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Old 10-13-2005, 08:26 PM   #31
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I can't believe some of you have never heard of Daniel Craig.
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some? Try most - never heard of him
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He doesn't even have a catchy movie star kind of name
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So much for wanting to be a Bond girl
Well just get a slinky dress

This is me walking out of the Bond Ball

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As I recall... the other "Bonds" were all fairly unknown (or at least underappreciated) before they became "Bond"


I'm looking forward to the movie because they are supposedly going back to the "roots" of the James Bond saga and finally making Casino Royale!

I love the movies where Bond is not just a happy go lucky rogue... License to Kill is my favorite Bond movie because it has some emotional meat behind it! (as much as it can have lol)
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As I recall... the other "Bonds" were all fairly unknown (or at least underappreciated) before they became "Bond"
Roger Moore was quite well known from his TV role as "The Saint", and Pierce Brosnan was also well known from "Remington Steele" and had been the choice of many Bond fans when Timothy Dalton (who was somewhat unknown) landed the role.
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Old 10-14-2005, 08:19 AM   #37
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I want a Bond who smokes, drinks and bleeds.

A reboot could do wonders for the franchise; bring in the Cold War and SMERSH
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Old 10-14-2005, 10:18 AM   #38
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bring back caun seanerry !!!!!!!
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I think he'll do well, although I don't think the tone of the films will change much from Brosnan's (and that's no bad thing).

And who really gives a toss that he's got blonde hair? Personally I think he's got the perfect eyes for the part if we're discussing his looks.
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Man, Pierce Brosnan will always be the best Bond to me. That guy has all the style in the world.
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Old 10-14-2005, 02:40 PM   #41
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I saw an interview with Daniel Craig on the news this evening - he doesn't look like he'd be so well spoken.

Will have to check out Layer Cake and see if he's any good.
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Man, Pierce Brosnan will always be the best Bond to me. That guy has all the style in the world.
All style, no substance, in my very humble opinion. I'm glad to see the back of him.

I agree with hippy regarding License to Kill. For first time since On Her Majesty's Secret Service (great movie, terrible leading actor) Bond was portrayed as an actual human being, someone who felt pain, anger, and the need for vengence, and not just some prick quipping his way through 120mins of elaborate car chases. Dalton's Bond was all Ian Fleming's; Brosnan's Bond was all Hollywood's.

It's a shame average Joe prefers Hollywood's interpretation of the character as it lead to Dalton turning down the offer to reprise his role in Goldeneye.
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Roger Moore was quite well known from his TV role as "The Saint", and Pierce Brosnan was also well known from "Remington Steele" and had been the choice of many Bond fans when Timothy Dalton (who was somewhat unknown) landed the role.
OK everyone here is obviously under the age of 20

Sean Connery was completely unknown when he became Bond and HE is the best Bond of all.

Don't judge until you've seen Daniel.
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All style, no substance, in my very humble opinion. I'm glad to see the back of him.

I agree with hippy regarding License to Kill. For first time since On Her Majesty's Secret Service (great movie, terrible leading actor) Bond was portrayed as an actual human being, someone who felt pain, anger, and the need for vengence, and not just some prick quipping his way through 120mins of elaborate car chases. Dalton's Bond was all Ian Fleming's; Brosnan's Bond was all Hollywood's.

It's a shame average Joe prefers Hollywood's interpretation of the character as it lead to Dalton turning down the offer to reprise his role in Goldeneye.
Well said
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If you're going to be a pretty boy, you better bring some sack.

That's my idea of Bond. A pretty boy, who could whip your ass.
This guy doesn't seem pretty, and doesn't seem intimidating.

There is your low brow Bond review of the day.
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