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But, in the PTS he conveyed this all with his face covered. Awesome work.
I don't mean sociopath in a Michael Myers/Jason Vorhees kinda way; I'm talking about a man than can compartmentalize his job, and, although it's killing, he convinces himself it's for the greater good. And it is for the greater good, but, by Christ, most of the time it means taking another life! That's a sociopath in my eyes. And 007, with his licence to kill, is a sociopath. A handsome, charming, sociopath, but, a sociopath nonetheless!
Craig oozes Bond in Spectre from the first second to the last like only Connery could in his prime.
Compared to this performance, Craig more or less sleepwalked through Skyfall.
Ummmm... too much info.... :P
Not enough information. :\">
So no need to quote it, please.
Time to set it off. For me it confirmd of trademarks of symbol producers using. Inspecialy since QOS. I refer to ''Writing on the wall''. But i also think it symbol to Casino Royale ''You Know My Name'' or Eliot Carver (TMND), Dominic Greene (QOS) and Hans (Spectre).
It's spelt 'stop'. I know English isn't your first language but I've noticed that error from you a few times so I though I should correct you.
I know I do. :))
Craig is such a cool dude in SP and hot at the same time!
A mixture of Fleming's assassin, and the film 007. It's a mini-film and, as you say, elegant.
His suits didn't look that comfortable to me. That scene where Bond is walking away from MI6 after his meeting with M and Denbigh and tge camera films him from behind as he's "walking"; he's moving like he's got a wedgy and that his trousers are about to split any second.
we're better than the suits in SF, which did look a bit " Tightly fitted " in a few scenes.
For Me the Best Dressed Craig Bond was in QOS. He had some lovely suits in that one.
Of course, they want to have Bond wearing Tom Ford throughout the PTS, gotta keep up that product placement deal... The moment also reminds me of Connery removing the wet suit and revealing a white tux in Goldfinger.
But perhaps it would have been better if Bond had simply removed the skeleton print coat before going out on the rooftops. Then undo his tie, throw it aside as he walks, and spend the rest of the PTS in a black shirt and pants. I imagine he would have looked quite cool in all black. (And I always thought it odd that he spends the entire PTS, running and fighting, in a coat and tie. But then again, these are Bond movies after all...)