Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by oldskool, Feb 24, 2005.
http://www.thejamesbondfanclub.com/FactfileDAF.asp third image down, left side
Extra credit for patch pockets and closing both buttons.
not sure what you're trying to say
where's the rest of his tie?
duh the knot is so big, there's nothing left.
one word: ew.
really? i kind of like it. his expression and pose are kind of humorous, but I like the clothes...someone clue me in?
Um...Unless you guys have a different picture than I do, the tie is blowing in the wind...
how about the back?
its the same wordrobe he wears in the movie, with the two tone black and white vamps (they look like the new guccies, i love em) he fights the two broads and ends up in the swimming pool with those clothes on. but yeah the tie is tied really short. i guess thats how they wore them back when diamonds was filmed.
true Bond fans don't recognize this film as a "Bond Film," as it was campy and crappy-- a virtual remake of an earlier film, but by a different studio (and no cubby brocholi involved)
garbage, I tell you..
yeah, no aston martin either.
You are mistaken with "never say never again".
yes "diamonds" is a classic, even though there is no Aston Martin, just space buggies.
i agree with you about "never say never again" i thought kim bassinger was the worst bond girl ever.
I don't think "Diamonds" measures up to "Goldfinger" or "From Russia With Love" as far as all-time Bond classics go. Â By that time, Connery wanted out of the role.
As for bad Bond girls, I'll see your Kim Basinger and raise you Denise Richards.
Sure you may just shrug me off as a youngen but I think Goldeneye is the best Bond flick.
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