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This is the very first episode of VIA VHS Fast Forward. We live in an era where classic films and franchises are constantly being rebooted, so this new show gives Wes and Spencer a chance to visit the sequels, prequels, reboots and remakes of current films that cash in on movies from the VHS era. In this first episode, we review the final film in the Daniel Craig era of James Bond, No Time To Die.

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