I'm not laughing at you, KE. I would never do that. I'm just musing on the thought that James Bond movies appeal to boys mainly. I read all the Ian Fleming novels as a kid. I remember seeing a Bond movie in the theater and for the next two weeks I would walk through school hallways like this...
If asked what I was doing, I'd reply that I was avoiding SMERSH agents. It's a wonder that I was never sent to the looney bin!
and I was avoiding THRUSH agents
Danger Man was a favourite of mine and its follow up The Prisoner, Ive been to 'The Village' in Wales, the whole thing was a brilliant concept written by Patrick.
As for Bond Ive never cared for those movie's since Sean Connery quit, I havent liked any of the others at all, lousy actors imo the lot of them, Roger Moore being particularly bad, I dont know why - they just never grabbed me like Connery did. Even though the early ones seem very dated now.
Heres a clip from my favourite spy movie, which imo is a complete classic. No fast cars, sexy blondes or explosions, or tongue in cheek humour....just 1st rate script, storyline and acting, you can watch the whole movie on youtube.