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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 13/3/2013 5:00:26 AM   
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Bond




falls for for their kindness and personality




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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 13/3/2013 5:51:34 AM   
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Well why not, eh? Tempus fugit - he's growing older, missing M (for 'Mummy'), more aware of his own mortality, perhaps even contemplating there someday being an ickle James... Why shouldn't his misogyny thaw a little over time? He loved Vesper so we know he's capable of the emotion.

He can still shag a random fit bird first.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 13/3/2013 6:57:14 AM   
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The moment Bond starts feeling soppy for the ladies you're soon looking at marriage followed by kids followed by James Bond Jr movies starring Shia LeBeef. Is that what you want cos that's what'll happen!!

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 13/3/2013 3:11:43 PM   
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He got all soppy in Casino Royale and that didn't happen, did it? Obviously the relationship would have to be doomed to fail.

Actually you know what would be great? If the love interest left him. Maybe even for another man, a boring normal one, cause Bond is too busy running round fighting master villains to commit.

Hell yeah, I'd liven up that script for the ladies.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 15/3/2013 10:53:16 PM   
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He got all soppy in Casino Royale and that didn't happen, did it? Obviously the relationship would have to be doomed to fail.

Actually you know what would be great? If the love interest left him. Maybe even for another man, a boring normal one, cause Bond is too busy running round fighting master villains to commit.

Hell yeah, I'd liven up that script for the ladies.


If that is the case then we will see the long awaited inclusion of Gala Brand? I won't spoil it for those who haven't read Moonraker.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 15/3/2013 10:57:40 PM   
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I think Guy Ritchie would be an excellent choice to direct the next Bond.


Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

Get Duncan Jones, Christopher Nolan or even let Jonathan Nolan have a go.

But can we get back to having some serious fun?

I actually don't think that Skyfall was overtly full of 'character' development, but I would like to see a proper, old fashioned mission.

Yes some fans agree that the old ways are best.

Incidentally, the more I watch Skyfall on DVD I have grown to love it, but it is in no way, shape or form the best Bond. That is quite frankly hyperbolic and ridiculous.

But I am glad it has cemented the future of Bond. But we have had 'gritty' Bond for a while, so let's get back to the fantasy. That is what made Bond last and made him unique.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 15/3/2013 10:58:12 PM   
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Who would be the most out there choice in terms of director, that you believe could realistically get the gig? I don't believe Tarantino would ever realistically get the gig for the record.


I think Tarantino would be a disaster. He'd make it a pastiche.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 15/3/2013 11:31:16 PM   
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See when mendes was picked i feared the worst and that the action wouldn't deliver. But the second unit teams are so good on the Bond movies, collaborating with mendes they all delivered fantastic action scenes. My personal preference is to lean towards an action director, but this is the opposite direction that the producers seem to want to go


Actually that is an excellent point. The director probably doesn't film much of the action scenes at all and will leave it to the season pros of the 2nd unit who have been with Bond for many films.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:45:24 AM   
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See when mendes was picked i feared the worst and that the action wouldn't deliver. But the second unit teams are so good on the Bond movies, collaborating with mendes they all delivered fantastic action scenes. My personal preference is to lean towards an action director, but this is the opposite direction that the producers seem to want to go


Actually that is an excellent point. The director probably doesn't film much of the action scenes at all and will leave it to the season pros of the 2nd unit who have been with Bond for many films.



Except QOS which was horrible in the action department.

As for the next one, can they just stop referencing if this is a "new" or an "old" style Bond and just make a proper adventure? I was happy enough with the characters in Skyfall but what's the point of trying to add serious drama when they mention Goldeneye or other things so overtly?

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 10:08:50 AM   
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How about Kathryn Bigelow for the next one?

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:32:56 PM   
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bond's real love-

http://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/history_aston_martin_fleming_bond.php3?t=&s=&id=03467

hopefully it will return in bond 24.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:45:18 PM   
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See when mendes was picked i feared the worst and that the action wouldn't deliver. But the second unit teams are so good on the Bond movies, collaborating with mendes they all delivered fantastic action scenes. My personal preference is to lean towards an action director, but this is the opposite direction that the producers seem to want to go


Actually that is an excellent point. The director probably doesn't film much of the action scenes at all and will leave it to the season pros of the 2nd unit who have been with Bond for many films.



Except QOS which was horrible in the action department.

As for the next one, can they just stop referencing if this is a "new" or an "old" style Bond and just make a proper adventure? I was happy enough with the characters in Skyfall but what's the point of trying to add serious drama when they mention Goldeneye or other things so overtly?


Funnily enough I don't think the action was the issue in QoS.

A rubbish villain, one of the dullest scripts (I mean how can you mess up with Latin America as your background?), zero wit and humour, but crucially it didn't have any scenes to make it memorable. And that is the main point.

Most of the recent movies haven't had that 007 Moment factor. And by that I mean things that when you see, you go "Wow". Or something we just haven't seen before (or a lot).

From Russia With Love had Rosa Kleb's shoes, 007 getting 'killed' in the maze by garotte, and obviously the famous fight on the train.

Goldfinger had the bit when he pops up in a frogman's outfit and then reveals a tuxedo... the ejector seat... Oddjob's hat.

I'm not going to go through them all, but you get the drift.

What were the iconic moments from CR, QoS and SF?

I'm unsure if there were any at all. And I would also include DAD in that list of recent movies that lacked something. Call it the X factor or je ne sais quoi.

I am sure most of you know what I mean.

Something that tells you right away you are in a Bond movie.



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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:48:00 PM   
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See when mendes was picked i feared the worst and that the action wouldn't deliver. But the second unit teams are so good on the Bond movies, collaborating with mendes they all delivered fantastic action scenes. My personal preference is to lean towards an action director, but this is the opposite direction that the producers seem to want to go


Actually that is an excellent point. The director probably doesn't film much of the action scenes at all and will leave it to the season pros of the 2nd unit who have been with Bond for many films.



Except QOS which was horrible in the action department.

As for the next one, can they just stop referencing if this is a "new" or an "old" style Bond and just make a proper adventure? I was happy enough with the characters in Skyfall but what's the point of trying to add serious drama when they mention Goldeneye or other things so overtly?


I missed that bit. When did they do that?

I agree that we need now a proper mission. No revenge stories or anyone with a backstory related to anyone at MI6.

Quantum are a good invention as it gives scope for a new array of villains. So let's have either a fiendish Quantum plot or some billionnaire who wants to take over the world by either exploding nukes/starting WWIII or poisoning the population of the Earth. You know, classic Bond plots.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:48:28 PM   
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How about Kathryn Bigelow for the next one?


That could be a good idea, would certainly add something different.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:49:38 PM   
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bond's real love-

http://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/articles/history_aston_martin_fleming_bond.php3?t=&s=&id=03467

hopefully it will return in bond 24.


I'm sure it will. Though I hanker after the best Bond car... the Lotus Esprit.

BTW why are you getting such a had time on the Star Trek thread?! Incroyable!


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 16/3/2013 12:54:33 PM   
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See I don't care about any of that really, so I don't feel the need to start listing random things. Personally CR had everything I would want.

But QOS had so much shaky cam nonsense that meant what would have been the only real highlights were obscured and irritating to watch.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 18/3/2013 10:49:24 AM   
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I look forward to how Bond's relationship with Mallory will pan out. I was really happy to see Fiennes as the new M. I was even happier to see Ben Wishaw as Q - he's a fantastic actor.

I'd love to see Bond lose it and go rogue for a while, but as others have said, might be a bit early into his relationship with a new M. The brainwashed idea is really interesting too. I hope they don't overuse Moneypenny; it was a cute twist but she's behind her desk now so leave her there. More Q, less Moneypenny.

I'd like to see a Bond girl who isn't remotely involved in crime or espionage, maybe a primary school teacher or female vicar or something. Not just a shag, but a love interest. Played by someone as classy as Eva Green. But not much of a looker! Someone he falls for for their kindness and personality (for once).

One thing: I hope they stop overusing 'bloody' as much as they did in Skyfall. I realise in America it's not remotely profane so it's more acceptable, but the amount of times it was said was pushing the realms of plausibility! Throw in a couple of 'sodding's at least!


Totally agree at these points. Moneypenny is Moneypenny. I still can see her sitting there behind the desk in Dr. No or FRWL full of hope for something more between her and Bond, but that's it.

I'm really looking forward to see next Bond's girl. But let's be honest, Bond is Bond and any other that "action girl" is not possible (unfortunatelly). But I didn't like Green, sorry there's something about her what I don't buy.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 20/3/2013 10:23:23 AM   
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so bond 24 not until 2015?-

http://www.deadline.com/2013/03/mgm-public-disclosure-skyfall-hobbit/

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 20/3/2013 1:11:50 PM   
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so bond 24 not until 2015?-

http://www.deadline.com/2013/03/mgm-public-disclosure-skyfall-hobbit/


They’re saying 3 years now, so it could be 2016. Should not have signed Craig up to do more after Skyfall, or at least it’s sequel. We’ll have Bond perusing villains at a leisurely pace on public transport with the use of his trusty Freedom Pass before long…  
 
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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 21/3/2013 10:15:48 PM   
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That's crazy. You'd think they'd want to strike while the iron is hot.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 22/3/2013 12:41:34 PM   
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I missed that bit. When did they do that?


I think it went
Bond  "It's hardly Christmas" (great line)
Q        "What were you expecting, an exploding pen?" (lame reference)

It's like the whole thing was arguing with itself and the result is a weird mix of semi serious psych-drama and other stuff like the car from Goldfinger out of nowhere. It's like the tone couldn't be decided on and just brings everything down. Then they laugh it all off at the end and say oh well, these people are dead but never mind, here's Moneypenny for no reason. Nowhere near the best best 007 movie, I don't care how "amazing" the cinematography is.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 22/3/2013 12:45:30 PM   
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Eon don't want to rush a follow-up to Skyfall and fuck it up. They're being smart about it, so good on them.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 22/3/2013 12:55:28 PM   
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I thought the MGM problems where the reason for the delay though, not lots of planning. 2 years is hardly a rush, they need to get back in there.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 23/3/2013 4:28:32 PM   
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I missed that bit. When did they do that?


I think it went
Bond  "It's hardly Christmas" (great line)
Q        "What were you expecting, an exploding pen?" (lame reference)

It's like the whole thing was arguing with itself and the result is a weird mix of semi serious psych-drama and other stuff like the car from Goldfinger out of nowhere. It's like the tone couldn't be decided on and just brings everything down. Then they laugh it all off at the end and say oh well, these people are dead but never mind, here's Moneypenny for no reason. Nowhere near the best best 007 movie, I don't care how "amazing" the cinematography is.


Yes I do actually remember that scene and I think I did make that connection to Goldeneye. The Alan Cumming pen. However, I put that down to a throwaway gag, nothing more.

In the Bond universe we've had all sorts of exploding everyday items. My own favourite was the toothpaste plastic explosive in Licence to Kill!

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 23/3/2013 4:33:35 PM   
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Eon don't want to rush a follow-up to Skyfall and fuck it up. They're being smart about it, so good on them.


Bad business move though! If you have a massive hit, which Skyfall was, though I do think we had extraneous factors at play (50th anniversary, London 2012, the 4 year wait) which helped inflate its gross, you have to follow it up pretty quickly.

I mean it is not as if Eon make other movies. To quote Bruce Willis in Armageddon (never a wise move I agree) "You're EON (NASA)! You must have a ton of guys in a room just thinking (Bond) shit up!"

I am sure they could get back to the biannual event that Bond was if they put their minds to it. Perhaps the real stumbling block is Daniel Craig? I am sure he will have a shedload of projects in the pipeline already.

Will the next Bond movie be his last? I am not his biggest fan, but I would like him to do 5 and at the very least set it up for the next guy so we can get back to normal, though I do feel Skyfall's ending has done that.

And by normal I mean no more revenge stories or anyone in the mission having some previous connection to 007 or MI6. As Q says in the non-Eon Never Say Never Again "A return to gratuitous sex and violence?"

Why not?

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 23/3/2013 4:34:17 PM   
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I thought the MGM problems where the reason for the delay though, not lots of planning. 2 years is hardly a rush, they need to get back in there.


I agree 100%. It is stupid not to. And I am sure they are actively planning to do so.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 23/3/2013 4:35:29 PM   
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Eon don't want to rush a follow-up to Skyfall and fuck it up. They're being smart about it, so good on them.


Also, as most of us here know a lot about movies and the history of movies we all know that there is no guarantee that taking time and planning a movie will make it a success. There are many, many classic movies that were thrown together at the last minute and turned out fine. Casablanca is one such example.

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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 26/3/2013 10:23:46 AM   
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the 2 year cycle was just fine for the bond films.

mendes could return-


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 27/3/2013 7:43:47 PM   
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the 2 year cycle was just fine for the bond films.

mendes could return-


http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/movies/news/a468406/james-bond-producers-well-get-sam-mendes-back-again-one-day.html



Agreed.


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RE: Bond 24 - 2014 - 27/3/2013 8:56:12 PM   
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To be honest I always felt like the director's were just for hire and that the producers were calling the shots, and the second unit got the action done. Besides the older ones that had recurring names behind the camera, does it matter?

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