To give this film its due, this is probably one of the only films where you see Bond actually doing … an approximation of his job. … Rather than just walking in with a gun— And shagging … shagging anything that moves.— Renegade Commentaries,
A View to a Kill
The amount of money they must have spent in CG stuff just to get rid of Kenneth Branagh’s legs—why didn’t they just actually cut his legs off? … There must have been some paraplegic who can act. Could have paid him a lot less.— Renegade Commentaries,
Wild Wild West
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Wasn’t this thing named ‘WOPR’ because originally the— The proper NORAD one was called ‘BURGR.’ Yeah. … And QUARTER POUNDER WITH CHEESE wouldn’t actually fit on the side.— Renegade Commentaries,
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Die Another Day
- Very, very funny assault on the James Bond lump by Renegade, but also with plenty of insights. Great work! However, the bit of doggerel they talk about is: "He who fights and runs away may live to fight another day." I don't think has anything to do with the title of the film. Also, the "pictures of the husband and wife" near the end are NK father-son dictators Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il.
Zarban on 2009-10-17 14:19:43
- "However, the bit of doggerel they talk about is: “He who fights and runs away may live to fight another day.” I don’t think has anything to do with the title of the film. " That came from the official commentary for the DVD.
Ashles on 2011-07-13 05:33:35
- Where have you been Ash???
crazyman on 2011-07-13 13:53:14
- I couldn't bring myself to visit a lot of the old sites for a while. Now Renegade Commentaries seems to have gone.
Ashles on 2011-11-09 02:32:29
The Spy Who Loved Me
- Chris and Ash do a great job with the best of Bond. There's just a bit of background, but it's all very funny. They love the film, but that doesn't stop them from mocking the sets, the wardrobe, and poor, poor Barbara Bach.
Zarban on 2011-02-11 21:58:45
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