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+1
Moore was pretty bad, Brosnan was worse. Timothy Dalton was decent, although his movies sucked balls. I've always thought George Lazenby was outstanding, and should have stayed on. David Niven was pretty awesome as well smile.gif
Also, Bond is one of the few film genres (if I can call it that) that my wife and I have unreservedly in common.

This has definitely ventured into Dumb Threads territory.
post #5177 of 9925
3 of 5 stars by javyn


1 of 5 stars by javyn



(not even Dominic West could save this POS)

4 of 5 stars



(like Walking Dead but with Vampires...surprisingly cool)

Les Miserables (the trailer for the new one got me hyped up to re-watch the old one, because I hate musicals. Geoffrey Rush and Liam Neeson! 5 stars, brings back memories....we did this play sophmore year in HS...I played Fauchelevent in Act 1, third body on the left during the revolution scene)

post #5178 of 9925
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I never understood the fascination with Bond. Never did anything for me.

smh
post #5179 of 9925
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I never understood the fascination with Bond. Never did anything for me.

 

I agree, although if anything I would love a 'Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid' take on the Bond phenomenon.

 

Also I'd like to see more Le Carre adaptations

post #5180 of 9925
Lawless was decent...i kind of expected more given the cast.
post #5181 of 9925
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I never understood the fascination with Bond. Never did anything for me.

I agree, although if anything I would love a 'Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid' take on the Bond phenomenon.

Also I'd like to see more Le Carre adaptations

Check out the original Casino Royale - there was a spoof before there was a franchise.
post #5182 of 9925
The Dark Knight Rises
The Amazing Spider-Man
The Expendables 2

well, the last one was the most entertaining (brains off), the middle one a surprise, the first surprisingly the most incoherent and unbalanced of them....
Perhaps my expectations after TDK and Inception were too high.... It does boost some pretty damn good scenes, which are clearly better than almost every scene in the other 2 movies I watched...
(give or take the opening scene of expendables 2 which should get any action fan's heart pumping at high speed) biggrin.gif
but as a film, I would have wished for more greatness confused.gif

anyway, gonna watch some Bergman tomorrow - most likely Jungfrukällan smile.gif
post #5183 of 9925
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When I think of train fights there is only one that stands up. Brian DePalma's Mission Impossible. When you combine that with stealing the NOC list, there's no doubt it's a rip off.
go back some years, those movies have some awesome train fights/scenes too:

Emperor Of The North Pole
Ryans Express
The First Great Train Robbery
The Train
The Narrow Margin
Breakheart Pass

that's the first which come to mind, besides Mission Impossible (and Indy 3)...

oh and def. some classic westerns....
post #5184 of 9925
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Originally Posted by Mariooo View Post

go back some years, those movies have some awesome train fights/scenes too:
Emperor Of The North Pole
Ryans Express
The First Great Train Robbery
The Train
The Narrow Margin
Breakheart Pass
that's the first which come to mind, besides Mission Impossible (and Indy 3)...
oh and def. some classic westerns....

I just watched a movie that was pretty much one big train fight: (Lauren Bacall . . . mmmmmm)

post #5185 of 9925
was steven seagal innit
post #5186 of 9925
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was steven seagal innit

Thats all he's in these days.
post #5187 of 9925
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Originally Posted by Mariooo View Post

The Dark Knight Rises
The Amazing Spider-Man
The Expendables 2
well, the last one was the most entertaining (brains off), the middle one a surprise, the first surprisingly the most incoherent and unbalanced of them....
Perhaps my expectations after TDK and Inception were too high.... It does boost some pretty damn good scenes, which are clearly better than almost every scene in the other 2 movies I watched...
(give or take the opening scene of expendables 2 which should get any action fan's heart pumping at high speed) biggrin.gif
but as a film, I would have wished for more greatness confused.gif
anyway, gonna watch some Bergman tomorrow - most likely Jungfrukällan smile.gif
Stilla gotta watch TDKR. The Expendables 2 was disappointing. Obviously, the cast -- as in 1 -- should speak for itself. Unfortunately, both movies' plots didn't. They were barely entertaining. The former more than the latter. In my opinion, the new Spider Man take is much more interesting.

I started watching Looper which seems intersting. But I'm watching Chuck at the moment. Mid/end season 2. Likewise for Breaking Bad.
post #5188 of 9925
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Stilla gotta watch TDKR.
Be prepared for a trillion jumps between IMAX and Cinemascope....frown.gif
This is tearing the film apart..
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The Expendables 2 was disappointing. Obviously, the cast -- as in 1 -- should speak for itself. Unfortunately, both movies' plots didn't. They were barely entertaining. The former more than the latter. In my opinion,
Huge cast, but not enough screen time for every one. This bothered me the most in both of them..
Somehow this did work much better in the older all-star ensemble movies of that kind.... Characters, not just one-liners..
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the new Spider Man take is much more interesting.
yes, indeed
post #5189 of 9925
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I just watched a movie that was pretty much one big train fight: (Lauren Bacall . . . mmmmmm)
oh yes, thanks for reminding me of that film smile.gif
post #5190 of 9925
Got dragged to Breaking Dawn: Part 2. Not only did it have some of the worst CGI I have ever seen, it was also boring as hell. They had a chance to make the movie half-decent at the climax but they blew that too.
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