#1
So I need to write a review for school about the James Bond film Die Another Day.
Anyone seen it? I heared it was kind of bad.
Cheers.
#3
Yeah, it was terrible.
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#4
Quote by GiantRaven
'It was so bad I don't believe I can ever write anything about it'

Just do that

Its pretty much true



lmfao

cheers i might do that
#8
This is my review of the movie:

First impressions: shi t

Dialog: shi t

Acting: shi t

Overall Impression of film: shi t
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#9
is that the oil pipeline one? yea....that sucked.

"the bullet will eventually kill him, but until it does, he will be invincible."

watch tomorrow never dies
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#11
Quote by Zugunruhe
is that the oil pipeline one? yea....that sucked.

"the bullet will eventually kill him, but until it does, he will be invincible."

watch tomorrow never dies

No, that was The World Is Not Enough
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Quote by Zugunruhe
is that the oil pipeline one? yea....that sucked.

"the bullet will eventually kill him, but until it does, he will be invincible."

That's The World Is Not Enough.

Edit: ^ damn teh jinx0rz
#13
Quote by GiantRaven
No, that was The World Is Not Enough

oops. its the hallie berry one? that one was pretty weak too.
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#14
Quote by Wikipedia
The "James Bond Theme" was written by Monty Norman and was first orchestrated by the John Barry Orchestra for 1962s Dr. No, although the actual authorship of the music has been a matter of controversy for many years. In 2001, Norman won £30,000 in libel damages from the British paper The Sunday Times, which suggested that Barry was entirely responsible for the composition.

A win on his part ... Well, a newspaper mentioned in passing that the other bloke wrote that theme tune ... £30,000 please!