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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post

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    Oh is that what he was saying...I thought he was getting double-penetrated...then I wondered how a man can get double-penetrated. I suppose one area with two things might count...might. Does the mouth count?

    Back on topic: Live and Let die was a bizarre film with an ok song. Fucking shark pellet my arse!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AffirmitiveAnxiety View Post
    Oh is that what he was saying...I thought he was getting double-penetrated...then I wondered how a man can get double-penetrated. I suppose one area with two things might count...might. Does the mouth count?
    You're asking me like I'm the expert in this scenario?

    Fucking shark pellet my arse!
    Is the missing punctuation intentional?

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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Is the missing punctuation intentional?

    *searches for Freud emoticon*
    LOL!!
    'One of (Lucas) Cranach's masterpieces, discussed by (Joseph) Koerner, is in it's self-referentiality the perfect expression of left-hemisphere emptiness and a precursor of post-modernism. There is no longer anything to point to beyond, nothing Other, so it points pointlessly to itself.' - Iain McGilChrist

    Suppose a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?"
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    Piglet was comforted by this.
    - A.A. Milne.

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    This was a beautiful title sequence. Definitely a runner-up to my favorite title sequence. I love the colors in this one. And the song is one of the best.


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    Just got back from the midnight IMAX showing of Skyfall.
    Believe the hype. It really is that good.

    This is the only Bond movie supercharged by Ni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck_of_Death View Post
    Just got back from the midnight IMAX showing of Skyfall.
    Believe the hype. It really is that good.

    This is the only Bond movie supercharged by Ni.
    Hopefully, in the next one, Craig's Bond goes after a dude trying to take over the world and gets to actually go to bed with the girl right before the credits roll.

    Also, I want more evil Bond girls -- like in the Brosnan movies -- not just clueless girls that met the wrong guy. And more catfights between the good Bond girl and the bad Bond girl.

    I'm seeing it tomorrow. Let me ask you, are there any other gadgets besides the palm-reading gun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Hopefully, in the next one, Craig's Bond goes after a dude trying to take over the world and gets to actually go to bed with the girl right before the credits roll.

    Also, I want more evil Bond girls -- like in the Brosnan movies -- not just clueless girls that met the wrong guy. And more catfights between the good Bond girl and the bad Bond girl.

    I'm seeing it tomorrow. Let me ask you, are there any other gadgets besides the palm-reading gun?
    Sort of. And if it is the classic Bond that you want, you're going to lose it.
    By the end, the series has come full circle.

    I will say no more.

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    I saw Skyfall last night and hated it. It was such a disappointment because I really do like James Bond films.



    Favorite movie: Casino Royale
    Runner-up: Dr. No

    Favorite Bond: Sean Connery
    Favorite Bond Girl: Eva Green


    Favorite theme song: Cris Cornell - You Know My Name
    Runner-up: Goldfinger

    Favorite opening title sequence: Casino Royale


    Favorite set piece: Opening scene Goldeneye


    Favorite Bond Baddie: Goldfinger


    Favorite henchman: Jaws


    Favorite Q gadget: Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger
    Favorite Bond Vehicle: Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger

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    Oh and I like this scene at the base of Dunn's River Falls.


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    Favorite movie: GoldenEye
    Runner-up: From Russia With Love

    Favorite Bond: Hard question - I liked Timothy Dalton - He seems serious
    Least favourite bond - Roger Moore - He made Bond the British version of Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau
    Favorite Bond Girl: Unfair question

    Favorite theme song: Diamonds are forever
    Runner-up: Every theme song in which Pierce Brosnan acted. The reason for this could be because he was the Bond I grew up watching and wanting to be. Therefore those songs will be forever in my heart / mind. *Sentimental*

    Favorite opening title sequence: Casino Royale
    Favorite set piece: Later

    Favorite Bond Baddie: 006 - Goldeneye
    Favorite henchman: Later

    Favorite Q gadget: Later
    Least favourite Q gadget - The stupid invisible car
    Favorite Bond Vehicle: All vintage Aston Martins - Can't remember to specify

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    Favorite Bond Girl Name: Later

    Favorite Pun (by Bond): No, Mr. Bond. I expect you to die! - classic

    Best death match - Moonraker Parachute scene - horrible movie though. It's unrealistic only because Bond is not wearing eye-wear. I have done Skydiving and mind you, you can't jump from 13,000 feet without protecting your eyes. The velocity is so high you can't even close your mouth. It would turn you eye lids inside-out if you are not wearing those.

    Lamest Villain Death (henchman): Later
    Best Use of the "Bond, James Bond" Line: Every movie

    Best Physical Deformity/Abnormality in a Bond Villain: Renard in The World is Not Enough (bullet in the head causes him not to feel pain) - same

    Weirdest Bond Movie: Live and Let Die - same
    Best Title for a Bond Movie: Licence To Kill

    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    Favorite set piece: Opening scene Goldeneye
    How did I ever forget that one. Yes probably the best. Thanks for sharing.

    It's funny that the person who has uploaded the video is implying that how 'what James Bond did' isn't possible according to physics at all but all the while I was ignoring it and thinking how realistic it was because it's just too breathtaking to be unrealistic. And besides it's James Bond doing it.
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