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I recall from some GoldenEye documentary or interview that Campbell is a very demanding and not terribly personable director. He gets results, obviously, but sounds like this side of his directing style didn’t gel with Craig.
Thanks. Sounds like the kind of director I would have been myself. Not loved.
Also there are two beautiful European actresses in the film; María Valverde and Matilda De Angelis.
Crazier things have happened.
Much crazier things....
how old was Gilbert when he did educating Rita?
I agree, he deserves another go. It would'nt bother me if he bought Cavill on board as Bond, as long as we got another Campbell directed Bond film.
If he did a third, as good as the first two, would he be the greatest Bond director of all time?
He's already up there with the best. But given he's never done anything but a debut film it would be more of an incomplete ranking. First films for new actors always have an edge to them and it would be interesting to see what Campbell would do beyond that. We'll likely never know.
Tomorrow Always Lives Forever
Dame Judi Dench as Downy Innocenta
Clint Eastwood as Don't Call Me Junior
Tommy Lee Jones as Spring Chicken
Maud Adams as Streetcar Ryder
Lana Wood as Donna Deletemethistime
Beverly D'angelo as Ellen Griswold
John Cleese as Q'ute
Dame Helen Mirren as Moneypenny
Directed by Martin Campbell. And a bullwhip.
Ha! I love the Vacation movies.
Thanks @talos7 -- you bring an air of common sense and thoughtfulness... P
As I said on the respective thread, I didn't go because nothing about it really grabbed me from the trailers. I still plan on seeing it on home video. Perhaps they just didn't have enough to draw the viewer in (as in my case), or there could be a fatigue element.