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tharakaf

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    What do you mean by "Bond not having to really exert himself in the fights"? I thought it was vice versa.
    Have you watch the old films machan? If you watch them you will notice that Bond isn't the type that will go through hell in battles. Normally he comes out of them with all his clothes in a decent condition. But in the Daniel Craig movies it isn't the same. They are very action heavy. I think the new movies have a lot of violence.
     

    sk_ralahami

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    Have you watch the old films machan? If you watch them you will notice that Bond isn't the type that will go through hell in battles. Normally he comes out of them with all his clothes in a decent condition. But in the Daniel Craig movies it isn't the same. They are very action heavy. I think the new movies have a lot of violence.
    Pierce Brosnan bond movie set eka balapan. mewa hodai yako :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
     
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    tharakaf

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    Then who is your favourite Bond?
    I like everyone except Daniel Craig and one other guy who did a film about a vilian brain washing some chicks.

    Anyway I think the reason for me to like the old movies is that when I started watching them I watched Sean Connery and the other old guys movies. This was because my father is a fan of Bond. If I started watching from Pierce Brosnan then it might have been different.
     

    Stimulus mind

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    I like everyone except Daniel Craig and one other guy who did a film about a vilian brain washing some chicks.

    Anyway I think the reason for me to like the old movies is that when I started watching them I watched Sean Connery and the other old guys movies. This was because my father is a fan of Bond. If I started watching from Pierce Brosnan then it might have been different.
    What do you think about George Lazenby? Because so many called he is the weakest portrayal as James Bond.

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    Stimulus mind

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    :ROFLMAO: This is the guy i coudn't remember. He too was shit. Think he got married in the movie and his wife was killed while they were driving.
    :yes::yes::yes:. Christopher Nolan once said this bond movie is his favorite Bond movie. Also, I think No time to die gets most of the influence from this movie. :yes:


    On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

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    Awatiyal

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    අනේ මන්දා
    ඔය ෆිලුමෙ අන්තිමට ගහන Cluster Bombs එකක් දෙකක් හොයා ගන්න නැති වෙයිද මචංස්ලා? අයවැය ඊලඟ කියවීමෙදි වත් නෙලල දාන්න.. එතකොට ලංකාවෙ 007 era එකත් ඉවරයි..
     

    pavanruka

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    Have you watch the old films machan? If you watch them you will notice that Bond isn't the type that will go through hell in battles. Normally he comes out of them with all his clothes in a decent condition. But in the Daniel Craig movies it isn't the same. They are very action heavy. I think the new movies have a lot of violence.

    You must be referring to some other actor, because James Bond, especially in his older movies, fights almost to his death. For e.g. In Diamonds Are Forever where he kills Peter Franks (and switches identities with him), Thunderball (after the funeral), From Russia With Love, with Donald Grant (towards the end)... The list goes on. You don't get such long-drawn fights (fisticuffs?) in the newer movies.