James Bond, interessante theorie

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Re: James Bond, interessante theorie

Bericht door Hyenas » 22 jul 2011 14:14

Denk het ook niet. Anders zou elke Monneypenny ook een ander meisje zijn want die leeft geen 60 jaar als jong en knap. De boeken houden zich aan één james bond en nu kunnen ze gewoon een roger moore en charming bond in casino royal ofzo laten spelen.

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Bericht door Frank_Costello » 09 aug 2011 19:27

Ik heb nog een theorie gevonden over Bond:

"Die Another Day is All Just a Dream"

More specifically, Bond is captured in Korea but doesn't escape from the torture. He's abandoned by British intelligence, who make the right decision to give him up rather than trade him for Zao - something Bond himself points out is MI 5's standard operating procedure. He DOES break, but rather than spew information, he goes into a dream world of his own creation, explaining why Die Another Day is so over-the-top in comparison to other films. The references to previous films are his memories, both of himself and of the Bonds before him, working their way into his dreams.
I see your WMG and raise you a slightly more elaborate version:
Assuming the James-Bond-as-Time-Lord theory correct, the whole movie is the "Dying Dream" which takes place as Brosnan regenerates into Craig. Why does it seem so incoherent, though? ANSWER: He's fighting in the Time War, and is in danger of being erased from history. Desperate, and determined to exist, Bond frantically claws at anything he can remember—his missions, his allies and enemies, his gadgets, and other things—in an attempt to preserve his timeline. The focus on "living to die another day," and the DNA-regeneration clinic, is Bond's subconscious forcing him to trigger the process.
Other critics have used words like "self-congratulatory" and "self-indulgent" against it. That's the whole point: the film we're watching is Bond's "happy place" where he's trying to escape about the horrifying traumas of this particular regen. (Think "Allan and the Sundered Veil," the short story from "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 1.) I imagine him being skewed and stretched in all directions as he plummets through the Nightmare Child, actually...
He ends up coming out of it quite unstable, and he has to be retrained and re-earn his rank of 007. It was so bad, in fact, that having blond hair was the least of his worries!

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Re: James Bond, interessante theorie

Bericht door timdekw » 10 aug 2011 08:19

Oké. Dat is niet eens zo ver gezocht... :}

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Bericht door Nielsholgersson » 19 okt 2012 23:22

ik zou Wentworth Miller als nwe James Bond willen zien,en shurk Robert Knepper.

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Bericht door Dr. Strangelove » 19 okt 2012 23:46

Ik zal het doorgeven, Holgie ! :N

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