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I'm not the biggest jazz fan, but have to check out this. Jeff Goldblum is fantastic in everything he's in, and I won't be surprised if his debut album mirrors his persona in a good way!
I suddenly began to wonder how a Jeff Goldblum Bond would be like…
Just want to be sure before proceeding: I'm working on a post about the different musical arrangements of the gunbarrel music. Can I create a thread for it? None of the others appear to be especifically about that subject, and as I said, it is long post (4,000 plus words).
Thanks, will do!
One more reason for me to travel abroad. Never been to London, England.
Welcome to the home of 007 matey !!
So in response Ryan Reynolds posted his...
I want a cryo chamber :))
I know that's early to get up each day, though some days I get up at stupid times as I work days and nights though that's down to my body clock being all over the place.
Wouldn't be surprised that working at different times messes up the body clock!
For an actor though, that's surprising to me, unless he shoots films at odd hours. Would have guessed Wahlberg could start the day a little later at least!
Not sure if it's tongue in cheek from Wahlberg or he is extremely disciplined.
Peanut Butter Jelly time! Peanut Butter Jelly time!
Next I am going to ask for the Cream Cheese Sandwich *maniacal laugh*
"You've heard of the sandwich. Now here's the handwich!"
This guy is happy he was given a sandwich instead of a shot to the head. (CR76 reference.) :))
Do you agree or disagree?
I was surprised to not see either Star Wars or Lord of the Rings in the Top 3. Off the top of my head, those two plus Indiana Jones would likely make my list; not a big Jurassic Park fan at all, and it's been so long since I've seen the Godfather series - something I need to correct ASAP.
Jurassic Park sequels films are mediocre I would not put that trilogy in the top ten, LOTR as well as Indy and SW would have got no complaints from me if any of them were voted number 1.
I have the Godfather films on dvd the first two are great the third is a bit of a struggle.
It has the look and trappings of a 90's film unfortunately where as the first two films look and feel timeless. It's been over ten years since I watched them, I debated buying them on Bluray though the dvd boxset I have looks great the Bluray sets I had looked at previously looked cheap, though if the films appeared on 4k I would definitely get them.
This is the what the voters chose.
"1. Indiana Jones - 39 per cent
2. Jurassic Park - 37 per cent
3. The Godfather Trilogy - 35 per cent
4. Back to the Future - 34 per cent
5. The Lord of the Rings - 33 per cent
6. Die Hard - 33 per cent
7. Pirates of the Caribbean - 31 per cent
8. Original Star Wars Trilogy - 31 per cent
9. The Terminator - 30 per cent
10. Toy Story - 29 per cent
11. Home Alone - 28 per cent
12. The Bourne - 26 per cent
13. Iron Man - 24 per cent
14. X-Men - 24 per cent
15. The Matrix - 22 per cent
16. The Hobbit - 20 per cent
17. Alien - 20 per cent
18. Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy - 19 per cent
19. Captain America - 17 per cent
20. Mad Max - 17 per cent"
My favorite part about that survey is that James Bond was voted best movie hero ever.
He got 4 more votes than Indy.
The prototype Dalek always had a soft spot for a cheese sandwich,even Humphrey Bogart's one.
Disagree by default.