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No reason to feel guilty. If MR makes you smile, then it succeeds at what it aims to do. Those 3 you mentioned are in my top 5.
Hahaahahaha. Sigh. hahahahahahahahaahahahaha oh the jokes I could make.
This could well be, no scrub that, IS, Connery's last decent run as 007, I would choose this over the NSNA remake any day of the week, and it has Luciana Paluzzi as one of my all time favorite Bond girls, I don't care if she was bad [-(
Now if I only had a copy..
Ahoy, matey ;)
As of now, I feel like watching The World is not Enough.
Agreed. Luciana was indeed something else, and let's be honest here- Thunderball had the hottest Bond girls of all. And if you don't have a copy, @Baltimore_007- I'll gladly watch it for you, followed by a very cold shower.
Agreed. Why make a Bond film that's meant to be a continuation of the previous one but use a different director, photographer, designer, etc., with different visions? It's like if the different LOTR series entries had been directed by different directors. They wouldn't feel like the same story.
Music to my ears. TB's my favorite Bond film so I definitely have a copy.
Agreed. And a fourth. If only.....
I do it every year.
Go on- strike that Thunderball. :D
I felt the same way the first time I ever saw it. I fell asleep in fact, though Kettle One could have had something to do with that. But it works well after you've seen the other Terrnece Young Bonds: Dr. No and From Russia With Love. I soon realized it is one of the quintessential Bonds.
It's one of the best Bond films in my book. So I'm happy you're willing to give it a chance, BangOnTime. Go get 'em, sport! ;-)
I've read for years how "dull and boring" TB supposedly is but I've never found it that way. I think Terence Young keeps the pace moving along very well. TWINE and AVTAK move a lot slower IMHO. I, like M says about Bond in the film, have an enthusiasm for water sports so that probably helps my enjoyment of it. Plus, it's got Connery at his slickest and most superconfident in the role with the most beautiful gallery of Bond girls to appear in a single Bond film(especially Volpe). It's the only Bond film to combine the stylish Young touch of the first 2 films with the big-budget Panavision epic-ness of later films like OHMSS, CR'06 and the Lewis Gilbert films.
@PKK, I know, I’m starting to feel sorry for Goldfinger.
Lucky you! We haven't seen a drop of snow here, and it's getting on my nerves. I WANT A SNOW DAY SO BAD!
3)GF(haven't watched it in Blu-ray yet *slap myself*)
But the top three should be swept out to be viewed soon. My friend says we should have a little Connery infused Bondathon, and I never pass a Connery Bondathon up. ;)
I do feel as of now, Live and Let Die may well be the next in line, been meaning to watch it again, but went with one of the most recent instead. Also, it's a bit of a stretch, but From Russia With Love is another I have been thinking about. Saying all that I'll probably scrap them both and end up with Moonraker or something. I could use a laugh..