Bond's setting the bar in this film (his last)

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by oldskool, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. oldskool

    oldskool Senior member

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    Parker Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Extra credit for patch pockets and closing both buttons.
     


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    ???
    not sure what you're trying to say

    where's the rest of his tie?
     


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    oldskool Senior member

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    duh the knot is so big, there's nothing left.
     


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    faustian bargain Senior member

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    one word: ew.
     


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    Renault78law Senior member

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    really? i kind of like it. his expression and pose are kind of humorous, but I like the clothes...someone clue me in?
     


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    Um...Unless you guys have a different picture than I do, the tie is blowing in the wind...
     


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    Renault78law Senior member

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    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.
     


  10. The_Foxx

    The_Foxx Senior member

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    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..
     


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    Wrong.
    You are mistaken with "never say never again".
     


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    jamesbond Senior member

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    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.
     


  14. Ambulance Chaser

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    I don't think "Diamonds" measures up to "Goldfinger" or "From Russia With Love" as far as all-time Bond classics go.  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.
     


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    Brian SD Moderator

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    Sure you may just shrug me off as a youngen but I think Goldeneye is the best Bond flick.
     


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