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Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!

Started this discussion. Last reply by JonEdanger Oct 30, 2012. 8 Replies

So the new James Bond movie, Skyfall has been available for screening in most cinemas for a couple of days now. I figure, this being a forum called the art of manliness, there'd be some Bond fans who…Continue

Advice needed on finding a trench coat

Started this discussion. Last reply by Buffalo Bill Oct 29, 2012. 5 Replies

Hello there, manly men,During the last few weeks I've been searching the internet for a place to buy a trench coat. The idea of the perfect trench coat surely differs from one manly man to another,…Continue

 

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Magnus replied to Justin Cook's discussion Video Games Hobby Or Waste Of Time.
"I think as one grows older, he finds that he no longer plays video games for the sake of entertainment, but rather for the stories they tell and the universes they drag the player into. At least that's the primary reason why I still pick up a…"
Oct 30, 2012
Nick H replied to Magnus's discussion Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!
"I liked Connery's Bond as a kid and thought that Dalton was the worst (I don't count Lazerby, he's not worth mentioning). Then I read the books. I think Dalton was the closest to Flemming's original character (or as close as…"
Oct 30, 2012
Magnus replied to Magnus's discussion Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!
"I see, that does make perfect sense. A new era of entertainment calls for a change, even in well-established franchises'like James Bond. I look forward to hear your thoughts about Skyfall. "
Oct 30, 2012
Jack Bauer replied to Magnus's discussion Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!
"Craig's Bond was a bit more like Fleming's -- but was more a response to Jason Bourne and Jack Bauer than anything else.   Bond was the cutting edge for a long time -- the ultimate tough guy spy.  Bourne and Bauer came…"
Oct 30, 2012
Magnus replied to Magnus's discussion Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!
"Well, a great part of my disliking the movie might have been because I expected something completely different. Craig's portrayal of Bond bore little resemblance to agent I was used to seeing in Bond movies, even if his renewal of the character…"
Oct 30, 2012
Jack Bauer replied to Magnus's discussion Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!
"You didn't like Casino Royale?  I don't think I've ever heard of anyone that liked Bond movies but disliked Royale.  If you don't like "over-the-top action" or "double crossing agents" ... maybe…"
Oct 30, 2012
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Skyfall: Let's hear your thoughts!

So the new James Bond movie, Skyfall has been available for screening in most cinemas for a couple of days now. I figure, this being a forum called the art of manliness, there'd be some Bond fans who would like to share their opinions on the latest installment.Personally I have low thoughts of Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. The movies got an exceptional amount of hype here in Denmark, due to the fact that Mads Mikkelsen (Le Chiffre) and Jesper Kristensen (mr. White) had prominent roles in…See More
Oct 30, 2012
Magnus replied to Zach Welch's discussion Not interested in making male friends
"I did much enjoy reading your post, Zach. I recognise the weird and annoying tension that often occurs when several males are spending time together with 'fresh meat'. In my case, it usually leads to misanthropy: the males needlessly…"
Oct 30, 2012
Buffalo Bill replied to Magnus's discussion Advice needed on finding a trench coat
"Sorry, I have nothing to say about trench coats but I couldn't stop myself from responding once I saw your profile picture.  Camus is my all-time favorite writer.  I even have a bit from his lyrical essay 'Summer in Algiers'…"
Oct 29, 2012
Magnus replied to Magnus's discussion Advice needed on finding a trench coat
"Thank you all for your helpful links and advice. I shall continue my search, your input is much appreciated."
Oct 28, 2012
Ken D Books replied to Magnus's discussion Advice needed on finding a trench coat
"Try J. Peterman. I've been a client/customer for years, and I've never once had to return anything. http://www.jpeterman.com/Mens-Outerwear"
Oct 27, 2012
Michael replied to Magnus's discussion Advice needed on finding a trench coat
"Welcome aboard! Are you looking for single breasted or double? Burberry is probably the authority on trenches. Brooks Brothers also carries several classic models. HTH."
Oct 27, 2012
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Advice needed on finding a trench coat

Hello there, manly men,During the last few weeks I've been searching the internet for a place to buy a trench coat. The idea of the perfect trench coat surely differs from one manly man to another, but what I am looking for is a black trench coat, preferably not leather. The longer the better. Not quite the signature coat of the Gestapo, nor the gothic-influenced one that Neo wears in the Matrix, I'm looking for what is undeniably a old-fashioned trench coat, not some of that modern…See More
Oct 26, 2012
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