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I have had that Mastorakis film on DVD for years. I don't know why. [Smile]
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Oh you 2 lol
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It is weird and disgusting. Mastorakis is such a goofy film maker. He has some talent as a competent director, but those plots of his are either dreary or crazy. Sometimes both. [Smile]
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Watched Thunderball last night.

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You can't beat a good old, old Bond.....

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whats your favorite connery bond?
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From Russia With Love. it's the last one where they stayed pretty true to the Fleming novel. Goldfinger is very very good, as well.

I've read the novels over and again, and once you get the original of Moonraker in your mind, the Moore-fest doesn't really cut it.

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"From Russia with Love," most definitely, guys. I like "Goldfinger" and "Dr. No" next. Weakest Connery Bond is probably "Diamonds Are Forever."
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Roger Moore is better anyway [Cool]
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quote:
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"From Russia with Love," most definitely, guys. I like "Goldfinger" and "Dr. No" next. Weakest Connery Bond is probably "Diamonds Are Forever."

I would have to say Never Say Never Again is the weakest Sean Connery Bond altough I guess it is not a legitimate part of the Bond franchise.
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cant decide between russia and gold finger


i would have like to seen dalton take over instead of moore in those films, i like moore but i thought dalton did the better job

all right rank the bonds

connery
brosnan
dalton
moore
lazenby

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Connery
Moore
Craig
Lazenby
Brosnan
Dalton

Sorry, TGP, but IMHO Dalton was too smooth and suffered from the politically correctness of his time to make a really good Bond. and Bond never had a noustache.....

He was not the Bond of the novels (that accolade goes to Connery and possibly Craig) whilst Moore was the first Bond I knew as a child watching the movies, so I will always have a soft spot for him and his safari suits....

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Moore
Connery
Craig
Dalton
Brosnan
Lazenby

It's 50/50 between Dalton and Brosnan.

I think I like Moore the best because of his cheeky sense of humour and the fact that he appeared in more Bond films than any of the others (7 in total) and all those films were pretty damn good. At least I don't think you can argue between the top two. Moore and Connery have obviously got to be the first two in the list. I'd like to see someone put someone above them.

TGP, how can you possibly put Moore near the bottom of the list?

An interesting bit of trivia that most people don't know is that Moore is actually older than Connery by 3 years.

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It'd be interesting to see where people would have placed David Niven, who of course played Bond in the original Casino Royale.
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i think woody allen's bond was better than daniel craig's

paul, dalton movies politcal correctness as in?

lomax, no offense to moore, he just happened to be in the list with these guys, connery is the orginal, brosnan had the best opening scenes of them all, and dalton did the serious bit the way it should have been done as oppose to craig

i like moore's films but some of the real goofy parts hold him back

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I have not seen Casino Royale (1967) but I assume that we can't suggest that this is really part of the bond series. I do like David Niven as an actor though.

I do like all the Bonds apart from Lazenby. He just didn't seem to do it for me as Bond.

I watched Cape Fear (1962) last night.
As brilliant as Scorsese is a film maker, his 1991 remake was no match for the original. Great movie. Robert Mitchum is terrific.

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An interesting coffee table discussion here...

Casino Royale shouldn't really count since it is spoof, and I hardly consider ranking David Niven--I like him a lot too, Bernie--along with the series guys. I do know for sure that Lazenby was the weakest, by far. Connery, as the first Bond whom I saw, is still probably the best, though I'm not sure how'd I'd have voted if Craig had played the part first because Craig is excellent. I think that Dalton is underrated and given less of his due because one of his two films was "Licence to Kill," one of the weakest of the series. Brosnan was good, though his films were hit or miss. And Moore was good too, though, Bernie, you are going to have to work hard to justify "A View to a Kill," my vote for worst Bond film overall, as "pretty damn good." [Smile]

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I honeslty like A view to a Kill. I think it's a great movie and let's not forget it's got Chrisopher Walken as the bad guy. Fair enough if you don't like it but it is far from being the worst Bond film [Roll Eyes] , but then again I like Licence to Kill also. The worst Bond films have featured Brosnan, Lazenby and Craig (Casino Royale was great BTW). I think the worst so far was Quantum of Solace [Smile]

I heard a rumour on the radio the other day and I am too lazy to try and substantiate it plus my internet is running at 0.18 Mbps for some unknown and crazily annoying reason, but I heard the Javier Bardem may be playing the next Bond villain. That would be awesome. He is a great actor [Wink]

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I like Walken too, but I didn't think the screenplay was up to his talents. As for "Licence to Kill," I don't really hate it, it's just that it seems to have been done on the cheap as a cut-rate production in Mexico. I don't think that it looks good or is put together particularly well. Davi makes a fine villain, though. Now that you mention it, I don't really like Brosnan's "Die Another Day" either. [Smile]

The great Javier Bardem is indeed the next Bond villain. Yay!

How about "best/worst Bond movie song"? My vote for worst goes to the dreadful White Stripes song for "Quantum of Solace." What on earth were they thinking? Madonna's theme for "Die Another Day" is pretty bad too. Best song is tough because there are quite a few good ones: "Goldfinger," "Live and Let Die," "For Your Eyes Only," "Licence to Kill," "Goldeneye," etc. ...

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Walken is such a talented actor. There is one scene in "Nick of Time" when he looks at his watch in the elvator and then makes this crazy face. It is mesmorising. I actually prefer Licence to Kill over The Living Daylights too. I think I favour Licence to Kill though cos it was one of the many movies I saw as a kid in the 80's. Robert Davi is awesome. I especially loved him in Cops and Robbersons.

The song Diamonds are Forever makes me want to vomit. That's my vote for the worst. White Stripes is equally as bad. Another vomit worthy song from your favourite bond film [Big Grin] is that garbage by Duran Duran. The A View o a Kill Duran Duran video clip makes me want to yak violently every time I see it. It's so bad.

It's funny but I would like it if Bardem played the character with the same demeanour that he used in No Country For Old Men...."Don't put it 'inchour' pocket!"

As a kid I always had to sit through that garbagy music with silhouettes of naked ladies floating around the screen cos my old man wouldn't let me fast forward it. Now I always skip through that garbage. Live and Let Die would have to be the best song.

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tom jones thunderball


i like a view to a kill as well, i thought it was one of the better moore films, great tune as well, mayday was great, i thought walken did a great job as the bad guy, interesting plot, tanya roberts as the bond girl in this one, and the fight on the golden gate, lots of good stuff.

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i like david niven as well
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the worst bond tune in my opinion is the man with the golden gun,
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I couldn't hum that one if you held the golden gun to my head... Terrible! [Smile]
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I haven't watched a Bond film in years! [Eek!]
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This thread is for the last film you watched not the last film you haven't watched....I dunno [Roll Eyes]
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