This year marks the 50th Anniversary of our favorite secret agent. One half century ago, the first James Bond movie was released. To celebrate the occasion the 23rd Bond movie, entitled Skyfall, will come to theaters in the U.K in October and the U.S in November. The film’s teaser trailer was just recently released:

Few series have had the success and longevity of 007. This begs the question:

What is it about Bond movies that keeps us craving more? Is it the character, the plot, or something else entirely? Is there something within our culture that has cultivated this Bond obsession?