JetSetWilly wrote: Katzkatz wrote:
crusto wrote:On the subject of Brosnan Bond films, which is the one with absolutely diabolical special effects? Iirc it may have some sort of surfing scene in it. But I honestly couldnt believe it was actually from the 90's when I saw it.
Die Another Day. It also featured an invisible car and Madonna! That is all you need to know about that film! It was released in 2002.
I actually went to the cinema to watch that, and I thought it was pretty good at the time. I still do, but it is the weakest of the Brosnan Bonds, with awful CGI, and a plot that's been ripped from Diamonds Are Forever wholesale.
I saw it at the cinema too. It was one of those films where I enjoyed it at the time but looking back now it isn't that amazing. Not awful but nothing I'd go out of my way to re-watch. I think they had the villain's Jag (or one
of them anyway - I'm assuming they have multiple examples on the set) in the Coventry Transport Museum last time I went. The green XK with a minigun in the boot
I've gone off Bond films in general though to be honest. Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies
and The World is Not Enough
are okay but the older ones can sometimes be a bit too cheesy to watch these days and the Daniel Craig films feel too different to be true Bond films. I dunno...I don't hate
them, I just don't enjoy them like I used to.
Ended up watching Eurovision for some insane reason last night and what a load of sh!t. The usual political voting and false-looking grins were out in force and I feel sorry for our entry who was already doomed to get such a terrible score.
The only reason to watch is to check out the international totty representing the other European countries/announcing the results from their country but even that isn't worth sitting through several hours worth of utter bilge for.
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