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Those are lesser moments in that film, to be sure, but there's plenty of good moments there for me to enjoy as well.
Can't go wrong with Oscar Hunt, from what I've seen here on SF.
Yes, they are indeed owned by Rolex.
^ That's because you are not me. I enjoyed DAD, but yes, it's one I consider less good overall.
Brosnan and Lazenby were probably the most classically handsome Bonds, with Moore not too far behind. But that's not all that goes into being 'good looking' is it. My favourite Bond films are Dr No, Goldfinger, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Live and Let Die, Goldeneye, Casino Royale and Skyfall. But like most fans here, I love them all to varying degrees. To my mind, there are no bad Bond films. Only good and less good.
Skyfall got a lot of praise from plenty of other Bond fans on other forums, and the rest of the movie-going public seemed to like it as well. Casino Royale is still, probably, Craig's best film of the series, but Skyfall feels the most like a James Bond film (as does Spectre, though it's not quite as well done as Skyfall). The more familiar Bondian elements (a more familiar M, the returns of Q and Moneypenny, a little bit of added humour, the return of Spectre and...
It got mostly good to middling reviews, but yes, just about everyone said it wasn't as good as Skyfall.
I think it's pretty much the perfect watch. If I had to choose a one watch, the no-date Sub would be it.
That's odd. I find the fit is the same for me irrespective of it being non-iron or not. Sorry to hear the result is not similar for you, mosy.
I prefer the watch myself...
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