Remember that ridiculously long sword fight from the disappointingly cheesy 2002 James Bond flick "Die Another Day"? That was back when Pierce Brosnan played a less roguish 007, one that was a bit more refined and elegant than today's darker, brooding, dark-past-riddled Bond, played with grit and great physicality by blond-haired, blue-eyed Daniel Craig. But I digress; back to "Die Another Day." Turns out, someone with extra time and a mysterious motivation to make a forgettable Bond movie unforgettable has replaced the regular sabers used in the two-minute sequence with red and blue light sabers (sound effects included, natch). The result is, well, what it is: James Bond with light sabers.