i pluck my nose hair. i cant' stand 'em and i've done it so much that i'm numb. i rip out huge hunks of hair at a time and don't even flinch. same with my ears. stay tuned for further updates and overshares. i'm growing some 'rhoids that'll need their own page soon. i got my eye on her technology to work a little magic on that area of anatomy.
I can't comment on the recent Bond films though since I haven't seen any since Roger Moore left the service. That wasn't anything to do with the actors to come, just never got around to seeing them. The Bourne movies were decent, watch-in-bed as well.
However.. There are a handful of movies that I saw as a kid in the theaters on opening night and I 'spect that no matter how good the remakes would be, I couldn't/wouldn't get past my personal attachment to the originals. I'd protest any Ghostbusters remake even if Murray was headlining. :-)
There are a couple re-vamps that stand out as well done: The Star Treks and Burton's Planet of the Apes. Both exceptional.
there've been some movies in recent memory that should go on an "Apology Tour". the most recent "Indy" offering is in the top five.
the fiasco that was "Lone Ranger" was at the top of the pile.
the "Lone Ranger" didn't act alone though. i had Great Expectorants.
tom cruise's "Oblivion" was a waste land of plot.
but, i must be the only one who thinks james bond aged well. i thought roger moore was the low point, and i only tolerated pierce brosnan (i can't talk about why) but Daniel Craig had some of the best 007 scenes ever.
i'm looking forward to enjoying the Indy franchise wherever it takes me.
in health care we are trained to use "appear" and "seems". i'm sure it must be the same in legalese as well.
for example, "it seems O.J. tried to cut off her head and was caught fleeing the scene of the crime." since 12 reasonable people couldn't come to the same conclusion it only "seems" he got away with murder.