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I must honestly admit that perhaps DC's version of 007 is perhaps wasted on me, even if I consider it a large step up from QoB. Not sure if I do not like CR better.
There was something that disturbed me about SF that was before boys and men wanted to be 007, but I would not like to be this f**ked up person that even looks less than Flemings creation as before.
But Looking at DC's version he would have been great in Flemings YOLT & subsequent TMWTGG, because he likes to play 007 as damaged goods. IMHO
Agreed, and also on OHMSS.
I think at that point all Bond was interested in was killing him so for me it made sense. I think the face Silva makes after being hit is priceless, though.
Him being hurt in his vanity and realising that Bond in the end is better than him and using his last power to approach him.
Likewise Severine's whole build up into this horrible person and the power he wields. We have to take her word for it. I mean, it's a bit like Renard all over again (another TWINE throw back). Tell us how awesome he is, cos we don't get much chance to see it.
Why did there have be to other 00's around?
I don't mind seeing them in the future, but I don't see the point of them here.
The two rats analogy doesn't have to do with 00s. At most it had to do with favourite agents. In Silva's mind Bond and him were competing for M, Silva wanted her but wanted at the same time to show her how great he was and how she shouldn't have betrayed him.
My God, such nitpicking and overanalyzing, it's worse than with TDKR.
Yeah I agree. It doesn't infer he's a double-0. In fact, if he was an agent working for her while she was stationed in HK it would signify he certainly wasn't. It definitely refers to a complex that Silva has built up in his own mind, perpetuated by the fact 'M' has sent 007 for him despite not passing his medicals.
I think the two rats analogy was refering to the ambiguity of being right or wrong and the line blurs depending on which side of the glass you are. Bond is chasing the villains (rats) picking them off one by one. Silva is effectively chasing the good guys (rats) and doing the same. At the end of it, between them they are ridding the world of spies. But who is right and who is wrong? This is what I took from it.