Discussion in 'Community' started by Ender Sai, Dec 1, 2012.
Does the Lotus go in the water tho?
So yeah, regarding the run time... looks like it is indeed confirmed to be 2 hours and 43 minutes, which makes it the longest Bond movie yet. And the 20 minute pre-credits scene is the longest of those yet, too.
end credits are probably 10 minutes, sometimes 15 so basically it's going to be 2 hrs 35ish. So that helps a bit. It Chapter 2 was freakin 2 hrs and 50 minutes
I just pre-orderd my tickets for the film - the running time does indeed to be confirmed as 163 MIN!
Nearly 3 hours of Bond? Seems excessive, especially given how dragged out its predecessor felt.
Let's see how we go.
Was Spectre long? What a waste, I don't remember a thing from that movie other than Christoph Waltz just kinda smiling at Bond until the end where he's scowling at Bond. And the Mexico bit I guess.
Bought my ticket. 11 am. So, finish eating no later than 8:30, hopefully enough time to pee.
Roughly 2.5 hours.
NTTD will be longer.
I thought it was gonna be a short one , given the production problems - QoS had to be rushed 'cos of a writers strike and that one ended up as the shortest.
SPECTRE was a huge disappointment, not that my expectations were really high. But the personal history and rivalry reveal was just ridiculous to me. It would have been much better if Blofeld were older and had somehow masterminded Bond's career in the hope that he would ultimately join SPECTRE. Anyway, whatever. The Bond films have been running on fumes for a long time. Rebooting the whole thing was sort of goofy anyway.
No time To Die pushed back to november
Coronavirus 1, James Bond 0
Plenty of Time to Die.
It could also be seen as being responsible and waiting until more people can see the movie... maybe that's greedy because of the potential box office impact, but oh well. People should probably be more patient when issues affecting large numbers around the world are ongoing.
Wonder if the rest of the upcoming blockbusters will do the same.
They might have to if more countries start restricting crowd-related events like cinema showings.
James Bond not as young as he used to be - definitely in the at risk age group.
Isn't this the last film with Daniel Craig as Bond anyway?
This may be what the publicity department are counting on: the Heath Ledger factor. Think how many more tickets it might sell if Craig croaks it! They're probably preparing the new posters now.
James Bond: Do you expect me to talk?
COVID-19: No, Mr Bond, I expect you to start coughing... and THEN you will die!!!
so full 5 years after Spectre
1960s Bond film every 1-2 years , great
now- 2 films per decade mediocre-bad
I haven't been looking forward to this film until recently. I'd just started to get pumped for the April release. And of course we have no idea if we're talking about a great Bond film, an okay Bond film, or a Spectre-level bad Bond film.
there's already talk that if this movie is sitting there completed for that long of a time how great of a chance that it gets pirated anyway
Just release it digitally, skip the theater completely.