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    I hate all the older ones before Pierce took over, the last 4 weren't bad either.

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    Connery and Moore are the best from the fun era.

    Daniel Craig is the first believable Bond, in the sense of an international assassin. None of the other Bonds were portrayed as dark as this, and he really does look like he would coldly kill as many enemies of the British state that needed killing. And a few more for luck.

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    I used to like the Connery and Moore ones when I was a kid, saw Moonraker at the cinema when I was about ten, but I think they dated really badly, can't watch them any more.

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    We've been catching up on our Xmas discs, Guernsey literary etc was surprisingly fun. Murder on the orient express, we both went to sleep. We bought O Brother were art thou on Blu ray second hand from CEX, had it a couple of months now obviously, and opened the case to find the discs were 'Nymphomaniac'. OH was a right spoilsport and wouldn't watch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scurlogue View Post
    Connery and Moore are the best from the fun era.

    Daniel Craig is the first believable Bond, in the sense of an international assassin. None of the other Bonds were portrayed as dark as this, and he really does look like he would coldly kill as many enemies of the British state that needed killing. And a few more for luck.
    I think Timothy Dalton was actually closest to the Bond of the novels.

    Best actor as well.

    Just a shame his films weren't better.

    Next Bond I would cast Tom Ellis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinny View Post
    I think Timothy Dalton was actually closest to the Bond of the novels.

    Best actor as well.

    Just a shame his films weren't better.

    Next Bond I would cast Tom Ellis.
    Tom Hardy for me.

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    Death Wish (2018)

    Bruce Willis resurrects Paul Kersey, acting out revenge for an assault on his family.

    It won’t win any oscars, but if you like a good little action film give it a go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scurlogue View Post
    Tom Hardy for me.
    I'd go Aidan Turner. Hardy just comes across as a bruiser with very little of the panache that most of the other Bonds have.

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    Never thought about it till today but Michael Corleone's brother is called Fredo and Al Pacino's first name is Alfredo.

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    Hereditary. 2018

    Completely weird, yet compelling. Does what a horror film should do IMO.

    Worth a look if you like the genre.

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