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I would love to know what agent thinks entertaining is. It would probably be nightmare fuel.
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You're pushing me, MM. That's two instances of soporific being used in this thread, you fancy pants talkers.

 

Lookity here, Mr Diegetic!

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unnnnggggghhhh Lady Ghostbusters.

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I would love to know what agent thinks entertaining is. It would probably be nightmare fuel.
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Everyone here knows that my idea of entertainment is THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.'s sandwich scene.
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Speaking of garbage scripts we need to dissect.

(Bradito I'm so sorry babe I tried)
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I think there's definitely a difference, however, between characters like Bond in the old movies that are static, and characters like Captain America that are thrown into situations that force them to question their world views and choose not to change.
Absolutely. We're talking about the presence of or lack of conflict.

Classic Bond's conflict is very external.
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