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19th Apr 02, 11:56 PM
what are your favorite parts and least favourite parts of James Bond OO7?
20th Apr 02, 7:39 AM
ya know in Goldeneye... that nuclear scientist hax0r bad guy?
He typed with one hand and it was faster than me with both hands.... that was so fricken cool :err:
20th Apr 02, 1:56 PM
"My name is Pussy Galore."
"I must be dreaming!"
20th Apr 02, 7:20 PM
My favorites are the part in every one where some woman gets n3kk1d.
Seriously though, probably The World Is Not Enough helicopter/motorcycle chase.
Least favorite part is the boring mushy crap right after the climax. It's unnecessary, they've already done it once. Don't be redundant, James.
20th Apr 02, 7:22 PM
Boris: I am INVINCIBLE!!
(Thousands of gallons of liquid nitrogen spew over him)
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20th Apr 02, 8:25 PM
this should be his new quote: I AM FREEZING!!
21st Apr 02, 12:27 AM
must say, I want that speedboat in The World Is Not Enough... heehee :)
21st Apr 02, 3:03 AM
"But of course you are."
Runner up: In Goldeneye, when good ol' Pierce busted through a wall with a tank. It was so great! The tank chase in general was good as well. Anybody who liked Red Alert must agree. The Bond theme almost fits better than the hell march actually.
The villain in Tomorrow never dies. Incredibly bad. And his evil sidekick was almost worse.
Runner up: When jaws bit of a cable in Moonraker. Jaws is fun but that was too much.
21st Apr 02, 6:56 AM
I wish Q was still around. He was great...
"Oooh, whats this?"
"Thats my grinder 007"
BTW... nice fishing boat Q :D
21st Apr 02, 8:45 AM
Q has always been a mainstay of the Bond universe, except for Dr. No, I think. They introduced Desmond Llwelyn (I know I spelled it wrong) in the second flick. I must say though that I was pleasantly surprised that they got John Cleese, my favorite Python (Minister of Silly Walks, Parrot Sketch, et al) to take over for Desmond. Cleese has always been capable of dry humor and can play semi-serious roles, as evidenced by A Fish Called Wanda.
Interestingly enough, it seems that Bond has almost become an American tradition. We Yanks, as the Brits so lovingly call us, are so enamored by the lifestyle of Bond that we have pretty much called him our own. I don't get it either, but hey, as long as everyone enjoys themselves, who cares, eh?
And as far as worst Bond moment? When he got married. That utterly ruined it for the whole five minutes he actually WAS.
21st Apr 02, 9:05 AM
What really amuses me about James Bond is that he was at least 30 in 1962, which means Peirce Brosnan is currently playing someone who is at least 70...! :D
James Bond never ages, and nobody cares. It's beautiful.
The other thing, though... when I was in elementary school, James Bond was the final word in cool. Nifty gadgets, saving the world, chicks, killing bad guys in interesting and quippy ways ("Shocking... simply shocking.."), and all the while being utterly smooth-- he was the man.
Last time I was visiting home I was up late watching TV with my mother and a Bond flick came on, and after watching the first ten minutes of Sean Connery's performance it occurred to me:
"Wait a minute, he's just an immature jerk!"
"Uh, that's absolutely right, Andrew."
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24th Apr 02, 9:49 PM
what about the James Bond OO7 games?
25th Apr 02, 5:27 AM
Whoa .... Twilight zone time. Myself and the lads were only talking about this the other night in the pub.
The Best and one of the funniest scenes I have seen was in Goldfinger (I think)......
Bond Walks into a bedroom and heads straight for the bathroom when a beautiful chick is in the bath (naked obviously). He pulls up a chair and sits down in the bathroom with a smile on his face.
The lady in the bath obviolusly indigent at his presence demands that he hand her something to wear, at which point with a smirk on his face Bond hands her a pair of slippers..........
I laughed my ass off at that..... :)
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