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Moonraker is in the black widow movie

She is watching it on her laptop


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Craigs wife is in black widow,
Actually a good movie. More a spy /bond movie than we’ve seen in some time


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So is David Harbour...lots of Bond connections.
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Not sure how we missed this but RIP stunt driver and coordinator Rémy Julienne who died on 21 January 2021. 90 isn't such a bad age but it was from COVID-19 :(

I miss the creative, exciting car stunts he added to so many well known movies.

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acid wrote: Tue Jul 13, 2021 12:48 am Not sure how we missed this but RIP stunt driver and coordinator Rémy Julienne who died on 21 January 2021. 90 isn't such a bad age but it was from COVID-19 :(

I miss the creative, exciting car stunts he added to so many well known movies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%A9my_Julienne
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The Walt Disney Company has a counterterrorism unit? Now I want to see this in a future Bond film. I'm imagining spies wearing mouse ears.Image

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Kristatos wrote: Wed Jul 14, 2021 8:11 am The Walt Disney Company has a counterterrorism unit? Now I want to see this in a future Bond film. I'm imagining spies wearing mouse ears.Image

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It all makes sense now! The Craig Bond has been working for Disney Intel all along, that's why it's been depicted as such a Mickey Mouse operation!

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dirtybenny wrote: Sat Jul 03, 2021 4:38 pm Noticed this edit from our new "friend" to one of his earlier posts:
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Come on old boy admit it,
You call me old boy? You do age discrimination to me? That is foul conduct. Why you bring up age in first place? I am not old man. I am of millennial generation and I am replying because I will not stand for insults or be called something I am not. You already accuse me of fraud and liar and now you insult with age discrimination. Shame on you! :evil:

Ok, I'm done! This is a giant leap too far, I knew this guy was trolling, but this is tantamount to a signed confession!
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Kristatos wrote: Thu Jul 08, 2021 11:56 am Statement on the future of the James Bond franchise from Barbie and Ken, via the embedded journalists at MI6:

https://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/article ... -craig-era

I'll save you a click: they don't really say anything of substance, just a load of vacuous PR-speak.

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:threadjack: Speaking of being Mickey Mouse ⬆️
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Sandeep Jacobin wrote: Wed Jul 14, 2021 6:52 pm
Kristatos wrote: Thu Jul 08, 2021 11:56 am Statement on the future of the James Bond franchise from Barbie and Ken, via the embedded journalists at MI6:

https://www.mi6-hq.com/sections/article ... -craig-era

I'll save you a click: they don't really say anything of substance, just a load of vacuous PR-speak.

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S J, you want all references to Fleming's creation done away with? He wrote the books and it is HIS franchise. You sound like a cancel culture lunatic now......or......Nash reincarnated here to confound and be mischievous. Image
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Yes, the original books are far from politically correct(I’m looking at YOU, Live And Let Die, among others) but Fleming erasure? Yeahno.
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Careful gang, don't feed the troll.
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Probably a good idea.. I dreamt that we got into a major beef with you-know-where again..not sure what their deal was but we gave as good as we got.
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dirtybenny wrote:Careful gang, don't feed the troll.
My thoughts exactly.

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What does James Bond put in his bath? Bubble O7.
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Capt. Sir Dominic Flandry wrote:What does James Bond put in his bath? Bubble O7.
That's racist, probably.

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Saw a vinyl copy of the You Only Live Twice soundtrack..I was tempted..but I didn’t look to see how much it was(Barnes & Noble so you KNOW they charge more.Probably.)
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From The New Republic, The Failures That Made Ian Fleming:
https://newrepublic.com/article/162964/ ... phy-review

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Kristatos wrote: Sat Jul 17, 2021 11:16 am From The New Republic, The Failures That Made Ian Fleming:
https://newrepublic.com/article/162964/ ... phy-review

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An interesting read, but a bit too "post modern" for me. The last line of the article:

"And while the “real” Bond might have been a lot of fun 50 years ago, not many of us want him back."

Says two things, Craig is not Fleming's Bond and this author doesn't know much about the fanbase.
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