A Conversation for The H2G2 Film Society

Lifetime achievement

Post 1


Now let's see... Jack Nicholson, love the man... George Lucas, we waited for 20 years for a prequel that didn't meet the expectations, but, hey, we still paid for seeing it. Nah, my vote goes to Sir Connery.

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Post 2

Demon Drawer

There is a link in the article to a forum over at Ask H2G2 but your vote is noted Adeve.

smiley - smiley

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Post 3


Stanley Kubrick. Definately.
Now that his life is over, we must reflect and look back at the films he has made:
1.Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
2.Full Metal Jacket (1987)
3.Shining, The (1980)
4.Barry Lyndon (1975)
5.Clockwork Orange, A (1971)
6.2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
7.Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
8.Lolita (1962)
9.Spartacus (1960)
10.Paths of Glory (1957)
11.Killing, The (1956)
12.Killer's Kiss (1955)
13.Fear and Desire (1953

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Post 4

Jimi X

Couldn't agree more....

Stanley Kubrick.

For '2001: A Space Odyssey' alone he is worthy!

- X

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Post 5

The Fish Killer

This is for the Blue.
My vote goes out to the Man himself, the greatest director in history, Mr Stanley Kubrick.
May he rest in peace.

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Post 6


Hard to argue with Stan "The Man" Kubrick.
Kirk Douglas would get my vote if it was for the "Lifetime Award for Cracking Up Interestingly On Camera".

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Post 7

marvthegrate LtG KEA

Chalk one up for Sir Connery.

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Post 8

Venus in Fly-Trap

If I'm allowed to vote, I'd vote for Kubrick.

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Post 9

Venus in Blue

I would vote for Kubrick too.

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Post 10


Tough decision......Kubrick and Connery are both more than deserving.

Personal favoritism must come into play, I suppose.

Add another vote for Sir Connery.smiley - smiley


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Post 11


You're right - I mean, he has Bond, he did a brilliant bit in The Untoachables - a great actor....
...but he wasn't in "Dr Strangelove", was he? So, I'm sorry, but it has to be Kubrick.

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Post 12

The Fish

Come on - Timothy Dalton was a far better Bond - had the "cold, avengeful" bit down to an art!
Peter Sellers - he was a good actor. And George Lucas did Star Wars - but my favourite sci-fi is 2001: A Space Odyssey/
So I agree with Matt - and he'll never forgive me if I don't - that it has to be Kubrick.

(Okay, so I said Kubrick - do I get my £5?)

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Post 13

Researcher 99947

Hmm... no women here, eh? (votes, that is).

Hmm... well, hmm... Connery is good, Kubrick already was awarded 3 lifetime achievement awards, so I don't think he deserves another... huh... Fine, I'm going for Anthony Hopkins.

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Post 14

Jack (that is DD's Fish)

Let me see it has to be Sir Connery who gets my vote.

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Post 15


Stanley Kubrick

I wouldn't be seen dead voting for someone from Edinburgh smiley - smiley

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Post 16

Ginger The Feisty

Connery for me!

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Post 17

Irving Washington - Gone Writing

I voted for Sir Sean Connery in the other forum, and I stand by that. I also plan to forego my usual pacifist ideals to say that I will fight -- to the death -- anyone who thinks of breathing an utterence of a word to tell me that there was a better Bond than Connery. TO THE DEATH, do you hear me?


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Post 18


I'd like to give my vote to Mr Connery as well. He acted so cool for an old bloke in films like `The Rock`.
Although I really like the actor Gary Oldman, I mean, maybe not the Lifetime Achievement type but a great actor. Don't you think???

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Post 19


I cast my vote for Peter Jackson, director extrodinaire smiley - smiley On another note I must agree with SciFiBloke(TheFish)....Timothy Dalton was the best Bond, by a long way (tho' Sean did get close in Dr. No smiley - smiley
BCNU - Crescent

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Post 20


Mat, i think you've gone over the top mate, you've voted for Kubrick under FIVE different aliases - including one of mine!!!!
Still, my vote goes to Kubrick too.

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