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Dammit. I had my hopes up for nothing...
I see; then there will probably be a soundtrack release at some point? Would be strange if not.
Haha, it's always fun when that image pops up in discussions!
(side note: gosh but Rowan Atkinson has a sexy voice.)
OMG I totally forgot about this haha.
This plot is literally like Skyfall and M:I, it's probably for a reason cause it's a parody of the spy genres :D
Don't quote me on this but I am pretty sure none of the Reborn characters will return in this one
I watched Reborn last Sunday. Nobody returned except Johnny (if I remember correctly).
What a car!
-English and Bough disguised as waiters. :))
-The VR scene, especially the part with the old lady in the wheelchair-- such things never get old!
-The very ingenious chain of events that leads to the destruction of the yacht. Quality writing there!
-The cameos by Michael Gambon, Edward Fox and Charles Dance. The scene they appear in is absolutely hilarious. I wish they had appeared again later in the film. (Edit: I remember there's a folder in the scene with a photo of young Edward Fox-- I got the impression they sourced it from The Day of the Jackal.)
I was very happy to see Bough again, and Olga Kurylenko had good chemistry with Rowan Atkinson. On the negative side, this film had the weakest villain of the three films. He was okay, but no match for John Malkovich and Dominic West.
Nice score by Howard Goodall. Bondian pastiche as expected, but of good quality, and as I recall there were some soft pieces with strings and woodwinds that were quite lovely.
I still think the first film is the best. 2 and 3 are close for me; I'm not sure which one I like best yet.
Reborn also appears to have use more handheld camera shots, which gives it a different feel.
Hope you'll also talk to us waiting for the film to be released on DVD/Blu-ray!
Going off-topic for a bit, but how did the second series of A Very Secret Service compare to the first, @Agent_99? Haven't had the chance to watch it yet!
Now that sounds very interesting! Need to get around to watching it soon!
But of courshe. ;)
That's the first thing I though when I saw her in JE2!