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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbo View Post
    Hindi kasi suave Daniel Craig. Si Roger dinaan sa kindat. Dalton was obviously a stand-in or filler guy as they wait for Pierce to finish his commitment in the TV series Remington Steele. As for Lazenby, its quite obvious the role did not worked out.

    Nobody beats Mr. Connery as agent 007.

    Sana meron siya cameo dito the 50th anniversary film.
    +1, nobody beats Sir Sean Connery. Ganda pa ng body built, sa salita pa lang suwabeng-suwabe na.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by _Qwerty_ View Post
    parang mas bagay si Clive Owen na james bond..
    I agree. He was great in the BMW films. Why wasn't he chosen?

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    #13
    I think Hugh Jackman would really fit the role of James Bond... and for sure silky smooth speaking yan...kayang kaya nyang mag shift into brit accent from aussie...

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    #14
    Quote Originally Posted by locoroco777 View Post
    I think Hugh Jackman would really fit the role of James Bond... and for sure silky smooth speaking yan...kayang kaya nyang mag shift into brit accent from aussie...
    Parang ang bata pa ni Hugh Jackman....

    Pero magka-age lang pala sila ni Daniel Craig.

    +1 ako kay Clive Owen.

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    #15
    Daniel Craig may not have the suave image of Connery or Brosnan, he's a great actor and brings an intensity to Bond that's been missing all these decades.

    Like Matt Damon did for Bourne... the old Bourne was more genteel, more classical spy (like the older Bond)... the new Bourne is hard, brutal and modern... just like Statham's "Transporter" or Daniel Craig's Bond.

    Too difficult to go back to the old school spy style... since nobody would believe it nowadays.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #16
    Yep, they scaled it back towards "practical" spy movie

    Back in the cold war era, the world is shrouded with intrigue and mystery where a smooth talker might fit in ala KGB double agent

    Now you get a much more intimidating spy with a Jango Fett mien
    Damn, son! Where'd you find this?

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James Bond 50th anniversary movie