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Ludovico

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On Her Majestys Secret Service
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Thunderball
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  • Univex wrote: » suavejmf wrote: » Benny wrote: » Timothee Chalamet is about the most polar opposite of Ian Fleming's, James Bond as I think you could get. As an American he immediately rules himself out for me. As an actor, well to be fai…
  • suavejmf wrote: » MajorDSmythe wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » suavejmf wrote: » Hunnam reportedly talked his way into the starring role in King Arthur, convincing Guy Ritchie that he could carry the ball. He could not carry the ball, as we…
  • MajorDSmythe wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » suavejmf wrote: » Hunnam reportedly talked his way into the starring role in King Arthur, convincing Guy Ritchie that he could carry the ball. He could not carry the ball, as we now know. The film l…
  • suavejmf wrote: » Hunnam reportedly talked his way into the starring role in King Arthur, convincing Guy Ritchie that he could carry the ball. He could not carry the ball, as we now know. The film lost the studio £153m. Good for him for making…
  • talos7 wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » suavejmf wrote: » MSL49 wrote: » Are early 80's born actor's too old for the role? No. Not at all. Perfect. I'd say it depends of when the next film can start shooting. Minimally tha…
  • suavejmf wrote: » MSL49 wrote: » Are early 80's born actor's too old for the role? No. Not at all. Perfect. I'd say it depends of when the next film can start shooting.
  • WillyGalore_Redux wrote: » Tar jorgem wrote: » The Avengers is the only movie where Sean Connery played a bad guy. I've seen that movie in theaters back in 1998. He played a bad guy in Tarzan's Greatest Adventure too. A few years before …
  • Mathis1 wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » My favourite role of Sean Connery after Bond is William of Baskerville in The Name of the Rose. Because he played the anti Bond and he played him seemlessly. Great movie, and i believe Michael Caine wa…
  • Article about Anthony Burgess and Ian Fleming : https://www.newstatesman.com/culture/2013/03/anthony-burgesss-007-obsession
  • My favourite role of Sean Connery after Bond is William of Baskerville in The Name of the Rose. Because he played the anti Bond and he played him seemlessly.
  • The Sign of Four. Arthur Conan Doyle, of course. My Halloween reads are done, I am switching to crime fiction for Noirvember.
  • Extremely sad to read the news. Can I say that he was maybe THE most iconic actor of all the history of cinema, after Chaplin?
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Still loving these “skinny” comments. American, totally fair. Skinny? You guys think Bond 26 is coming out tomorrow? If it is, Luke Evans is definitely the man for the job. He's still American,even if he looked like …
  • DoctorClatterhand wrote: » I'd rather have Chamalet than Cavill. Not that I want Chamalet. Cavill reeks of lazy, unimaginative fan casting. The kind of Bond-by-numbers that would push the series into obscurity. God, Craig is going to be so hard to…
  • I'd rather have Cavill than Chalamet and I'm no fan of Cavill. Heck I'd rather have Norton and I think Norton would be a terrible idea!
  • ToTheRight wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » ToTheRight wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » ToTheRight wrote: » As far as DRACULA films go one could debate for years who was the best Count. That said, in my controversial opinion: KEANU REEVES …
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » AstonLotus wrote: » James Bond is a hero. An anti-hero, if anything, I'd say. It wouldn't be nearly as interesting if it were that straightforward. I suppose he fits the dictionary definition of a "hero", thoug…
  • @CommanderRoss We take the high road and try as much as we can to remain calm and polite.
  • talos7 wrote: » Good voice. This is a pretty upbeat bit but I think he has a good range and can go deeper when needed. He doesn't need much more. I can't believe I'm starting to think he could actually work.
  • ToTheRight wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » ToTheRight wrote: » As far as DRACULA films go one could debate for years who was the best Count. That said, in my controversial opinion: KEANU REEVES WAS THE DEFINITIVE AND BEST JONATHAN HARKER …
  • How's Hoult's voice now? I mean how derp/masculine is it?
  • talos7 wrote: » Pierce2Daniel wrote: » Univex wrote: » BTW, guy's got brilliant comedic timing and range. Woah....When did Nicholas Hoult get so sexy? Damn...Okay, now I can see why he was in contention for the Batman role oppos…
  • talos7 wrote: » Pierce2Daniel wrote: » Univex wrote: » BTW, guy's got brilliant comedic timing and range. Woah....When did Nicholas Hoult get so sexy? Damn...Okay, now I can see why he was in contention for the Batman role oppos…
  • SeanCraig wrote: » It‘s sad because I don‘t think I ever read it this way. The bad guys could have had any skin color ... it makes no sense to me to read racism into this. What if the bad guys would be underground german Nazis? Would that be „OK“ …
  • Denbigh wrote: » talos7 wrote: » To suggest that none of the actors mentioned would be suitable is just not accurate; none might fit one’s personal preference but there are several who are strong candidates. Exactly, and again we should r…
  • suavejmf wrote: » Ludovico wrote: » Denbigh wrote: » I very much doubt that's the reason considering what Barbara herself has said... “I always say: you can only be in love with one person at a time. Once the film’s come out, then some …
  • Horror Stories for Halloween by Tony Walker. Binging on horror these days.
  • DarthDimi wrote: » @Ludovico Sometimes, it's almost impossible to fathom why people behave the way they do. That lady should know better than to make trouble about a parking space in front of a kid. Even then, it seems like just another case of t…
  • Denbigh wrote: » I very much doubt that's the reason considering what Barbara herself has said... “I always say: you can only be in love with one person at a time. Once the film’s come out, then some time will pass, and then we’ll have to get o…
  • My wife just had a big row with an elderly lady neighbour who thinks she's entitled to a specific parking space. She shouted at her in front of my little boy and said my wife was a spoiled brat. Why do we have such crazy old bat as a neighbour?