So Pierce is out.
I’m not sure that’s a good move. And I’m not sure replacing him with some unknown serious actor is a good move, either.
The other two times they hired unknowns- Connery, Lazenby, it worked out well. Solid actors, for the most part- just too bad Lazenby got an ego trip and couldn’t stick around.
But the last time they hired a “serious actor,” Dalton’s two movies were train wrecks. They hired Brosnan, who helped resurrect the franchise and now they’re tossing him like a bag of moldy tangerines. It’s like the producers have the Lazenby syndrome.
I’m willing to be wrong, but they’re going to have to pull a rabbit out of Odd Job’s hat for this one to work.
And in his immortal words:
5 thoughts on “The name is Bond. Jabroni Bond.”
[…] Let’s face it- things aren’t looking so rosy for the franchise. You’ve decided to ditch Pierce and hire some jabroni to play the part of Bond– strike one. You also decided to turn down an offer from Quentin Tarantino to direct the movie–strike two. […]
[…] A little more than a year ago, I was quite unhappy with the selection of Daniel Craig as James Bond. But after seeing Casino Royale , I happily admit I was wrong. […]
I would have to say that Daniel Craig is the best James Bond of all times.`.,
i think that Daniel Craig is second to Sean Connery when playing James Bond:`*
i think that Daniel Craig is only second to Pierce Brosnan when playing the role of James Bond.~`
Comments are closed.