I’m seeing it on Saturday. I’ll leave reading it and my review until Sunday at least.
Look forward to your review.
Seeing it Sunday after Buddhist church.
Also have to get BARBIE in for my Barbenheimer weekend.
Me and the better half are watching both back to back. The cinema was clearly prepped for people doing it too, we don’t even need to change screens, just go somewhere else for an hour whilst they clean and change the film.
Last time I went to the cinema,I made the mistake of going with “a former jaws lookalike”! I was rather squashed!
Be glad that you sat next to him instead of behind him
Actually,the people you can see behind us moved!
Which one is first?
Barbie. I wanted to do it the other way round, but cinema only had Barbie then Oppenheimer if we did it same day
I expect both to be good, but Nolan, of course, will be the main meal.
I wouldn’t be strong enough to stomach both on the same day.
I’ll let you know how it goes.
Have kids. It’s a reprieve.
One thing the struck me here “so you’d want to cast your Bond?” As if that’s unheard of.
Unless Eon decided Nolan would have less input than Terence Young, Peter Hunt, Guy Hamilton, John Glen and Martin Campbell did…
A post for Orion:
Reminds me of the days when people paid small fortunes for a simple TLD DVD…
Cheers old friend! When TLD was released in March of '88 on VHS, I paid $90 for it. That’s $232.00 in today’s money.
Didn’t have a Laserdisc player yet, but there’s no stopping a Bond fan!
Cheers mate. (it’s been too long since we had one of these together).
But I was referring to the early 2000’s, when TLD DVDs were off the market and only available in the old Monsterbox. Everyone blamed Sam Neill because there were rumors that he objected against his screen test being published on DVD.
Luckily for him, there was a good website with great people around back in the day, who uncovered the truth and helped restore Neill’s reputation among Bond fans…
I know and remember it well. I was not quite yet on the Team, but at the time was being approached by a few and championed by Zencat.
Yes, the traditional old contract licenses. Ah, the good old days.