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They do have similar looks.
Looks good. oceans 11 vibe. Plus Tim Roth is in it. Great actor
That film Misfits looks decent, maybe it's just me but some of Brosnan's line deliveries come across as wooden and forced. Might be better in the movie though
The last film I saw Pierce in was the Martin Campbell directed The Foreigner which was excellent co starring a very good Jackie Chan in a more serious role than usual.
I agree about his TND scene. One of my favorites with him. I also really like the re-meeting with Alec. They both show their human sides, which could be rare in the pre-DC era. PB’s Bond did have some great interaction scenes with others in his first 3 movies.
Brosnan was good in that. Not a typical role for him.
I have only seen it once, but I did like it. Another favourite role of his, for me, is in Mars Attacks. Another atypical role.
Unveiled as James Bond media clips.
Ah... 1994 simpler times indeed.
I forgot about this interview, highly amusing and PB is very diplomatic about a certain co start ;))
Weird nitpick, but I always felt he should have said “so am I”. It would have sounded more natural.
You know what I've never thought about that before mate. Trying to picture it in mind, it definitely fits and I can picture Bond saying it
This reminds me of Bond saying elevator instead of lift, in TND. That was annoying
I saw it at the cinema because I adored Robin Williams (still do). I wonder if the reason Pierce didn't gell for me as Bond at the time is because I thought of him as that guy who stole Robin's wife!
That maybe the case sometimes as a viewer we can take an impression of an actor over from another film.
I never liked Pierce initially though I felt he was a bit of a wimp to play Bond, that carried over from Remington Steele I guess. Pierce has grown on me over the years and now I just think he was unfortunate to have been given average films to do for the most part. Goldeneye I now rate highly and easily his best film IMO.
I grew up watching Mork and Mindy and Happy Days I was a fan on Williams when I was young. Good Morning Vietnam and Dead Poets Society were good films and The Fisher King is fantastic though I love Terry Gilliam's work.