A little W.C. Fields for those who like his wryness. The Diner.
🎶 Like heaven above me....
I love when the toggles drop. Would love to use them one more time....
Yes, followed by the Carly Simon theme. 👍
It is a cool scene... I just could never get into Roger Moore as Bond. Simon Templar, yes. Guess I was as guilty as those who had a problem with Daniel Craig ( who I think is a great Bond). There was just something about the Moore era Bond's that felt characatured to me.
Agreed. He was slightly wooden. I liked those films during my school years for the effects and the adventure.
I liked "Live and Let Die" which had Jane Seymour, and "Spy Who Loved Me" with Barbara Bach. Not all of the Bond women were that good.
I stopped going after the 80s
I enjoyed Roger Moore in the '80s but I was a very young man and you couldn't make James Bond uncool to me back then.
I think it was only later that there was the backlash against Moore and I might have jumped on that bandwagon a bit. I definitely felt a bit of happy for him watching this sequence.
I was making fun of Timothy Dalton there. I honestly couldn't remember his name. I had to forgotten that Pierce Brosnan took a turn. I do like him as an actor, although I don't remember his Bond role.
Brosnan is an incredibly prolific actor. He has been in some terrible movies but he does not shirk and always puts in a great performance regardless. I went on a bit of a Walmart discount DVD bin binge a long time ago and was astounded at how many movies he'd been in.
Plus, Moore's Bond went from cigarettes and "shaken, not stirred" to cigars and champagne. Bit too much of an envelop push for me.
Not done with CGI (of course).
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