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TheWorldIsEnough wrote:
Matt S wrote:

I don't like that it's black and white, and I don't like seeing Bond becoming a 00-agent. But especially I hate the way the gun barrel was done in trying to incorporate it into the story. And the gun barrel design looks really bad. The PTS was a huge disappointment for me when I saw the film the first time since it was much less than what I was expecting from a Bond PTS.

Interesting.  It's one of my favorite PTS for all the reasons you listed.

Same here  ajb007/martini

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Dr No:
PTS  -  --
1st Act  -  5
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  7

Total: 22/40

From Russia With Love:
PTS  -  7
1st Act  -  5
2nd Act  -  7
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  7

Total: 33/50

Goldfinger:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  9
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  8
ES  -  9

Total: 42/50

Thunderball:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  5
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  4
ES  -  3

Total: 25/50

You Only Live Twice:
PTS  -  7
1st Act  -  9
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  8

Total: 39/50

On Her Majesty's Secret Service:
PTS  -  6
1st Act  -  4
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  5

Total: 28/50

Diamonds Are Forever:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  5

Total: 34/50

Live and Let Die:
PTS  -  7
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  8
ES  -  8

Total: 39/50

The Man With The Golden Gun:
PTS  -  6
1st Act  -  7
2nd Act  -  7
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  7

Total: 32/50

The Spy Who Loved Me:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  9
3rd Act  -  9
ES  -  9

Total: 45/50

Moonraker:
PTS  -  9
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  7

Total: 39/50

For Your Eyes Only:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  10
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  9
ES  -  8

Total: 45/50

Octopussy:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  10
ES  -  10

Total: 44/50

A View to a Kill:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  10
2nd Act  -  10
3rd Act  -  10
ES  -  10

Total: 48/50

The Living Daylights:
PTS  -  8
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  8
ES  -  10

Total: 42/50

Licence to Kill:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  9
3rd Act  -  10
ES  -  10

Total: 47/50

GoldenEye:
PTS  -  9
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  9
3rd Act  -  10
ES  -  10

Total: 46/50

Tomorrow Never Dies:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  10
2nd Act  -  7
3rd Act  -  8
ES  -  8

Total: 43/50

The World Is Not Enough:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  6
2nd Act  -  6
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  8

Total: 37/50

Die Another Day:
PTS  -  9
1st Act  -  9
2nd Act  -  7
3rd Act  -  6
ES  -  1

Total:  32/50

Casino Royale:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  9
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  7
ES  -  8

Total: 42/50

Quantum of Solace:
PTS  -  7
1st Act  -  6
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  6

Total: 29/50

Skyfall:
PTS  -  10
1st Act  -  9
2nd Act  -  10
3rd Act  -  9
ES  -  9

Total: 47/50

Spectre:
PTS  -   10
1st Act  -  8
2nd Act  -  8
3rd Act  -  10
ES  -  10

Total: 46/50

Ranking:
1. AVTAK - 48/50
2. LTK - 47/50
2. SF - 47/50
4. GE - 46/50
4. SP - 46/50
6. TSWLM - 45/50
6. FYEO - 45/50
8. OP - 44/50
9. TND - 43/50
10. GF - 42/50
10. TLD - 42/50
12. YOLT - 39/50
12. LALD - 39/50
12. MR - 39/50
15. TWINE - 37/50
16. DAF - 34/50
17. FRWL - 33/50
18. DAF - 32/50
18. TMWTGG - 32/50
18. DAD - 32/50
21. QoS - 29/50
22. OHMSS - 28/50
23. TB - 25/50
24. DN - 22/50

1.LTK  2.AVTAK  3.OP  4.FYEO  5.TND  6.LALD  7.GE  8.GF  9.TSWLM  10.SPECTRE  11.SF  12.MR 13.YOLT  14.TLD  15.CR (06)  16.TMWTGG  17.TB  18.FRWL  19.TWINE  20.OHMSS  21.DAF  22.DAD  23.QoS  24.NSNA  25.DN  26.CR (67)

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MilleniumForce wrote:

Dr No:
PTS  -  --
1st Act  -  5
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  7
Total: 22/40


FYEO - 45/50

DN - You need to assign a value to the PTS otherwise you are rating it out of 40 only. You could use 8 (the benchmark) or 6 (approx. avg score that you gave to each category) .... so DN's score would be 28 or 30

And you were not supposed to rate FYEO  ajb007/tongue  .... You were supposed to rate other films by using FYEO as a guide (so basically comparing others films mainly with FYEO) ajb007/smile

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am747 wrote:
MilleniumForce wrote:

Dr No:
PTS  -  --
1st Act  -  5
2nd Act  -  5
3rd Act  -  5
ES  -  7
Total: 22/40


FYEO - 45/50

DN - You need to assign a value to the PTS otherwise you are rating it out of 40 only. You could use 8 (the benchmark) or 6 (approx. avg score that you gave to each category) .... so DN's score would be 28 or 30

And you were not supposed to rate FYEO  ajb007/tongue  .... You were supposed to rate other films by using FYEO as a guide (so basically comparing others films mainly with FYEO) ajb007/smile

Your system only works if people feel the same about FYEO as you do. You can't set an opinion as a benchmark. You're asking too much of people in this system.

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Matt S wrote:

Your system only works if people feel the same about FYEO as you do. You can't set an opinion as a benchmark. You're asking too much of people in this system.

If someone rates FYEO as the best, the scores of other films would tend to be lower. And if FYEO is rated at the bottom, the scores of other films would tend to be higher .... Alternatively, you can increase or decrease score of all the categories equally to adjust it to your taste

The main purpose of the system is to rate films relatively to FYEO as much as possible so that removes personal biases to some extent when ranking for e.g. I may like X movie more than Y but if I am comparing X and Y with Z independently, some of my bias is negated  and at times Y may get a higher score and I might surprise myself  ajb007/smile

Last edited by am747 (30th Dec 2015 16:33)

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Your logic is uncertain, where FYEO is involved. ajb007/shifty

Dalton & Connery rule. Brozz was cool. Craig is too.
#1.TLD/LTK 2.TND 3.QOS 4.DN 5.GF/GE 6.SP 7.FRWL 8.TB/TMWTGG 9.TWINE 10.YOLT

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Decade average:

1. 1960s = 45.5
2. 1970s = 42.2
3. 1980s = 41.0
4. 2010s = 40.0
5. 1990s = 37.7
6. 2000s = 36.3

Overall average per film = 41.35 (41)

Last edited by am747 (30th Dec 2015 04:40)

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am747 wrote:

Decade average:

1. 1960s = 45.5
2. 1970s = 42.2
3. 1980s = 41.0
4. 2010s = 40.0
5. 1990s = 37.7
6. 2000s = 36.3

Overall average per film = 41.35 (41)

am747 wrote:

48 = FRWL and OHMSS
46 = DN
45 = GF and TSWLM
44 = TB, LALD, OP and TLD
42 = YOLT and TMWTGG
41 = DAF, LTK and SP
40 = FYEO
39 = MR, TND, TWINE, CR and SF
36 = AVTAK
35 = GE, DAD and QoS


Decade average:
1. 1960s = 45.5
2. 1970s = 42.2
3. 1980s = 41.0
4. 2010s = 40.0
5. 1990s = 37.7
6. 2000s = 36.3

Overall average per  film = 41.35 (41)


ajb007/cheers

How did I know that this will all end up into another pointless raking table  ajb007/biggrin

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-------Dalton - the weak and weepy Bond!------
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I think some Bond fans are accounts, hence the love for
Lists of figures ?  ajb007/biggrin

“I didn’t lose a friend, I just realised I never had one.”

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Higgins wrote:
am747 wrote:

Decade average:

1. 1960s = 45.5
2. 1970s = 42.2
3. 1980s = 41.0
4. 2010s = 40.0
5. 1990s = 37.7
6. 2000s = 36.3

Overall average per film = 41.35 (41)

am747 wrote:

48 = FRWL and OHMSS
46 = DN
45 = GF and TSWLM
44 = TB, LALD, OP and TLD
42 = YOLT and TMWTGG
41 = DAF, LTK and SP
40 = FYEO
39 = MR, TND, TWINE, CR and SF
36 = AVTAK
35 = GE, DAD and QoS


Decade average:
1. 1960s = 45.5
2. 1970s = 42.2
3. 1980s = 41.0
4. 2010s = 40.0
5. 1990s = 37.7
6. 2000s = 36.3

Overall average per  film = 41.35 (41)


ajb007/cheers

How did I know that this will all end up into another pointless raking table  ajb007/biggrin

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SfnM-fDHlrs

"You see Mr.Bond, you can't kill my dreams...but my dreams can kill you.Time to face destiny" - "Time to face gravity"

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" It's a kind of Tragic !"  ajb007/wink

Although, If lists are what you enjoy, then list away  ajb007/martini  we all have
our passions.

Last edited by Thunderpussy (30th Dec 2015 11:46)

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Those who like to rate films on IMDB, if you divide the total by 5, you will get a number out of 10. That number can be used to rate movies (relatively objectively)  on IMDB:

Total = Movie = IMDB type of score (rounded)

48 = FRWL and OHMSS = 9.6 (10)
46 = DN = 9.2 (9)
45 = GF and TSWLM = 9
44 = TB, LALD, OP and TLD = 8.8  (9)
42 = YOLT and TMWTGG = 8.4 (8)
41 = DAF, LTK and SP = (8)
40 = FYEO = 8
39 = MR, TND, TWINE, CR and SF = 7.8 (8)
36 = AVTAK = 7.2 (7)
35 = GE, DAD and QoS = 7

ajb007/cheers

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Thunderpussy wrote:

I think some Bond fans are accounts, hence the love for
Lists of figures ?  ajb007/biggrin

Not an accounts but I like the figures to be well rounded  ajb007/wink

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One way of knowing how you have done on your ratings is to see what is the minimum that you can give to a Bond film on IMDB. For me, it is 6 / 10 in the worst case. Usually it is around 7 or higher. The total of my lowest rated films come to 35 or 7 on IMDB ....  So if I have a total of a film is less than 30, it would mean that I may have not rated the film as objectively as I would have liked 

So if someone has a total of say 20 for a film. It = 4 on IMDB. IMO, that would be a low overall score for a Bond film. In such cases, the rating could be off or not nearly as objectively done

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I am so glad that I am grown up and confident enough to make my opinion on a 007 movie without relying or needing it reconfirmed by IMDB or one of these pointless w rankings  ajb007/insane

President of the 'Misty Eyes Club'.
-------Dalton - the weak and weepy Bond!------
FIRST TO DISCOVER substantial evidence that Chew Mee is in fact not totally nude in the TMWTGG pool scenes!

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Higgins wrote:

I am so glad that I am grown up and confident enough to make my opinion on a 007 movie without relying or needing it reconfirmed by IMDB or one of these pointless w rankings  ajb007/insane

For whatever reasons, you are still following the ranking or ratings on this thread  ajb007/lol  .... The membership for the so-called misty-eyed club is not high, so I suggested you spend more time on recruiting some members  ajb007/tongue

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good strategy to go off topic and get personal  ajb007/crap

"You see Mr.Bond, you can't kill my dreams...but my dreams can kill you.Time to face destiny" - "Time to face gravity"

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Not a big fan of grouping films based on actors but anyways .... Avg score per film for each Bond actor:

* GL = 48.0
* SC = 44.3
* TD = 42.5
* RM = 41.4
* DC = 38.5
* PB = 37.0

ajb007/cheers