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In Reply to: RE: 'No Time To Die': No lack of action . . . posted by Billy Wonka on October 09, 2021 at 12:20:10
menace and cold-bloodedness--- and still didn't reach the cool murderousness of the book character. Yeah, it's must cinema for us boomers.
Altho not the best Bond flick, I don't know if there's a more enjoyable fun Bond flick. If it's on the tube, ima watchin'. BTW, read a lot of Fleming's novels in high school as well.
"E Burres Stigano?"
I grew up with Moore as Bond so he was my first exposure to the character. My favourite was the first one with Jaws. The Spy Who Loved Me is still on of my favourites of the franchise.
I grew to like Connery's Bond and I quite liked License to Kill with Dalton - he was Craig before Craig - but perhaps the 1980s wasn't ready for him. They all made a movie I liked. On Her Majesty's Secret Service had Diana Rigg (Emma Peel) so even though Lazenby is awful - the movie was quite good in spite of him.
that I had seen, and I have been a loyal fan ever since. LALD also had the hottest Bond girl ever in Jane Seymour! Even still today the woman is beautiful! I liked Roger Moore as Bond, but Pierce Brosnan is still my favorite..... Followed by Craig and then Moore.....
Couldn't agree more. As a super avid Bond reader in the 60s, the movie characterizations were terrible, and got worse, until Craig got on the scene. The book Bond was never a funny, flippant, guy. When Fleming died, it was akin to a death in the family.
so radically different. I never felt Moore was... dangerous. Or Brosnan. Nice guys. Bond especially wasn't so. Quite unpleasant, almost sadistic.
Bond should probably be portrayed more like Villanelle in Killing Eve. She is more like what an agent should probably be like. A psychopath.
at least have a compulsion to kill (uncontrollable masochistic pleasure).
"Casino Royale" spy parody/comedy, 1967.
A nutty film job, but had a cast of major league actors: Ursula Andres, Orson Welles, Deborah Kerr, William Holden, Woody Allen, Peter Sellers, ... etc ... and Daliah Lavi, she of heavy breathing. Woof.
had a heart attack immediately before filming.
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