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Any of you absolute “no chance” guys change your minds? I’m getting ready to put it on in a few minutes…I’ve seen the others from this current universe more times than I can count…I owe it to myself to watch the final flick and close this period out. Review to follow…


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it's out on 4k disc later this month. Reserved a rental. If it's disappointing and woke at least it only cost me $3.



OK, so we got a trooper pulls someone over, we got a shooting, these folks drive by, there's a high-speed pursuit, ends here and then this execution-type deal.
 
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It isn't woke. It's not necessarily the best of the DC films, but it's a decent sendoff for the most recent Bond era.



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Bought the 4k disc of this for $26…. That made in cheaper than seeing it in the theater with popcorn.

Not the best Bond film (for me that’s Skyfall), certainly not the worst (that’s the one with the invisible car, whatever it was called).

Without spoilers, Bond interacting with a child is something new and added something like a new layer to Bond.

I believe they edited out a lot of the female 007 character…. One of the scenes they left in seemed very clunky… my guess is that test audiences didn’t accept some of the feminist crap that was in the original script.

I’m going to watch it again, but I certainly won’t put it into my disc player as often as I have with Skyfall.


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I thought it was solid. I actually dug the back and forth between Bond and Nomi. Far from the worst Bond film and not even the worst Craig film IMO. Honestly if anything let the movie down for me it was the villain. I feel like Rami Malik wast wasted and his villain was meh. He Started out solid but ultimately kinda meh.

For what it’s worth…….”James Bond Will Return”.


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Hated it. The premise around the villain and his plan was decent, but the rest of the plot having to do with Bond and Madeleine, the lady OO, and the little insertion regarding Q's romantic life I found awful. Wish I had skipped it and I loved the other Daniel Craig installments.
 
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Hated it. The premise around the villain and his plan was decent, but the rest of the plot having to do with Bond and Madeleine, the lady OO, and the little insertion regarding Q's romantic life I found awful. Wish I had skipped it and I loved the other Daniel Craig installments.


I agree those bits were eye rolling, but all in all, it's an ok way to piss away a few hours. I liked it will enough for what it is. For me DC's Casino Royal was a kicked down door of a new Bond. And this was a reasonable send off for the old chap.
 
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Originally posted by Salty Dawg:
Hated it. The premise around the villain and his plan was decent, but the rest of the plot having to do with Bond and Madeleine, the lady OO, and the little insertion regarding Q's romantic life I found awful. Wish I had skipped it and I loved the other Daniel Craig installments.


I agree those bits were eye rolling, but all in all, it's an ok way to piss away a few hours. I liked it will enough for what it is. For me DC's Casino Royal was a kicked down door of a new Bond. And this was a reasonable send off for the old chap.


well said,



as I have said before, (not sure if in this thread, not going to look) I think the Craig films have overall been good,

some of the best since Live and let Die or Man w/ the Golden Gun,
seems after those 2, to me at least, things got too campy,
brosnan did a decent job, as did his predecessor, (cannot remember his name, but can see his face,,dammit) but they still were not as good as the craig films


I liked the way the shows were more gritty, and I guess somewhat realistic, and how they all tied in together with both a good back story not covered previously (bond's childhood etc) and the easter eggs to the past films



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I watched it at the IMax and liked it. I also ordered it on BluRay and watched it again the other day. I thought it was good, not as good as Sky Fall, but still a decent send off for Daniel Craig.
 
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I watched this tonight. I was a little underwhelmed by the villain, who was barely on the screen with no explanation as to how he became the successor to SPECTRE and Blofeld. What was his backstory as to how he became the supervillian?

Overall it was a workmanlike movie although, to me, it seemed more of a generic action film, rather than a Bond film. They could really have plugged anybody into the lead role.

Sorry to see Craig move on, but I was glad to see that 'James Bond will return' after the credits.
 
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Hated it. The premise around the villain and his plan was decent, but the rest of the plot having to do with Bond and Madeleine, the lady OO, and the little insertion regarding Q's romantic life I found awful. Wish I had skipped it and I loved the other Daniel Craig installments.


I didn’t hate it but I didn’t like it much either. Picture quality and sound quality were stunning. Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos were both absolutely stellar. Superb from that point of view.

But the plot, etc, meh. Of the DC films I really liked the first one a lot, and each one since deteriorated significantly from that first one with this one being the absolute worst. By the end I was happy to see DC get lit up with missiles. I was hoping for a nice send off for him but this was a bit of a stinker.



OK, so we got a trooper pulls someone over, we got a shooting, these folks drive by, there's a high-speed pursuit, ends here and then this execution-type deal.
 
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I started to go see it then I realized, I have missed a Bond movie?

Yep, I have never seen Sceptre. I cannot explain it I never made a decision to NOT see it, I just never have.

So I tracked down the 4k Craig collection and also purchased No Time to Die in 4k and WTH mind as well pick up Dune in 4k. The wife texted me on the way home. What did you just buy at Best Buy for $104? I dont know how she knows, but she always knows. Anyway, I figure it is all a wash, I probably saved that much by not seeing these last two in the theater. I just cant take the talkers, and phone idiots anymore.



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