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post Nov 8 2008, 05:09 PM, updated 8y ago

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Bond 22 @ Quantum of Solace --> http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/723371

With the success of QOS, one can only thirst for more Craig's 007.
Great news for everyone, he's not only contracted for Bond 23, and also confirmed for Bond 24 thumbup.gif
(with possible interest in 25).

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Sauce for Bond 23: http://www.heart1062.co.uk/daniel-to-do-third-bond-6219
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Daniel To Do Third Bond

Daniel Craig WILL be back for a third outing as 007.

The confirmation comes as the 22nd James Bond, Quantum Of Solace, gets its world premiere in London on Wednesday night.

When asked if Daniel would return for another outing, producer Barbara Broccoli told Heart that Daniel returning is a dead cert, she replied: “On please! Are you kidding? He’s got to come back, we’re not going to let him go. Are you crazy?”

Co-producer Michael G Wilson added: “It would be insane not to bring him back. He is the greatest Bond right now and the people love him.”

He also confirmed that work was due to start on the next Bond movie.


Sauce for Bond 24: http://www.mi6.co.uk/sections/articles/bon...&s=qos&id=02042
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When quizzed by reporters about how long he intends to stay on in the role of James Bond, Craig said he will "make as many as I can" and added that he is contracted to star in four 007 outings. "Quantum of Solace" is his second, following up the box-office smash "Casino Royale" where he made his debut in the famous tuxedo in 2006.


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post Nov 8 2008, 05:15 PM

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Adui,this series getting boring la... Almost same story every time.
Hot girl,nice car,explosions,shooting. Oh well,thats what the people like anyway.
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You just insulted 90% of today's Hollywood action movies lol laugh.gif
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QUOTE(firedauz @ Nov 8 2008, 05:32 PM)
You just insulted 90% of today's Hollywood action movies lol laugh.gif
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Lol, very true.

Anyway, I doubt bond movies will be going anywhere anytime.
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Hermm....
I wonder if Chris Nolan would direct future Bond movie..
he'll definitely take Bond to the next level like he did with Batman rclxms.gif
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Movie is still the same ma, explosion, sex, weapon, love.. just like watch race motor, all want see accident.
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First time it's PG13 lol
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QUOTE(karhoe @ Nov 9 2008, 10:40 PM)
First time it's PG13 lol
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QUOTE(DeRossi @ Nov 9 2008, 10:57 PM)
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No, it's parental guidance for children below 13. But in any case, what does it mean, first time PG13?
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QUOTE(kobe8byrant @ Nov 9 2008, 11:01 PM)
No, it's parental guidance for children below 13. But in any case, what does it mean, first time PG13?
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I thought before this it's all for above 18 only? They did censor right?
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Sauce: http://www.collider.com/entertainment/news...id/10063/tcid/1

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Daniel Craig talks about the future of JAMES BOND

For the next film, they can either use the deleted ending as their start point, or they can pretend that it never happened and just begin fresh.

And according to Daniel Craig, that’s what they’re going to do. When asked if the next “Bond” would be part of a trilogy, he said, “No f***ing way. I’m done with that story. I want to lie on a beach for the first half an hour of the next movie drinking a cocktail.”

While he was obviously kidding about lying on the beach for the first thirty minutes, I’m sure he meant every word about the next “Bond” movie starting fresh.  In fact, he had a few ideas about what he wants to do and they sound really good. Here’s what he said:

“We’ve finished this story as far as I’m concerned. We’ve got a great set of bad guys. There is an organization that we can use whenever we want to. The relationship between Bond and M is secure and Felix is secure. Let’s try and find where Moneypenny came from and where Q comes from. Let’s do all that and have some fun with it.”

The way he’s talking about the future, the next film might feature a return to the technology that’s been missing in these first two Daniel Craig “Bond” movies. In fact, the introduction of Q could be a main part of the movie. Maybe Bond has to rescue Q from whatever bad guys are in the next movie and turn him. Maybe he’s a genius inventor that the entire world wants and that’s the way they can introduce his ability to invent gadgets for future movies. The possibilities are endless.

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QUOTE(karhoe @ Nov 10 2008, 09:58 PM)
I thought before this it's all for above 18 only? They did censor right?
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you are referring to malaysian's rating or US? because there is no restriction for above 18, however there is a R classification, means under 17 require guardians' accompany, also means under 17 need guardian to buy ticket and go in to cinema together.

Now back to Bond movies, it's never been rated R or higher rating before, not sure about local censorship, but i doubt it.
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just managed to *ahem* the whole series of Bond movies from the very 1st one, Dr No[1962] til the latest Casino Royale. Gonna do a marathon on this alrdy. brows.gif QoS? not clear yet... tongue.gif:
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http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/showb...icle2287951.ece

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The name's Boyle... Danny Boyle

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SLUMDOG Millionaire director DANNY BOYLE has been asked to take charge of the next James Bond movie.

Down-to-earth Danny is hot property in Hollywood after his Mumbai-set film became an Oscar sensation.

And Bond chief Barbara Broccoli, who now heads the huge 007 franchise at EON Productions, is leading the chase for his services.

Manchester-born Danny, 52, has insisted in interviews that big budgets are not important to him.

But the grittier direction Bond films have taken since DANIEL CRAIG took the role has changed his view about the blockbusters.

Bombarded

He is also pals with CALLUM MCDOUGAL — who shot the 2000 film The Beach with him and is now a Bond producer.

A source said: “Danny is the man of the moment and he is being bombarded with offers from studios.

“He has been offered the chance to direct the 23rd Bond film by Barbara. The EON team love his vision and think that it would work perfectly for the new look of Bond.

“Danny has always insisted he is more interested in the film than the money.

“However, with Daniel Craig’s involvement and the way the films are now structured — with the emphasis on the characters and plot rather than gags and gadgets — it is right up Danny’s street.

“Everyone on the EON team thinks Danny would be a fantastic addition to the Bond family.”

Danny was named Best Director as Slumdog — starring DEV PATEL and FREIDA PINTO — picked up eight Oscars.

It also won four Golden Globes and seven Baftas.

His previous films include Shallow Grave, Trainspotting and 28 Days Later.



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QUOTE(sinoffire @ Dec 9 2008, 02:16 AM)
just managed to *ahem* the whole series of Bond movies from the very 1st one, Dr No[1962] til the latest Casino Royale. Gonna do a marathon on this alrdy. brows.gif QoS? not clear yet... tongue.gif:
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lol is it in HD? if yes please pm me the link lolz i hope to watch from the first as well
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Update: Danny Boyle will not be directing the next James Bond movie: http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/955443
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wah what the meaning behind 23, 24, 25??!?!?!
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http://hollywoodinsider.ew.com/2009/03/no-bond-for-slu.html

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'Slumdog Millionaire' director Danny Boyle is not set to direct the next James Bond movie

Perhaps it was wishful thinking from some die-hard James Bond fans, or maybe Danny Boyle looks really good in a tux. Whatever the reasoning, the rumor that the British Slumdog Millionaire Oscar winner is in line to direct the next Bond movie is not true, EW has learned. "I enjoy the Bond movies, always have and always will, but I have no plans to direct one," Boyle says via e-mail. "I don't know who came up with the story, but please tell them I'm very flattered to be thought of!"

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http://www.darkhorizons.com/news/15964/mor...23-is-shocking-

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While he couldn’t discuss a great deal about the film, scribe Peter Morgan said we can expect ‘a shocking story’ for the next James Bond feature reports MI6.

Currently in Vienna, Morgan was at work on the first draft of the "Bond 23" script from July to October of this year. He's known for his scripts for "The Queen," "The Last King of Scotland," "Frost/Nixon" and "The Damned United",

Pre-production work on the film however has now been put on hold until February as the heavily in debt MGM, through which EON Productions release the 007 pictures, is up for sale.

Despite the issues it's expected that filming will commence at the end of 2010 for a release November 2011.

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yesterday's news - James Bond 23 Put On Hold: http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/01/04/james-...23-put-on-hold/
today's news - Sam Mendes to direct next James Bond movie: http://www.heatvisionblog.com/2010/01/sam-...-007-movie.html

Discuss: What do you think of Mendes as the next Bond director? Do you think he’ll try to bring misplaced indie sensibilities to the franchise like Forster, or could he elevate it to something we’ve never seen before?


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Interesting to say the least. I think Mendes is a great director, and his movies always look beautiful, but he has never done an action movie. Let's just hope it turns out better than Marc Forster's effort.
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Source:- http://www.beyondhollywood.com/its-officia...bond-franchise/

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It’s Official: MGM Scraps the Next Installment in the James Bond Franchise

It’s sad, dear readers, but apparently very true: Ain’t It Cool News is reporting today that MGM has officially canceled the next installment of the James Bond series while it continues to figure out how to deal with its currentl financial woes. Although I’m not surprised by the news, it’s still a very tough pill to swallow. In this wonky writer’s extremely humble opinion, Daniel Craig helped reinvigorate a franchise that had grown impossibly stale, and the fact that he won’t be able to continue redefining this iconic character is grossly disappointing. Way to go, MGM. First you complicate “The Hobbit”, now you’re screwing with Bond. Insert angry fist shaking and colorful expletives here.

In the meantime, I suppose I’ll have to fill this particularly devastating vacancy with extremely low-quality bootleg episodes of the ill-fated cartoon series “James Bond, Jr.” That’s how truly and unapologetically pathetic I am.

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why not MGM sell off the Bond Franchise to other film company??? Paramount, Warner Bros, makes alots great movies this days....only New Line Cinema.....no great movies after LOTR
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I personally think LOTR is overrated.....its not such a Great movie after all.
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Sad.
I was anticipating more Bond movie.
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read the news just now. would love to see christopher nolan direct bond nod.gif
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Source:- http://www.beyondhollywood.com/its-official-bond-23-is-a-go/

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It’s Official: Bond 23 is a Go

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Well, after a lot of fits and starts and money troubles, it looks like a Sam Mendes-directed Bond movie (that’ll be #23, in case you’re keeping track at home) is finally, officially a go for production. MGM made the announcement themselves in a short but sweet press release:

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Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON Productions, together with Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum, Co-Chairmen and Chief Executive Officers of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., today announced that the 23rd James Bond film will commence production in late 2011 for a worldwide release on November 9, 2012. Daniel Craig will be returning as the legendary British secret agent, with Sam Mendes directing a screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and John Logan.


So there you have it, Bond fans. The still untitled Bond 23 will commence production late 2011 for a November 9, 2012 release.




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FECK YEAH...

Been way too long! Don't dissapoint me like quantum of solace!
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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Jan 12 2011, 03:59 PM)
FECK YEAH...

Been way too long! Don't dissapoint me like quantum of solace!
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i never understood what was so disappointing about that movie.

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QUOTE(Mgsrulz @ Jan 12 2011, 04:19 PM)
i never understood what was so disappointing about that movie.
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Actly for me, the identity of Bond was not really displayed in QoS. His charm, his dashingness, his suave, his way of handling situation, not up to par.
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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Jan 12 2011, 04:44 PM)
Actly for me, the identity of Bond was not really displayed in QoS. His charm, his dashingness, his suave, his way of handling situation, not up to par.
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I thought they scrap the charm and dashingness when Daniel Craig fill-in the shoes of Bond? hmm.gif

Weren't there what they call it the most rugged Bond ever? laugh.gif
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QUOTE(hairyLGS @ Jan 12 2011, 04:58 PM)
I thought they scrap the charm and dashingness when Daniel Craig fill-in the shoes of Bond?  hmm.gif

Weren't there what they call it the most rugged Bond ever?  laugh.gif
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Rugged is correct. But if you look back at CR, remember how he was reading Eva Green and the two were constantly flirting with each other? Or even the shower scene? That's Bond right there.

Doing with Olga failed miserably.
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Great news!
Can't wait for it.
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Yay! "Casino Royale" was great, "Quantum of Solace" was equally fantastic... and now they're making the third. Bring it on!

Just don't hurt any stunt drivers...

So who is the bond girl?
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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ Jan 13 2011, 10:07 AM)
Yay! "Casino Royale" was great, "Quantum of Solace" was equally fantastic... and now they're making the third. Bring it on!

Just don't hurt any stunt drivers...

So who is the bond girl?
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Wait till next update... icon_rolleyes.gif
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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Jan 12 2011, 04:44 PM)
Actly for me, the identity of Bond was not really displayed in QoS. His charm, his dashingness, his suave, his way of handling situation, not up to par.
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it was a revenge tale,what were you expecting? tongue.gif
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It’s Official: MGM Scraps the Next Installment in the James Bond Franchise
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It’s Official: Bond 23 is a Go
I dunno why, but seeing your posts back to back kinda funny. biggrin.gif

Anyways, it'll be interesting to see where they take this rebooted franchise, now that the origin story + Eva Green story arc has ended. Will this Bond be the suave Bond or is he still finding his footing in the world of espionage, etc, etc.

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QUOTE(+Newbie+ @ Jan 13 2011, 04:36 PM)
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It’s Official: MGM Scraps the Next Installment in the James Bond Franchise
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It’s Official: Bond 23 is a Go
I dunno why, but seeing your posts back to back kinda funny. biggrin.gif

Anyways, it'll be interesting to see where they take this rebooted franchise, now that the origin story + Eva Green story arc has ended. Will this Bond be the suave Bond or is he still finding his footing in the world of espionage, etc, etc.
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Did it really end? I still remember Bond driving the Ford jeep (i think) and getting new info on his next target.
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QUOTE(+Newbie+ @ Jan 13 2011, 04:36 PM)
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It’s Official: MGM Scraps the Next Installment in the James Bond Franchise
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It’s Official: Bond 23 is a Go
I dunno why, but seeing your posts back to back kinda funny. biggrin.gif

Anyways, it'll be interesting to see where they take this rebooted franchise, now that the origin story + Eva Green story arc has ended. Will this Bond be the suave Bond or is he still finding his footing in the world of espionage, etc, etc.
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laugh.gif

I also look back and laugh.gif at this.

I mean, they report was like this and then now they report is like that. MGM sure have a funny way of doing business...

And weren't they said declare bankrupt and then now like as if its okay? rclxub.gif
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QUOTE(hairyLGS @ Jan 13 2011, 04:42 PM)
laugh.gif

I also look back and  laugh.gif at this.

I mean, they report was like this and then now they report is like that. MGM sure have a funny way of doing business...

And weren't they said declare bankrupt and then now like as if its okay?  rclxub.gif
Not MGM's fault. I have other sources of Hollywood news, and I never heard anything about "officially" scrapping the next Bond movie. On the other hand, I have heard the latest news that the movie is finally on.

Conclusion? Beyondhollywood.com sucks. I dunno why people here always quote them.


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lol .. i dunno about the news sources lar ...

about the ending ... didn't Bond like ... get the bad guy who killed Eva Green's character in the end of QoS? And also captured the fake boyfriend?
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QUOTE(n00b13 @ Jan 13 2011, 05:06 PM)
Not MGM's fault. I have other sources of Hollywood news, and I never heard anything about "officially" scrapping the next Bond movie. On the other hand, I have heard the latest news that the movie is finally on.

Conclusion? Beyondhollywood.com sucks. I dunno why people here always quote them.
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Probably because they get their sources from other sources laugh.gif

And most of the time is rather true...
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QUOTE(hairyLGS @ Jan 13 2011, 05:36 PM)
Probably because they get their sources from other sources  laugh.gif

And most of the time is rather true...
A good news source will check their sources. They will make sure it's 100% true before they publish a headline that goes "It's Confirmed".

Looks like they got it from Aintitcoolnews.com. Which is known for not being very credible.

Dark Horizons is much more reliable, guys.


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QUOTE(n00b13 @ Jan 13 2011, 05:50 PM)
A good news source will check their sources. They will make sure it's 100% true before they publish a headline that goes "It's Confirmed".

Looks like they got it from Aintitcoolnews.com. Which is known for not being very credible.

Dark Horizons is much more reliable, guys.
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Not just aintitcoolnews alone but other sites as well, depending on where they got it from.

There was a time they try to get as much news as they can to be credible but then, it is also the studio's fault to give them the run-about.

Nothing is always confirm > just like there was a time Stephen Chow did sign up for The Green Hornet to play as Kato and it was reported "confirmed" but then soon later reported "creative differences" and he was out and gave it to Jay Chou.

News are always in and always out - it all comes down to when its done.

Good example is Dominion - A Prequel to Exorcist. It was confirm... then scraped. And then make another one that is called Exorcist: The Beginning with new director Renny Harlin.

So in any case, news are reported... just that you can never get it "confirm" until its "confirmed" with images and trailers and all that...
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QUOTE(+Newbie+ @ Jan 13 2011, 05:26 PM)
about the ending ... didn't Bond like ... get the bad guy who killed Eva Green's character in the end of QoS? And also captured the fake boyfriend?
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it's still not over,AFAIK.
the character he captured at the end of CR and interrogated in the beginning of QoS(Mr White?) did say they had men "everywhere".....that, and judging by M's personal assistant(Mitchell?) betraying them,it suggests that there's still alot of them...or atleast the organisation isnt completely gone..
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For me Daniel is a fail for bond character. So what if he has chiseled body? He looks too old. And there is no air of charm in him at all!!! He looks like a blardy russian or nazi german. So what if he has acting credentials? Most of my buddies who likes bond movies since Roger Moore days says he is not good replacement since Pierce. We people want to see people. Not some story that is suppoed to romanticised the politically correct "Bond" stories. All of them were corny and it works. It sells. Money to be made.

These last 2 seems to be milked by Sony for their hardware sales rather than us u are paying for tickets. Get real!! Daniel no good for Bond!!!
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For me Daniel is a fail for bond character. So what if he has chiseled body? He looks too old. And there is no air of charm in him at all!!! He looks like a blardy russian or nazi german. So what if he has acting credentials? Most of my buddies who likes bond movies since Roger Moore days says he is not good replacement since Pierce. We people want to see people. Not some story that is suppoed to romanticised the politically correct "Bond" stories. All of them were corny and it works. It sells. Money to be made.

These last 2 seems to be milked by Sony for their hardware sales rather than us u are paying for tickets. Get real!! Daniel no good for Bond!!!
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Yeah, after Pierce, Bond is getting downhill....he is not like an usual Bond "feeling"....a bit kickass yes, but certainly not the old school Bond that we like

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i much prefer DC's Bond.
more manlier than the previous sissy Bonds.
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I like Daniel Craig as Bond, and as good as Brosnan was you can't deny he was a sissy compared to Craig's Bond. He was a bit charmless in QoS, yes, but seeing as how they have wrapped up the angry loose cannon by the end of that movie, I'm very much looking forward to seeing his next outing... with Sam Mendes no less. Going by his choice of DP one thing is certain - it's going to be one of the bets looking Bond movies ever.

And I want John Powell for the score, but I think they are sticking with David Arnold.

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Frankly, who's the best Bond of them all? I have a hard time to choose either Roger Moore or Sean Connery. tongue.gif
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sorta sound like a bond theme to me tongue.gif

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"Bond 23" Release November 9, 2012, Daniel Craig & Sam Mendes Confirmed

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MGM had stated this fall that audiences could expect the next Bond adventure in November 2012, but this is the first time the company has given a firm date for the film. Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli of EON

Productions, together with Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum, the co-chairmen and chief executive officers of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, announced the film's release date, also confirming what has long been suspected: James Bond

23" film will unite Daniel Craig -- playing Bond for the third time following stints in 2006's "Casino Royale" and 2008's "Quantum of Solace" -- with director Sam Mendes ("American Beauty," "Road to Perdition").

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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Jan 14 2011, 11:54 PM)
Frankly, who's the best Bond of them all? I have a hard time to choose either Roger Moore or Sean Connery. tongue.gif
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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Jan 14 2011, 11:54 PM)
Frankly, who's the best Bond of them all? I have a hard time to choose either Roger Moore or Sean Connery. tongue.gif
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QUOTE(netmatrix @ Jan 14 2011, 01:22 PM)
For me Daniel is a fail for bond character. So what if he has chiseled body? He looks too old. And there is no air of charm in him at all!!! He looks like a blardy russian or nazi german. So what if he has acting credentials? Most of my buddies who likes bond movies since Roger Moore days says he is not good replacement since Pierce. We people want to see people. Not some story that is suppoed to romanticised the politically correct "Bond" stories. All of them were corny and it works. It sells. Money to be made.

These last 2 seems to be milked by Sony for their hardware sales rather than us u are paying for tickets. Get real!! Daniel no good for Bond!!!
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I beg to differ.
D.Craig do bring changes in Bond franchise.He's bada$$ version of Bond who care not but himself and would stop/kill anyone on his way.
After his lover's death,we can see the way he change.Ruthless,uncontrollable,but efficient in doing his job.
Instead of relying on his luxurious cars,gadgets,he do get the jobs done by being precise,calm and smooth in every action.
This new Bond shows that he too is human, a vulnerable and emotional person at a time,but a strong man too.
In QOS,we can see there's not much of charm surrounding him(probably due to the ending in Casino Royale) which could be a letdown to fans..
Maybe in the third installment,they could work on something for this particular characteristics.
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It's all part of the story flow.

This new Bond takes him back to the beginning.
In Casino Royale, he had just started and just only earned his License to Kill. Therefore, he was a bit rough around the edges.
In Quantum of Solace, he was angry and spent the whole movie in revenge mode.
In the next movie, expect him to start looking more like the Bonds of yore.

Honestly, the current series feels more like a Jason Bourne movie than a Bond movie, but I guess that's the trend these days and the storyline was tailored to suit. Not that it's that much of a bad thing. I loved the Bourne series and I loved CR, but not as much with QoS. As I said before, it'll be interesting to see where they take the franchise next.
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QOS suck, i dont like it,
i kinda have high expectations for QOS since Casino Royale was one of the best Bond movies imo (haters gonna hate) tongue.gif

i hope bond 23 gonna go back to basics like old bond movies with Q,the gadgets, moneypenny, n over the top action sequence
but not too cartoony like Die another day(which i doubt they ever gonna do in Craig's era)
i want something like Goldeneye
n i hope the use less cgi too, the free falling scene in QOS should have been more awesome if it was not done with green screen

n i want to hear the bond theme more often during the film nod.gif
but dont spam the theme to often like in tomorrow never dies doh.gif

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QUOTE(Razaelx @ Apr 15 2011, 01:26 PM)
QOS suck, i dont like it,
i kinda have high expectations for QOS since Casino Royale was one of the best Bond movies imo (haters gonna hate) tongue.gif

i hope bond 23 gonna go back to basics like old bond movies with Q,the gadgets, moneypenny, n over the top action sequence
but not too cartoony like Die another day(which i doubt they ever gonna do in Craig's era)
i want something like Goldeneye
n i hope the use less cgi too, the free falling scene in QOS should have been more awesome if it was not done with green screen

n i want to hear the bond theme more often during the film nod.gif
but dont spam the theme to often like in tomorrow never dies doh.gif
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You are horribly picky with ur Bond films.

Its good. tongue.gif
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QUOTE(Kyoyagami @ Apr 15 2011, 05:53 PM)
You are horribly picky with ur Bond films.

Its good. tongue.gif
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James Bond could well be returning to India for a second time (after 1983's Octopussy) to shoot sequences for the 23rd installment of the franchise, according to local media reports Tuesday.

The Mid-Day newspaper quoted an unnamed source stating, “(Bond 23) Director Sam Mendes recently made a hush-hush visit to Mumbai along with production designer Terry Bamber in mid-April for the film's recce. The movie will be shot in Mumbai and Goa during the monsoon season on a month-long schedule.”

The monsoon season begins in late June for about two months. The western resort town of Goa was also featured in a car chase sequence in 2004's The Bourne Supremacy.

The report also indicated that line production for Bond 23 will be handled by Mumbai-based India Take One Productions which worked on Slumdog Millionaire; the outfit also handled line production for director Ang Lee's Life Of Pi starring Tobey Maguire that recently filmed in southern India.

The last time the James Bond franchise visited India was with the Roger Moore-starrer Octopussy that was shot in Agra and Udaipur with the film featuring Indian actor Kabir Bedi and a guest appearance by well-known tennis star Vijay Amritraj.

Meanwhile, Mumbai has also seen a recent shoot for the upcoming Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol that filmed some second unit shots in the city. Online portal Rediff.com recently posted some pictures of the shoot featuring a body double for Tom Cruise seen with a BMW sports car.

Directed by Brad Bird, MI:4 will also feature popular Bollywood actor Anil Kapoor (Slumdog Millionaire) in his first mainstream Hollywood outing after the actor last year featured in the final season of Fox TV's 24 show.

India has also served as a location for another recent international production, director Roland Joffe's Singularity starring Josh Hartnett, Neve Campbell and Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu.

http://movies.yahoo.com/news/usmovies.theh...t-india-reports

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I’ve never been much of a James Bond fan. He was always a bit too dapper and sophisticated for me, almost unbearably so once Roger Moore came aboard. All of that changed when Daniel Craig took the reigns, transforming the on-screen version of Bond from a well-mannered British snot into a rough-and-tumble badass who isn’t afraid to take a few whacks to his genitals. The batch of images from the set of “Skyfall” aren’t that impressive, mind you, but at least we know for certain that Craig is finally heading back to the franchise. That, of course, is all sorts of awesome.

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Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.


Sam Mendes’ “Skyfall” stars, Dame Judi Dench, Naomie Harris, Berenice Marlohe, Ralph Fiennes, Albert Finney, and Ben Whishaw. Javier Bardem will play the villain. Awesome? Awesome.


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Javier Bardem.


Every part of that is pure win.
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The casting Ralph n Javier n director S.Mandes are awesome choice!!! Hope they won't screw up like solace. Casino Royale is one
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Ben Whishaw is playing 'Q' in Skyfall. I guess Bond is going to get some interesting gadgets in this movie.

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FINALLY! Q!!!!!!!!
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If give you an opinion, who cud be suitable person to be Mr Bond beside Craig?
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QUOTE(bull eye @ Dec 24 2011, 12:54 PM)
If give you an opinion, who cud be suitable person to be Mr Bond beside Craig?
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After watching Jeremy Renner in suit on MI:4 he actually reminds me of Daniel Craig. Too bad he's not English man
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After watching Jeremy Renner in suit on MI:4 he actually reminds me of Daniel Craig. Too bad he's not English man
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from my opinion i wud choose Jason Statham or Gerard Butler..they both good in action, have that romantic sense and firstly they both are English man.
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But they both can't act, can't pull off a James Bond. I think Michael Fassbender would be a good choice. And if you want to go black, Chiwetel Ejiofor could be one, although I haven't seen in in anything recently.
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QUOTE(bull eye @ Dec 24 2011, 01:10 PM)
from my opinion i wud choose Jason Statham or Gerard Butler..they both good in action, have that romantic sense and firstly they both are English man.
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Jason Statham and Gerard Butler ? Not a chance, they lack the persona of James Bond character. Michael Fassbender yes. Dude got style.

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Jason Statham and Gerard Butler ? Not a chance, they lack the persona of James Bond character. Michael Fassbender yes. Dude got style.
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Michael Fassbender, i only watched his movie once. no doubt he has tht character. nvm, will see and wait who will be a next bond.
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QUOTE(torreto @ Dec 24 2011, 06:14 PM)
Jason Statham and Gerard Butler ? Not a chance, they lack the persona of James Bond character. Michael Fassbender yes. Dude got style.
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Will take a while to see if Daniel Craig step down (or force to)and whether Michael Fassbender able to fill in those shoes. He has the charm and the look... but the direction of James Bond is different at the moment with Daniel Craig as the current bond.

Let's see how the next bond movie (entitled Skyfall) will either make or break. I had watched all 20 films (I did not watch Daniel Craig take as Bond and hopefully I will; really and seriously depends on my mood) of it all (I did a 5 day marathon then) and I feel Sean Connery still able to hold himself very well as Bond.

As time goes by, so does the taste of movie-goers and audience all alike. Let's wait till Skyfally release in the cinemas (and I will try to watch Casino Royale & Quantum of Solace) will make or break Craig.
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For me Gerard Butler is bland. Stathom has a very cool aura around him but he isn't Bond. How about Tom Hardy? He probably looks a bit too young now but come the retirement of Craig he may just be up for it.
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I'd agree with Hardy actually. He has the suave, but the sarcastic side of him is a bit of an issue for me though. (Not that Bonds haven't been sarcastic in all his movies)
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QUOTE(QuickFire @ Dec 25 2011, 01:24 PM)
For me Gerard Butler is bland. Stathom has a very cool aura around him but he isn't Bond. How about Tom Hardy? He probably looks a bit too young now but come the retirement of Craig he may just be up for it.
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Tom Hardy look too young..i remember a few years back in media said Orlando bloom cud be the one who will be a next bond. its really make me laugh. laugh.gif they shud find the real matured one.
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to be 007...the guys needs to be handsome and charismatic
Jason Statham and Gerard Butler is good but they have some beard
true james bond dn't have beard and still very man, very charismatic
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Joseph-Gordon Levitt as Bond...James Bond Jr.

If a reboot is imminent, why not change it all up. But Craig is set for a few more Bond films after Skyfall.






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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ Dec 26 2011, 12:19 AM)
Joseph-Gordon Levitt as Bond...James Bond Jr.

If a reboot is imminent, why not change it all up. But Craig is set for a few more Bond films after Skyfall.
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Remember "George Lazenby"? Now imagine Joseph-Gordon Levitt as James Bond Jr.... what would be the reaction?
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I Really like casino royale, but QOS was fail, totally blunder of confusion.

Pierce brosnon was a real bond to me, cause im a 90's kid
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JGL doesn't have that Bond look, so he'll never cut it. Plus he's American isn't he?

Brosnan was a good Bond, but his type will never make it in today's cinema. Now people want a charismatic actor with a more brute edge as well. You can thank Jason Bourne for that. Next to Craig, Brosnan is a sissy.
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There's a season for everything including actors who play the role of the famous spy (irony)... Brosnan is, in my opinion, the best bond ever but as mentioned before, he will never suit the current season of how action movies are being filmed, shaky camera, gritty and serious injuries, etc. Craig is the best, for this season, but his time will come to an end when a new type of action movies are filmed.

Statham, Butler, Levitt doesn't fit the bill, once again, in my opinion and who in the world actually think that Bloom fits the part?

Fassbender, at this point, seem favourable, only because of the Magneto character he played and how he (Fassbender) was protrayed in the recent x-men movie. Seriously, anyone here knew that he was also in 300? Not until he played Magneto, I assume. If you had only watch him in 300, you might have a second thought of him in the shoes of the spy who likes his martini to be shaken, not stirred.

Oh well, I'm more interested to see Ben Whishaw as Q in Skyfall than Craig in it. Haha.

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QUOTE(QuickFire @ Dec 26 2011, 04:00 PM)
JGL doesn't have that Bond look, so he'll never cut it. Plus he's American isn't he?

Brosnan was a good Bond, but his type will never make it in today's cinema. Now people want a charismatic actor with a more brute edge as well. You can thank Jason Bourne for that. Next to Craig, Brosnan is a sissy.
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but when I think 007, i think of brosnan more. He is always cool, he flirts, and he gets the job done, and he always stay neat and tidy biggrin.gif
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i prefer the latest bond where we can see he got license to kill for something,because he aint perfect 1 shot killed lame a$$ hero now but tougher than any other 007 agent.
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agree that there have been different interpretations of bond by different actors.
while it can be said that the current actor and his portrayal fits with what sells these days (a'la bourne), then it can be said that bond has fallen victim to mass appeal (changing characters to appease fans of genre). the excuse which is perfectly fine is he is just starting to become the bond we all know.

and to compare above, sean connery really did define bond. his portrayal was the best bond to the majority. he defined bond and made him cool when there were no other characters like him at that time. so it can be said his take is original, a classic and is legendary.
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I agree with the statement above, to me the best Bond of all time is the one portrayed by Sean Connery with Daniel Craig come close at second as he's the totally different kind of Bond.

Sean Connery
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how come people easily dismiss roger moore

he and connery are both the most iconic bond actors

daniel craig or brosnan doesn't even come close
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QUOTE(hirari @ Dec 27 2011, 11:57 PM)
how come people easily dismiss roger moore

he and connery are both the most iconic bond actors

daniel craig or brosnan doesn't even come close
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because despite playing James Bond in seven Bond films, he never ordered a vodka martini shaken not stirred and He never drove the most famous of all James Bond cars in a Bond film i.e. a 1964 silver birch Aston Martin DB5 or any other Aston Martin model. The DB5 was made famous by the Sean Connery. #truestory

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granted sean connery was the first to popularize bond to what it is today. but the franchise longevity and ability to survive until now is because of roger moore

when he took on the role, bond franchise had lost some of its original charm and debonair. and had to compete with other action films at the time with stars like clint eastwood and steve mcqueen

moore's approach to the character may have been too light-hearted or comical compared to connery. but i say that is part of the charm and the appealing thing about moore's bond. and at that, he played it superbly and far better than connery

yes, connery did make classic flawless bond films, but then so did roger moore. the series owes him a lot and yet he is underrated by today's audience

i guess it's trendy to dismiss roger moore's bond on trivial matters. aston martins and martinis? give me a break
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QUOTE(hirari @ Dec 28 2011, 12:01 PM)
granted sean connery was the first to popularize bond to what it is today. but the franchise longevity and ability to survive until now is because of roger moore

when he took on the role, bond franchise had lost some of its original charm and debonair. and had to compete with other action films at the time with stars like clint eastwood and steve mcqueen

moore's approach to the character may have been too light-hearted or comical compared to connery. but i say that is part of the charm and the appealing thing about moore's bond. and at that, he played it superbly and far better than connery

yes, connery did make classic flawless bond films, but then so did roger moore. the series owes him a lot and yet he is underrated by today's audience

i guess it's trendy to dismiss roger moore's bond on trivial matters. aston martins and martinis? give me a break
Have you watched a Moore Bond movie lately?

Reasons why Moore is dismissed:
1) He cannot fight. He is not badass. He is nowhere near believable as a man of action. In For Your Eyes Only, he had this big fight scene at the end and he looks scared. And in most of the car/boat/ski/whatever chase scenes, they use so much green-screen that you simply cannot believe it's him in that scene.

2) He got old. He's the same age as Connery. It's probably the same reason why he can't do action scenes. Again, in FYEO, there was one part where he's running up a flight of stairs, and he's running so slowly. And in A View to a Kill, he had a love scene with Tanya Roberts which looked like old uncle having sex with young chiku.

3) He got fed up. You can tell from his performances that he doesn't like playing Bond. There's no enjoyment in his performance, not in the action scenes or even the love scenes. Even when he's seducing some hot chick (or more likely, some hot chick saja offering to sleep with him), he can barely muster up any enthusiasm.

4) His movies suck the most. Not his fault in this case, but this was the era in which Bond became a cartoon, and the movies became really really dumb.

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I agree. But to me, it's not his fault. It's the fact that it was the 80's. Everything from that era was queer. Some in a good way, others, like his Bond movies, were the opposite.
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yep again, dismissing moore on trivial matters

if moore had failed, then dalton, brosnan or craig wouldn't have came into the picture afterwards

the moment bond hits the big screen, the character has become more of a wonderfully extravagant charade rather than the complex individual fleming depicted in the books

eventho fleming's bond was a professional killer, he killed out of choice. it was his profession and he was never the cold blooded thug presented by the latest films

bond also have snobbish and misogynist characteristics that were brought out so well by moore in the films with minimal effort

moore's films are fun, perhaps not as amiable now as it were during its era, but at the very least good natured. whether they are the worst bond films is arguable at best
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Have you watched a Moore Bond movie lately?

Reasons why Moore is dismissed:
1) He cannot fight. He is not badass. He is nowhere near believable as a man of action. In For Your Eyes Only, he had this big fight scene at the end and he looks scared. And in most of the car/boat/ski/whatever chase scenes, they use so much green-screen that you simply cannot believe it's him in that scene.

2) He got old. He's the same age as Connery. It's probably the same reason why he can't do action scenes. Again, in FYEO, there was one part where he's running up a flight of stairs, and he's running so slowly. And in A View to a Kill, he had a love scene with Tanya Roberts which looked like old uncle having sex with young chiku.

3) He got fed up. You can tell from his performances that he doesn't like playing Bond. There's no enjoyment in his performance, not in the action scenes or even the love scenes. Even when he's seducing some hot chick (or more likely, some hot chick saja offering to sleep with him), he can barely muster up any enthusiasm.

4) His movies suck the most. Not his fault in this case, but this was the era in which Bond became a cartoon, and the movies became really really dumb.
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sigh what happened to this world

timothy dalton is probably the only actor that gave the closest (or even the most real) interpretation of ian fleming's bond when he stepped into the role

if anything, it should've been him in goldeneye. heck, it was supposed to be him. it's a shame he turned it down
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A good actor is when the also have good roles/carry a movie before, during & after Bond.


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Skyfall (aka Bond 23) MAJOR SPOILER (If True)

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Daniel Craig is back as Bond, and so is Judi Dench as M. According to the film’s official synopsis, M will be having her biggest impact on the franchise yet.

    Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

Now rumors are popping up all over the Interwebs that M’s “troubles” may lead to something drastic in the Bond universe.

POTENTIAL SPOILERS BELOW

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“Skyfall”, the 23rd Bond movie, also stars Javier Bardem as the baddie, with Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe providing the Bond eye candy. Sam Mendes of “American Beauty” fame is directing.

Look for it in November of 2012.

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QUOTE(hirari @ Dec 29 2011, 07:27 AM)
sigh what happened to this world

timothy dalton is probably the only actor that gave the closest (or even the most real) interpretation of ian fleming's bond when he stepped into the role

if anything, it should've been him in goldeneye. heck, it was supposed to be him. it's a shame he turned it down
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i agreed dalton was ok as a bond during that era and but he was portrayed as too serious and lack of humor.
i tot this was the reason that he was criticised and left.
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true. timothy dalton did get criticized. but he wasn't supposed to leave the franchise after a third bond film. i believe the reason he left is because he got fed up with the long legal disputes that took place during that time and delayed the production of goldeneye for years

probably the critics that slammed dalton at the time were already comfortable and accustomed to the humoristic bond moore portrayed. it's pretty understandable considering moore played bond in 7 films in a row from 1973 to 1985. that's quite a long time

then again, it is simply ironic bcoz the bond portrayal dalton got critized is pretty much the same that the producers now are praising daniel craig for. if dalton took bond to the edge, then craig only just a tad beyond that
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Sean Connery = cool, humorous, suave, playboy

George Lazenby = trying to imitate Sean Connery (personally I felt he smiled too much in that movie)

Roger Moore = cool, corny and humorous, relaxed, playboy

Timothy Dalton = dark, vengeful, too serious

Pierce Brosnan = cool, humorous, suave, playboy

Daniel Craig = cool, serious, suave

Sean Connery will always deemed to be the best as he is the first James Bond.

George Lazenby just imitated Sean Connery. Nothing special about him.

Roger Moore made James Bond movie as something more entertaining and appealing to all ages. Well, I have to admit he made James Bond looks very corny and playboyish.

Timothy Dalton's James Bond is just too serious and dark. Licence To Kill is just very similar to Quantum of Solace - revenge, revenge and revenege.

Pierce Brosnan brought back the humour in James Bond after Timothy Dalton portrayed James Bond as someone too serious.

Daniel Craig instead brought back the Timothy's character of a serious James Bond, who lacks humour.

I hope the next movie will see more humour.

My favourite James Bond would be either Roger Moore or Pierce Brosnan.
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QUOTE(Blofeld @ Apr 15 2012, 02:47 PM)
Sean Connery = cool, humorous, suave, playboy

George Lazenby = trying to imitate Sean Connery (personally I felt he smiled too much in that movie)

Roger Moore = cool, corny and humorous, relaxed, playboy

Timothy Dalton = dark, vengeful, too serious

Pierce Brosnan = cool, humorous, suave, playboy

Daniel Craig = cool, serious, suave

Sean Connery will always deemed to be the best as he is the first James Bond.

George Lazenby just imitated Sean Connery. Nothing special about him.

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My favourite James Bond would be either Roger Moore or Pierce Brosnan.
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What do you think of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (OHMSS) ?

IMO OHMSS was such a wasted potential, if Connery was in it it would probably be the best Bond movie ever.
It has great plot, great soundtrack and great action sequence, the only thing bad about the film was the Bond actor himself, but I don't blame Lazenby since he wasn't an actor in the first place, iinm he was a model..I blame Connery for refusing to be in it laugh.gif

Nevertheless, OHMSS is still one my top favourite Bond film..
if Connery was in it, I think it would be my favourite Bond film ever
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QUOTE(Claire Farron @ Apr 15 2012, 09:52 PM)
What do you think of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (OHMSS) ?

IMO OHMSS was such a wasted potential, if Connery was in it it would probably be the best Bond movie ever.
It has great plot, great soundtrack and great action sequence, the only thing bad about the film was the Bond actor himself, but I don't blame Lazenby since he wasn't an actor in the first place, iinm he was a model..I blame Connery for refusing to be in it  laugh.gif

Nevertheless, OHMSS is still one my top favourite Bond film..
if Connery was in it, I think it would be my favourite Bond film ever
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Hmmm...I did not watch OHMSS fully. It was recently shown on Astro and I only watched a few minutes of it. Also, I only watched a few clips of OHMSS from youtube. So, I can't really comment much on the movie but I did observe the acting skills of George from that few clips.

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Added on May 19, 2012, 8:45 pmFirst look at the official 'Skyfall' movie poster

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James Bond kills for Queen and Country in the first stylish teaser trailer for “Skyfall”, the latest outing by the British superspy as played by Daniel Craig (his third go-round in the suit) and directed by Sam Mendes. It looks slick, terrific, and simply Bond-irific. You’ve been waiting forever for it, so without further delay, check it out below, check it outers.

   
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In SKYFALL, Bond’s loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.


Starring Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Dame Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Albert Finney, Naomie Harris, Bérénice Marlohe, and Ben Whishaw.

The sky falls November 9, 2012.



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Absolutely stunning! The scenes shot in Shanghai bathed in neon blue is G-G-Gorgeous! drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif
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The last bit:

IMAX.

Please say that it's shot and LOTS OF IT in IMAX. PLEASSEEEEE.


Added on May 22, 2012, 10:46 am"The IMAX release of SKYFALL will be digitally re-mastered into the image and sound quality of The IMAX Experience® with proprietary IMAX DMR® (Digital Re-mastering) technology. The crystal-clear images coupled with IMAX's customized theatre geometry and powerful digital audio create a unique environment that will make audiences feel as if they are in the movie."

Ah crap....

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On 1st impression, I can't say that I'm attracted to the movie yet, though I'm interested to know how will Ben Shaw be in the shoes of young Q, bond's cutting-edge tech. advisor, except when it comes to his lunch (GoldenEye). It's unfair to judge based on this 2nd trailer, so well see how it goes. smile.gif

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First look at the new and much younger Q

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Daniel Craig look like a Ah Pek.

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First look at the new and much younger Q

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Instead of 13 bottles, Ben Shaw looks like he (Grenouille) had collected a briefcase of perfumes and is about to demonstrate its power to Bond. Haha. Jokes aside, he looks alright in this image.
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Looks like a nerdy Cillian Murphy.
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Feeling the same way, but seems to be just the right look.
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QUOTE(domcobb @ Jul 15 2012, 09:41 PM)
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Instead of 13 bottles, Ben Shaw looks like he (Grenouille) had collected a briefcase of perfumes and is about to demonstrate its power to Bond. Haha. Jokes aside, he looks alright in this image.
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it's Ben Whishaw, btw
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hope he can shines n bcum the next successor 4 desmond llewynn of the previous MR Q laugh.gif rclxms.gif
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The new Q needs to be witty and snappy too. whatever Bond he's, got it 10 steps ahead.

No fumble, no mumble. Direct straight to the point and crucial.

Man I can't wait for Skyfall. biggrin.gif
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Skyfall's Latest Trailer:



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Javier Bardem looks so freakish with blond hair... shocking.gif Looking forward to this. It's been quite awhile since we had a new 007 flick.
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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ Aug 2 2012, 09:43 PM)
Javier Bardem looks so freakish with blond hair...  shocking.gif  Looking forward to this. It's been quite awhile since we had a new 007 flick.
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I second that comment on Javier Bardem. I also thought Q looks nerd but somewhat cool with that voice.
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I just want the haunting Javier I knew since No Country for Old Men. That one is FANTASTIC!
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Yeah I was expecting a more radical looking villain when Bardem was announced. He looks like a typical Bond villain here.

Movie's still looking good.
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I just want the haunting Javier I knew since No Country for Old Men. That one is FANTASTIC!
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Hmm… Is that movie any good? I have heard of it but have yet to watch it though.

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QUOTE(domcobb @ Aug 3 2012, 07:15 PM)
Hmm… Is that movie any good? I have heard of it but have yet to watch it though.
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That show is amazing! And deep!
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10 Things We Learned From The New Skyfall Trailer

QUOTE(swks26 @ Aug 3 2012, 08:02 PM)
That show is amazing! And deep!
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Cool. I’ll watch it then. smile.gif

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Looks like Daniel Craig will be drinking that martini shaken not stirred for a couple more films. Or, er, it’s Heineken now, I guess. (Or whatever alcoholic beverage the producers sell out Her Majesty’s top spy to by the time the next movie rolls around. Bond’s gotta have his drinks. After all, after a hard day of killing for God and Country, a nice cold one always helps to ease into the night.)

Anyhoo. With “Skyfall”, Daniel Craig’s third outing as Bond coming up this November, it appears the actor is officially signed on for two more films, making it five in all. Of course, other actors who have played Bond were signed on for multiple films, too, but not all of them ended up fulfilling their contracts. (Sean Connery and Timothy Dalton both left a film short.)

Unlike previous Bond actors, it’s taken Craig six years to make three Bond movies, starting with 2006′s “Casino Royale” and continuing on with “Quantum of Solace”. If he fulfills his entire five-movie contract and doesn’t renew for whatever reason, it would make Craig the third longest-serving Bond, behind Sean Connery (six) and Roger Moore, who holds the title with seven outings. Pierce Brosnan, the Bond before Craig, made four movies, while Timothy Dalton could only survive two. George Lazenby, of course, only managed one, 1969′s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”.

“Skyfall” opens November 9, 2012.

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QUOTE(hairyLGS @ Sep 7 2012, 04:46 PM)
Urgh 2 more films? already got bored by him la, I want a new Bond laugh.gif
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Can't freaking wait for this movie drool.gif drool.gif drool.gif
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Original Bond gotaa shocked i think when he look, he's so popular at this time in Hollywood industry. cool2.gif
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Skyfall Poster up at LDP. hehe. Nice Daniel Craig centerpiece.

Although having Berenice would be MUCH MUCH more interesting. tongue.gif
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OMG love it! wub.gif
Way way way better than the horrendous Another Way to Die.
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I hope we see a return to the traditional James Bond elements (superweapons, complicated world domination plots).

Casino Royale was about a bunch of guys gambling for an amount that most billionaires wouldn't bat an eyelid at. Quantum of Solace was about water....WATER. If we wanted to see a water monopoly film, we'd just read the news about Syabas in Selangor.

I hope they at least feature some kind of WMD in Skyfall. James Bond is cool because of the over the top storylines and plot twists, not water monopolies.


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QUOTE(Claire Farron @ Oct 3 2012, 04:12 PM)


OMG love it!  wub.gif
Way way way better than the horrendous Another Way to Die.
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oh yeah rclxm9.gif this sounds more like the old bond tracks of the 60s n 70s bond...this is exactly how bond tracks should sound like laugh.gif rclxms.gif i dont mind ADELE record more bond soundtracks in future thumbup.gif just like shirley bassey with 3 recorded bond soundtracks in 60s n 70s

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Perfect choice by using Adele... definitely that 'classic' Bond feel can be felt.

As for the movie, I think it will be 'the most personal' James Bond film to date. It will not be just about fighting the baddies, but his own demons... you know the whole third-film take - pushing the main character to its limits. Javier in white/blonde hair is downright creepy.


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she did good, but never gonna top Live and Let Die imo tongue.gif

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Train scene

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Train scene

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she did good, but never gonna top Live and Let Die imo tongue.gif
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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ Oct 3 2012, 11:41 PM)
Perfect choice by using Adele... definitely that 'classic' Bond feel can be felt.

As for the movie, I think it will be 'the most personal' James Bond film to date. It will not be just about fighting the baddies, but his own demons... you know the whole third-film take - pushing the main character to its limits. Javier in white/blonde hair is downright creepy.
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Critics - "Skyfall" The Best Bond Film In The Franchise's 50-year history.

http://movies.yahoo.com/news/james-bond-so...1--finance.html

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Newspaper critics rushed to print and celebrities took to Twitter after seeing "Skyfall," with many calling it the best Bond film in the franchise's 50-year history.

Reviewer Robbie Collin at British newspaper The Telegraph said director Sam Mendes' Bond was comparable to Christopher Nolan's darker, grittier "Batman" from the "Dark Knight" franchise.

"Mendes is unafraid to let the quieter dramatic moments breathe ... and ace cinematographer Roger Deakins makes the wildly ambitious action sequences the most beautiful in Bond's 50-year career," Collin said.

Baz Bamigboye at the Daily Mail gave "Skyfall" five stars on Friday, calling it "pure classic 007 fare, back on firm footing after the less than memorable 'Quantum of Solace.'"

Reviewers on Twitter praised the explosive action scenes, Mendes' directing, Dench's darker portrayal of "M" and Bardem's turn at playing a Bond villain.

British GQ magazine tweeted: "Just seen #skyfall. Daniel Craig is magnificent - you will not be disappointed." The Times film critic Kate Muir tweeted that she gave "Skyfall" five stars, calling it "a return to classic form and a great British bulldog of a movie."


...you go blonde Bond! Currently holds 100% on RT after 11 reviews.




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yup, pretty much hope to return to some parts of the original 'bond'

i'm sure skyfall will need to return back to the some suave swagger of "Casino Royale" after the little dull "Quantum Of Solace".

Not sure if the sexual innuendo's will be back.. or at least the beginning of the movie intro/theme. cool2.gif
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yup, pretty much hope to return to some parts of the original 'bond'

i'm sure skyfall will need to return back to the some suave swagger of "Casino Royale" after the little dull "Quantum Of Solace".

Not sure if the sexual innuendo's will be back.. or at least the beginning of the movie intro/theme.  cool2.gif
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Pretty much a excellent villain we can expect in Javier Bardem (Raoul Silva). if he is any chilling portrayal as anton chigurh (NCFOM), if not better.

looks like reviews are very good. looking fwd to watching an timeless old friend cool2.gif



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i'm not so sure of the adele's 'skyfall' track. no doubt she has excellent voice.

somehow it lacks the punch to be memorable.


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best of james bond 50th anniversary soundtrack compilation comes out already laugh.gif rclxms.gif

http://www.amazon.com/Best-James-Bond-50th...y/dp/B0091V6TF4

it should b in SPEEDY stores by now i hope nod.gif icon_idea.gif

here r my personal favorites in no particular orders

goldfinger
diamonds are forever
live and let die
the man with the golden gun
nobody does it better (the spy who loved me song)
for your eyes only
all time high (octop*ssy song)
a view to a kill
the living daylights
licence to kill
goldeneye

i must say the 70s n 80s themes r the most solid ones ever...i never the big fan of 60s n the 90s-2000s onwards r very crap
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Psychologist: I'm going to say a word, and I want you to say the first word that comes into your head. Country?
James Bond: England.

Psychologist: Gun?
James Bond: Shot.

Psychologist: Agent?
James Bond: Provocateur.

Psychologist: Murder?
James Bond: Employment.

Psychologist: Skyfall?

Psychologist: Skyfall?
Koolspyda: Done.

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Skyfall is excellent, storywise. With Sam Mendes at the helm, you'll see Bond like you never seen before. As in the movie synopsis, Bond's loyalty to M was tested.
The whole MI6 was caught flat footed when they didn't know or understand the enemy. Javier Bardem (Raoul Silva) was excellent. Though i guess to many peoples opinion maybe not equal heath ledger posthumous oscar performance, or maybe unfair to judge simply because TDK came first. Still, taking that aside, Bardem was still excellent. Notable mention too that has been her best 'M' portrayal to date is Judi Drench. Outstanding female cast, well i won't say the other female cast were just mere eye candy but little bite compared to Judi's role. Take nothing away of Berenice Marlohe (Severine), Naomie Harris (Eve) performances, 'M' is female lead!


Some traditional stuff associated with Bond movies are implied, not in your face. There were of some return of familiar Bond's props, the iconic Aston Martin DB5 (ejector button is still there. seen, not used cool2.gif), Bond's favourite walther PPK/S. Macallan 12 (or 18?) Year Single Malt Scotch Whisky, and Bond says "a waste of a fine scotch" or something like that. cool2.gif The familiar surreal sexy movie intro, little muted on the sexiness but miles better then QOS & CR's. The Aston Martin DB5, oh i did i not mention already? The DB5 gets to strut her blazing guns. thumbup.gif

The new Q (Ben Whishaw), gets more airtime then any previous Q. We'll also see some familiar old faces will pass on, probably new ones will continue their mettle in the next Bond instalments, so a few surprises to be revealed.




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Happy 50th anniversary, Bond!

Long live bond, James Bond cool2.gif

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ps. Only the very best Bonds (actor) got to drive the DB5 in Bond movies. Can you name them all? cool2.gif

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QUOTE(koolspyda @ Oct 26 2012, 11:22 AM)
ps. Only the very best Bonds (actor) got to drive the DB5 in Bond movies. Can you name them all?  cool2.gif
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connery (goldfinger / thunderball) brosnan (goldeneye / tomorrow never dies) craig (casino royale n lastly skyfall) laugh.gif rclxms.gif

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post Oct 27 2012, 07:56 PM

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pierce brosnan would always be my bond.
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QUOTE(thesaufi @ Oct 27 2012, 07:56 PM)
pierce brosnan would always be my bond.
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haha agree with you, i have never seen older bond movie but compare pierce and craig, i will pick pierce, as a spy u need to blend in, looks normal, handsome is ok, but craig look like a bad ass assassin those type will get thoroughly scan at custom tongue.gif
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QUOTE(chitchat @ Oct 29 2012, 12:56 PM)
haha agree with you, i have never seen older bond movie but compare pierce and craig, i will pick pierce, as a spy u need to blend in, looks normal, handsome is ok, but craig look like a bad ass assassin those type will get thoroughly scan at custom  tongue.gif
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The next Bond film will be a direct sequel to Skyfall

http://www.deadline.com/2012/10/gladiator-...mes-bond-films/
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post Oct 29 2012, 06:08 PM

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QUOTE(chitchat @ Oct 29 2012, 01:56 PM)
haha agree with you, i have never seen older bond movie but compare pierce and craig, i will pick pierce, as a spy u need to blend in, looks normal, handsome is ok, but craig look like a bad ass assassin those type will get thoroughly scan at custom  tongue.gif
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i think someone (not sure if its in LYN) has mentioned before, a face like Bronson will 'stand' out more (good looking). but someone like craig would blend in better as a real spy (as some even called him un'JB looking)

i liked pierce too but i've have to agree, with the current reality theme's, craig is totally spot on as 'the' james bond. Taking noting away from sean & the rest, they were good for their periods.

I suspect the younger chums might not take to this new 'skyfall' movie as well as slick 'casino royale'.



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Brosnan played the ultrafine version of the famous spy with tons of gadgetry supplies while Craig played the coming of age of a double-0 agent, the transition from a commander to the famous spy; thus, the portrayal of rough edges, brutality and the many mistakes made in both Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.

I like and enjoy both Brosnan and Craig’s version of Bond. smile.gif

Skyfall - 95%

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Skyfall's awesome but I liked Casino Royale better. Both way better than any of the Brosnan ones, IMO.
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post Oct 30 2012, 06:25 AM

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I've never been a Bond fan (only watched the last four or five Bond movies) but the action scenes never fail to wow me. Judging by the trailer, looks like I'm gonna have a blast watching this. I just hope there's enough to keep someone like me occupied.
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QUOTE(masterelr @ Oct 30 2012, 07:25 AM)
I've never been a Bond fan (only watched the last four or five Bond movies) but the action scenes never fail to wow me. Judging by the trailer, looks like I'm gonna have a blast watching this. I just hope there's enough to keep someone like me occupied.
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Skyfall, who watch it already? review - good or bad?
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QUOTE(koolspyda @ Oct 29 2012, 06:08 PM)
i think someone (not sure if its in LYN) has mentioned before, a face like Bronson will 'stand' out more (good looking). but someone like craig would blend in better as a real spy (as some even called him un'JB looking)

i liked pierce too but i've have to agree, with the current reality theme's, craig is totally spot on as 'the' james bond. Taking noting away from sean & the rest, they were good for their periods.

I suspect the younger chums might not take to this new 'skyfall' movie as well as slick 'casino royale'.
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yeah i guess there are 2 mentalities to watching bond. the newer fans might want to go for realism but the original bond up until pierce brosnans last film is all about escapism, a mans fantasies of being a spy, not really about being a spy. i mean, what kind of spy would everyone villain in the world knows about, and gladly telling people his real name, "Bond, James Bond".
the success of the bourne series prompted the producers to go younger, more direct, and brutal with craig and the bruising action scenes and camerawork. while lifelong fans of bond had no real sense of escapism.
while Casino Royale is a very fine movie when judged by today action movies standard, comparing it with older bond movies since the times of Sean Roger and Pierce feels like an awkward shift. anyway i would still go watch Skyfall just out of sheer fandom of James Bond.

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QUOTE(thesaufi @ Oct 30 2012, 11:54 AM)
yeah i guess there are 2 mentalities to watching bond. the newer fans might want to go for realism but the original bond up until pierce brosnans last film is all about escapism,
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For me, the whole 007 series leading up to Daniel Craig can be summed up in Austin Powers and No One Lives Forever.

Craig's Bond is a total break from the trademark quirky humor and wacky situations. It takes the franchise to another world, one full of over-the-top, video game action. This is a needed step for the James Bond series to fold neatly into the video game industry. And in this violent video game world, there is no place for beautiful looking men, the reason being that gamers are mostly boys.

So if you girls want a dashing looking Bond in the next casting, put down your Angry Birds and play the damned games.

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QUOTE(thesaufi @ Oct 30 2012, 12:54 PM)
yeah i guess there are 2 mentalities to watching bond. the newer fans might want to go for realism but the original bond up until pierce brosnans last film is all about escapism, a mans fantasies of being a spy, not really about being a spy. i mean, what kind of spy would everyone villain in the world knows about, and gladly telling people his real name, "Bond, James Bond".
the success of the bourne series prompted the producers to go younger, more direct, and brutal with craig and the bruising action scenes and camerawork. while lifelong fans of bond had no real sense of escapism.
while Casino Royale is a very fine movie when judged by today action movies standard, comparing it with older bond movies since the times of Sean Roger and Pierce feels like an awkward shift. anyway i would still go watch Skyfall just out of sheer fandom of James Bond.

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well, there are tons of people who felt the bourne series came out (or other pretenders), not only were seem more brutal in the actions (realism) hence probably the pressure to the owners of 'bond' (EON productions & Broccoli). Skyfall continues from same type of what if "real world scenarios" like CR & QOS but in terms of story, it has a lot more bite. Here we too see more glimpse into bond's past &..
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QUOTE(Bad Cyborg @ Oct 30 2012, 12:46 PM)
For me, the whole 007 series leading up to Daniel Craig can be summed up in Austin Powers and No One Lives Forever.

Craig's Bond is a total break from the trademark quirky humor and wacky situations. It takes the franchise to another world, one full of over-the-top, video game action. This is a needed step for the James Bond series to fold neatly into the video game industry. And in this violent video game world, there is no place for beautiful looking men, the reason being that gamers are mostly boys.

So if you girls want a dashing looking Bond in the next casting, put down your Angry Birds and play the damned games.
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i agree since the producers needed Bond to fit in with this era like how every re-invention of Bond fitted in with their respective era.
How Roger Moore brings his quirky wit, charm and eyebrows and Safari suit to the 70's and 80's.
Pierce Brosnans sheer charisma to the 90's
and now Daniel Craigs over the top videogame action and brutality to todays violent fanboys so to speak.

What i slightly disliked is the fact that the sense of 'FUN' is gone ever since Craig enters. Maybe there's a little whim of it in Casino Royale, but in Quantum there is absolutely none. Hopefully Skyfall can be a bit more fun. theres a hint to it in the trailer where Bond jump for the train and fixes his cufflinks. we need more of that! haha

btw this is just too much fun
Bond vs Bond vs Bond

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Agree with saufi and cyborg, different era must have different bond.
read from somewhere that real spy should not be handsome or attractive.
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QUOTE(zackhan @ Oct 30 2012, 02:16 PM)
Agree with saufi and cyborg, different era must have different bond.
read from somewhere that real spy should not be handsome or attractive.
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Discovery channel.

They featured an episode regarding real-life spy, they are normal looking, no poshy life, use multiple fake names, live in the darkness, no freedom and sacrifice everything includes time with family for the mission.
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Tonye watched it already what. And he gave his review.
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QUOTE(Damonzero @ Oct 30 2012, 02:31 PM)
Discovery channel.

They featured an episode regarding real-life spy, they are normal looking, no poshy life, use multiple fake names, live in the darkness, no freedom and sacrifice everything includes time with family for the mission.
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Saw that and as i said earlier, some people go to watch Bond to escape from real life, a sense that Bond is not really a movie about spies, it a movie of a man's (or woman's) fantasy of what spies shoud be like. if they want a serious spy movie they'll be better served with movies like Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy or Micheal Caine's Harry Palmer series or John Le Carre's adapt. haha biggrin.gif

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QUOTE(thesaufi @ Oct 30 2012, 02:45 PM)
Saw that and as i said earlier, some people go to watch Bond to escape from real life, a sense that Bond is not really a movie about spies, it a movie of a man's (or woman's) fantasy of what spies shoud be like. if they want a serious spy movie they'll be better served with movies like Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy or Micheal Caine's Harry Palmer series or John Le Carre's adapt. haha biggrin.gif
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or the brilliant (British) tv series -SPOOKS

although it has some action scenes (which is really necessary or else most viewers will fall asleep), most of the time it's intelligence gathering, strategy discussions, politics, and detective work.
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QUOTE(stormlcc @ Oct 30 2012, 02:49 PM)
or the brilliant (British) tv series -SPOOKS

although it has some action scenes (which is really necessary or else most viewers will fall asleep), most of the time it's intelligence gathering, strategy discussions, politics, and detective work.
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That was a good show. Very intelligent.
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The romp part in Skyfall..

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beautiful Berenice Marlohe
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Didn't pass ours censors. I suspect in the same reins as his expose in girl with dragon tattoo
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QUOTE(koolspyda @ Oct 31 2012, 09:41 AM)
The romp part in Skyfall..

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beautiful Berenice Marlohe
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Didn't pass ours censors. I suspect in the same reins as his expose in girl with dragon tattoo
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Who said that scene was for Skyfall - - it isn't. It is the same actress in another movie/TV show.

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woohoo cant wait rclxm9.gif 1 more day rclxm9.gif
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QUOTE(defaultname365 @ Oct 31 2012, 11:23 AM)
Who said that scene was for Skyfall - - it isn't. It is the same actress in another movie/TV show.
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the 2nd link (Marlohe in black) was just how pretty she. It was wasnt the reference of skyfall (since it was censored & not real link of THAT scene). THE reference of the censored was the above spoiler/description cool2.gif

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haha just finish watching already rclxm9.gif i must say damm this is fuking awesome rclxm9.gif only turn off is no piap piap scenes dang yo doh.gif doh.gif other than that,,,a solid 10/10 from myself
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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Nov 1 2012, 04:16 PM)
haha just finish watching already rclxm9.gif i must say damm this is fuking awesome rclxm9.gif only turn off is no piap piap scenes dang yo doh.gif doh.gif other than that,,,a solid 10/10 from myself
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Is it better than Casino Royale?
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this was censored
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the 2nd link (Marlohe in black) was just how pretty she. It was wasnt the reference of skyfall (since it was censored & not real link of THAT scene). THE reference of the censored was the above spoiler/description cool2.gif
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The red wig scene is not from Skyfall
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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Nov 1 2012, 04:16 PM)
haha just finish watching already rclxm9.gif i must say damm this is fuking awesome rclxm9.gif only turn off is no piap piap scenes dang yo doh.gif doh.gif other than that,,,a solid 10/10 from myself
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Woohoo.... me seeing this tomorrow night! Can't wait. Hope it lives up to the 'Best Bond film in 50 years'. We'll see...
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QUOTE(reehdus @ Nov 1 2012, 05:58 PM)
The red wig scene is not from Skyfall
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Skyfall beauty Berenice Marlohe has revealed that she had to coax Craig to remove his garments for a sex scene between the pair.


The stunning actress said: 'He was very shy and when he saw me entering the shower he was like, "Oh my God."

'He tried to keep his underpants on for the shower scenes but I said, "No, come on, don't be shy. I will do anything to make you feel comfortable."'
While Marlohe was kind to the shy actor during their love scene, she made sure he knew that she wouldn't be happy being the victim of one of his pranks.

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The theme song from Adele "Skyfall" is nice too!
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Blood, gore, and swear words seem to be able to pass our censors but not harmless boobies. ohmy.gif
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QUOTE(Claire Farron @ Nov 1 2012, 04:31 PM)
Is it better than Casino Royale?
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oh yeah it is better surely haha

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Blood, gore, and swear words seem to be able to pass our censors but not harmless boobies. ohmy.gif
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this is how MPAA sensor works laugh.gif doh.gif rclxub.gif