Yes, a crossover! I'll have to check out Fool's Gold.
Hey, why have you never done any Bond movies on this show?
2 Cinema Snob videos? In one week?
Oh, what a lovely day!
If not another Bond movie, how about Dragon Flies/The Man From Hong Kong?
BTW, any chance of The Snob hitting up Drive Angry? Yeah it's a bit newish, but it's GREAT and the sex scene has GOT to be up The Snob's alley!
"And not just to kill!" =D
I think it's a sin not to reference "Cool Runnings" whenever bobsled is brought up.
Or For Your Eyes Only.
This review was an interesting experience. I've seen this movie a million times so the plot summary was kind of boring to me. But I mean, I won't fault the review for that. I bet if I never saw this movie before, I would have had an even better time with this review.
Guess it's a shame I've seen every single Bond film ever made.
Weirdest thing is I just watched this for the film for the first time today....I didn't like it, I felt that the action was redundant, pretty much ski chases. The best fight was Dianna Rig's (you know she was Mrs. Peel right?) I didn't care for him as Bond but I liked his last scene and he could have probably grown into the part, the way Moore did. A while his manager was idiot for talking out of being in more Bond movies he's a bigger idiot for listening to him....it was JAMES FUCKING BOND what could possibly be holding out for!!??!!
Why's this broad wearing Linkara's trademark fedora? I think that's copyright infringement.
I'm in the camp that sees OHMSS as one of, if not the best, Bond films. I think it has more atmosphere and apart from some obvious back projection is better shot than most Bonds. Mind you from that sort of era, if I'm honest, I prefer the Harry Palmer films. But I do like 60s Bond rip offs quite a bit.
Wow, cutting back and forth from the Snob to the Fool really drives home what a giant quality gap there is between Channel Awesome's A-level contributors and...these other people.
Most of those A-level contributors, as you call them, started out that way as well. No one is born an expert.
Yay, a review of my all-time favourite Bond film! This movie has the best Bond Girl, best cinematography, best music, and best ending of any Bond film. Also, Lazenby was awesome, and his fight scenes are some of the best of the series.
Also, Timothy Dalton was the best James Bond.
I'd be lying if I said the co-host for this video was kinda 'eh', but I just can't say no to George Lazenby or to you, Brad.
I've always kind of liked this film and never quite got the low esteem in which it is generally held. Apparently I'm in the company of a number of fans here. Makes me regret even more that Zardoz II, in which Lazenby was to play Zed and Consuella's grown up son who is manipulated by immortal beings with a distorted take on Enid Blighton's Famous Five stories, was lost in development hell.
Wait, Zardoz II? Are you messing with us?
Oh yeah. Still, it would have been awe inspiring if there really had been a Zardoz sequel wouldn't it?
"Looks more like the Nazis that inspired Ilsa than Ilsa does."
Making fun of a rape victim would piss off the PC crowd, but I guess Ilse Koch doesn't count as human, let alone a victim. Funny thing, that selective outrage.
I disagree. The problem here is not making fun of Ilse Koch, but not acknowledging that men also can be rape victims! And what about the female privilege provided by our court system? In the womyn based society, men are always ruled against, from divorce settlements to abuse cases to child custody. Meanwhile, Ilse gets to sit at home eating bon-bons while the man goes out and works! And unless you're Tom Brady or some rich guy, women won't even talk to you. I'm a nice guy, and women won't give me the time of day. That's why I am a member of MGTOW. Look into it! Swallow the red pill.
So, think the ending of "Spectre" might lead into a remake of OHMSS? The pieces for it are certainly there.