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Your Favourite Bond
Posted 20 December 2013 - 03:47 AM
1. Craig, because i feel like he's the real Bond that matches the closest to Ian Fleming's Novel.
2. Brosnan, because of nostalgic factor, he's the Bond that i grew up with.
3. Connery, idk why but he's one of the best Bonds to watch.
1. All of Craig movies. The fighting scenes are awesome and brutal.
2. Tomorrow Never Dies. First Bond movie that i watched when i was a kid. The 750iL is beast ! one of my dream cars back then lol
3. Goldfinger, because DB5
honorable mention :
1. Spy Who Loved Me, because Esprit...
2. Timothy Dalton. Personally, i liked his Bond movies, Craig's reminds me a bit of him because they're both a bit violent.
Posted 26 October 2015 - 06:57 AM Edited by Kiffster, 26 October 2015 - 07:03 AM.
24. Never Say Never Again
It's not one of the official Eon Productions movies, and it shows. Super boring, super slow, and the few action scenes are uninteresting and short-lived. Movie sucks balls. Barbara Carrera was a pretty good villainess though, and she was just about the only good thing in this utterly kak movie.
23. Diamonds are Forever
Overall the worst of the Eon Productions movies for me. They relied too heavily on stupid comedy, and the plot was pretty meh. Those two weird baddies were annoying as hell.
22. The Man With the Golden Gun
Story was absolutely ridiculous and boring. Hated that funhouse parts towards the end.
21. Die Another Day
Everything went wrong with this one. Terrible plot, terrible villains and terrible cgi. Ruined even further by Madonna.
Roger Moore really started to show his age in Octopussy. Movie wasn't THAT bad, but it just felt way too slow. Also, by far the worst theme song of them all.
19. You Only Live Twice
One of the worst plots for me with that rocket that swallows other rockets etc, and incredibly bad makeup when they tried to disguise Bond as a Japanese dude lol.
18. Dr. No
Not a bad first movie by any means, but like Octopussy, the movie was just very slow and boring. Dr No himself was pretty bland as well. The original Bond girl is still one of the hottest though.
Some beautiful underwater action, but another average story.
Wasn't too bad despite all the silliness like the romance between Jaws and his new gf.
15. A View To a Kill
Absolutely HATE the theme song, and thank God it was the last movie for grandpa Moore, but overall it was pretty decent with some really nice action. May Day was great as well.
Good start by Pierce Brosnan. Pretty decent action like the tank chase etc, and a cool theme song. Also, supervillain Xenia Onatopp reminded me so much of Fatima Blush from Never Say Never Again.
13. The World Is Not Enough
Garbage theme song (it's good), good action, decent plot.
12. Casino Royale
Daniel Craig's first outing as a rougher, tougher and much more serious Bond in this reboot which for me felt a bit too long and boring most of the time. The action just about saved it. Can't really see why this movie is regarded by many as one of the best. Good, but not THAT good.
11. Tomorrow Never Dies
Loved the action and Michelle Yeoh, but the plot was pretty predictable. I also don't know why k.d. lang's "Surrender" wasn't chosen as the theme song. One of the best songs, but instead they went with Sheryl Crow.
10. From Russia With Love
One of the best Bond girls, great villains, story, action and locations.
Regarded by many as the best in the series, Goldfinger had some of the most memorable scenes, great villains and awesome action. Great movie overall.
8. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
The first and last movie for Aussie George Lazenby as Bond, and he didn't do a bad job at all. It had some great moments, and arguably one of the best endings, if not THE best.
7. Live and Let Die
Solitaire (Jane Seymour) was one of the worst and weakest Bond girls ever imo, but the rest of the movie was pretty damn awesome. Great action (especially the boat chase) and I loved the funeral marches in New Orleans lol. Lots of 70's cheese.
6. Licence To Kill
First Bond movie I ever saw I think. Intense action and two great Bond girls (I would've gone for the other one tbh).
5. For Your Eyes Only
Starring Carole Bouquet, one of my favourite Bond girls. But, unfortunately also that incredibly annoying and immature ice skater girl, Bibi, possibly the worst character in the entire series. I mean holy crap! The love scene between her and Moore who was old enough to be her grandfather was just way too awkward and unnecessary. Still a great movie nonetheless.
4. The Living Daylights
Another freakin awesome Bond movie with some truly great action, a beautiful car, music etc, but forgettable villains. Timothy Dalton did a pretty good job as Bond.
3. Quantum of Solace
Why this movie got shat on and why people think this is one of the worst Bond films, I'll never understand. One of the best imo. Some of the best action in the series, great locations and one of the best/hottest Bond girls ever.
Another brilliant movie with a great plot, action, soundtrack and villain, and the ending was pretty cool as well.
1. The Spy Who Loved Me
Absolutely brilliant movie. Beautifully shot, amazing soundtrack, great action, Jaws, and of course the Lotus Esprit. The perfect Bond movie - 10/10
Damn, that was difficult. Don't know when I'll see Spectre.
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Posted 26 October 2015 - 05:40 PM
Seriously, favorite 007 Sean Connery.
Big fan of the classic movies with Connery, Moore and Brosman.
Posted 31 March 2016 - 04:18 PM
From Russia With Love.
Sean Connery is my favorite James Bond.
Posted 07 April 2016 - 08:58 PM
FWIW, I've seen one of the new guy and it was bad and I don't really care enough to see more of them. Ergo, Daniel Craig is removed from my thoughts.
Dalton's characterization fits the novels better, if your "best Bond" is the most Fleming of Bonds, then it's Dalton.
Brosnan's first few movies were great, he was good looking, sauve, and still had an edge. Sure, at some point he's got an invisible car and bad plots, but overall, from a "enjoyable" perspective, he's the best.
Connery is the defination, and that's because he was first.
Moore's got my favourite Bond film under his belt, Live and Let Die. His Bond is far more fun than anyone else, but I can see how his foppish attitude made people reject him.
Lazenby? A footnote.
As noted, LIve and Let Die was always my favourite of the movies. From the very awesome beginning with the jazz funeral, to frickin' sharks (without laser beams), to the stunning Jane Seymour who's still got it at age 65, it's been the one I've always liked most. The idiot sheriff bit goes on a bit too far, but nothing's perfect. Also, Jane Seymour.
Posted 08 April 2016 - 06:04 AM
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