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Shepgeek Nov 13
Then suddenly boom- from cartoon Bond to water boarding’ & scorpions. A new approach to the credits. This is bold, original and utterly torpedoed by the considerable shiteness of the song.
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Blane Beadnell Nov 17
On The Beasts - Who's Your Daddy Bitch???!! Odds Were 9 To 1 That I Made It Up A Tree When He Charged Me⛰️ 🦋 🇨🇭 elkhuntz 🌅
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Shepgeek Nov 13
David Arnold is giving it his all, with playful acoustic guitars. Oh Hell I forgot the sex scene. Quite what us all seeing his double-O face is meant to add to the film is a mystery. Bond pulls a woman 10 years his junior then punches a crude asshole in the face.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Oh he’s an Olympic fencer too. That was quite a year off. Meanwhile Madonna appears looking arch & puzzled as the hero & antagonist launch into the most Freudian scene in cinema history. It’s an utterly stupid seed that grows exponentially more stupid from now on.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Pierce is hairy. He then seems to fake a heart attack somehow. Or has a real one that be instantly recovers from. I actually prefer to think that he dies and hallucinates the rest of the film in his final seconds, which actually is way more plausible.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
“It’s pathetic that you British still believe that you have the right to police the world.” Villain makes reasonable point. The hovercraft chase is kind of fun but I’m not sure how it could be part of the villain’s plan, although that logic also appears in Skyfall.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
We then meet the petulant pre credits baddie. Little do we know that he is the main baddie with a plan to fake his own death, change himself into a white guy, become a billionaire & build a space laser so he can clear a minefield that he already has hovercraft for.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
God I Hate London Calling in films. It’s it’s so trite and cliched at the best of times. It’s also irritatingly reductive: London=UK. Also apparently we now give out knighthoods to foreigners that discover diamonds in Iceland within a year of them doing so. Sigh.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Bond walking into a hotel in his soaking jammies is cool- this first act is terrific. We then jump to Havana & get some proper old school spying, with code words and sleeper agents. This is really good, but we then cut to Haile Berry in a bikini because we can.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
The bullet in the gun barrel is slow and silly but the opening act immediately broods. The night surfing is cool.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Why is Bond saying he’s heard of this place when he was just given an old key and instinctively knew which old door in the whole of London it was for I mean this film is just completely oh no wait here’s an invisible car.
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Am finishing my look back over the Brosnan era. It can mean only one thing. The Bond film that put the mental in excremental.
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Original Soundtrack Nov 12
 12th November 2002 David Arnold - Die Another Day (Album) James Bond soundtrack
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Rocktober_Sky 🚀🌌🔭👀 22h
... Madonna's MusiQ Video and 🎬
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TheMmagazine1.0 Nov 18
THE QUEEN’S WEEK! November 18, 2002 met at the world premiere of movie.
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The James Bond Complex Nov 18
had it's royal premiere on this day in 2002. Ironically, the second part of our film review comes out this week
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Schr0d1nger’s Kitty - pronoun = they Nov 17
Replying to @Jugbo
. . . meh… who has the energy for all of that! I’ve been awake so long now I’m ready for a nap before date night. 😴
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Shepgeek Nov 13
Now the fencing scene. It’s just as well that Toby Stephens went on to do so well because he’s a bloody great actor who gets reduced here to a sneer. He’s doing some fantastic nostril work though.
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TheMmagazine1.0 Nov 12
THE QUEEN’S WEEK! November 12, 2002 The soundtrack with ‘s track is released!
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The Spy Museum Nov 18
Today in : World premier of , the 20th spy film in James Bond series at the Royal Albert Hall, London, 2002. Here's a look at the Jaguar XKR featured in film on display 's Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains exhibit.
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