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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 21/2/2013 3:40:37 PM   
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Casino Royale. Loved it and thought it might start a trend after catching Quantum of Solace. Unfortunately never caught Skyfall yet. :(

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 21/2/2013 3:46:43 PM   
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GoldenEye for me. So far I've seen all of the ones released since then at the cinema except Die Another Day. Dodged a bullet, there.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 27/2/2013 8:30:14 AM   
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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 27/2/2013 9:46:03 AM   
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not being a bond fan i didnt watch any at the cinema until Casino Royale and have been a loyal fan ever since. I even enjoyed Quantum of Solace. Although I felt Skyfall didnt make a lot of sense, I still enjoyed it.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 28/2/2013 10:10:11 AM   
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I saw Casino Royale at 10 years old with my parents, I was a real big Bond fan previous to that, so I begged for days to go and see it with them.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 11/3/2013 5:47:19 PM   
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I'm pretty ashamed to say it but my first one in the cinema was Skyfall...

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 11/3/2013 5:55:52 PM   
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Same.

I remember desparately wanting to see Goldeneye but I was only 9 or 10 at the time and it was a 12.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 13/3/2013 2:02:47 AM   
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My dad used to take my siblings and me to Bond films when I was really young during the 80s, but it was just in the local church hall with a screen and projector. My mum went radge when she found out years later; she's a feminist.

I can remember seeing Octopussy, I thought Roger Moore was great at the time and preferred him to Sean Connery (idiot!). However it's not exactly an authentic cinematic experience when you're sat on plastic chairs, the whirring of the projector is louder than the audio, there's light peeping through the curtains, and tea and biscuits are served by the priest's housekeeper.

The first one at a proper cinema was GoldenEye at the now demolished Edinburgh UCI. I remember the silence of the opening jump too. Unfortunately I was sat between one sister madly in love with Pierce Brosnan and another sister madly in love with Sean Bean, so it was quite difficult to concentrate through their lustful comments and orgasmic sighs and moans. I wasn't hugely impressed, mainly because I never took to Brosnan as Bond.

I wish I'd bothered my arse to go and see Casino Royale, fucking love that film.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 16/3/2013 12:28:05 AM   
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Moonraker.

In my youth it was brilliant. It had spaceships, Jaws, fighting and action - I fondly watch ot these days, but at he same time wonder why I enjoyed it so much.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 18/3/2013 9:47:01 AM   
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My first Bond film in the theater was Skyfall. Wasn't interested in any of the others enough to warrant paying ticket price for TBH.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 21/3/2013 11:54:18 PM   
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Casino Royale!

Sorry, not that I want to make the oldies feel bad :p

I remember my Grandparents taking me, I was 11

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 16/4/2013 8:34:32 PM   
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Mine was a bond Double bill. The Man with the Golden gun & Live and Let Die.






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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 17/4/2013 10:17:55 AM   
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quote:

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Mine was a bond Double bill. The Man with the Golden gun & Live and Let Die.








man, why don't they do posters like that for the new bond films?

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 17/4/2013 11:16:35 AM   
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Probably because it's not very appropriate considering the tone of the films.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 17/4/2013 7:06:58 PM   
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That and the industry doesn't want them. Only niche Mondo type companies bother with it.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 17/4/2013 7:10:17 PM   
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Dunnah!


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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 17/4/2013 7:25:40 PM   
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Well.... they tried their best I suppose that's what counts

I say they tried, clearly they ran out of patience and scribbled some lines at the bottom there ....

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 18/4/2013 10:26:24 AM   
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quote:

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Dunnah!





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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 28/4/2013 12:02:35 PM   
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Licence To Kill (was underage as well -13!) - had seem most Bond films at that point on TV so was already a big fan, although I don't think I'd seen The Living Daylights so this was my introduction to a new Bond after very much being a Roger fan. Remember loving the film and had a poster of Tim Dalton and Carey Lowell on my wall for years afterward. Have always had an affection for both the film and Tim Dalton's Bond as a result.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 7/6/2013 1:59:45 PM   
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'GoldenEye'. Still one of the best - action, wit and cast. Even the strange choice of music style for the score seemed to fit perfectly with the Cold War/Russian theme.
Its also the best appearance and use of the DB5 outside of 'Goldfinger'. The film and its look/pace reminded a lot of 'From Russia With Love'. Also had a great villain team. Famke, Gottfreid and Sean are still one of the series' most memorable villain team ups.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 7/6/2013 2:46:17 PM   
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yeah Goldeneye was pretty much the Skyfall of the 90s (but only made around half of SFs box office when adjusted)

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 22/6/2013 8:58:50 PM   
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emmmm Casino Royale (2006)

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 22/6/2013 9:09:46 PM   
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Still haven't seen a Bond film on the big screen.

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 18/7/2013 11:13:30 AM   
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"A View To A Kill"

Not one of the better Bond outings, it has to be said. After all, it includes the quip;

"There's a fly in his soup."

And, if I'm not mistaken, Bond makes the love interest a quiche.

......that's right, a quiche.

However, it does include Christopher 'mad hair, even madder laugh' Walken as the villain, so it's swings and roundabouts, ain't it?

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RE: Your 1st Bond film (at the cinema)? - 18/7/2013 1:21:59 PM   
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Goldeneye for me.

Went with my parents. I remember feeling a little bit awkward whenever Famke Janssen showcased her bedroom moves.

Still, the popcorn was great.

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