Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007
Time Out says
This doc is a functional but entertaining flick through Bond’s back pages, from Ian Fleming’s furtive schoolboy fantasies to Daniel Craig and his oh-so-serious realpolitik action-star antics. The focus is inevitably on the Sean Connery-Roger Moore glory years – roughly, ‘Dr No’ (1962) to ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977) – but there are some wonderful nuggets elsewhere: the ‘Never Say Never Again’ fiasco, poor Pierce Brosnan getting the runaround, a surprise cameo from Bill Clinton, and moans about that ridiculous invisible car in ‘Die Another Day’. Essentially, ‘Everything or Nothing’ is little more than a glorifed DVD extra, but committed Bondists will find plenty to enjoy.