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Old 10-16-2012, 02:25 PM   #11
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I want to see this and ..The Lone Ranger...that comes out next spring....Both look to be very-good.....

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I really don't know what to say here....
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Say you'll go to see it and put your Craig prejudice aside for two hours of fun and explosions, say it, say it *shaking fist*

CGI is where Hollywood is going, there is no stopping that train after the successes of movies like Avatar I am afraid. Hell if they had CGI up to speed back in the day maybe Waterworld wouldn't have lost hundreds of millions of dollars and been a decent movie.

Bond is supposed to be dark. He lost what he thought was the love of his life. He is supposed to brooding and his character is supposed to sleep with women to ease the pain and nothing more.

Craig's Bond does that.

Brosnan's Bond was about one liners, stupid comedic relief in the middle of gun fights, and driving around in a little bitch BMW.

Yes Quantum was not the best of the series, by a long shot. But the remake of Casino was one of the best in my opinion, it was everything Bond minus "Q".

And "q" is back, although he appears to be 26 and not nearly as cool.

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I really don't know what to say here....
There will never be another Connery. Sad but true. And as much as I liked RM as a youngster, I like seeing a darker side to Bond. Could have been anyone bringing it, it just happens to be Craig. Just a shame they didn't ask you first!!
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To me Craig is believable as a bad a$$! I used to really like Brosnan, but not so much anymore. Connery will always be the best!

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I think Timothy Dalton was the worst chosen James Bond ever...

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To me Craig is believable as a bad a$$! I used to really like Brosnan, but not so much anymore. Connery will always be the best!
Craig is almost as much of a nasty badazz as TWMIM.

Craig is Bond ;-)
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I think Timothy Dalton was the worst chosen James Bond ever...
TO be fair he was a back up choice after Brosnan got worked like a $3 whore on port call by the good folks at Remington Steele.

I have to say I really did not enjoy Lazenby, but a lot of that has to do with his bitch made move to whine and cry about his time as Bond before the movie came out.

Bond made Connery a multi millionaire and this was the guy they chose to fill his shoes. Lazenby does one film, then bitches about the entire film franchise, the director, the studio and everything else.

That would be like some young up and comer getting to redo Ironman and leaving in a huff after one film.
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TO be fair he was a back up choice after Brosnan got worked like a $3 whore on port call by the good folks at Remington Steele.

I have to say I really did not enjoy Lazenby, but a lot of that has to do with his bitch made move to whine and cry about his time as Bond before the movie came out.

Bond made Connery a multi millionaire and this was the guy they chose to fill his shoes. Lazenby does one film, then bitches about the entire film franchise, the director, the studio and everything else.

That would be like some young up and comer getting to redo Ironman and leaving in a huff after one film.

I remember watching Brosnan in Remington Steel and always thought he would make a good Bond. I was pretty excited when he took over the part of Bond. I have to agree with you on Lazenby not a big fan of him either.
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You know, he didn't do a bad job to be honest, for the time.

But the bitch way he went out, and before the movie even hit the big screen.

There were probably 1,000 actors that probably would have killed for that role but he was too self important to do his "under-study" work as the lowly James Bond. Whatever.

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