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I love that scene! Now that's proper scriptwriting!
at least Brosnan isnt a proud feminist like craig is(on and off the bond role)
Edit: I just saw some of the other posts on other threads so I can probably guess why you consider it wrong.
Brosnan not a feminist @meddle ..... Oooookay.
They really should work together.
Apparently MGM wanted her for Elektra King.
Checked out some TV movie called Entangled last night, thought he was brilliant in the few scenes he's in but it's hands down one of the worst films I've ever had the displeasure of witnessing.
Just saw The Lawnmower Man for the first time a few days back and thoroughly enjoyed it for what it was.
Yeah, a good idea, if you ask me. Not that I dislike Sophie Marceau in the role. Quite the opposite, in fact.
I caught up with Lawnmower Man recently and it's really something. Have a few drinks.
If you want a truly skeevy Bros film, there's this lurking at the bottom of the barrel:
Sounds like garbage. Can't wait to see it.
I recommend you don't skip the miniseries. Around the World in 80 Days is terrific and has my favorite Brosnan performance, and Noble House, while not as strong, is still well worth your time.
Is that so? Perhaps I'll add them to the list then. I have checked out and logged/reviewed a couple of miniseries on Letterboxd before (like Fassinbder's Eight Hours Don't Make A Day) so perhaps I'll make an exception here.
I saw the remake of Love Affair yesterday and was also disappointed to see he only has a few short appearances in it. That's why I'm looking forward to pressing on and getting up to his more recent features, where he's way more prevalent throughout.
A warning if you plan on viewing THE DECEIVERS: It's not good!
Funny, I actually didn't mind that one! A bit overacted at times but some of the chase/action sequences were intriguing enough to me. I've certainly seen worse from his filmography, though not always because of his talents, like False Positive, The Misfits, I.T., Urge, Survivor, , Entangled, The Broken Chain and Victim of Love. Those were all horrible.
I didn't know this film had another title.
The synopsis is hilarious. Especially combined with Brosnan staring at the camera. Like "yeah, I do all those things you read. And more. Aren't you curious now?"
I can vouch for the quality of Brosnan's performance in Around the World in 80 Days.
But then he’s starring movies like SOME KIND OF BEAUTIFUL, I.T., and THE MISFITS, and that’s just movies where he’s credited as PRODUCER. He says he wished he had more creative control over his Bond films, maybe it’s a good thing he didn’t.
I think the closest he came to that was with THE GHOST WRITER with Roman Polanski. Before I had seen THE WORLD'S END I had already known Brosnan was in it and assumed that Edgar Wright had given him a fun role like he gave Timothy Dalton in HOT FUZZ, only to be kind of underwhelmed that Bronsan was essentially just a cameo in that film.
The use of 'impregnates' in particular is...a choice.
It's one of those 'romantic' 'comedies' where each and every character is irredeemably awful and you want the whole lot to die in a fire.
I really want to see this - it's one of my favourite books and I was disappointed with the version the BBC gave us at Christmas.