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Birthday fan gathering for Ringo Starr's 75th and to call for peace throughout the world

Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr - Birthday fan gathering for Ringo Starr's 75th and to call for peace throughout the world at On the Hollywood Walk of Fame - Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 7th July 2015

Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr
Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr
Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr
Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr
Barbara Bach and Ringo Starr

John Varvatos' International Day of Peace Celebration - Arrivals

Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach - A number of stars we're snapped as they arrived at John Varvatos' International Day of Peace Celebration at the John Varvatos Boutique in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 21st September 2014

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Madchen Amick, Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach
Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach
Ringo Starr
John Varvatos, Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach

John Varvatos launch their first European store

Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach - John Varvatos first European store launch - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd September 2014

Ringo Starr
Iggy Pop, Jimmy Page, Ringo Star and John Varvatos
Iggy Pop, Jimmy Page, Ringo Star and John Varvatos
Iggy Pop, Ringo Star and John Varvatos
Iggy Pop and Ringo Star

The GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Rongo Starr and Barbara Bach - The GQ Men of the Year Awards at the Royal Opera House in London - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd September 2014

GQ Men Of The Year Awards - Arrivals

Ringo Starr and Barbara Bach - GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at the Royal Opera House - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd September 2014

The Spy Who Loved Me Review


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James Bond had his 10th outing in this epic affair, which ushered in the new era of Bond as not just over the top but rather way, way, way over it. How far? The Spy Who Loved Me has Jaws, a villain that feeds detractors to sharks (in his underwater lair, of course), a gorgeous Russian spy (Barbara Bach) who helps Bond, stolen nuclear missiles, a scene in Egypt that -- in a rare moment of Bondian genius -- borrows the score from Lawrence of Arabia, and perhaps the best Bond gadget of all time: A Lotus that can turn into a submarine. I loved Spy so much in the 1980s (on video) that I lusted over Lotus catalogs. Oddly, I never found the sub option inside.

This is near-camp and its success sent a strong message to its producers about what audiences wanted to see: Bigger, bolder, louder, sexier. The next 10 films that followed simply one-upped this formula over and over again. Amazing.

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The Spy Who Loved Me Review


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James Bond had his 10th outing in this epic affair, which ushered in the new era of Bond as not just over the top but rather way, way, way over it. How far? The Spy Who Loved Me has Jaws, a villain that feeds detractors to sharks (in his underwater lair, of course), a gorgeous Russian spy (Barbara Bach) who helps Bond, stolen nuclear missiles, a scene in Egypt that -- in a rare moment of Bondian genius -- borrows the score from Lawrence of Arabia, and perhaps the best Bond gadget of all time: A Lotus that can turn into a submarine. I loved Spy so much in the 1980s (on video) that I lusted over Lotus catalogs. Oddly, I never found the sub option inside.

Continue reading: The Spy Who Loved Me Review

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