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that just words on a page - IMO, it's all in the delivery from actors... but i'll say it's 50/50 - because there were some dialog, that not even the best actors could have salvaged "Wow.... now there's a mouthful..." 8-} .... but again, DAD's screenplay was ripped apart after the fact by Tamahori and crew, so who knows what was in the original screenplay, and what was changed..
Yeah good point, I havnt read any of these scripts so this is all based on the films and interviews. I do enjoy qos but it really does feel unfinished.
Btw: the next Bondmovie will be called Gunbarrel of a lady.
I like Arnold. And typing like a 12 year old again? That wasn't funny when you did it on the SF gunbarrel thread, it's not funny now.
I think SF looks great, but SF has had John Logan. I think when they've done good films (TWINE, CR, look like SF), they have a 3rd writer helping them, and even their good films in the past have had some bad dialouge.
And I think there are just better writers out there.
It's not meant to be funny, it's meant to show that some people are never satisfied.
I don't mind them coming back but I think there are better writers out there and that the good films they've done have 3rd writers.
Just because I'm not jumping for joy about Purvis and Wade coming back, it doesn't mean I'm "never satisfied"
Haha, that is hilarious! :D
May I ask why you take my posts personally?
What matters is that we'll get another high quality Bondmovie, which I'd love to see filmed in India and include Q, Moneypenny and Felix Leiter.
Why does everyone wants Blofeld back? He is a done case, he was killed off in 1981 and hopefully never going to return.
Well since I was the one who said they should replace Purvis and Wade I thought it was aimed at me.
India? Nah, well, maybe for the PTS or something but they spent half of OP there. Australia is where they should go!
It could be cool seeing a reimagined Blofeld. He's Bonds arch enemy, I'd like him to return. It'd be a huge draw for the film too, the press would be all over it if he was coming back.
I agree. I never want him to return again. There are far better ideas to come up with.
they have done all you can with the character so there is no point in seeing Blofeld return
I'm sure they now however Mendes is returning or not. But they just want to wait to announce it 'til after Skyfall is out on the cinemas.
That would place Bond 24, his fourth film, around November 2014 - the spot that Sony were hoping for.
When asked by <a href="http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1695563/daniel-craig-bond-24-movie.jhtml" target="_blank">MTV</a> Bond 24 will begin production sooner rather than later, Craig said: "Ask the producers. I don't know. I think they'd like to [speed up the timetable], and I think that would be the plan."
"That was too long last time, although I quite enjoyed the gap, but it's too long. As long as we've got the script and we're ready to go, there's no reason why we can't start shooting."
As MI6 reported earlier, pre-production work has already begun on Bond 24. To meet the November 2014 release date, filming would have to start around January 2014.
Films in 2014 and 2016 will really show confidence in the directions and scripts. Not since the 90's have we had three films with two year spaces between them, so it's about time this happened again.
John Glen pretty much grew up as part of the EoN family so he doesn't count. But, when outsourcing directors for Bond since Glen, Mendes is the only director that has a genuine passion and enthusiasm to not only do a Bond film but to be comfortable enough, willing to do another.
As great as Campbell is with Bond, I get the impression that he did CR begrudgingly as he's all to aware of the huge production scale it requires to do a Bond movie with GE and it's just too much of an undertaking for him to do.
Mendes on the other hand is still relatively young, has the energy, stamina and charisma to at least do the next Bond film. I also think that for Mendes to do Bond 24 it would be the biggest challenge for him because, where as SF has been and will be a major success, Mendes will have the task of continuing on that wave length. What the series doesn't need is for the ball to drop again. Mendes is a smart, talented, passionate director who knows Bond. As has been the case with SF, for Bond 24, with Sam at the helm again, we can expect another great cast and a great story worth showcasing. Mendes has taken Bond into a new direction. The right direction and I'd like to see him follow through with this journey he's ushered Bond on to. It just makes sense.