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    I’m sure I’ve done this before in the Bond thread, but if I had to rate them based on what I like:

    Roger Moore
    Sean Connery
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    I actually really liked Timothy Dalton and I probably would rank him maybe a little higher if he had done one more movie. I know some people think he was too serious in the role, but I thought he was good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett View Post
    I’m sure I’ve done this before in the Bond thread, but if I had to rate them based on what I like:

    Roger Moore
    Sean Connery
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    Timothy Dalton
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    George Lazenby

    I actually really liked Timothy Dalton and I probably would rank him maybe a little higher if he had done one more movie. I know some people think he was too serious in the role, but I thought he was good.
    The Timothy Dalton seriousness was such a departure compared to the latter Moore flicks that I can understand why that could be a jarring transition for people. Then again, Craig's movies were very serious compared to the ones that came before and those are awesome, so who knows. I like all of the people that have played Bond and I don't think any of them were bad, it's just like choosing my favorite VH song or flavor of ice cream.
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    I am sure mine has changed over time. I like all the Bonds, but here is how I rank them:

    Connery (the top spot is his, no matter what)
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    Roger Moore
    Pierce Brosnan
    George Lazenby
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    Journey's End 2017



    Really good WWI trench warfare story based on the 1928 stage play. Great cast.

    Optimistic rookie youth vs grizzled veteran reality... but all heroes, the lot of them.

    I really hope I can find the 1930 version directed by James Whale. That would really be a treat.



    Edit: Cool! Just found the 1930 version on DVD at MovieDetective.net for about $16 after S&H. Looking forward to this.
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    "Lost Horizon". Curiosity was piqued by a sample in "A Wish For Wings That Work" so finally threw it on my queue. The film has been butchered over the years so some of the footage was pretty bad (not to mention the 7 minutes that are missing and only audio). In some ways, kind of reminded me of something "Star Trek" would do - a place not to be believed that most of the crew come to accept while there's always that one guy...
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    Love Lost Horizon...the book is excellent!
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    “Fisherman’s Friends” - while the group is real, I guess the story told in the movie is not. Still, a charming movie in which I knew none of the actors!
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    Think I first saw this movie when I was maybe 7?

    Funny stuff even as a kid.

    Notice that there is one take here. Not a bunch of editing and shit.

    It's funny to watch the old guy in the back slowly losing it.

    It's these sort of things that director's today do not understand.

    You just know throughout the scene that a big burst of laughter is coming... The one shot of everyone builds up the anticipation for it.
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    ...and how they zoom in to Ike at the end as if he’s amused by it all as well!

    “Burn After Reading” - the Coen Brothers, a great cast of actors, but if there was a point to it all, I’m not sure what it was...
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    Quote Originally Posted by billy007 View Post
    ...and how they zoom in to Ike at the end as if he’s amused by it all as well!

    “Burn After Reading” - the Coen Brothers, a great cast of actors, but if there was a point to it all, I’m not sure what it was...
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    Porky's still holds up. Watched it a few months ago and still was funny. Also for being a movie about getting laid, they did touch on racism a bit which wasn't typically done in those type of movies. That scene with Ms Ballbricker is hysterical. Kim Catrell was hot in that flick.

    Little known fact that I didn't know up until a few months ago. The actor who played Brian Schwartz also stars in Caddyshack as D'unnozio. Never put them together. Sort of like the the Scottish/Irish girl in Caddyshack is the teenage daughter in Animal House.

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    I know, John Wayne is supposed to be cancelled, but I always liked this movie.

    Quite cornball in spots so I can't recommend, it is definitely a very dated movie and it shows.
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    Introduced my kids to Rookie of the Year yesterday

    I loved this movie as a kid and they loved it as well. Despite the fact that it is a movie about the Cubs which will forever tarnish its legacy , it was still great.

    My girls were giggling at this entire sequence and thought it was hilarious (not best quality, but you get the idea)

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    Was expecting one thing when I went into this movie and I got another. Pleasantly surprised with how they crafted this. I hope this isn't a spoiler for some, but if you go into this wanting 'end of the world/disaster' porn, you might be disappointed.

    I felt they did a solid job of showing how a family might have to navigate the chaos of an extinction level event. Very much a human story.






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    Since when was John Wayne supposed to be cancelled?
    For a few years now, at least.

    There is shock and disappointment that a white man born in 1907 was prejudiced against blacks and homosexuals.
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