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    The new Bond trailer on YouTube!


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    Actually looks really good. Hopefully much better than the last three and as good as Casino Royale.

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    Seems like they stole Rami Malek away from playing the Phantom Of The Opera.

    Looks good though, Iíve enjoyed Daniel Craig as Bond and hopefully this will be a good way to round out this Ďsagaí.


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    Phwaor, Craig going out in style.
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    So the usual. Glamorous locations, sexy cars, lovely women, hectic stunts and and just to ramp it up a pair of miniguns behind the headlights Oh and Christoph Waltz. that's ok then.

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    Having seen the cars being used for the stunts tested, and met the body doubles and the stunt co-ordinator - I can advise this - it is NOT to be missed.

    The way the cars are driven by the stunt drivers from not within the cabin is frankly astounding - pods on roofs etc

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    Wow. Hans Landa, Freddie Mercury, Voldemort and Paddington Bear, all in the same film.

    Does look quite good, actually. Hopefully there will be more than a sprinkle of Waller-Bridge magic in the script.

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    I haven't been the cinema for a billion years, but when did Bond films get so joyless? This is seems so sulky.....

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    CAN. NOT. WAIT.

    I've loved all the Daniel Craig Bond movies so far (yes, even QoS) and this looks to be the best yet.

    Going out with a bang

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I haven't been the cinema for a billion years, but when did Bond films get so joyless?
    With the shit remake of Casino Royale.

    Hopefully we’ll be back in business with a new Bond. Tell us a joke we know!

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    So looking forward to this - the Daniel Craig films have revived the Bond series (we have Bourne to thank).

    Letís hope they donít descend back towards the crap Moore/Brosnan lost years style after this.

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    Trailer looks way too busy, much prefer small snippets of trailers this far out, from the looks of this we're going to see several new characters, several changes over previous plots and the usual location change every few minutes.

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    There were quite a few stories and eye rolls/head shaking from a friend who worked on it. big delays and re-writes plus the director change didnít help!
    iíll still go and see it on the big screen as it looks up to the usual bond standard. iím sure some will hate it but thatís always the same with 007 films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilT View Post
    So looking forward to this - the Daniel Craig films have revived the Bond series (we have Bourne to thank).

    Letís hope they donít descend back towards the crap Moore/Brosnan lost years style after this.
    Ironically , Live and let die is Daniel Craig's preferred bond movie he rates highest ! Agreed though I found a few of Moore's and Bronstains a load of codswallop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond View Post
    Ironically , Live and let die is Daniel Craig's preferred bond movie he rates highest ! Agreed though I found a few of Moore's and Bronstains a load of codswallop.

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    I once watching the first 13 Bond movies literally back to back (long story) and afterwards felt that, as a piece of drama, the most satisfying was The Spy Who Loved Me. (On the other hand, Octopussy's sole worth was supplying the backdrop to the video for A View To A Kill)

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    Some of my lowest rated Bond moments come from the Brosnan era....

    - Halle Berry turning into a cartoon when she jumped off a cliff
    - Brosnan surfing a cartoon wave
    - Bond in his invisible cartoon car
    - The guy from a BBC ‘clampers’ docu-series appearing in a Bond chase

    I guess we all have most affinity with our ‘era’ of Bond film, my favourite being Living Daylights.
    Last edited by Christian; 4th December 2019 at 18:14.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amnesia View Post
    CAN. NOT. WAIT.

    I've loved all the Daniel Craig Bond movies so far (yes, even QoS) and this looks to be the best yet.

    Going out with a bang
    Ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrushton View Post
    So the usual. Glamorous locations, sexy cars, lovely women, hectic stunts and and just to ramp it up a pair of miniguns behind the headlights Oh and Christoph Waltz. that's ok then.
    I'm sold!
    i had such high hopes with spectre and Christopher Waltz and was left a little underwhelmed, really hoping this will be a belter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    I haven't been the cinema for a billion years, but when did Bond films get so joyless? This is seems so sulky.....
    Spectre is my favourite DC Bond because it harks back to the Moore films: a bit of humour, Dave Batista was a neo-Jaws bad guy (I'd have been happy for him to return in this installment).

    Hope this one takes the same approach.

    I'll admit that trying to tie all the recent films together with that "I planned it all..." plot device was silly in Spectre, but it wasn't as preposterous as most of Skyfall.

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    Looking forward to seeing this one!.
    When you look long into an abyss, the abyss looks long into you.........

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    Iím sure Iíll see it at the cinema and enjoy it - however, Iím struggling to remember anything about the last couple of movies beyond the odd scene. Obviously didnít leave much of an impression!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian View Post
    Some of my lowest rated Bond moments come from the Brosnan era....

    - Halle Berry turning into a cartoon when she jumped off a cliff
    - Brosnan surfing a cartoon wave
    - Bond in his invisible cartoon car
    - The guy from a BBC Ďclampersí docu-series appearing in a Bond chase

    I guess we all have most affinity with our Ďeraí of Bond film, my favourite being Living Daylights.
    That's my favourite as well, but it does have one or two similarly awful moments. You surely can't enjoy the spectacle of 007 tobogganing down a snowy hillside in a cello case.

    As for the trailer for this one: I liked it, but for a minute I thought it was a fan trailer made of clips from the last three or four films. Winning formula I guess.

    Ralph Fiennes is definitely growing into the M role. So much so that he reminds me of Bernard Lee!




    I'd like the Bond films to be more cold-blooded spy thriller and less action film. To be honest while he's been a good 007 in some respects, Daniel Craig has never been the finished article, for me. A bit too brutal and charmless. He's like the other end of the scale from Roger Moore who (imo) was awful for the opposite reason. Too smooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrushton View Post
    So the usual, lovely women,
    This is usually the case yes - but the female double-0 in this one is anything but unfortunately. Still, I'm looking forward to seeing the film when it's released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monogroover View Post
    That's my favourite as well, but it does have one or two similarly awful moments. You surely can't enjoy the spectacle of 007 tobogganing down a snowy hillside in a cello case.
    Thatís the highlight of the film! ďWeíve nothing to declare!Ē

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