Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Takaharu, Oct 31, 2020.
Another legend passed.
Thank you, sir!
Rest in Peace Sean Connery. The Scottiest of Soviet submarine captains, Spanish immortal, father to Junior "Indiana" Jones, 00 doesn't take no for an answer Bond, and others.
Edit: You know...this is affecting me more than I thought it would. I liked him, but not my favorite actor or anything. Yet...yeah...this depressed me (more).
R.I.P to the Best actor to play JB.
And he were in so many great movies also...
Damn I thought he was going to be immortal
Absolute LEGEND ...R.I.P.
One of the GREATEST! R.I.P. Sir!
Rest in Peace, man...
"I have always hated that damn James Bond. I'd like to kill him." - Sean Connery
I was sad when he retired, and I'm more so even now. RIP Sean. One of my favs.
I am with you on that one... maybe at 50 years old he has been a huge force in entertainment for my entire life and that is a big loss. I just shed a tear and not ashamed of it
RIP Sean..... sad and makes me more depressed....
What a great loss, May you Rest in Peace.
He was the best James Bond ever. It's so strange to understand that the actors in whose films you grew up got older and even die. Of course, this is logical, because they are the same people as others, but it seems that they remain forever at the age at which they were filmed. I recently found out that Jim Carrey is 58 and I thought, what the hell? I only recently watched the movie Ace Ventura and he's so young and energetic there, when did it happen? and then I found out that this movie came out in 1993. I'm just not ready to realize this information.
I realized that too, exactly. I watch movies and when they are recent I see how actors aged, me too of course, it is just .... sad.
We are the same. I only realized this one when I watched again the movie.
RIP, Legends may not be immortal but they still live in our hearts.
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