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Then in season three, Vinnie Jones plays a bad guy named Karl Stromberg. (No aquatic predisposition, however.)
Haven't gotten there yet, but I look forward to it!
Comic cover and limited edition poster by American comic book artist and pop culture enthusiast Andy Price. Featuring those famous Agfacolor horsies.
Yes, Burn Notice is a spy show. I think way back in this thread, I itemized some Bond references from this show.
My eyes! The goggles do nothing!
I know it's a bit of a chore, but at your leisure, do you mind transcribing it?
Again,at your leisure.
American guy: "I like George Lazenby. At least he's the right age."
British woman: "What are you saying? Roger Moore is by far the best Bond."
American guy: "Nobody thinks that."
British woman: "Well, I do. You haven't even seen A View to A Kill."
American guy: "Well I saw Moonraker and there was a pigeon that did a double-take."
British woman (laughs): "That was really brilliant."
Complete with an Aston Martin Vanquish.
@bondjames, Nolan's Batman has heavy parallels to what Denny O'Neil did with the character, making him a very international character in plots that had him going to many locations out of his home city, with lots of high action and intrigue. There's even a prequel comic Denny did with shaman touches that is very similar to the existential search for purpose Nolan buts Bruce on in his first film as he heads to Tibet.
I don't know if you're a big comics reader, but if you like areas in which Bond and Batman intersect, those comics would be the ones to check out, with art by Neil Adams.
I was wrong : it was an Aston Martin Vantage from the 80s. Mistakently labelled as a "Limousine" (complete with nautilus machine, to boot). If that was true, that was the shortest limo I've ever seen.
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Cool! I really like this character from Rowan Atkinson. He makes me laugh so much, and I certainly have no objections in seeing Olga on the big screen again.
This movie looks like a good one!
Exactly my feeling for years. I'm still avoiding Mr. Bean and think that Atkinson's character is the worst thing about NSNA (Disclosure: I like NSNA better than at least one-third of the official series. But not Nigel Small-Fawcett.). Still I must admit that I appreciated the Johnny English films more than expected, and overall more than Austin Powers.