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Back on topic: I'm optimistic. Bond goes here, Bond goes there, Bond always changes, and that's what keeps the franchise fresh & alive.
That's been EON's philosophy since 1971. Adapt and survive. Plus, actors like different spins than the guy before.
People miss that point all too often.
No, TWINE was fine, and DAD could be re-titled as It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad Bond! :))
DAD defies description.
TWINE is my favorite Brosnan release, and Richards apart, is one damn fine action adventure. Probably the best pre credits sequence as well, of the entire series, but it's arguably the point in time where Brosnan should of stepped down from the part - and gone out on a high note
Bad,bad TWINE! Giving us the last original screenplay (and the first since FYEO) with a believable and logical storyline, a convincing and great looking villainess and some great eye candy (yes,I'm talking about Mrs.Richards).How dare you? Shame on you!
Now please crawl back under your rock :)
:)) Now if that isn't nitpicking
Hoo-ray for Pine-ine-wood!
I've always thought of Pinewood as being the classy & intelligent version of Hollywood myself. But even they have their dumb-down moments.
Just FYI, "original" means not based on ...you name it ( which is tremendously more dificult to do) and still TWINE manages to have a much more compelling and logical sound story than CR. Also, Electra is not suffering of Stockholm syndrom (at least not when we meet her), she is in control. Obviously one of so many points you seem to miss along with the ability to appreciate a good story (or to recognize a really Bad one for that matter).