What do you think you're doing?— Ben Aaronovitch
Heartwarming Bond Movie quotations
Ultimately, the bond of all companionship, whether in marriage or friendship, is conversation.
In the last James Bond movie, the villain was a culture captain, a tycoon of culture, a Murdoch figure. It's not as if people don't know what is going on.
If I could rub a genie and anything could happen? Truthfully, my other love, and this is a complete 180, but I'd love to do a spy or an espionage pic, like a James Bond movie.
No! Try not. Do, or do not. There is no try.
The difference between insanity and genius is measured only by success and failure.
My dear girl, there are some things that just aren't done, such as drinking Dom Perignon '53 above the temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit. That's just as bad as listening to the Beatles without earmuffs!
In 2007, my life changed forever. I signed on Tashan, a full-on glamorous masala movie, with two of the hottest and fittest actors around: Akshay Kumar and Saif Ali Khan. And me, rising out of the sea like a Bond girl, wearing nothing but a green bikini. I had nightmares of how my love handles would be on display for the whole world to see.
Commitment is the glue that bonds you to your goals.
I like being alone and I think this movie, as much as it is an investigation of connection and people bonding, I also think it's just as much about loneliness.
Look at every action movie in Hollywood.
Every leading man from Spider-Man to Batman to James Bond, 'Bourne Identity', every one of them possesses martial arts skills.
What I live and do is music. When I'm not doing that, I'm just kicking back, watching my stocks and bonds and checks coming in the mailbox. I really don't have anything else I do. I may go to a movie or something. It's just family time and things like that.
There is no civil nor religios law, that has broken, nor can break the bond of fraternity which nature has established between men.
I was born in Poland I came to Sweden when I was eight and always wanted to act and suddenly ended up in a Bond movie which was for me at that time absolutely enormous.
License to Kill' is not one of the great Bond movies.
I feel like the American years were my apprenticeship for doing a Bond movie.
I'm not interested in a realistic look - not at all, not ever. Every film should look the way I feel.
I mostly gave away what I had from the James Bond movie.
Our prisons are full of people who think they're Napoleon..or God.
Since I was a kid I've wanted to be in a Bond movie.
All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.
I watched a lot of the James Bond movies, certainly, both the old ones and the reboot with Daniel Craig. I watched a lot of the Matt Helm films with Dean Martin, which just have these great car scenes where it's rear-projected, and they just start making martinis out of a bar in the glove compartment.
The hackers who hacked into Sony have leaked the upcoming script for the new James Bond movie. Some of the executives said the news left them shaken but not stirred.
I think I would be a good villain in a James Bond movie.
I think movies are getting dumber, actually. Where it used to be 50/50 and it's 3% good and 97% stupid.
My father and I used to watch movies all the time.
That was our bonding time, so thats when I kind of fell in love with acting.
You have to strike hard from the beginning and create a depressurizing zone between the viewer's own life and the one onscreen. The creators of James Bond got it right: the attention-grabbing scene of each Bond movie is the very first one, before the opening credits.
Bill Gates is just a monocle and a Persian Cat away from being one of the bad guys in a James Bond movie.
Great moments are born from great opportunities.
John Barry was my hero when I was about 13.
His scores to the James Bond movies were the scores of my life back then.
It's a huge challenge, a huge responsibility.
Bond is a huge iconic figure in movie history. These opportunities don't come along very often so I thought, 'Why not?'
I don't like James Bond. They made him a super hero, but he is just an agent, a human being. In my movies, secret agents are more realistic, I didn't want to portray them in the most glowing colours.
To make a great film need three things - the script, the script and the script.
I had still never read one of the Bond books when the movie Dr. No came out.
What's cool is that in the story of the movie [The Hangover] our characters are also really kind of getting to know each other and bonding over the course of the movie. And I think you're seeing a real, a literal sort of friendship growing both in us as actors and on screen as characters.
I think I would be a good villain in a James Bond movie.
They were fairly weak, the last half-dozen of villains in James Bond movies were not that convincing.
I think James Bond is a spy. He's not superhuman. Calling him a superhero is like calling James Bond movies "comic-book movies."
Film works when a director and a star have a connection.
You know, when there's something telekinetic between them, there's a partnership, it's like alter egos. It's like James Stewart and Alfred Hitchcock, or Fellini and Mastroianni. I'm not comparing, I'm just saying, if you can come into a relationship where the director and star have such a bond, it's so much easier to make a movie.
I never ever thought that I would be in a Bond film, ever, which is weird because I grew up loving these amazing movies.
Sociologists say that going to the movies is a bonding experience.
It probably has to do with the way you feet stick to the floor.
There's no question about it. Beaumarie St. Claire and I, we created Irish DreamTime after GoldenEye hit. We made movies like Thomas Crown and The Matador. And in between my stints as James Bond, I'd go off and I'd do something like The Matador or Tailor of Panama, which was spy related, just so I could shake it up. It's a genre which really appeals to me.
I started my career wanting to make a 'James Bond' movie, and I couldn't get hired! I made 'The Bourne Identity,' and ultimately the impact of that film was that it changed the 'James Bond' franchise.
It's hard to visualize James Bond without seeing one of the actors who played him. And it's hard to visualize Harry Potter without seeing Daniel Radcliffe. A movie is so visually powerful, so overwhelming, that it tends to crowd out how you might have imagined things.
I'm just trying to think what other sequels there were.
There was the James Bond movies and not many. I think sequels have become a recent idea of franchising.