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RE: Bond 23 - 22/5/2012 6:28:11 PM   
King of Kafiristan

 

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If you were to take any one frame of that trailer, put it under glass and on a gallery wall, it would not look out of place. I've rarely seen a better looking movie, and the people behind the flat, TV like blockbusters that litter today's cinema landscape just found a new reason to wake up in the morning and hate themselves. Deakins has shot what will have to go down as one of the most gorgeous motion pictures of all time, right up there with Days of Heaven and 2001: A Space Odyssey. When stacked against Skyfall, the rest of this year's studio slate looks as if it should premier this fall on the CW, rather than a movie theater with aisles and ushers. This will be the best Bond movie we've ever gotten. Craig is at the top of his game. The look on his face when the psychologist asks him about Skyfall is shattering. You want to find out what could possibly get that reaction from a cold bastard like Bond. It pulls you right in. The only problem I had wasn't with the film it was with the trailer cutting to the beat, and then using footage of Craig firing his pistol in sync with the taiko drums on the soundtrack. It was a bit much, sort of gilding the lilly in an unneeded way. Otherwise this looks like the most stylish, effortlessly cool flick on the film horizon. It's clean, crisp and deadly. It looks like a blast, and I bet it'll open huge.

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RE: Bond 23 - 23/5/2012 11:51:35 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: King of Kafiristan

If you were to take any one frame of that trailer, put it under glass and on a gallery wall, it would not look out of place. I've rarely seen a better looking movie, and the people behind the flat, TV like blockbusters that litter today's cinema landscape just found a new reason to wake up in the morning and hate themselves. Deakins has shot what will have to go down as one of the most gorgeous motion pictures of all time, right up there with Days of Heaven and 2001: A Space Odyssey. When stacked against Skyfall, the rest of this year's studio slate looks as if it should premier this fall on the CW, rather than a movie theater with aisles and ushers. This will be the best Bond movie we've ever gotten. Craig is at the top of his game. The look on his face when the psychologist asks him about Skyfall is shattering. You want to find out what could possibly get that reaction from a cold bastard like Bond. It pulls you right in. The only problem I had wasn't with the film it was with the trailer cutting to the beat, and then using footage of Craig firing his pistol in sync with the taiko drums on the soundtrack. It was a bit much, sort of gilding the lilly in an unneeded way. Otherwise this looks like the most stylish, effortlessly cool flick on the film horizon. It's clean, crisp and deadly. It looks like a blast, and I bet it'll open huge.


Pass round the space cake please.

I think it will be good, but hard to say if it will be the best Bond ever. It has some stiff competition.

Also, I think it was a bit of ham acting, if you ask me. I am not a big Daniel Craig fan, even though I did like Casino Royale, but I feel the reaction to it was a bit OTT. As for Quantum of Solace... well it was the worst Bond movie ever, though it shouldn't count because for me it wasn't a Bond movie at all.

Oh for the days of underwater cars, juvenile quips, and proper grade one megalomaniac villains.


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RE: Bond 23 - 24/5/2012 12:54:16 AM   
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As for Quantum of Solace... well it was the worst Bond movie ever



It really wasn't. It was flawed for sure but its nowhere near the worst Bond.

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RE: Bond 23 - 24/5/2012 10:22:15 AM   
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Personally I'd go for View To A Kill or Die Another Day for worst Bond, both daft and unneeded.

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RE: Bond 23 - 25/5/2012 10:04:11 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Spaldron


quote:

ORIGINAL: Private Hudson

As for Quantum of Solace... well it was the worst Bond movie ever



It really wasn't. It was flawed for sure but its nowhere near the worst Bond.


Well I disagree, for me it totally was. It was so poor it simply wasn't a Bond movie. It had a character in it called 'James Bond' but it wasn't Bond.


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RE: Bond 23 - 25/5/2012 10:09:31 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warren7355

Personally I'd go for View To A Kill or Die Another Die for worst Bond, both daft and unneeded.


Die Another Day was ludicrous, totally overblown, but it was still a Bond film. It had all the ingredients and had its moments.

A View to a Kill was by far Roger Moore's weakest film. But again it did have some good points (Christopher Walken, John Barry's score, Eiffel Tower and Golden Gate scenes).

Quantum of Solace had a female lead who Bond doesn't seduce (come on!), it has the most feeble villain ever, and the plot is dire. Zero humour, and where is the music? Oh and the gunbarrel at the end.

Stop fecking about with the formula. By all means tweak it, but don't turn Bond into something he isn't. Bond is not Bourne. He never has to be. Bourne is a 007 wannabe. In 50 years will there be Bourne movies? No. Bond exists in a fantasy world, it should NOT be realistic. Yes it should be plausible, but not realistic.

Bond is supposed to do things that is technically possible but perhaps a tad unrealistic.

And please give us a proper villain and a henchman!

At least in this one they are bringing back Q.

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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 10:40:30 AM   
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^this sounds ludicrously like one of Darth Silas's old rantings!

I kind of agree with the gunshot barrel at the end, disagree with everything else. I really liked QoS

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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 11:20:44 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: King of Kafiristan

If you were to take any one frame of that trailer, put it under glass and on a gallery wall, it would not look out of place. I've rarely seen a better looking movie, and the people behind the flat, TV like blockbusters that litter today's cinema landscape just found a new reason to wake up in the morning and hate themselves. Deakins has shot what will have to go down as one of the most gorgeous motion pictures of all time, right up there with Days of Heaven and 2001: A Space Odyssey. When stacked against Skyfall, the rest of this year's studio slate looks as if it should premier this fall on the CW, rather than a movie theater with aisles and ushers. This will be the best Bond movie we've ever gotten. Craig is at the top of his game. The look on his face when the psychologist asks him about Skyfall is shattering. You want to find out what could possibly get that reaction from a cold bastard like Bond. It pulls you right in. The only problem I had wasn't with the film it was with the trailer cutting to the beat, and then using footage of Craig firing his pistol in sync with the taiko drums on the soundtrack. It was a bit much, sort of gilding the lilly in an unneeded way. Otherwise this looks like the most stylish, effortlessly cool flick on the film horizon. It's clean, crisp and deadly. It looks like a blast, and I bet it'll open huge.




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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 11:27:18 AM   
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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 11:53:25 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Cool Breeze


quote:

ORIGINAL: King of Kafiristan

If you were to take any one frame of that trailer, put it under glass and on a gallery wall, it would not look out of place. I've rarely seen a better looking movie, and the people behind the flat, TV like blockbusters that litter today's cinema landscape just found a new reason to wake up in the morning and hate themselves. Deakins has shot what will have to go down as one of the most gorgeous motion pictures of all time, right up there with Days of Heaven and 2001: A Space Odyssey. When stacked against Skyfall, the rest of this year's studio slate looks as if it should premier this fall on the CW, rather than a movie theater with aisles and ushers. This will be the best Bond movie we've ever gotten. Craig is at the top of his game. The look on his face when the psychologist asks him about Skyfall is shattering. You want to find out what could possibly get that reaction from a cold bastard like Bond. It pulls you right in. The only problem I had wasn't with the film it was with the trailer cutting to the beat, and then using footage of Craig firing his pistol in sync with the taiko drums on the soundtrack. It was a bit much, sort of gilding the lilly in an unneeded way. Otherwise this looks like the most stylish, effortlessly cool flick on the film horizon. It's clean, crisp and deadly. It looks like a blast, and I bet it'll open huge.





Do you think anyone actually listens to your opinions on this anymore?

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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 1:40:35 PM   
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RE: Bond 23 - 26/5/2012 5:19:02 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: warren7355

Personally I'd go for View To A Kill or Die Another Die for worst Bond, both daft and unneeded.


Probably. Though I can watch View to a Kill.

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RE: Bond 23 - 30/5/2012 10:14:43 AM   
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danny klieman returns!

http://www.mi6-hq.com/news/index.php?itemid=10209&t=mi6&s=news


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RE: Bond 23 - 6/6/2012 1:25:19 PM   
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the movies scheduled against SF in oct/nov-

http://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/bond_23_boxoffice_competition.php3?t=&s=&id=03184

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RE: Bond 23 - 11/6/2012 2:32:16 PM   
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I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?

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RE: Bond 23 - 12/6/2012 2:12:31 PM   
spark1

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


FYEO brought 007 back to earth and set the tone that would be followed by dalton and craig.

DAD loses its way in iceland but rallies for the big cargo plane finish. great sword fight too.

its was TMWTGG and MR that let the side down.

but then there's never been a truely dire bond film.

CR '67 doesn't count.


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RE: Bond 23 - 17/6/2012 11:22:42 PM   
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Check out the Final poster - including the reveal of the villain...

http://churchofben.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/new-bond-villain-revealed.html

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RE: Bond 23 - 18/6/2012 1:16:47 AM   
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RE: Bond 23 - 18/6/2012 3:56:41 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: spark1

quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


FYEO brought 007 back to earth and set the tone that would be followed by dalton and craig.

DAD loses its way in iceland but rallies for the big cargo plane finish. great sword fight too.

its was TMWTGG and MR that let the side down.

but then there's never been a truely dire bond film.

CR '67 doesn't count.



Oh don't get me wrong: I actually love all Bond regardless of how silly or bad. FYEO is the most boring for me ,and a genuine struggle to get through at times, with a terrible bad guy and an awful score. The end sequence is good though.

I actually really like the start/middle of DAD but just can't bear HB (Honestly does she go out of her way to try and ruin franchises!?) or that SFX sequence.




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RE: Bond 23 - 18/6/2012 4:24:44 PM   
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< Message edited by Spaldron -- 19/6/2012 3:00:43 AM >


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RE: Bond 23 - 18/6/2012 5:39:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


What's wrong with "Skyfall"? Is it any more 'stupid' than Octopussy/Moonraker/Goldfinger/Thunderball/Goldeneye?

Die Another Day is indeed the worst Bond though.

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RE: Bond 23 - 19/6/2012 12:39:38 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: kumar


^this sounds ludicrously like one of Darth Silas's old rantings!

I kind of agree with the gunshot barrel at the end, disagree with everything else. I really liked QoS


Who was Darth Silas?

Excuse me, sunny Jim, but I am Private Hudson. The original! I was ripping artholes to shreds on the net when you were a glint in the milkman's eye!

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RE: Bond 23 - 19/6/2012 12:42:04 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: spark1

quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


FYEO brought 007 back to earth and set the tone that would be followed by dalton and craig.

DAD loses its way in iceland but rallies for the big cargo plane finish. great sword fight too.

its was TMWTGG and MR that let the side down.

but then there's never been a truely dire bond film.

CR '67 doesn't count.


don draper/ nancy sinatra-

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TMWTGG is one of the very best and dear old Moonraker is fun.

The worst has to be Quantum of Solace, Die Another Day, followed by OHMMS and then The Living Daylights. But I agree I love them all.


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RE: Bond 23 - 19/6/2012 10:03:17 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Whistler


quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


What's wrong with "Skyfall"? Is it any more 'stupid' than Octopussy/Moonraker/Goldfinger/Thunderball/Goldeneye?


Valid point but those titles either sound great (Goldeneye and Thunderball definitely have a ring to them) or have their tongue firmly placed in cheek. Skyfall, while perhaps not at QoS level of baffling nonsense, just sounds like a video game. A crap one at that too.

Just me?



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RE: Bond 23 - 19/6/2012 10:21:09 AM   
spark1

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Private Hudson


quote:

ORIGINAL: spark1

quote:

ORIGINAL: st3veebee

I'll defend A View to a Kill anyday: honestly one of my favourite Bonds.

The worst would have to be either Die Another Day or For Your Eyes Only.

Skyfall, despite the stupid title, looks brilliant. Yes Craig will pout like there's no tomorrow, Yes it will be a bit too serious but on the basis of the cast and director alone: this has to be great...right?


FYEO brought 007 back to earth and set the tone that would be followed by dalton and craig.

DAD loses its way in iceland but rallies for the big cargo plane finish. great sword fight too.

its was TMWTGG and MR that let the side down.

but then there's never been a truely dire bond film.

CR '67 doesn't count.


don draper/ nancy sinatra-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YocBfe1N598


mi6-hq celebrates YOLT-



http://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/yolt_40th_anniversary.php3?t=&s=&id=03192




'the story of you and i, moneypenny-close but no cigar'


TMWTGG is one of the very best and dear old Moonraker is fun.

The worst has to be Quantum of Solace, Die Another Day, followed by OHMMS and then The Living Daylights. But I agree I love them all.




GG has fine baddies but lack the set pieces of a classic bond.

QoS and DAD are not bad films. TLD is a brill debut for dalton. you think OHMSS is bad?!?!!??


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RE: Bond 23 - 25/6/2012 8:53:14 PM   
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Yes OHMSS is pretty bad due to Lazenby being a diddy as we say here in Scotland. It would have been so much better with Connery in it, but again so different.

But hey, I still love all the Bond movies. I don't think any of them are rubbish, just on a scale I'd put the ones I said at the bottom. I do like Living Daylights, but it just feels like it doesn't quite fulfil its promise I think it has possibly the best pre-title sequence of any 007 (with the exception of The Spy Who Loved Me).

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RE: Bond 23 - 29/6/2012 10:25:45 AM   
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quote:

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Yes OHMSS is pretty bad due to Lazenby being a diddy as we say here in Scotland. It would have been so much better with Connery in it, but again so different.

But hey, I still love all the Bond movies. I don't think any of them are rubbish, just on a scale I'd put the ones I said at the bottom. I do like Living Daylights, but it just feels like it doesn't quite fulfil its promise I think it has possibly the best pre-title sequence of any 007 (with the exception of The Spy Who Loved Me).


let sfx explain the wonder that is OHMSS-

http://www.sfx.co.uk/2012/06/28/bond-50-on-her-majestys-secret-service/

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RE: Bond 23 - 29/6/2012 1:35:39 PM   
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So is Skyfall gonna be called S or SF in the future?

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RE: Bond 23 - 1/7/2012 11:24:13 AM   
spark1

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Private Hudson

Yes OHMSS is pretty bad due to Lazenby being a diddy as we say here in Scotland. It would have been so much better with Connery in it, but again so different.

But hey, I still love all the Bond movies. I don't think any of them are rubbish, just on a scale I'd put the ones I said at the bottom. I do like Living Daylights, but it just feels like it doesn't quite fulfil its promise I think it has possibly the best pre-title sequence of any 007 (with the exception of The Spy Who Loved Me).



how the critics judged TLD in '87-

http://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/tld_premiere.php3?t=&s=&id=03208

its not perfect but it was great to see 007 given depth as a character for once.

fassbender is 007!-


http://movieline.com/2012/06/29/michael-fassbender-007-christopher-nolan-james-bond-video/



'i take pleasure in great beauty'.

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new 3min IMAX trailer on the way including 1st look at the new q.


'now pay attention,007'

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