What Is the Best Bond Movie? Plus 007 Statistics You Never Knew You Needed

This week's monster release is the critically lauded third Daniel Craig-as-Bond movie Skyfall, and the movie got folks over at our sister site Movies.com thinking about all things Bond. Conversation starter Christopher Campbell took to Twitter to ask, what IS the absolute best Bond movie? and reported the answers. Meanwhile resident statistics freak obsessive Eric D. Snider collected just about every statistic you'd want to know about Agent 007, from how many total kills he's made to how many women he's been with, and everything in between. And then Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis recap the five worst villain hairdos ever in movies on The Schmoes Know Movie Show -- would you agree?

Movies.com also wraps up every bit of news you care about and maybe some you don't around Star Wars Episode VII.

Think it's too early for awards predictions? Not so.

And finally, The Amazing Spider-Man, an excellent reboot given fairly short shrift but is pretty entertaining all around thanks especially to terrific performances by Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, came out on DVD and Blu-ray today. Check out this exclusive interview with director Marc Webb, who talks about casting, the sequel and the DVD extras.

Make sure you hit up Movies.com for more geeking out on all things movies.

 

 

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