I dunno, I'll still give it a viewing.
I can’t bring myself to do it, they’ve got a new 00 agent in that black woman, yeah proper realistic, and it just smacks of virtue signalling womxn are just as strong as men if not stronger rubbish. I can’t do it.
It’s not me being misogynist, that I am
Errr.... You've made your mind up after 60 seconds, on the basis of "women in an unrealistic representation of intelligence work, is unrealistic" (pauses to let the irony sink in).
I've got news for you. Yes, it is you being a misogynist. But at least you're aware of it.
I think we should start a movement to change history, a film about Florence Nightingale.
The plot would centre around how Florence didn’t really have the stomach for nursing, so stayed at home, her husband, Dave Nightingale who was white, middleaged, and suffered from gout, drives a white horse and carriage delivering parcels for a living, decides to go off to war in Florence’s place. He makes all sorts of discoveries and fights infection, comforts the injured and dying and becomes a national hero! What do ya thing? Yeah thought so!
Every one carrying the ‘don’t leave home without it’ card.Well, we have already had various black actors state that it would be racist not to cast them as the future Bond* so standby for accusations of sexism in that future.
With Toby Stephens (son of Maggie Smith) playing Bond. He also played Gustav Graves in Die another day. That’s pub quiz tiebreaker level info I’m giving away here.........for free!The BBC have done some excellent radio dramatisations of the books, set in the time that they were written in and for. They work very well. Setting Bond in 2019 whilst retaining any link with the original novels is stretching plots and credibility too far.