Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

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Postby bjmdds » Tue Mar 05, 2013 11:17 pm

It was not a good film Jack but for some reason the minions bought into it's false praise and will continue to do so out of curiosity. Broccoli wants Cr-egg forever. I doubt he gets a phone call firing like our boy Pierce did. Cr-egg will probably have a last fling over champagne cocktails with the green vegetable then he will dump her and she will feel rejected and in need of Cavill's comfort. :idea:
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Wed Mar 06, 2013 2:51 pm

Well, here's something. Sam Mendes turned down the B24 whelming. I hope they literally fire Daniel Craig and Babs loses her part as a producer!!! MGM really ballsed it up within two decades, it's time to sell the rights to Warner Brothers, at least they still make old school action movies. And as well, the style of the films should revert back to the GE/TND formula with either Clive Owen or Michael Fassbender in the role of James Bond, a CLASSIC James Bond with manly persona like he was used to be from 1962 to 2004 (discounting DAD). I've had enough with an emotional cowardly liar and incompetent Bas***d taking the role of 007 and ruining the reputation of the franchise. It's time for Bond to be literally BOND again, the Sean Connery Bond that started in 1962 and ended with Brosnan. Gosh, I miss the old days. Yes, I know I may be too young to prefer old school, but that is how my father, a former Sgt. Major, brought me up. I prefer to be MANLY instead of being an emotionally unbalanced twerp like the modern protagonists in the films are, such as Twilight, Jason Bourne (discounting the literary original trilogy), and Christopher Nolan's pathetic Dark Knight. FULL STOP!
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Postby bjmdds » Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:47 pm

This exploration into the psyche of superheroes has become a joke. I hope they don't go down that path with The Man Of Steel. I want action, escapism, saving the world from lunatics and villains, not seeing why a hero is who they are, nor any Mommy Dearest Bond films like Skyfall.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:49 pm

bjmdds wrote:This exploration into the psyche of superheroes has become a joke. I hope they don't go down that path with The Man Of Steel. I want action, escapism, saving the world from lunatics and villains, not seeing why a hero is who they are, nor any Mommy Dearest Bond films like Skyfall.

Well said, sir. I couldn't agree more!!
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Postby bjmdds » Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:56 pm

Jack........YOU.......are "my kind of people" :!: :up:
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Wed Mar 06, 2013 4:03 pm

bjmdds wrote:Jack........YOU.......are "my kind of people" :!: :up:

I'm really honoured. And yes, I hate Nolan's take on Batman and every other superhero. Where are the Frank Miller, Greg Rucka, Paul Dini's takes on the superheroes? They were manly with those authors! But, Nolan just emo-ized the series, same problem is with the Craig films. It's aimed at emos, not manly people. Once again, sir. Cheers!
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby kater23 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:31 am

bjmdds wrote:Jack........YOU.......are "my kind of people" :!: :up:



I second the sentiment..JackJamesBond, you're definitely going to fit in here. :cheers:
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Thu Mar 07, 2013 7:50 am

kater23 wrote:
bjmdds wrote:Jack........YOU.......are "my kind of people" :!: :up:



I second the sentiment..JackJamesBond, you're definitely going to fit in here. :cheers:

Thanks, Kater23. Finally, my point of views are appreciated.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby Daltonite Toothpaste » Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:35 am

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JackJamesBond007 wrote:Daniel Craig is James Bond, huh? Even my grandmother does a better act and she's asleep than Craig when he's doing his best. Best? He's nothing more than the worst.

Maybe so in yor opinion, but he has just starred in the most successful Bond film of all time.

It's difficult to dispute that fact.


That doesn't equal quality.

Bagging a lot of global awards, getting into the 90's on RT, global critical accliam, and the 7th biggest BO film of all time, its not a bad benchmark to go by....


I'd rather use the benchmark of whether I liked the film, not whether a lot of other people liked it.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Sat Mar 09, 2013 11:39 am

Daltonite Toothpaste wrote:
The Sweeney wrote:
Daltonite Toothpaste wrote:
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JackJamesBond007 wrote:Daniel Craig is James Bond, huh? Even my grandmother does a better act and she's asleep than Craig when he's doing his best. Best? He's nothing more than the worst.

Maybe so in yor opinion, but he has just starred in the most successful Bond film of all time.

It's difficult to dispute that fact.


That doesn't equal quality.

Bagging a lot of global awards, getting into the 90's on RT, global critical accliam, and the 7th biggest BO film of all time, its not a bad benchmark to go by....


I'd rather use the benchmark of whether I liked the film, not whether a lot of other people liked it.

Good one, Daltonite, love the choices of your films, by the way.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby Dr. No » Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:43 pm

JackJamesBond007 wrote:Well, here's something. Sam Mendes turned down the B24 whelming. I hope they literally fire Daniel Craig and Babs loses her part as a producer!!! MGM really ballsed it up within two decades, it's time to sell the rights to Warner Brothers, at least they still make old school action movies. And as well, the style of the films should revert back to the GE/TND formula with either Clive Owen or Michael Fassbender in the role of James Bond, a CLASSIC James Bond with manly persona like he was used to be from 1962 to 2004 (discounting DAD). I've had enough with an emotional cowardly liar and incompetent Bas***d taking the role of 007 and ruining the reputation of the franchise. It's time for Bond to be literally BOND again, the Sean Connery Bond that started in 1962 and ended with Brosnan. Gosh, I miss the old days. Yes, I know I may be too young to prefer old school, but that is how my father, a former Sgt. Major, brought me up. I prefer to be MANLY instead of being an emotionally unbalanced twerp like the modern protagonists in the films are, such as Twilight, Jason Bourne (discounting the literary original trilogy), and Christopher Nolan's pathetic Dark Knight. FULL STOP!

Well at this point 10 years ago everybody expected Pierce to make his fifth, it was promised by EON, yet they took so long they successfully fired a good Bond adn hired a guy wiht relatively no on screen magnetism. Craig is good at playing a psychopath but that is not what and who James Bond is. Other movie series have adopted some of the Bondishness and Bond adopts more of the other movies persona and probably will continue to as long as Craig has the job.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby The Saint 007 » Mon Mar 11, 2013 9:28 pm

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JackJamesBond007 wrote:Well, here's something. Sam Mendes turned down the B24 whelming. I hope they literally fire Daniel Craig and Babs loses her part as a producer!!! MGM really ballsed it up within two decades, it's time to sell the rights to Warner Brothers, at least they still make old school action movies. And as well, the style of the films should revert back to the GE/TND formula with either Clive Owen or Michael Fassbender in the role of James Bond, a CLASSIC James Bond with manly persona like he was used to be from 1962 to 2004 (discounting DAD). I've had enough with an emotional cowardly liar and incompetent Bas***d taking the role of 007 and ruining the reputation of the franchise. It's time for Bond to be literally BOND again, the Sean Connery Bond that started in 1962 and ended with Brosnan. Gosh, I miss the old days. Yes, I know I may be too young to prefer old school, but that is how my father, a former Sgt. Major, brought me up. I prefer to be MANLY instead of being an emotionally unbalanced twerp like the modern protagonists in the films are, such as Twilight, Jason Bourne (discounting the literary original trilogy), and Christopher Nolan's pathetic Dark Knight. FULL STOP!

Well at this point 10 years ago everybody expected Pierce to make his fifth, it was promised by EON, yet they took so long they successfully fired a good Bond adn hired a guy wiht relatively no on screen magnetism. Craig is good at playing a psychopath but that is not what and who James Bond is. Other movie series have adopted some of the Bondishness and Bond adopts more of the other movies persona and probably will continue to as long as Craig has the job.


Fans have suggested that EA Games gave Brosnan his fifth Bond outing with Everything Or Nothing. It's a great game, and it would have certainly made for a decent Bond film adventure with a little work.

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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Mon Mar 11, 2013 10:27 pm

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JackJamesBond007 wrote:Well, here's something. Sam Mendes turned down the B24 whelming. I hope they literally fire Daniel Craig and Babs loses her part as a producer!!! MGM really ballsed it up within two decades, it's time to sell the rights to Warner Brothers, at least they still make old school action movies. And as well, the style of the films should revert back to the GE/TND formula with either Clive Owen or Michael Fassbender in the role of James Bond, a CLASSIC James Bond with manly persona like he was used to be from 1962 to 2004 (discounting DAD). I've had enough with an emotional cowardly liar and incompetent Bas***d taking the role of 007 and ruining the reputation of the franchise. It's time for Bond to be literally BOND again, the Sean Connery Bond that started in 1962 and ended with Brosnan. Gosh, I miss the old days. Yes, I know I may be too young to prefer old school, but that is how my father, a former Sgt. Major, brought me up. I prefer to be MANLY instead of being an emotionally unbalanced twerp like the modern protagonists in the films are, such as Twilight, Jason Bourne (discounting the literary original trilogy), and Christopher Nolan's pathetic Dark Knight. FULL STOP!

Well at this point 10 years ago everybody expected Pierce to make his fifth, it was promised by EON, yet they took so long they successfully fired a good Bond adn hired a guy wiht relatively no on screen magnetism. Craig is good at playing a psychopath but that is not what and who James Bond is. Other movie series have adopted some of the Bondishness and Bond adopts more of the other movies persona and probably will continue to as long as Craig has the job.


Fans have suggested that EA Games gave Brosnan his fifth Bond outing with Everything Or Nothing. It's a great game, and it would have certainly made for a decent Bond film adventure with a little work.

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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby Omega » Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:21 pm

I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:52 am

Omega wrote:I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Postby The Saint 007 » Tue Mar 12, 2013 11:07 am

Omega wrote:I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Just like the "There's only one James Bond, and he's currently being portrayed by Daniel Craig" response to why Brosnan wasn't included in the GoldenEye remake. It's bad enough I no longer enjoy the Bond films, but they go and ruin the Bond games with mimicking Call Of Duty and all.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:49 pm

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Omega wrote:I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Just like the "There's only one James Bond, and he's currently being portrayed by Daniel Craig" response to why Brosnan wasn't included in the GoldenEye remake. It's bad enough I no longer enjoy the Bond films, but they go and ruin the Bond games with mimicking Call Of Duty and all.

Why play a rubbish remake when you have the decent original?
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby The Saint 007 » Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:10 pm

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Omega wrote:I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Just like the "There's only one James Bond, and he's currently being portrayed by Daniel Craig" response to why Brosnan wasn't included in the GoldenEye remake. It's bad enough I no longer enjoy the Bond films, but they go and ruin the Bond games with mimicking Call Of Duty and all.

Why play a rubbish remake when you have the decent original?


It would have been nice if they had taken the original game and simply updated the graphics, gameplay, added online play, AI Bots, etc. But along with the original, there's always the GoldenEye Source version of the game to play. Even though the Source version is currently just a multiplayer game, it's still much more fun than Activision's remake.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby John P. Drake » Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:32 pm

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Omega wrote:I read Babs was asked why Every thing or nothing was not made in to a movie her response was that was Pierce's Bond and we make Craig films now.


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Just like the "There's only one James Bond, and he's currently being portrayed by Daniel Craig" response to why Brosnan wasn't included in the GoldenEye remake. It's bad enough I no longer enjoy the Bond films, but they go and ruin the Bond games with mimicking Call Of Duty and all.

Why play a rubbish remake when you have the decent original?


It would have been nice if they had taken the original game and simply updated the graphics, gameplay, added online play, AI Bots, etc. But along with the original, there's always the GoldenEye Source version of the game to play. Even though the Source version is currently just a multiplayer game, it's still much more fun than Activision's remake.

Activision under Bobby Kotick really became more greedy and disgusting. They took the 007 license and turned every title they made to rubbish COD, yet they criticized GERA. At least, EA tried to come up with something new, unlike Activision whom I call them after Bobby Kotick got his hands to it, Craptivision. I mean come on, ever played Soldier of Fortune and Soldier of Fortune II? they were literally great first person shooters by Activision, but since COD arrived, they ruined everything.
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Re: Craig is 'nothing' like James Bond

Postby The Saint 007 » Tue Mar 12, 2013 10:51 pm

JackJamesBond007 wrote:Activision under Bobby Kotick really became more greedy and disgusting. They took the 007 license and turned every title they made to rubbish COD, yet they criticized GERA. At least, EA tried to come up with something new, unlike Activision whom I call them after Bobby Kotick got his hands to it, Craptivision. I mean come on, ever played Soldier of Fortune and Soldier of Fortune II? they were literally great first person shooters by Activision, but since COD arrived, they ruined everything.


It's a shame that EA lost the Bond licence to Activision. I know EA isn't the best game company, but at least they tried to put an effort into their Bond games, unlike Activision who treats it like some cheap movie licence game you find in the bargain bin. It's almost as if Activision wanted to beat EA in the bidding war just for the hell of it. 007 Legends had the potential of being a great game, but they went and made another Craig Of Duty again. EON's arrogant attitude towards classic Bond will likely mean that we'll never get games featuring the older actors. I think it would be cool to have a Bond game with Roger Moore or Timothy Dalton.
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