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Seve

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Seve
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The island of Lemoy
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The island of Lemoy
Favourite Fleming Novel
From Russia With Love
Favourite Bond Film
Goldfinger
Favourite Bond Actor
Sean Connery
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312

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  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » mtm wrote: » Kojak007 wrote: » Since NTTD already had a title that was used in a TV series before ("Columbo"), I thought maybe it's not a bad idea to look at other episode-titles of TV series for a potential Bond mov…
    in Bond 26 Title Comment by Seve November 9
  • Venutius wrote: » Well, Safin wouldn't be the first multi-billionaire who thinks the world's vastly overpopulated and that there needs to be a Great Cull, followed by a Great Reset, with the survivors conditioned into becoming social credit drones…
  • neila83 wrote: » Yes I see that reply, why should it change my mind? This person seems to think because they found one quote that contradicts the others, that happens to support THEIR opinion, that is the only one to be considered and we can dismi…
  • Apropos of nothing and not vitally important or anything, but something I've been wondering about Does NTTD feature the old MI6 headquarters building that was in ruins by the end of SP at all? I've been wondering if they were planning to rebui…
  • MakeshiftPython wrote: » But what if you end up liking his depiction of being killed? Then it will be one of those contradictions that we humans are famous for NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Fair enough. If I've misinterpreted your posts, I ap…
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » The most critical opinions of NTTD are all coming from people who haven't seen NTTD... And a lot of them are coming from new members... just signed up to lambast a film they haven't seen in an online group of Bond fans?…
  • Minion wrote: » MakeshiftPython wrote: » And @Seve have you seen NTTD yet? He is suspiciously avoiding answering that question, isn't he? Lol, as I've already mentioned several times before in other posts on this site, I'm in a Cov…
  • Feyador wrote: » It's almost as if the last few films have been set up to flesh-out a set of artificial moral concerns. At some point in the last fifteen years Broccoli & Wilson decided to turn the films into "prestige" projects. Was that d…
  • Michelle_Johnston_55 wrote: » Look "Seve" I have a degree of emotional intelligence and I recognise bait and switch and straw man tactics. You are overthinking things, perhaps you've read too many Le Carre novels? I had to look those terms…
  • Michelle_Johnston_55 wrote: » In order to try and make your point rather than accept the reality of where we are you offer two options one that the story that has been told through CT to NTTD could have simply been foisted on the next actor or jus…
  • mrlynx wrote: » I took my wife to see NTTD last night and had an interesting discussion. She is not a Bond fan at all, or even really into blockbuster movies, but she is an art historian who knows the Bible back to front as an historical text. Sh…
  • Jordo007 wrote: » I think it's too close to judge whether it's divisive personally. It hasn't been out a month yet, let it sit for a few years and that'll be a better measure. I remember initially adoring Spectre and hating Quantum on first few…
  • JamesStock wrote: » I think one of the biggest issues with the Craig era is the loss of ambiguity. Before the Craig era, things like a timeline or Bond's past were done in a mostly suggestive and implicit manner, allowing the viewer the freedom t…
  • Michelle_Johnston_55 wrote: » Trying to suggest 24 was drama not action/thriller/suspense is a bit of a stretch. Lol, I think we have a generation gap here, I was not suggesting 24 was a drama, as, for me, 24 is part of the modern era to wh…
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Seve wrote: » Richard Castle I served Nathan Fillion at the restaurant I worked at a couple of years ago. Cool, I really liked him in Firefly (aka Serenity) as well, just a pity that series didn't last lo…
  • US TV 1950s Matt Dillon (Gunsmoke) or Steve McQueen, I mean Josh Randall 1960s Maxwell Smart (the humorous equivalent of JB) or Mr Spock (Star Trek) or The Virginian or Hoss Cartwright. 1970s Steve Austin (better, faster, stronger) or Hawke…
  • marc wrote: » Seve wrote: » Lol, sorry, but I just watched LTK again the other night and I'm going to flip flop back the other way and vote LTK ahead of TLD now Somehow the things I criticised it for before didn't seem so bad this time ar…
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Let’s say, yes. :P It certainly explains how Craig ended up with the car from Goldfinger! Interesting concept, perhaps we'll see the equivalent of Moore's son in a vintage Lotus next? (Lazenby's son in the lat…
  • QBranch wrote: » To me, 'Skyfall' sounded like a mission from Bond's past, gone wrong. Of course, I followed the production closely and discovered what it meant before the film came out. I guess if you were to categorise the titles into "…
    in Bond 26 Title Comment by Seve November 7
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » It’s true, and it’s how my theory that Connery Bond is Craig Bond’s dad came about. ;) The way Harry Palmer turned out to be Austin Powers dad?
  • QBranch wrote: » Not sure about the full name as a title. How about simply Univex - it's short, sounds scientific, and like, 'Skyfall', it's a title that has an air of mystery about it, particularly for the general audience. I know what you…
    in Bond 26 Title Comment by Seve November 7
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Not everyone is going to understand stories about a fictional character, and that's okay too. (Spoiler) Nicely put NickTwentyTwo wrote: » To anyone who feels the need to try and tie every single Bond story a…
  • RichardTheBruce wrote: » Better still. James Bond Will Return. NickTwentyTwo wrote: » Exactly. Yes, E's just resting
  • AceHole wrote: » Plenty of traditional English idioms & expressions left to toy with... Silence Speaks Louder Than Words Better Dead Than Never The Worst Of Both Worlds The Spy Before The Storm The Devil's In The Daylight Lea…
    in Bond 26 Title Comment by Seve November 7
  • Michelle_Johnston_55 wrote: » On a slightly separate point I have been re watching Silent Witness recently and what strikes me forcibly about the entire Bond thing is it is now operating in the knowledge that their are audiences that have been s…
  • Minion wrote: » @Seve, only you could take a movie in which the love interest dies and the hero ostensibly loses and call it a "happy" ending just because Bond shoots a guy in the leg and stands over him. "Positive" was the word I used, not…
  • MakeshiftPython wrote: » I think you’ve got it reversed. My link is the current listing, whoever made that list you posted was from quite some time ago. Even notes that SP’s spot listed “as of 2016”. Doh! Yes, I see what you mean, it's jus…
  • Seve wrote: » So death is the only "proper" ending in your opinion? thelivingroyale wrote: » Not sure how you managed to get that from my post since I never even implied that but no, of course not. Him retiring again for good or something…
  • NickTwentyTwo wrote: » M_Balje wrote: » Watched yesterday. First feeling for now after more then 12,5 hrs a go i left the cinema: 1. QOS 2. Spectre 3. No Time To Die 4. Casino Royale 5. Skyfall Love this ranking. Skyfall is like …