I love Matt Damon's take on the franchise: "(On James Bond) He's repulsive. Bond is an imperialist, misogynist, sociopath who goes around bedding women and swilling martinis and killing people. The movies have a formula, they stick to it, and it makes them a lot of money. They know what they are doing and they're going to keep doing it."
It seems to take a lot of effort to get the whole family to watch a film these days but this did it. Liked the fact that the female agent, who looked to be 007's love interest, didn't become too important (and at times proved useful). The shower scene female was also quickly dispatched having served her purpose, even if a 'waste of a good scotch'. After that we got on with the action which provided some originality in places. Light entertainment that did it's job without too much annoyance.
BONUS: Okay, first off, who the heck doesn’t want to train like 007? The answer is no one. Everyone wants to train like James Bond... Not to mention he’s a badass fighter like our newest coach in the Superhero Academy: Coach Derek Mellino. Which is why we have our Fighter Path (Deadpool / Harley Qui…
"Dear Mr. Vernon, we accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. What we did, was wrong. But we think you're crazy to make an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us... In the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain..."
Celebrity Suit Outfits- Ryan Gosling To James Bond Suits
James Bond star Daniel Craig who had appeared in three spy movie already showed all 007 fans that he is quite capable for filling Bond fashion shoes. In those three films he spotted wearing over dozens of debonair suits made my renowned brands including Brioni and Tom Ford
James Bond: * The Spy who Loved Me * Roger Moore USA Movie Poster 1977