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    did a bit of checking and roger was 58 in a view to a kill.
    Apparently moonraker was the most expensive bond film roger did.

    Love the space scenes and jaws helping james and dr goodnight escape.





    Quote Originally Posted by sf1378 View Post
    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...
    FOR THE HONOUR OF GRAYSKULL

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    Baron Samedi! Nice one Darren, I will have to check that one out, he looks like an interesting baddie!

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    Baron Samedi! Nice one Darren, I will have to check that one out, he looks like an interesting baddie!
    It's a good movie. Has a distinct 70s feel to it. Not sure I'd like it so much now if I'd never seen it before though... like so much else on this forum I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sf1378 View Post
    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...
    Yeah couldn't believe A View To A Kill came on on the day of my last post! I watched a bit of it and also noticed how old RM looked. I was laughing at his bouffanty hair.
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    Gotta go for 'The Spy Who Loved Me'.
    A view I share with Alan Partridge.

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    This'll make you laugh....had me in hysterics:

    http://youtu.be/GdUHtIyz1j8
    Last edited by sf1378; 28-08-2012 at 18:54.

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    James Bond Fail
    From The Man With the Golden Gun. Note the film crew reflected in the mirror.


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    Live and Let Die and Goldeneye are mine. Husband likes them all.

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    This'll make you laugh....had me in hysterics:

    http://youtu.be/GdUHtIyz1j8
    Expertly done!

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    Live and Let Die without a doubt, everything about it is superb, the theme, Jane Seymour as the beautiful Solitaire, Geoffrey Holder as Baron Samedi, the whole 70's vibe the way they talk, clothes they wear.

    Also like View To A kIll - for the Duran Duran theme, Christopher Walken, Grace Jones - nuff said.

    Casino Royale - Chris Cornell theme, Daniel Craig as bond, fast paced action and super slick for a new generation who were not aware of James Bond nor brought up on Bond like I was.

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