The new Bond trailer -- wow!

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  1. DocHolliday

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    YEAHHH. Dusting off my tux for that premiere.
     
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    Looks good.

    Maybe they can redo all the Roger Moore ones with this guy...
     
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    Holy shit... I'll say it again, I wasn't sure about Craig at first but god damn he seems perfect for it now. From the trailer anyway this looks like it could be the best bond movie ever. I can't wait to see it, and it's two days before my birthday!
     
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    If it's as dark as it looks to be, I agree--could be the best Bond ever.
     
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    Damn it! Don't show me how the car gets destroyed in the trailer!

    Jon.
     
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    Vesper Lynd: "I will be keeping my eye on our government's money ... and on your perfectly formed ass"
    Bond: "You noticed"

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wot, no invisible car, no "comedy" background staff, no space based doomsday device, no underground control room?

    Thank God!

    Looking forward to this, Daniel Criaig was an inspired choice.
     
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    Ah, James Bond in the Brioni.
     
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    Frontrow, the only way to watch trailers on the net - I love it!
    Great trailer, I like the guy in Munich and just realized it's the same person.
     
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    Looks much more real world and gritty.
    Craig looks like he could ##*@ you up if need be, unlike PB.

    I already like it better than Die Another Day.[​IMG] The James Bond Cartoon. Parasaling off fake looking waves and melting Icebergs[​IMG]
     
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    Oooooooooooooohhhhhh that looks gooooood. I cannot wait. I would kill for that car. Wow.


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    Oooooooooooooohhhhhh that looks gooooood. I cannot wait. I would kill for that car. Wow.


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    --That car does look much better in action. Amazing
     
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    Holy sweet zombie Jesus!
     
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    Yes, it's certainly not as wishy-washy as the Brosnan films.

    It's more in tune with the Connery flicks although I do miss the Cold War chic.

    I also think I saw a vintage Daimler in the trailer.
     

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