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So... how many pages do I need to scroll back to, to read up on this?
Flowers And Kisses, the new James Bond film title.
Based on the novel Never Send Flowers by John Gardner. ;)
Now, can I get my 15 minutes of fame? Haha!
That is kind of mind-blowing and entirely true.
"S P E C T R E"
Mendes lethargically strolls out. "So there you have it...I couldn't possibly comment."
There are worse diseases going round than the West Nolan Virus.
SP also has the double meaning, as M is looking on from beyond the grave.
I can't agree. The judge is only technically right. The plaintiff got what they paid for .
This is a serious waste of court time.
If I were to buy a "complete" set of say Dracula films, it would behoove me to research what I was actually getting, as I doubt the set would include all Dracula films.
The judge need only instruct the seller to define clearer, what they are selling, so lazy buyers won't be inclined to waste court time.
This is my IMO.
The plaintiff strikes me as quite pathetic.
Buyer could have done the Google search to see what might be not included.
This should have been tossed.
The two films missing, as any Bond fan knows, are not part of this set.
The two films are peripheral, produced independently, and not associated with this set
Good analogy. It's like buying a box set of the Hammer film Draculas that include seven with Christopher Lee, plus Brides of Dracula and Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires....then whining that the Coppola/Gary Oldman version isn't included in this set.
It was very shittly done with a 4 second cringey video of her. If they really wanted her back they should have made a flahback or something or maybe just refrenced her character
Do we really have that much influence? My personal bet would have been The Hildebrand Rarity. But I'd be happy with Shatterhand.
Maybe I'm in the minority here but I definitely think Judi's cameo was one of the film's highlights. Having not read any spoilers beforehand, it was a pleasant surprise to see it was her who "sent" Bond to Mexico. I also appreciate that the filmmakers have her dressed in the same exact clothes from the "think on your sins" scene in SF.
I doubt we'll see many of those multi-word or cryptic titles going forward after Quantum of Solace confused a few people anyway. It's probably another tradition that will die on account of Austin Powers.
They are both, and both born of Fleming. I'm sure @bondjames was referring to Tomorrow Never Dies and Die Another Day. I agree about the latter, but like the former because of its play on the Tomorrow newspaper (and unlike others, I don't necessarily think I would have liked Tomorrow Never Lies more). I also found Spectre disappointing. Was hoping for something much more original and evocative. I would have had the exact same reaction had the film been called "Blofeld."
Edit: and I was right!