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  • fanbond123 wrote: » Found this cool photo of Brossy wearing Brioni - Goldeneye era: Now this is James Bond! Brosnan looks great here. Brings back memories. I've always really liked the flight arrival shots they tend to do with Bond act…
  • The trouble with Malek in my view is that he is a bit too slight. He reminds me of Greene. Psychotic but not threatening enough. So if they are going to go with him, I think they need another villain as well, and I can't really see Malek playing sec…
  • patb wrote: » He can't retire with Ilsa as she's taking over the team :-) Good point. Ok, White Widow then. I just would like to see the guy ride off into the sunset eventually. A happy ending. We can leave the death to the other series.
  • patb wrote: » Interesting thoughts, "Your mission, should you choose to accept it" "No thanks" Not much drama in that. Unless there was something really compelling concerning why he would refuse. I agree and of course it would all depend…
  • Mission Impossible Fallout (2018) - 4K Almost perfect. This was my first viewing since the theatre and I had a blast. As I'm sure others have already noted, this film looks magnificent in upgraded UHD format, and the state of the art action seque…
  • patb wrote: » Now I've seen Fallout a few times, it's interesting to consider, how good would/could it be without Cruise. On the basis that another actor would not do the stunts. the action sequences would be different obviously BUT the interestin…
  • DaltonCraig007 wrote: » They did a good job building excitement with this teaser. I'm certainly pumped for it! DaltonCraig007 wrote: » March 2019 preview: I had no idea a film about this attack was being made. Looking forward to …
  • Denbigh wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Pierce2Daniel wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Pierce2Daniel wrote: » Is Suttirat Anne Larlarb the costume designer? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2382320/fullcredits?ref_=tt_cl_sm#cast In recent d…
  • Missed a few of these . NSNA vs TLD - I may be the only one who makes this choice. Connery, even at 53, is more preferable to me than Dalton and that makes a lot of the difference. I prefer the villain in the 1983 entry to the two in TLD too. Nei…
  • Pierce2Daniel wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Pierce2Daniel wrote: » Is Suttirat Anne Larlarb the costume designer? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2382320/fullcredits?ref_=tt_cl_sm#cast In recent days IMDB have listed two Danny Boyle alums f…
  • Denbigh wrote: » I just finished watching The Alienist, and I would love to see Daniel Bruhl play a Bond villain. He actually would've been my choice to play Ernst Stavro Blofeld. While younger than Craig, he could've been really interesting. I'm …
  • Pierce2Daniel wrote: » Is Suttirat Anne Larlarb the costume designer? https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2382320/fullcredits?ref_=tt_cl_sm#cast In recent days IMDB have listed two Danny Boyle alums for key crew roles in Bond 25. The irony is that Bo…
  • Tuck91 wrote: » This is going to be a weird bond film I can tell already. You have as much chance of being correct as anyone making predictions at this point given how little we truly know. I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing though.…
  • Univex wrote: » bondjames wrote: » My anticipation remains tepid for this film at the moment. Must say I feel the same way. Still hopeful that'll change though. And I keep telling myself that my anticipation for SP was trough the roof a…
  • Just caught up on everything that's been happening here over the past few weeks. So yet another delay? It doesn't surprise me in the slightest although it's rather disappointing. I can understand the rationale however, as it's a better release wi…
  • Again, to other posters, it was not my intention to present myself as a tough customer type at all. I'm nobody in relation to Barbara B. Nobody. What impact can I have on anything pertaining to Bond films in general? Nothing. I'm just a poster on…
  • InTheWind wrote: » bondjames wrote: » InTheWind wrote: » My being here, I'm clearly drank the kool-aid. But obviously I like plenty of other films. I'd like to share my favorites and would really appreciate recommendations if you have them…
  • To other posters on this site, I hope I've explained my thinking in my earlier posts. There was no hubris intended whatsoever and I wouldn't want my perspective to be framed by others. I try to explain my personal opinion as best I can, but it remai…
  • FoxRox wrote: » bondjames wrote: » I still hope they find a way to incorporate the CIA into B25, thereby allowing for Leiter's return. The fact that Craig was seen at CIA HQ some months back gives me hope that it was research for the upcoming …
  • I can only assume that this poster was referring to my earlier reference to @Birdleson's post. So perhaps I should clarify, as that was the last comment I made after a lengthy post on what I find interesting about those Bond films l like - which …
  • I still hope they find a way to incorporate the CIA into B25, thereby allowing for Leiter's return. The fact that Craig was seen at CIA HQ some months back gives me hope that it was research for the upcoming film, but perhaps it was just for his gen…
  • InTheWind wrote: » My being here, I'm clearly drank the kool-aid. But obviously I like plenty of other films. I'd like to share my favorites and would really appreciate recommendations if you have them. Here's the thing. My opinion is not typic…
  • Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Univex wrote: » You know what? Jamie Cullum I had suggested him some time back on another thr…
  • BMW_with_missiles wrote: » Birdleson wrote: » Then give me a children’s episode with my vodka martini. I’ll be content. I agree. We really need a return to the more classic formula for Bond once a new actor takes over. I find it concer…
  • Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Univex wrote: » You know what? Jamie Cullum I had suggested him some time back on another thread. I'd like a jazzy title song (it's been a wh…
  • Torgeirtrap wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Univex wrote: » You know what? Jamie Cullum I had suggested him some time back on another thread. I'd like a jazzy title song (it's been a while) or at least some jazz influence. EON probab…
  • Univex wrote: » bondjames wrote: » Univex wrote: » You know what? Jamie Cullum I had suggested him some time back on another thread. I'd like a jazzy title song (it's been a while) or at least some jazz influence. EON probably wi…
  • "Oh, I can't believe it.. I can't believe it! Did you really die that day?"
  • Univex wrote: » You know what? Jamie Cullum I had suggested him some time back on another thread. I'd like a jazzy title song (it's been a while) or at least some jazz influence. EON probably will go with someone more chart friendly and …
  • Birdleson wrote: » I find my appreciation for OP and NSNA to always be about equal, even in ‘83. Entirely different sets of strengthening and weaknesses, but it seems to balance out. High teens in my rankings; great moments and some excellent pe…