The Most Important Issue Of Our Time. v.1.

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Andy in Sig, 7 Feb 2008.

  1. Andy in Sig

    Andy in Sig Vice President in Exile

    TMIIOOT (Cafe version).

    It has to be: will the next Bond film be as good as Casino Royale or will they blow it going down the special effects road?

    Or are there other things bothering you?
  2. TheDoctor

    TheDoctor Resistance is futile! Moderator

    I liked Casino Royale - it seemed closer to the books somehow. Nice to get away from the gadgetry a bit, and have a plot (or what passes for a plot in James Bond films!).
  3. Maz

    Maz Legendary Member

    I thought casino royale was that 60s pisstake on james bond with david niven in the lead role...or was that called something else?
  4. OP
    Andy in Sig

    Andy in Sig Vice President in Exile

    You're right but I was on about the more recent remake with Daniel Craig which IMO is a seriously good film because it relied more on drama than stunts to keep up the tension.
  5. Tetedelacourse

    Tetedelacourse New Member

    Also the only Bond film which will have a sequel. That worries me, although I know not why.
  6. Chuffy

    Chuffy Veteran

    I hated CR. They got everything wrong and for all the guff about getting back to basics they still ended up falling back on a bloody stupid gadget (the in car defibrillator ffs...) Bond films should have at least some humour in them. CR had none, it was just grim and nasty. Pierce Brosnan in Goldeneye. Now that's how Bonds and Bond films should be. xx(
  7. Landslide

    Landslide Rare Migrant

    Called to the bar
    Except he was driving about in a frickin Beemer.
    Glad to see the Astons back since then
  8. col

    col Veteran

    Im not sure,i liked the film,but im a bond gadget man meself,love all the gadgets,there should more.
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