The name's 25. Bond 25, or rather, it's NTTD.

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  • BirdlesonBirdleson San Jose, CAModerator
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    I would have preferred you without a title.
  • edited September 16 Posts: 143
    Maybe Malek's character is, in fact, Madeleine's lost brother, one which her father had NO TIME for. His name is Mr. Die.

    Family issues, you know.
    OK, I just realized... Sam Mendes is not directing this one, neither is Lee Tamahori. :D
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    Revelator wrote: »
    Minion wrote: »
    Which would give it just as many layers as No Time to Die, which also can be interpreted multiple ways.

    Less interesting ones. The wordplay is also more contrived, since "die" gets shoved into "No time to lose," whereas "No" is simply prefaced to "Time to Kill." And "kill" is just slightly less shopworn than "die" as a title word. Neither title is great, but the actual one sounds more generic.
    Hardly.
    But if you add period signs KILL would be cooler than DIE.

    NO. TIME TO KILL.

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    boldfinger wrote: »
    NO. TIME TO KILL.

    That only works if spoken by William Shatner.
  • Posts: 5,197
    @Revelator, that is a brilliant thought :-))!
  • DrClatterhandDrClatterhand United Kingdom
    edited September 18 Posts: 161
    Bond 25: I've Mod Edit Better Titles
  • ThunderballThunderball Colorado
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    I like the title fine, even if it’s kind of ordinary. At least it’s not another goddamn one word title starting with S. Because of that, I’m relieved. They could’ve made the o’s in No and To and make it OO7 but decided not to I guess. Ah, whatever.
  • zebrafishzebrafish <°)))<
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    I should post this link to very funny musings on the meaning of the title "NTTD" by Matt Miller, the "Culture" editor at Esquire magazine. Best bit:
    "Consider for a second: You Only Live Twice, Tomorrow Never Dies, Die Another Day, and No Time to Die. None of these films imply immortality as much as they hint to procrastinating when it comes to death. James Bond is finally forced to confront his own mortality, upon realizing he's been putting it off for nearly six decades."
  • mtmmtm
    edited October 2 Posts: 530
    Eurgh.....



    This tweet basically confirms that NO TIME TO DIE is basically another way of saying TOMORROW NEVER DIES which is another way of saying DIE ANOTHER DAY.

    It doesn't though, does it.
  • BirdlesonBirdleson San Jose, CAModerator
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    Close enough to look silly to several of us.
  • ThunderballThunderball Colorado
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    I’m still stuck on which title “Very Small Portion of Comfort” is...
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
    edited October 2 Posts: 1,871
    I’m still stuck on which title “Very Small Portion of Comfort” is...
    @Thunderball
    Quantum of Solace

    Quantum is a small amount of something, and solace means comfort
  • ThunderballThunderball Colorado
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    Ohhh right right right.

    One Exists Only More Than Once.

    The Results of Carbon Under Immense Pressure Are Infinite.

    Heavens Descend Rapidly.

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    Ohhh right right right.

    One Exists Only More Than Once.

    The Results of Carbon Under Immense Pressure Are Infinite.

    Heavens Descend Rapidly.

    You only live twice, Diamonds are forever and Skyfall (?)
  • ThunderballThunderball Colorado
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    Yeah. Guess I’m not very good at this.
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    Yeah. Guess I’m not very good at this.

    No, I thought they were quite well thought out. Well done.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
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    To be honest I surprised myself by figuring out “Very Small Portion of Comfort” haha :D
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