007 Films that we wanted to see..................................................again?

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10. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (as a Prequel) 1969

OHMSS is a very great film but lazenby was the one made it hate it by others, if they made OHMSS as a prequel could it be better? Yes! if Timothy Dalton accepted the role, he is perfect as a young james bond where he's early days as a double O agent, where he first discovered SPECTRE and First Met Blofeld, instead they made it a sequel w/c is very confusing.

9. For Your Eyes Only 1979

After "The Spy Who Loved Me" it was said "James bond Will Return on For Your Eyes Only" but it didn't instead they made MoonRaker , For Your Eyes Only 1981 was very one of the best, but what if For your Eyes Only has those Gadgets of The Spy Who Loved Me, that would be possibly worst or best, but it would be great to see it, they can make Moonraker for Pierce Brosnan By the Way.

8. Sam Neill's The Living Daylights

When Roger Moore retires they needed a new one, they have 3 choices, Pierce,Timothy and Sam Neill, they screen tested Sam Neill and it was incredible and mr.brocolli doesn't even want him to be bond, What If Mr.Brocolli Accepted it, Sam Neill was well know to the most well known movie jurassic park, i think the living daylights would be more different if Timothy was not bond, The Living Daylights would be like A View To A Kill still retains its humor, But The Living Daylights is already a classic, but i wanted to see Sam Neill to shag sexy ladies and drink martinis.

7. Clive Owen's Casino Royale

Clive Owen was well known to his greedy action movies, Clive Owen was "said" to be offered, but Clive Owen Claims to be not Offered as bond, what if Clive Owen was offered he accepted the role, I think Casino Royale Would be alot more greedier and brutal than Craig does, i mean Clive Owen looks more violent than Dan Craig , The bloodiest bond film ever made , i think Clive Owen could be the best bond outstanding Sean Connery and Timothy Dalton, Clive Owen could be Dalton Mk.2 because of its less humor and silent killer.

6. Roger Moore's Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds Are Forever was the movie that killed Sean Connery's Bond, i think if Roger Moore was already bond in this movie i think Diamonds are Forever wouldn't not be the same but it could resulted better than the original, if they fixed the script and story a bit, i think that is a perfect introduction for Roger Moore's Bond where he attacks people through many countries, a perfect start for Moore as Bond.

5.Christopher Nolan's James Bond

Christopher Nolan was one of the best Directors to this day, he very good at action thriller movies, w/c is very great for him to direct one, like the Batman Trilogy he made it realistic, what if he did that bond, it would be great, Christian Bale as James Bond, Morgan Freeman as Q and Michael Caine as M and Gary Oldman as the Villain.

4. Steven Spielberg's Octopussy

Steven Spielberg is the best director to direct such films, w/c he has interest to direct a bond film, w/c the producers allow british directors only, but instead Spielberg directed one of the most well know archeologist of the movie history, but what if he directed Octopussy, it could outstand the first 3 films, with Spielberg is on the camera, Octopussy was one of the worst but if he directed it, it could one of the best to date.

3. Once Upon A Spy 2010

Once Upon a spy was suppose to be Craig's third film but delayed to 2012, Once Upon A Spy was going to be Craig's Bond Killing Dame Judi Dench's M, M is one of the center plot of the story w/c in 2012 used that for Skyfall.

2. Timothy Dalton's Bond 91 and 93

Timothy Dalton is considerably one of the best bond actor and the most underrated, Since the new Bond formula does not work, The producers wanted to go back the old bond formula for Timothy Dalton to try, since new directors is coming its the perfect timing to do it, Property Of A Lady was going to be release on 1991 but delayed because of that argument, Property of A Lady was GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies Alternate name w/c Many of Property Of A Lady's Element was taken for GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies, it would be cool to see Dalton's turn to save the world.

1. Non-Fleming Novels Adaptation

The Non Fleming Bond Novels where pretty good and great , but it would be way better to see it on film, specially License Renewed, Scorpius, COLD, etc........ instead they're making non novel films, Only Skyfall and License to Kill are the "non novel based on" film who succeeds, if they adapt this good source material, i think non of the bad films wouldnt exist.

Comments

  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Well I certainly like to see a film adaptation of John Gardner's Cold (1996), that's for sure. :)
  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Well I certainly like to see a film adaptation of John Gardner's Cold (1996), that's for sure. :)

    Oh dear.
  • MyNameIsMyBondRnMyNameIsMyBondRn WhereYouLeastExpectMeToBe
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Well I certainly like to see a film adaptation of John Gardner's Cold (1996), that's for sure. :)

    "COLD" was published nearly exactly 2 years on the month after I was lastly in Italy...!

  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
    edited July 2016 Posts: 9,117
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Well I certainly like to see a film adaptation of John Gardner's Cold (1996), that's for sure. :)

    "COLD" was published nearly exactly 2 years on the month after I was lastly in Italy...!

    Cheers for that. I'm sure if I thought back I could come up with utterly random events in my life that occurred at the same time as Bond continuation novels were published.

    Sounds like a great idea for a thread actually:

    Brokenclaw - Had a new credit card come through 6 months to the day after it was published.

    Zero Minus Ten - Got my hair cut 2 weeks earlier.

    Devil May Care - Received an Amazon delivery of the Italian Job Special Edition 18 months afterwards.
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Never Send Flowers - booked a trip to Euro Disney a year after my first reading. ;)
  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Never Send Flowers - booked a trip to Euro Disney a year after my first reading. ;)

    Strangely I attempted an overdose straight after reading it. I'm sure there's some correlation there.
  • MyNameIsMyBondRnMyNameIsMyBondRn WhereYouLeastExpectMeToBe
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Well I certainly like to see a film adaptation of John Gardner's Cold (1996), that's for sure. :)

    "COLD" was published nearly exactly 2 years on the month after I was lastly in Italy...!

    Cheers for that. I'm sure if I thought back I could come up with utterly random events in my life that occurred at the same time as Bond continuation novels were published.

    Sounds like a great idea for a thread actually:

    Brokenclaw - Had a new credit card come through 6 months to the day after it was published.

    Zero Minus Ten - Got my hair cut 2 weeks earlier.

    Devil May Care - Received an Amazon delivery of the Italian Job Special Edition 18 months afterwards.

    It Takes On Average about two Years to Research And Write A Book For A Good Author.
    And -Secondly- Do You Very Often Cross Path in Your Travels With The US President?
    Thirdly; The Plot In Mr Gardners Book Did Cross Path With My "Plot"..-how often does that happen?

    I do not Think That Happens very often..!
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
    Posts: 16,097
    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Never Send Flowers - booked a trip to Euro Disney a year after my first reading. ;)

    Strangely I attempted an overdose straight after reading it. I'm sure there's some correlation there.

    The self-destruction stage of the villain David Dragonpol's development was omitted by John Gardner but there are traces of it left behind. It must have had an effect in your subconscious mind, Wiz. ;)
  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
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    I am certainly scarred from the experience of reading it old son!
  • DragonpolDragonpol Writer @ http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
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    Yes, I kind of see Dragonpol as a latter-day Vincent van Gogh - artistic, talented, but ultimately self-destructive in nature. No doubt I'm reading too much into things again, though.
  • TheWizardOfIceTheWizardOfIce 'One of the Internet's more toxic individuals'
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    Dragonpol wrote: »
    Yes, I kind of see Dragonpol as a latter-day Vincent van Gogh - artistic, talented, but ultimately self-destructive in nature. No doubt I'm reading too much into things again, though.

    No doubt!

    You do give me a chuckle Draggers. Always so sanguine and erudite on every aspect of the Bond universe yet with this massive blind spot when it comes to NSF.

    I'm interested to know how you rate the surrounding books either side of NSF - BC, TMFB, DIF, SeaFire & Cold Do you find the equally poor, to my mind, SeaFire and Cold to be half decent or is it just NSF that hits the spot for you?

    Also where do you rate it in the Gardner oeuvre as a whole? For me it's very noticeably a lot poorer than the first 8 Gardner books.

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