Shatterhand

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Shatterhand

Postby GoogaMooga » 10 May 2019, 07:09

"Shatterhand"? Other than being yet another grabby one-word title, why the uproar among some fans? It's a name taken from the Ian Fleming canon, an alias of Blofeld's. Anyway, mark your calendar for April 2020, for the 25th film in the most successful film franchise ever. Fifth and final film with Daniel Craig. Time to put away the Walther PPK...
"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck

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Re: Shatterhand

Postby St Jeemo the Humourless » 10 May 2019, 08:58

most sucessful after MCU, Star Wars and Harry Potter
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Re: Shatterhand

Postby Powehi » 10 May 2019, 09:32

Jeemo wrote:most sucessful after MCU, Star Wars and Harry Potter


I think the metric GM was using was the number of Bond DVDs in thrift stores

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Re: Shatterhand

Postby GoogaMooga » 10 May 2019, 16:04

Jeemo wrote:most sucessful after MCU, Star Wars and Harry Potter


Things change, I stand corrected. It was at one point, though.
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Re: Shatterhand

Postby GoogaMooga » 10 May 2019, 16:04

Powehi wrote:
Jeemo wrote:most sucessful after MCU, Star Wars and Harry Potter


I think the metric GM was using was the number of Bond DVDs in thrift stores


Trust me, Harry Potter wins hands down there.
"When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten." - John Steinbeck