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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by johnsonuk, Apr 15, 2006.
marilynn manson......sorry i mean le chiffre?
freaky looking ****.
...that's realistic looking?
He looks like Peter Lorre
Who was actually the 1st actor to play Le Chiffre
Haha seriously? That's actually kind of awesome.
Based on what I can tell from the script that is indeed Le Chiffre. Very chilling indeed.
That eye is following me around the room.
Freaky. But also very cool.
uninspired to me :/
Give that man a carpet beater and he's lethal.
reminds me of christopher walken in "a view to a kill""more!......more powaaaaa!"and blofeld
I believe you mean to say "MORE COWBELL"
Looks like a classic Bond villain, maybe not enough like the novel's Chiffre for my taste. I still think he looks a bit too young and a bit too handsome.
I'm glad that they went with the scar. I want my Bond villain to be larger than life, not a realistic terrorist. This is James Bond we're talking about: Fantasy!
However, the scar itself is not that orignal. They should of come up with other 'disfigured' scars for le Chiffre.
Which is exactly why it seems like they're backpeddling a little bit with this design. It's not realistic looking at all...not that I'm complaining. The producers just seem like they're all over the place.
can't tell if your joking but in "a view to a kill" christopher walken had an distinct way of saying
""more!......more powaaaaa!" near the end of the film
lol great work turning Le Chiffre into blofeld but remember to delete the hair
hmm the villain looks too cliche. moreso than spoofs of a bond movie with a secret agent driving a ferrari etc
He's referring to the infamous SNL sketch where Christopher Walken says, "I got a fever and the only perscription is more cowbell!"
I think they could have used physical oddities other than the scar. His eye and earlobes are odd enough, maybe they could have made him paler and give him an even uglier haircut, and he would have been memorable enough. I agree with you that Bond villains should be larger than life and be somewhat physically monstrous.
Thats hilarious. I remember Chris Walken in that.
"Full powwa....do it!..moh powwa".
"I'm happiest...in the sadle".
There's more to his eyes than just a scar. He cries tears of blood, including while at the poker table. Very bone-chilling indeed.