James Bond Could Soon Be Canadian, Eh?The InquisitrOn the other hand, it seems Canadian writers weren't too impressed with recent movies like Skyfall. They prefer the classic James Bond, the man's man, the tough guy, the womanizer ? in other words, the character initially envisioned by Fleming when he ...and more »
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