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amp316 said:
brendude13 said:
amp316 said:

Also, don't ever mention Zardoz in any of my threads again.  That's a horrible black mark on Sir Sean Connery's wonderful career.  It's even worse than Never Say Never Again.  :p     

Are you going to review Never Say Never Again? I actually enjoyed it. *runs away*


I'm reviewing every Bond movie ever made.  Muahahahaha.

*I enjoyed it too.  Just not as much as most of the others*

Ahh, that's good to know. Do you believe there is no such thing as a bad Bond movie then?



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brendude13 said:
amp316 said:
brendude13 said:
amp316 said:

Also, don't ever mention Zardoz in any of my threads again.  That's a horrible black mark on Sir Sean Connery's wonderful career.  It's even worse than Never Say Never Again.  :p     

Are you going to review Never Say Never Again? I actually enjoyed it. *runs away*


I'm reviewing every Bond movie ever made.  Muahahahaha.

*I enjoyed it too.  Just not as much as most of the others*

Ahh, that's good to know. Do you believe there is no such thing as a bad Bond movie then?

I would say that I enjoy all of them better than 98% of all other action movies.  Let's put it that way.  That's why when I pick apart a movie like NSNA you shouldn't take it too seriously.  I like it much better than say, XXX.



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Rath said:
Dr.Grass said:
I'm not many people care about 007 movies.

I just want to say that diamonds aren't forever. In fact, at standard temperature and pressure, a diamond turns into charcoal.


Interesting if true. Can you provide a source?


Erm. It's basic thermodynamics...

The same process which turns common carbon compounds into diamonds under high pressure/temperature, turns diamonds back into those compounds under standard temperature and pressure (i.e what we experience now).

Google "diamonds don't last forever" or something along that line.



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Mr Khan said:
Another fun fact: Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd served as inspiration for villains in the 2000s cartoon Codename Kids Next Door as Mr. Wink and Mr. Fibb


I didn't know that.

Yet another fun fact:  Apparently Wint and Kidd are the names of two ghouls in the Fallout series. 



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amp316 said:
brendude13 said:
amp316 said:
brendude13 said:

Are you going to review Never Say Never Again? I actually enjoyed it. *runs away*


I'm reviewing every Bond movie ever made.  Muahahahaha.

*I enjoyed it too.  Just not as much as most of the others*

Ahh, that's good to know. Do you believe there is no such thing as a bad Bond movie then?

I would say that I enjoy all of them better than 98% of all other action movies.  Let's put it that way.  That's why when I pick apart a movie like NSNA you shouldn't take it too seriously.  I like it much better than say, XXX.

Oh, the irony, I just watched xXx 10 minutes ago and I love that movie too.

I understand what you mean though, certain movies just have "soul", that sets them apart from all the other crap that is produced these days. I feel the same way about games too.