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Old 01-27-2008, 04:46 AM   #76
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No, but I'm pretty sure she's been offered a role in Quantum of Soreass.
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I think it's worth mentioning, two friends and I are going through all the Bond films in order of release this semester. We just watched Goldfinger tonight.

It struck me for the first time, how messy and incoherent a lot of that film is. Nearly bored me to tears too.
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Yeah, Goldfinger is kind of the definitive Bond film (along with The Spy Who Loved Me) in that it bears all the hallmarks, but it's not nearly as rich as From Russia With Love, which I'd objectively say is the best, though not my most favorite.

I'm curious to hear your take on You Only Live Twice, so keep us posted.
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I've seen many of these older films before, but I remember few of them fully. It's fun going back through the entire catalogue like this. But so far, Goldfinger aint faring too well.
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If you manage to make it through A View to A Kill, you're a braver man than I.

And for the record, you don't HAVE to watch Never Say Never Again as it's not official Bond canon. I sure as hell wouldn't.
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A View to a Kill is easy to make it through, thanks to Walken.

The scene where he does a computer scan on Bond, and finds out that he's not really Mr. Sinjin Smythe, and he sort of laughs to himself is gold.
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