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DrThunder88

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« Reply #80 on: 02-23-2002 14:11 »

 
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Sean connerys jag. Sexxiest car ever.

I liked the car from Tommorow Never Dies.
Allen

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« Reply #81 on: 02-24-2002 23:32 »

Personally, I think they should stop making Bond movies. He's getting predictable now.
cellery

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« Reply #82 on: 02-25-2002 04:01 »

Goldfinger/Connery = Best Bond film/actor, though Brosnan/Goldeneye is good. The World is Not Enough was made bearable by super-hottie Denise Richards.    big grin  Bond films were predictable after about the first 5 were made.   smile  After 20, it's more like MGM is milking it. People still love it though, Bond gets the gadgets, bags the babe, and saves the day. Things can't end up any different.
Allen

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« Reply #83 on: 02-25-2002 17:52 »

Well, sooner or later they're going to run out of plots. Even Bond can't stay young forever.
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« Reply #84 on: 02-25-2002 19:50 »

Euch! How can anyone like Roger Moore above any of the other Bonds? Bleh! The man only has two facial expressions (impassive and impassive with eyebrow raised).  puke
Allen

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« Reply #85 on: 02-25-2002 19:54 »

I don't know and I don't care. smile
Tweek

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« Reply #86 on: 02-26-2002 05:42 »

 
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Well, sooner or later they're going to run out of plots. Even Bond can't stay young forever.
As the world changes new plot ideas turn up, new troubles provide new opportunities for Bond.
Allen

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« Reply #87 on: 02-26-2002 16:58 »

Yeah, and we can watch 007 in: I Lost My Toupee and I Can't Hear You, Speak Up!
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« Reply #88 on: 02-26-2002 17:12 »

...but Bond doesn't really age, they just use a younger actor, they can keep doing that till people stop watching the films  roll eyes
Allen

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« Reply #89 on: 02-26-2002 17:20 »

Yes, I know. My point was people will think he's immortal. How long ago did Bond movies start?
cellery

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« Reply #90 on: 02-26-2002 17:27 »

The first official Bond film was Dr. No, in 1962. Sean Connery was 32 when that was made, he's 72 now.
Allen

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« Reply #91 on: 02-26-2002 17:33 »

See? Bond wouldn't look like a 30 year old man now
BlackAdder

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« Reply #92 on: 02-26-2002 22:17 »
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Originally posted by DrThunder88:
Just as well.  Those Soviets managed to create some of the ugliest guns in the world (not to mention cars).

Reason why is because they were a commie country. And commies don't have lifes little pirks

I own all James Bond's on DVD and I would have to say that 'The Spy who Loved' me was the best. I loved 'OHMSS', Geroge was the BEST Bond of them all (Yes, I'm an Australian).

James Bond Jnr is not classed as a James Bond production because it's not made by the same people. The same with Casino Royale and Never Say Never, they are not Offical James Bond. I can't remeber the name of the company that owns James Bond, but I can find out.

What, do I look like a guy who's not lazy?
DrThunder88

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« Reply #93 on: 02-27-2002 00:02 »

 
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Yeah, and we can watch 007 in: I Lost My Toupee and I Can't Hear You, Speak Up!

Connery wore a rug in all of his Bond films.  He started losing his hair at twenty-one.

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« Reply #94 on: 02-27-2002 17:21 »

 
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 Connery wore a rug in all of his Bond films.  He started losing his hair at twenty-one.

See? My point stands big grin You learn something new every day.



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BlackAdder

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« Reply #95 on: 02-28-2002 03:44 »

James Bond is actually owned by Pinewood Studios. MGM just distrubutes James Bond.
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« Reply #96 on: 02-28-2002 18:29 »

 
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James Bond is actually owned by Pinewood Studios. MGM just distrubutes James Bond.
Why do they do it that way?

Delta-V

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« Reply #97 on: 03-09-2002 17:06 »

Connery is hands-down the best Bond.  I'd be hard pressed to pick between Goldfinger and Diamonds Are Forever, tho.  I love the theme song to DaF!
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« Reply #98 on: 03-09-2002 17:30 »

I nearly ended up welcoming you Delta-V, why are you still a poppler when you joined in Jul 2001?
Delta-V

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« Reply #99 on: 03-13-2002 22:31 »

 
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I nearly ended up welcoming you Delta-V, why are you still a poppler when you joined in Jul 2001?

I'm the quiet type...  smile
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« Reply #100 on: 03-19-2002 18:38 »

 
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 I liked the car from Tommorow Never Dies.


The wonderfull BMW 750iL, V12 5.000cc 326hp, speed autolimited to 250km/h....

ohh BMWs..   love  , wait.. this is the first time i use that smiley.. arggghh!!
Delta-V

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« Reply #101 on: 03-19-2002 23:58 »

 
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The wonderfull BMW 750iL, V12 5.000cc 326hp, speed autolimited to 250km/h....

ohh BMWs..    love  , wait.. this is the first time i use that smiley.. arggghh!!
Ja, german engineering!  I've driven a euro-spec 740 diesel.  Man, that thing had torque (413ft-lbs).  Made that big car really move.  Also driven a 540i, a 328i, a 325xi, and an old 320i.  All great cars.

Bond's going back to the Aston Martin for the next movie.  The Vanquish is really nice.  Seen one up close, but haven't managed to get the keys to one.  We've got a couple of them at work...   flirt
futurefreak

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« Reply #102 on: 03-22-2002 19:25 »

lil late...but welcome to PEEL Delta-V!  smile
joey

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« Reply #103 on: 04-02-2002 13:32 »

bond is a hero!!!!
Kryten

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« Reply #104 on: 04-02-2002 14:46 »

*pats joey on the head*

Yes. Bond is a hero.

I have a ball. Perhaps you'd like to bounce it.
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« Reply #105 on: 04-02-2002 18:21 »

  laff

Heh joey, what bond film and actor do u likes most?
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« Reply #106 on: 04-02-2002 22:13 »

I agree with  laff

Is joey a real person? Or is this just a hilarious hoax?
cellery

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« Reply #107 on: 04-02-2002 22:30 »

Nixorbo

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« Reply #108 on: 04-02-2002 22:53 »

I wouldn't say "ever," cell
cellery

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« Reply #109 on: 04-02-2002 22:57 »

It's all relative, much like Comic Book Guy's "Worst _____ Ever." I was just referring to in this thread.   smile  Plus the picture looks funny and I was itching to post it.
Just Chris

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« Reply #110 on: 04-03-2002 12:59 »

Come to think of it, I didn't see many Bond movies. I just saw Goldeneye, Goldfinger, and a bit of Tomorrow Never Dies. And that BMW commercial for it rocks! I wish all his other spy stuff was on sale...
joey

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« Reply #111 on: 04-03-2002 14:42 »

Best bond:Sean Connery
Best film: Goldfinger
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« Reply #112 on: 04-04-2002 15:38 »


   best bond= pierce brosnon
   best film= Goldeneye
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« Reply #113 on: 04-07-2002 08:08 »

Even though it's to late: Welcome to PEEL podoooo. Best Bond-actor: Sean Connery.
Best Bond-film: Goldfinger.
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« Reply #114 on: 04-09-2002 08:36 »

  Bond's not what he was meant to be.  That probably sounds dodgy, but it's true.  If you read any of the original books, he's a really cynical, lazy, bastard, but now everyone knows him as this suave guy who jumps out of a plane at 20,000 feet and then survives by ingeniously manufacturing a bungee cord out of his glasses.  Or something similar.
  Having said that though, I still like the films.  All those pretty explosions...

 
wu_konguk

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« Reply #115 on: 04-09-2002 08:50 »

Perchance did you see that documentry on Ian Flemming did you hmm.
Dark Prince

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« Reply #116 on: 04-09-2002 08:50 »

Nope.  I couldn't be bothered really.
wu_konguk

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« Reply #117 on: 04-09-2002 08:53 »

Neither did I, I just caught the end but I can't remember what I was doing before hand.
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« Reply #118 on: 04-09-2002 17:53 »

 
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James Bond is actually owned by Pinewood Studios. MGM just distrubutes James Bond.

Nah, that's cobblers, Pinewood doesn't own jack.  Bond is owned by EON Productions and MGM, who make all the official films, they don't even make them at Pinewood anymore...

ZombieJesus

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« Reply #119 on: 04-18-2002 07:53 »

I hate JB movies. Now, they are just long commercials.  (different luxury/sports car brands, cell phones, etc.)

Remember "Moonraker" (I think it was in Moonraker):  In the scenes where they are in Brasil, they show a huge 7-up billboard about 7 times in a row.  A car even flies through it, which I think was the perfect destination for any billboard.

If someone would put a gun to my head and ask me who the best Bond actor is,   I 'd be forced to say Roger Moore.   
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