your hysterical,you should start a comedy club. you just cant stand to hear someone putting down that dog Berry.
your logic is so pathetic because when ALL my white friends hear me say that I hate the cosby show and then ask me if I am racist when they hear me reply back and say-"Actually no,I just find it to be stupid and not all funny.In fact I love Sanford and Son.Its one of my favorite comedys of all time and I have a few friends are black."
When THEY all hear me say that they all say-Oh I see.Yeah obviously your not.
You sure love getting egg on your face.
Last edited by Mr Parker on Jul 7th, 2012 at 07:14 PM
"The Daemon lied with every breath. It could not help itself but to deceive and dismay, to riddle and ruin. The more we conversed, the closer I drew to one singularly ineluctable fact: I would gain no wisdom here."
On reconsideration, Diamonds Are Forever is the worst. DAD has a one-up on it because Brosnan's actually trying, whereas Connery's completely bored and looks terrible in DAF. Plus, it completely forsook the potential follow-up from OHMSS. Terrible, and campier than any of Moore's entries except Moonraker and possibly The Man With The Golden Gun.
Good points, SunRazer. I'm in the same boat as you:
- Perhaps Diamonds' biggest crime is that it does what you said: forsakes the excellent setup for a sequel from OHMSS and instead gives us an opening montage with a confrontation with Blofeld clones worthy of an Austin Powers movie. Connery not caring at all, the horribly campy tone, all of that is terrible too as you mentioned. i enjoyed Mr. Kitt and Mr. Wint, however, even with the groan-inducing bomb in the groin move by Bond in the finale. Diamonds are Forever is the Star Trek V of the Bond franchise: I can at least watch it, know it's horrid, but still have a laugh ala The Room every once in awhile.
- DAD - while having a Bond actor actually trying in Brosnan and that cool ring sound frequency gadget - just goes way too over-the-top in the fashion of early 2000s CGI-action blockbuster fests. It's like producers Broccoli and Wilson thought Bond should be infused with XXX and Ballistic: Ecks Versus Sever or something like that. To quote the late Roger Moore: "I thought it just went too far – and that’s from me, the first Bond in space! Invisible cars and dodgy CGI footage? Please!"