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Sophie Marceau, innit?
Don't say Denise Richards. It's not Denise Richards.
That was probably quite warm.
she was the second best thing about it after Bean.
weren't the jokes you were cracking over child rape enough?
I can, yes.
there's bound to be a guardian article soon where you can have a greater effect. go over there <3
Eva Green then
but probably Diana Rigg
The girl with the amazing eyes in 'For your eyes only'. The Russian agent in 'The Spy who loved me'. Isabella Scorupco in 'Goldeneye'.
it's what they do, innit. be hot and shit
brilliantly acted and a hell of a mix of personas. I think some of the Bond girls (this film in particular) are very, very one dimensional, so they're less attractive overall
had been Denise Richards, it would have been stellar. But actually Carlyle and Marceau carry it
Agree about Richards being dishwater though.
But that film has so much good stuff - the Marceau / M relationship being at the heart of it. People talk about how Craig brought new darkness to Bond, but it's never bettered the ending of TWINE where she's all 'you'll miss me', and BANG, he's all like 'I never miss' and then he sniffs her hair. Gets me every time.
it really was a good film. going to get it later tonight i reckon
It's really hard. I think I got about 2/3s of them then got bored
Live and Let Me Feel Your Boobies.
I mean, I haven't read the original novel but I had Roger Moore's diary account of the filming of Live and Let Die and he talks a lot in it about the racial issues surrounding the film including the fact that Solitaire is black in the novel.
There was even a strike or two by the black actors and crew over some issues regarding racial words on set and I think there was even an incident to do with the studio banning black power salutes or something ridiculous - I don't remember exactly now.
I probably still have it somewhere
OH yeah, there's an interesting passage in it where Moore heavily insinuates that's he's had a private viewing of the Zapruder film during a break in filming - he says something like 'Although I can't really talk about it I saw something that left me in no doubt that the official version of JFK's assassination is very far from the whole story'
This was when they were filming in New Orleans and the guy (who Kevin Costner plays in JFK) who brought the whole thing to public attention was Jim Garrisson - the New Orleans DA.
This was 1972. The Zapruder film was not shown in public until 1975.
and it's such a short paragraph at the end of a chapter. Definitely did a double take when I read that.
Moonraker is probably the biggest culprit.
i want to agree but i don't know what it was about her character that never quite made it for me
But I saw this picture in the paper at the weekend and was frankly terrified by the amount of cameltoe on display.