ARGYLLE, WHAT THE FRICK IS THIS SHIT?!?FACT!!!

So this is coming out next week and I'm feeling absolutely zero hype for what looks to be utter trash.....

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While they've just released a music video tie in that looks cheap as frick considering they spent 200 MILLION FRICKING DOLLARS ON THIS SHIT!!!

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I went to a sneak preview of the first Kingsman in Toronto, Jan 2015 at Dundas square. Theater was packed while there were representatives of the studio there to host. Great energy and experience while the movie itself felt like a breath of fresh air for the secret agent spy genre what with its hard R-rated action.

<u><i><b>FRICKING HATED</b></i></u> The Golden Circle and haven't bothered with the prequel.

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  1. 1 month ago
    CreepyThinMan

    It's unfortunate that Barbara Broccoli is a stupid c**t because Mathew Vaughn Directing Cavill in a new Bond movie just seems like the most obvious thing ever! I absolutely loved what Vaughn did with X-Men First Class, which is my favorite X-Men movie, as he nailed the swanky 60's atmosphere, while I'd love for them to do a series set in that era and get the franchise back to its roots and I still maintain that Captain America: The First Avenger is the best non-Bond movie we ever got as it has everything you could want.

    Take Steve Rogers and make him a chain smoking, womanizing, borderline alcoholic and you've got the perfect Bond movie with an outlandish villain, his secret lair, plans for world domination and the good guy's storming it. I love that movie soo much and wish that the next series of Bond movies could capture that spirit and energy that has been sadly lacking since that scruffy looking thuggish twat Craig took over and have tried to "modernize" Bond while picrel says everything you need to know about the state of the franchise....

    • 1 month ago
      CreepyThinMan

      I know Bond has always been presented as a hero but I always liked the idea of having a version of him who doesn't fight for king and country but is a sociopath who really wanted to be a secret agent because it gives him the opportunity to travel to exotic locations, frick beautiful women and kill people with impunity all on the taxpayers dime. Think Patrick Bateman but more stable and not as psychotic.

      Anywho, I still can't believe they spent 200 million on Argylle but then that's pocket change for Apple who has my dream studio where they can make anything they want regardless of box office, demographics and censorship, but still finances these ridiculously expensive vanity projects when they could be shepherding a new generation of filmmakers by going the Roger Corman route; find talented people and let them make genre films (Horror, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Action, Comedy) and cap budgets at no more than 25 million. Can't make something good with that much money? Tough shit and give it to someone with more ingenuity determination and talent who can!!!FACT!!!

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Jason Blum is Disny/Hulu's Corman and what they make is... Just stupidly bad.
        A double-feature of The Producers and Get Shorty may elucidate what's happening with these budgets.

        • 1 month ago
          CreepyThinMan

          >Jason Blum is Disny/Hulu's Corman and what they make is... Just stupidly bad.
          >A double-feature of The Producers and Get Shorty may elucidate what's happening with these budgets.

          What bothers me is that there's THOUSANDS of great novels/novellas that would make for good entertainment but they don't buy the rights and adapt them.

          With companies throwing money at streaming to create content we should be in a new golden age of cinema. But they keep financing ridiculously expensive shit like this, projects that would haver never got a theatrical release for a reason as they're bloated and self-indulgent vanity projects.

          Killers of the Flower Moon cost 200 million dollars. You could have taken up-and-coming filmmakers and given each 20 mill and right there you'd have ten feature length films and released one per month keeping people subscribed if they maintained quality!!!FACT!!!

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Adapting novels is no better than vandalism. Leave novels alone.

            • 1 month ago
              CreepyThinMan

              >Adapting novels is no better than vandalism. Leave novels alone.

              People like to claim that cinema in the 70's was the "RULE OF THE ARTIST" but if you go back and look 90% of all the great movies made during that time were adaptations of novels (M.A.S.H, French Connection, Godfather 1&2, The Exorcist, Jaws etc...) with occasionally Chinatown or Taxi Driver being the few outstanding original screenplays.

              People also forget that it was really the people in charge of the major studios that turned things around, new fresh executives who were replacing the old guard and gave opportunities to up-and-coming filmmakers who they recognized were talented and why they did their best work because they had something to prove but then got self-indulgent which led to the collapse of New Hollywood and the rise of the next breed of executives who were money men that just saw movies as product and would hire people out of the commercial and music video industry whose experience with grabbing people with short attention spans which reflects the movies afterwards with "high concepts" and unlike novels didn't have a foundation to build upon!!!FACT!!!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >Get Shorty
          Have not seen this for years, just dl'ed it, it's great, and the cast is awesome

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >I know Bond has always been presented as a hero but I always liked the idea of having a version of him who doesn't fight for king and country but is a sociopath who really wanted to be a secret agent because it gives him the opportunity to travel to exotic locations, frick beautiful women and kill people with impunity all on the taxpayers dime. Think Patrick Bateman but more stable and not as psychotic.

        Anon....that's exactly what the character is and has been portrayed as since Connery up to Brosnan before he became a mopey moralgay homo. What the frick are you talking about. Connery and Brosnan personify this perfectly and exceptionally.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          to add I don't think he's a sociopath or an evil person but the allure is that he's not much of a good guy either or better put a boy scout. He loves his country but it's nothing too firey. He wants to live luxuriously and is monstrously competent, charming and nigh undefeatable. He's like a god among men, having the time of his life. He's not on the side of evil but he's definitely a rogue character with that bad boy allure girls love.

        • 1 month ago
          CreepyThinMan

          >Anon....that's exactly what the character is and has been portrayed as since Connery up to Brosnan before he became a mopey moralgay homo. What the frick are you talking about. Connery and Brosnan personify this perfectly and exceptionally.

          They were always fighting for a greater cause on behalf of the British government which placed them in the hero category. I just think it would be interesting that he just doesn't care what the assignment is, just that it allows him to travel, frick and kill while I don't remember Bond ever stating why he does the job, its benefits and/or disadvantages.

          to add I don't think he's a sociopath or an evil person but the allure is that he's not much of a good guy either or better put a boy scout. He loves his country but it's nothing too firey. He wants to live luxuriously and is monstrously competent, charming and nigh undefeatable. He's like a god among men, having the time of his life. He's not on the side of evil but he's definitely a rogue character with that bad boy allure girls love.

          >to add I don't think he's a sociopath or an evil person but the allure is that he's not much of a good guy either or better put a boy scout. He loves his country but it's nothing too firey. He wants to live luxuriously and is monstrously competent, charming and nigh undefeatable. He's like a god among men, having the time of his life. He's not on the side of evil but he's definitely a rogue character with that bad boy allure girls love.

          I partially agree with your assessment as Bond has always been a power fantasy that skates on the edge but you've got to be sociopathic to be able to manipulate women who you know will die if they help you which is what usually happens?!?FACT!!!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Matthew Vaughn was set to direct Casino Royale and his first choice (along with eventual director MC) was Cavill, who they both wanted badly. Craig was only cast because he went to bed with Barbara and forced Campbell to comply. Which is why he left since he couldn't bear to work with Craig.

      • 1 month ago
        CreepyThinMan

        >Matthew Vaughn was set to direct Casino Royale and his first choice (along with eventual director MC) was Cavill, who they both wanted badly. Craig was only cast because he went to bed with Barbara and forced Campbell to comply. Which is why he left since he couldn't bear to work with Craig.

        I may be biased because I LOVE Goldeneye and think Campbell did a great job on that and Casino Royale with Craig being the only misstep. Hiring Cavill now is the obvious way to go but if we were to go back I would have went with Michael Fassbender as I look at him in X-Men First Class and think to myself "That's James Bond".

        Bond needs to be tall, handsome and charismatic but not physically imposing which is Cavill's only caveat because he's bulky and would stand out too much in a crowd.

        !!!FACT!!!

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Then you should know an officially licenced comic book adaptation of CR had Fassbender be the model for Bond, Kingpin from Daredevil as Le Chiffre and it was very kino. Fassbender would be perfect, he has that British in him while also distinctly European as Bond's mother is a Swiss French woman.

          Definitely near the bottom on the James Bond iceberg.

          • 1 month ago
            CreepyThinMan

            >Then you should know an officially licenced comic book adaptation of CR had Fassbender be the model for Bond, Kingpin from Daredevil as Le Chiffre and it was very kino. Fassbender would be perfect, he has that British in him while also distinctly European as Bond's mother is a Swiss French woman.
            >Definitely near the bottom on the James Bond iceberg.

            Thanks for letting me know, I'll have to check it out 🙂 !!!FACT!!!

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >when the Bond girl removes her hairs

      Disgusting.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >has Henry Cavill
    >It's shit
    Color me surprised.

    • 1 month ago
      CreepyThinMan

      >>has Henry Cavill
      >>It's shit
      >Color me surprised.

      He just has the misfortune of getting stuck with project run by shitty people!!!FACT!!!

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Looks amazing. And that cat really has me grinning from ear to ear. What a cutey.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    who the frick thought this was a good look for anyone?

    is this another humiliation ritual?

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Just read the huge plot twist spoiler and it's fricking stupid and my first guess after seeing the trailer

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Agent Argylle is a woman. Yes, that was obvious. Perhaps Agent Argylle is even Brapper Dallas Howard herself. Although I'd like to see how they make that work with Sam Rockwell's character saving her on a train.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Spoil it, who gives a shit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      spoiler it here, I'd like to know what this is actually about and if I'm reading the trailer correctly. There's a part in the trailer where one of the bad guys says something like "capture her, we're going to make her write the next chapter." Is this really saying that a world government's foreign intelligence agency, or some international criminal gang are trying to capture this woman because they actually think she has some kind of precognition super power, and if they get her to continue to write her book they can learn about the future?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Damn, zoomers have bad context and critical reading skills. They literally state in the trailer that the things she writes about in the book actually happen in a 1-to-1 correspondence with a secret agent. And you're asking if the trailer nebulously hints at this? Goddamn.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >haven't bothered with the prequel.
    it was EXTREMELY stupid, and I really regret having watched it. It even had a Marvelesque sequelbait post credit sequence where the villain of a Spectrelike shadowy cabal is introducing a young Hitler and Stalin to eachother. Just unbelievable that someone would write something like that.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    obvious shill thread

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I want to have sex with Dua Lipa if ya know what I mean 😉

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Looks pretty fun tbh
    But I rarely watch Hollywood flicks. Too much nihilism, sarcasm, and forced gravitas for my tastes.

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