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No doubt that is why it has its fans. It doesn't work for me. It just feels very empty, tired, and shallow most of the time. A few of the other films can be shallow too, but TMWTGG particularly.
Of course it all comes down to opinion in the end. And I know what you mean about a film holding a special place in your heart, TLD was the first one I saw and liked and I'm disappointed as well when people bash it. Or GE, for that matter.
Aside from the Iceland sequence, which I didn't really care for, I thought it was decent.
Now, if they got rid of Miranda Frost and put in someone with more brains, I would be more satisfied.
Never Say Never Again.
I had to.
It would be nice to get the Beliebers to watch a Bond movie. After hearing the main theme they would finally know what music sounds like. =))
Well. I guess for this thread that was the elephant in the room...
I will admit that DAD is...how do I phrase it shortly?... A Bond movie on acid.
I'll take RoboGraves over MR Jaws any day of the week (and twice on Sundays). =))
Most people do appreciate the first - quarter - for some people even half of DAD. But it becomes unsalvageable at the tidal wave.
True, but that particular scene doesn't scream suave and cool. Not the Bond in the Terence Young films. Or even Goldeneye. But it's fun
But 'Say hello to gravity' - best line in the series :)