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How would you rate Kleinman's title sequence for Skyfall?
Loved It
46%
 46% [ 17 ]
Really Liked It
16%
 16% [ 6 ]
Liked It
24%
 24% [ 9 ]
Didn't Like It
11%
 11% [ 4 ]
Hated It
3%
 3% [ 1 ]
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PostSubject: Re: Daniel Kleinman's title sequence   Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:28 am

But he looks clumsy.

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After a second viewing I agree with the Ozzies. For all the reasons noted above, these titles just didn't work for me. They were the weakest element of the film, and given the brilliance of Kleinman's work in CR, that surprises me.

Don't get me wrong, I like it. Someone mentioned above that they look like something that could be on a Bond book cover, and I agree. I do get a retro vibe from it.

And I'm surprised people aren't liking the dragons. I thought it was one of the best parts of the title sequence.

EDIT: Also, is this the first time a villain has featured in a title sequence?
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PostSubject: Re: Daniel Kleinman's title sequence   Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:38 am

FieldsMan wrote:
But he looks clumsy.

Of course he is! He's just been shot and fallen 300 ft.

FieldsMan wrote:
Also, is this the first time a villain has featured in a title sequence?

Auric Goldfinger was projected onto Margaret Nolan in GOLDFINGER's title sequence.
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PostSubject: Re: Daniel Kleinman's title sequence   Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:49 am

[quote="FieldsMan"]EDIT: Also, is this the first time a villain has featured in a title sequence? [/quote]

Jaws' crotch serves as the backplate for Cubby's credit on [i]Moonraker[/i].

Appropriate, you might argue.

As for the titles, I loved 'em. Improved the song.
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PostSubject: Re: Daniel Kleinman's title sequence   Fri Nov 30, 2012 4:58 am

The maintitle i also have mixed feelings about it, not when i saw it but when the movie finished.
When i saw it feels as alternate world include Live and Death. Like the mirrors, what confused me at the end is that again it be preview on things stil to come in another movie, what i found very intresting from QOS. With the heart i must think about Death runs through my heart. See Casino Royale: You Know My Name lyric: The coldest blood runs through my veins.

From the 6 maintitles of Kleinman and also from the 7 in totaly since Goldeneye at this moment i mabey wil rank it 6th or 7th place, in other words in considerration to like it a bit more or less then the one from Tomorrow Never Dies. It wil not top Twine and Goldeneye.


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PostSubject: Re: Daniel Kleinman's title sequence   Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:02 am

Loved it. I'm glad they brought back babes with guns.

I think it was the best titles sequence since A VIEW TO A KILL.
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