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never said never

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by MrFurious, Aug 18, 2003.

  1. MrFurious

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    that i'd watch that bloody 007 flic again,but as usual its on in the background,just look at sean's hairpiece.....schhhocking....:D
     
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    along with Diamond are Forever and Thunderball, it must shhhurely be the worst of Bond films.
     
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    I've never considered Never Say Never Again to be a true Bond movie.
     
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    no it's like casino royale in my book.
     
  5. Geezer

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    And which book is that ;)

    Ive never liked it either only managed about 10 minutes of it last night
     
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    isnt is thunderball in disguise ?
     
  7. James45

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    Geez it's the Bumper Book of James45's Facts if you must know :D

    Never Say Never Again is a remake of Thunderball, I guess they thought they couldn't make anything worse than Thunderball... they were wrong.
     
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    When I read Thunderball it was nothing like Casino Royal book.:D
     
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    Argreed, is it in my 19 dvd set NO

    hence not a real bond, just a cheap knock off , and a poor one at that.

    Thank god MGM got the rights sorted out

    :D
     
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    Weren't they gonna remake it a third time? Called Warhead 2000 or something similar. I'm sure they were. :confused:
     
  11. MrFurious

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    that right,hollywood love to remake crap.
     
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    Bad bond films Moonraker with jaws hamming it up and falling in love argggg and A View to a Kill moore was too old and saggy, i wasnt that keen on The World is Not Enough either but i think Timothy Dalton was under rated both his films are good.
     
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    ahh..but the women in that film were great!
     
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    Wasn't Thunderball Claudia Cardinale, can't remember name of the ditzy redheaded diamond smuggler from Diamonds though
     
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    I don't know though, A View to a Kill did have it's moments. Even though Roger Moore was showing his age and the Bond girl was boring, Christopher Walken as Zorin makes it well worth a watch -he does do a good crazy man.

    Easily much better than Never Say Never again. That bit (in NSNA) when the they jump into the ocean on the horse - looks like it should be in a Monty Python film.

    Oh yeah - and Timothy Dalton rules.
     
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    Wasn't it Jill StJohn?
     
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    that's the one!
     
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    and i can't remember the actresses name, but the character was called "Plenty o'toole" but what always makes me laugh is connerys comeback at their first meeting....

    "hi, I'm Plenty, Plenty O'Toole"....to which Connery replies...."why of course you are!" (as he notices her huge cleavage)
     

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