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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by terry78, May 8, 2013.
And so it goes.
Good thing they got an Irishman to play the lead then.
*nudge nudge wink wink*
That title. I'm expecting two hours of this...
If I said what's the difference, how much of a ruckus would that cause?
Brosnan got to make out with her sister in "The World is not enough" too''
Serena Scott Thomas
The ruckus would be directly proportional to the Hype members' awareness of the historical and social tensions between England and Ireland.
I'll see how this one develops.
Brosnan wise, I am looking forward to him returning to the spy genre in 'November Man' with Quantum of Solace's Olga Kurylenko. Bond-like character or not, it’s sure to be fun. Perhaps like how Connery had ‘The Rock’.
I like Brosnan, but his recent comments in regards to the Bond franchise have elevated my opinion. Saying he has gratitude for having played the role, praising Craig and saying it’s his time in the sun. And clearing up that he wasn’t invited to the Oscars, thus he didn’t snub anything.
I don't think English people would care but some Irish people on the other hand would be seriously mad.
Hell most people outside north america can't tell the difference between Mexicans, Candaians and Americans so its no big deal.
Yeah..Ryan Gosling is a Canadian and I don't think most people know or care!
America is so diverse, or rather the North American continent, that I've often wonder if anyone can tell the difference anymore. With John Cho, he's an American with Korean heritage (Or I think he was born there but raised here), but I would doubt anyone would confuse him with a South Korean actor. There's a certain American swagger that people have here.
There are people who can't tell the difference between canadians and mexicans?
They're both socialist swine.
Just don't piss off the maple syrup cartels, that's all I'm sayin'.
Hahaha that's how I have sex.....