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  1. Thread: Lakov Bond?

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    Wow. Not exactly the old show business edict,...

    Wow. Not exactly the old show business edict, "Give the folks what they want, and they'll keep coming back", is it, Mitch?



    I never mentioned Ariel, Mitch. You did.



    Mitch, our world...
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    Just before you leave, Nothing, may I point out...

    Just before you leave, Nothing, may I point out that discussing the physical features of various racial groups is not "racism". That's a common mistake made by people who don't think about their...
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    Yes, Justin, Craig fits the bill in those two...

    Yes, Justin, Craig fits the bill in those two respects.
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    Well, to draw a contemporary parallel, what would...

    Well, to draw a contemporary parallel, what would happen if the Star Trek producers cast a very short, obese man with tight curly red hair and a Jerry Lewis voice as Mr Spock?

    The paying audience...
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    Yes that's what I would have thought, James. I'm...

    Yes that's what I would have thought, James. I'm unfortunately becoming accustomed to seeing misuses of the English language every day, so I tend to see them when they're not there. Sorry. :embarasse...
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    Evidently you're out to cause trouble, so I won't...

    Evidently you're out to cause trouble, so I won't respond to your post in detail. I don't want the thread closed just for your sake. So, I'll block you now, and avoid further nastiness like this.
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    No. ;) I used "unfaithful" in a negative way....

    No. ;) I used "unfaithful" in a negative way. Subverting is also negative but I thought you meant it in the sense that most people so today, namely that it's a desirable thing. To shake things up, to...
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    In fact I did, Bro. It's probably my loose...

    In fact I did, Bro. It's probably my loose Australian way of expressing myself. Down here, you seldom see anyone with actually solid black hair. Except perhaps some people of our Asian communities,...
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    I think I read somewhere that courtesy is also a...

    I think I read somewhere that courtesy is also a requirement, OC.




    You know, some people would call it annoyingly pedantic, OC. :)
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    Yes, funny, that, eh?:Drogar-Happy(DBG): Yes,...

    Yes, funny, that, eh?:Drogar-Happy(DBG):

    Yes, I've been out of the film-making loop for a while. Life took over and wouldn't be denied. I came back here while in a rare idle moment, to enjoy the...
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    Wow. His mind twists things? Steady on, man.

    Wow. His mind twists things? Steady on, man.
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    Wow, you must have been a fun guy on the set, Old...

    Wow, you must have been a fun guy on the set, Old Corpse. :)
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    So did I, OldCorpse. In my very first post. ;)

    So did I, OldCorpse. In my very first post. ;)
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    Thank you, NorBro. I was generalising a bit, of...

    Thank you, NorBro. I was generalising a bit, of course, in referring to black hair in Slavic peoples. I would never claim that 100% of any racial group had black (or any colour) hair, just as I would...
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    Well, I hope you feel better, having got all that...

    Well, I hope you feel better, having got all that out of your system, OC.

    But I was asking why a blonde actor was chosen to play a dark-haired character. Remember? :)
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    Yes, I don't mind the rougher, tougher Bond,...

    Yes, I don't mind the rougher, tougher Bond, because it's more in line with what a trained murderer would be really like, but I don't go along with that "bringing characters into the modern day"...
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    Yes, granted, but casting a guy who doesn't look...

    Yes, granted, but casting a guy who doesn't look a bit like the Bond as Ian Fleming described him isn't subverting expectations, it's just being unfaithful to the source material.
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    Lakov Bond?

    While I'm on a roll, I thought I'd take a shot at another actor. He's the actor who now plays James Bond, Daniel Craig.

    Now, it's a bit ironic that Craig plays an agent who usually comes into...
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    Well said, couldn't agree more, Combat.

    Well said, couldn't agree more, Combat.
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    I think he was ~56 in 1992, and soon Yi was then...

    I think he was ~56 in 1992, and soon Yi was then ~20.

    But it's none of my business.
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    Oh you mean when he was in his 60s?:huh::undecided

    Oh you mean when he was in his 60s?:huh::undecided
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    True, that.

    True, that.
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    :grin: You didn't used to write material for...

    :grin: You didn't used to write material for Woody Allen, did you, DLD?
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    Lol, pretty good, James. :grin: But for the...

    Lol, pretty good, James. :grin:

    But for the best Walken impression I've heard so far, I have to point to an actor who would never make my favourite actor's list. His impression in this video...
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    It certainly would, Mitch! Fascinating to imagine...

    It certainly would, Mitch! Fascinating to imagine it. Although I can't see Nicholson asking a bunch of cutthroat bandits a naiive question like, "Where's your badges?":cheesy:



    Point taken....
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