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Yes, and I'm actually pretty darn handsome.
Mr. Kil sounds better than Hinx though. :))
Mr. Hinx. Now there's a name to cry for.
I actually don't mind either name
DAD may have a ridiculous fake ice surfing scene but QOS has a ridiculous fake parachuting scene.
We don't always agree but this is spot on (minus the first statement, which I would revise into "DAD clearly has many awful moments"). Well said.
Brosnan is superb in it as well, taking the absurdity in stride and giving several really good moments. Too bad what was perhaps his best performance was matched with Jinx *shudder*
:)) No, seriously, I'd welcome it in the right movie. But to many if not all of the general movie going public, it's all about the explosions.
Which is silly, because it's actually all about the lasers. ;)
I seem to recall that Haywire had no explosions. But then, it probably did and it's just that they were small or something... :))
I don't mind explosions, but they've got to make it less predictable. The hotel blowing up in QoS was quite trite (I was waiting for it to inevitably happen). Same with the house in SF (although the actual explosion was amazingly done).
In particular, I'd prefer no explosion in the finale. If they want to put one in during the middle (e.g. Mi6 blowing up in SF) I'm ok - just not at the end thank you very much.
In DAD I found he brought himself (i.e. Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming's James Bond) to the party in full force, and I actually liked it. Certainly much better than the version he brought to TWINE.
See, I think that's just how bad her character was written. I disagree completely that she was "meant to grate" because the producers were very seriously considering a Jinx spin-off. And since I don't think they were planning a comedy I don't think any filmmaker wants their spy protagonist to be grating.
Horrible development, horrible dialogue, and a horrible performance from Berry.
I disagree. Although GOLDENEYE is one of my favorite Bond films I think Brosnan often looks like a frat boy in it and he seems too thin. He really fills out (gains confidence and puts on weight) in TOMORROW NEVER DIES.
His performance in GOLDENEYE works though. I liked the pulled back and restrained demeanor.
Oh Murdock you have me rolling! That is hilarious!!!! =))
I think Bourne Supremacy has no explosions.
I just saw that film for the first time a few months ago; very sad, but pretty well-done.