Three TV shows and three movies to see, and what else we can expect in 2021 (Commentary)

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021 will be a hugely transitional year for television and cinema as they react to our new post-pandemic habits. It could also be hugely entertaining year for audiences, as we get all those delayed 2020 releases plus some new ones. Here are my picks for three TV shows and three movies to see this year, plus a rundown of other big series and films:

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An outsider’s take on the James Bond saga: ‘Quantum of Solace’ (2008) (Movie review)

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ith “No Time to Die” coming out in November, I’m looking back at the eight modern-era James Bond films from the perspective of a newcomer, from July 11-26. Next up is the 22nd Eon-produced film and second starring Daniel Craig, “Quantum of Solace” (2008):

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An outsider’s take on the James Bond saga: ‘Die Another Day’ (2002) (Movie review)

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ith “No Time to Die” coming out in November, I’m looking back at the eight modern-era James Bond films from the perspective of a newcomer, from July 11-26. Next up is the 20th Eon-produced film and fourth starring Pierce Brosnan, “Die Another Day” (2002):

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An outsider’s take on the James Bond saga: ‘The World is Not Enough’ (1999) (Movie review)

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ith “No Time to Die” coming out in November, I’m looking back at the eight modern-era James Bond films from the perspective of a newcomer, from July 11-26. Next up is 19th Eon-produced film and third starring Pierce Brosnan, “The World is Not Enough” (1999):

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An outsider’s take on the James Bond saga: ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ (1997) (Movie review)

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ith “No Time to Die” coming out in November, I’m looking back at the eight modern-era James Bond films from the perspective of a newcomer, from July 11-26. Next up is the 18th Eon-produced film and second starring Pierce Brosnan, “Tomorrow Never Dies” (1997):

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