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Yeah, but to be honest, once I see Brosnan on screen, I simply watch him. Just love seeing the guy.
Oh yeah, you and I both. He's the only reason I'll inevitably see that Black Adam movie (and the only reason I sat through Cinderella or Percy Jackson, etc. etc.)
Exactly! I don't think I would have been able to watch a film like Grey Owl if it weren't for Brosnan.
I wish there were more detailed thoughts, but I can understand he doesn't want to discuss negative aspects in depth.
Based on the phrasing of the quote there, I actually think it's SPECTRE he's referring to and not NTTD. The article is just (understandably) assuming otherwise.
So Brosnan vs. Caine, once again. Thirty five years after The Fourth Protocol.
Jesus, have we not suffered enough with those films?,
Insufferable, but doesn't hold a candle to Corden. Then again, as an American, I can't stand any of these late night shows or hosts really.
Yeah, Fallon couldn't have simped much harder if he'd trained for it, eh! He seemed genuine about it, though, and he did have Brosnan right in front of him so it was hard to keep the inner fanboy in check, I guess. But, yes, that's some odd accent that Pierce was slipping in and out of. The disconnect between looking at Brosnan and not hearing Bond's voice took a bit of getting used to there. I wish Dan hadn't worn a double-breasted jacket with wide lapels to the NTTD premiere, though - they're spreading...
To be fair Conan O Brien is pretty good (although I guess he's off late night TV now?)
Not American, but having seen many clips (and lived in countries in my youth where these late night shows were transmitted) they do seem a bit naff sometimes. I'm glad we've got Graham Norton here and even Jonathon Wossy. And yes, I'm glad we've dumped Cordon onto you guys (even if Gavin and Stacy is rather entertaining, but that's probably in large part due to Ruth Jones).
I'd actually agree, I somehow forgot about Conan. He doesn't come across as fake to me and usually buys into the shenanigans and riffs from his guests. I love the clips of him and Norm Macdonald together on the show. His appearances always led to comedy gold.