November 14, 2008 (RALEIGH, NC) — Admitting that James Bond was “among my first cinematic obsessions,” world renowned critic Godfrey Cheshire gives the newest 007 film “Quantum of Solace” a mere “six” on a scale of one to 10 in his first film column for Raleigh Metro Magazine, available online now at http://www.metronc.com.
“Bottom line: The new Bond falls far short of the last one, though star Daniel Craig is still riveting,” he writes.
Cheshire, former chairman of the New York Film Critics Circle and a member of the National Society of Film Critics, began his column for Metro in the magazine’s November 2008 print edition. In addition, he will
post current film criticism on his blog through the Metro website
Cheshire is considered the nation’s number one intellect in film criticism today. He also wrote and directed the critically acclaimed documentary “Moving Midway,” in theatrical release across the nation.
To read his entire review, go to http://www.metronc.com and click on “Cheshire On Film.”