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February 22, 2013

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scott

Craig and a set of clever filmmakers did the impossible in 2006: made the anachronistic, sexist and silly James Bond into something not only palatable to modern audiences but reinvigorated the franchise. I wouldn't have thought it possible, but it really has happened.

Back to the Future, awesome. Think of all the greats you're going to be able to share with them as they get older still. I know there's a lot of R-rated films they probably haven't seen.

Haven't seen Once, but I mean to.

Deborah

Skyfall is definitely Craig's best Bond performance yet. I loved it.

And you're the second blogger in my Reader today to mention Once...that must mean something...

jo

Daniel Craig is my new Steve McQueen. I haven't had a screen crush in a l-o-n-g time. That man is delicious.

Jonathan Arnold

Yay for Once! Still haven't been able to squeeze in a viewing with the girls, but hope to soon.

The girls and I watched The Secret Of Roan Inish (a John Sayles movie I also highly recommend) a few years ago and they had a hard time with the accents in the beginning. But soon we got into the rhythm and we never did have to turn on the subtitles. But I'll remember that trick for Once should it come to that.

kate fitzpatrick

We saw Once on Broadway. The stage was the pub, and they served the audience drinks during intermission! Great music.

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