James Bonding James Bonding #015: GOLDENEYE with Craig Rowin Posted by Katie Levine on January 23, 2014 Share: Twitter Facebook Google+ Reddit Email Craig Rowin joins the Matts to finish out the Pierce Brosnan movies with GoldenEye! Follow @CraigRowin on Twitter! Follow @JamesBondingPOD, @MattMira, and @MattGourley on Twitter! Tags craig rowin, goldeneye, james bonding, matt gourley, Matt Mira Related Posts What's New What's Trending Pro You : Round Table III Part 2 podcast Sex Nerd Sandra : Cougar Sex with Psalm Isadora! podcast Could Tessa Thompson’s THOR: RAGNAROK Role Be [Spoiler]? article UNCHARTED 4 Actors Play a Hilarious Game of "Drake or Drake" article OUTLANDER Recap: Jamie Has an Epiphany article You Can Know the Future and Save Sasquatches, Says This Candidate article Nathan Fillion's GUARDIANS 2 Cameo is a Marvel Deep Cut article Man Emergency Lands Helicopter to Teach Neil Tyson a Physics Lesson article GAME OF THRONES Season 6 Premiere Recap: What is Dead May Never Die article Comments Mr. Burdick says: November 8, 2014 at 8:47 pm Loved this one but the goddam mic noises drove me nuts. Sam Wilson says: May 11, 2014 at 5:08 am All the films do come between Quantum and Skyfall. It’s true that they originally intended the aston martin to be the car he got in a poker game, but the fact is it clearly isn’t in the final movie. With the gadgets and the drivers seat reflected it can’t be. Skyfall makes clear reference to a career which doesn’t sound like it includes just two movies. Why would M trust Bond so much if he’s been unstable for the vast majority of his career? Why are M and Bond so close if they haven’t been acting together for long? I mean in Casino she thinks his ego will get in the way, and that he’ll probably get himself killed; so how can she trust him so completely like 3 years later that she breaks protocol to put him on a mission another agent in better condition could have been put on? The next M (Ralph Fiennes) and several other characters make reference to the idea of Bond and M having this long career. Most notably Q makes a deliberate jab at Bond about using crazy gadgets. But there were almost no crazy gadgets in either of the previous movies. Why is Bond so considered so old, and such a relic of a past age if he’s only been working as a 00 for about 6 years; people literally work at mcdonalds longer than that. The only way the plot and themes make sense is if some adventures, roughly equivalent to the past movies happened between the second and third craig movie! I rest my case.