Martin Toy Car)
Costco – $19.49
Lifetime’s Blood Ties Looks Like a Hit
I have literally gotten hundreds of hits to this site, in the past couple days, searching for more information on Blood Ties! Everywhere I look, people are raving about it.
So, I finally watched the 2-hour premier based on Tanya Huff’s five-book vampire series, The Blood Books, and I have to admit that it looks promising. Vicki is an ex cop-turned private investigator, who stumbles upon a gruesome murder in progress. The clues point to the murderer being a vampire. Along the way, Vicki teams up with Henry (a vampire himself) to try to descover who’s behind the multiple attacks.
Taking from BookgirlÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s site, here’s what’s on my TBR list by theme:
The Ultimate Silver Surfer, by Stan Lee
DC Universe: Helltown, by Dennis O’Neil
The Ultimates: Tomorrow Men, by Michael Jan Friedman
Spider-Man: The Other (graphic novel), by Peter David
Grave Peril, by Jim Butcher, is the 3rd novel in the Dresden Files.
Professional Wizard Harry Dresden is at it again. This time, someone (or something) is after Harry and his friend and knight, Michael, and it begins attacking their friends and family. Harry has his list of usual suspects. But when he’s invited to a vampire ball, warning bells go off.