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Die Another Day

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Bond is Bland!

    While there are many clever references to Bond movies of the past, this film fails to capture the fun and energy of the classic Bond flicks of the 60's. Pierce Brosnan is not the problem here. While he will never equal Sean Connery, he is far superior to any other actor to take on the role. It's just that the plot is so darned preposterous, and not in a good way. And Halle Berry gets way too much face time, especially considering her character is the least interesting female in the movie. Yes, there are gadgets galore, and Bond does his usual globetrotting, but you can't help but watch this movie and feel something is missing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    James Bond is 'Mr Impossible'

    James Bond character is suave, calm, and unruffled, Ian Fleming did never imagined this would happen to his character, but Broccoli’s made superman out of James Bond. However, Bond’s original taste, some lip-smacking scenes are there, but also push 007 classy character into graphics driven, sci-fi adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A little Disappointed

    Don't misunderstand, overall i enjoyed the movie, however there were some very non-bondlike techniques employed of which i disapprove. First rule of bond, no CGI. Part of the appeal of the series has always been that some crazy guy is actually doing those amazing stunts. The computer graphics only cheapen the thrill. Next rule, no Matrix-like slow motion or superspeed camera tricks. Bond is better than that. Also the invisible car was a bit much. The gadgets should be cutting edge, maybe a few years in the future, not silly. He's Bond, not Wonderwoman. But flaws aside there was more than enough quips, gadgets, exotic locations, beautiful women and the action we've all come to expect from Bond to entertain the masses...and as a speical treat for Bond fans there are a lot of allusions to the past to mark the 20th edition. A little disappointing but not w/o its merits.

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