Best Bond Villains and A Bond Evening

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Boston NYE Party – Watching out this video

 

 

 

 

In 5 decades, 23 movies of the Bond series gave us a lot of gold moments and memories. And

frankly, those moments wouldn’t be so exciting without the villains in them, no matter how

much you hated them while you were watching. If Bond is always the same Bond, each Villain is

different. Thanks to the villains, our Bond can still always find things to do today! So who get to

be the best villains in the Bond series through all these years?

The villain with the most appearances in the serious is Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the leader of

SPECTRE, the Special Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion

(What a name!). He is responsible for a few global-scale schemes. And although never

successful, he continues trying with much tenacity that deserves respect. And his white Angora

cat! It’s just adorable! Francisco Scaramanga from “The Man With the Golden Gun” (1974) has

left very deep impression although he only appeared once. This charming guy easily comes

close to Bond when it comes to attractiveness. And he is SUCH an assassin, charging the highest

prices to kill with golden bullets. He died in the final duel with Bond. You must remember the

line “Do you expect me to talk?” “No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die!” – That is by Goldfinger,

the ruthless badass who made his henchman suffocate his own mistress. What a cold killer.

Nonetheless, “Goldfinger” (1964) is still a good movie. Some villain is not so conventional,

Elektra King for instance. Man, Sophie Marceau is so beautiful; I would die for her if I were

Bond. The hotness of this both Bond Girl and Bond Villain almost breaks the record.

On December 31, SYNERGY is putting on 6th

New Years Eve 2014. The event will immerse you in the James Bond theme, with red carpet,

décor, music, signature cocktails, professional photographers and live entertainment. For the

past four years of Boston New Years Eve, the event has born with overwhelming success. It has

attracted the Boston stylish young professionals, and offered one-of-a-kind Boston New Years

Eve party experiences for the attendees!

Annual Timeless Gala {A Bond Evening}, for Boston

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