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    I'm another of the Roger Moore generation. My favourites are Spy who loved me, For your eyes only and Goldfinger. I like most of em but not a fan of the Tim Dalton ones. Not his fault but badly mis-cast imho.
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    I really think yor missing out mate not having seen any of the older bond films.

    Have you seen any of the Connery,Moore ones.
    Ohmss is a true classic and my fave.


    Quote Originally Posted by Palazzo View Post
    I've never ever seen any of the classic Bond movies, despite the fact that ITV and its other channels seemed to screen them all the time. Saying that, I only saw Goldeneye and Die Another Day recently when I picked them up on the cheap. Really enjoyed Goldeneye and Love the final set piece, in truth I Intended to watch this due to the fact I was a big fan of the N64 Goldeneye game which stayed faithful to the film in almost every way. Die Another Day looks to be universally hated by the Bond community, this was Brosnan's last Bond and you can really tell as he's kinda just having a laugh. Despite that though, I love Die Another Day, yeah it gets incredibly stupid and some of the effects and acting are laughable but I had a hell of a fun time watching it and at the end of the day, isn't that what it's all about?

    I'll have to try and find The World is Not Enough sometime, remember going to see that for a mate's birthday back then. Remember all the hype when it was revealed the millennium dome would be making an appearance in the opening sequence? Wow, how time flies.

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    I used to loathe James Bond films but my nostalgic tendencies got the better of me and I've started to enjoy watching the old ones with Sean Connery. There seems to be one on every weekend! The first Bond film I ever watched was A View to a Kill. Not viewed as one of the classics but I love Christopher Walken as a bad guy and Grace Jones as his side kick. Don't like Roger Moore though. Way too smarmy and I'm not keen on any of the modern Bonds either.
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    Not fond of the modern ones myself mate.
    have not seen any since goldeneye.


    Roger may be smarmy for you tricky but his bond films are rather good.

    The spy who loved me is superb as is moonraker,and for your eyes only,and man with the golden gun.

    not just so fond of of live and let die reason being im not fonsd of the tarot card thing.





    Quote Originally Posted by Trickyvee View Post
    I used to loathe James Bond films but my nostalgic tendencies got the better of me and I've started to enjoy watching the old ones with Sean Connery. There seems to be one on every weekend! The first Bond film I ever watched was A View to a Kill. Not viewed as one of the classics but I love Christopher Walken as a bad guy and Grace Jones as his side kick. Don't like Roger Moore though. Way too smarmy and I'm not keen on any of the modern Bonds either.
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    One of my favorite Bond villains was General Orlov, Stephen Berkoff's rogue Soviet general who tries to start WWIII in "Octopussy."

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    The Spy Who Loved me
    Live And Let Die
    For Your Eyes Only

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    Yeah I agree with you there Darren, I intend to catch some of the older Bond movies sometime soon hopefully. I was kinda the same as Trickyvee in that I absolutely hated the sight of all things Bond but having fond memories of Brosnan's tenure and being blown away by Daniel Craig's appointment in Casino Royale, I admit that I have developed a bit of love for the 007 franchise.

    Bit of a question for the Bond fans who are up on the older movies, I remember being able to play as the old Bond villains on Goldeneye N64 and there was a bloke who wore a white top hat and had half of his face painted white, looked like some sort of voodoo character. Who was this, was this bloke an actual Bond villain?

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    OHMSS
    Casino Royale (2006)
    Licence to Kill
    Goldfinger
    From Russia With Love
    TWINE
    Goldeneye
    TND
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    Quote Originally Posted by Palazzo View Post
    Yeah I agree with you there Darren, I intend to catch some of the older Bond movies sometime soon hopefully. I was kinda the same as Trickyvee in that I absolutely hated the sight of all things Bond but having fond memories of Brosnan's tenure and being blown away by Daniel Craig's appointment in Casino Royale, I admit that I have developed a bit of love for the 007 franchise.

    Bit of a question for the Bond fans who are up on the older movies, I remember being able to play as the old Bond villains on Goldeneye N64 and there was a bloke who wore a white top hat and had half of his face painted white, looked like some sort of voodoo character. Who was this, was this bloke an actual Bond villain?
    That was Baron Samedi from You Only Live Twice who was played by Geoffrey Holder. He was Mr. Big's henchman.


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    A View To A Kill was on earlier. Got it on dvd though. I did watch a bit and it was really noticable how much make up, and how old Rog looked by that one - even he's said he should have left when Octopussy came out. His wig was a bit obvious, but he'd also really slimmed for his final one, bit like when he did his first Bond, Live and Let Die, Moore has often said he has a weight problem - basically eating too much and he loves his grub - if you've ever seen The Saint or The Persuaders you can see how broad he was and then by his first Bond he was very slim. Cubby Broccoli ordered him to 'get a hair cut and go on a diet' when he was cast...lol. I also felt he'd had a face lift before A View To A Kill was made as his cheeks looked awfully taughter than previously...

    Had a cracking opening theme tune by Duran Duran, and their video for the song was very good too...

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