A well-travelled bon viveur with a love of vodka martinis, beautiful women and (until recently) strong cigarettes, Bond is the ultimate epicure.
Rarely does a film by without some hedonistic example of fine dining and lofty living; in Die Another Day Brosnan was even seen puffing on a Cuban cigar.
Bourne, in contrast, has no vices to speak of beyond a tendency to wallow in self-pity and a love for adrenalin-inducing situations.
Hell, he doesn’t even smoke a hookah pipe when he’s in Tangiers.
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Oct 23rd 2012, 12:57
Erm excuse me? Tomorrow Never Dies one of the worst??!?! Hardly. I think thats up there as one of the best, well, top half of bond films for sure. Probably my favourite Brosnan entry. And Jonathan Price was a better villain than the critics said...
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Oct 23rd 2012, 14:42
"Tomorrow Never Dies is probably the least faithful 007 flick, It also happens to be one of the worst"
What on earth are you talking about? Great Bond film.
Oct 23rd 2012, 18:31
Bourne wins. Without the incendiary Bourne films, the Bond series would never have shaken / stirred itself out of the creative torpor with Die another Day (the worst Bond movie EVER )
Oct 23rd 2012, 21:27
I meant to say...the creative torpor that was beginning to show with Die Another Day.
Oct 24th 2012, 8:31
Die another day really was one of the worst Bonds ever. The tidal wave surfing scene in particular is as woeful as
Shia LaBeouf swinging through the trees like a monkey in Indy 4.
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