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Bond Films

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With a Thanksgiving Bondathon on Spike, and with the James Bond forums being closed, I feel that (like the Star Wars thread) the Bond franchise can get it's own mega thread. With that said, this is a thread to discuss Bond-related films, past and present, except Bond 22, because that has and should have it's own thread.

Discuss!

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Timothy Dalton was my favorite bond, making my favorite Bond film with Living Daylights! It's interesting my British friend I made here agrees with me but everyone in America I know hates Dalton...
 
Die Another Day's my favorite of the Brosnan Bonds.:o :word:
 
Timothy Dalton was my favorite bond, making my favorite Bond film with Living Daylights! It's interesting my British friend I made here agrees with me but everyone in America I know hates Dalton...

I liked Dalton. It's just that in my hierarchy of Bonds, he isn't so high. I thought The Living Daylights was a solid film (especially after A View to a Kill, which was only good because it has my favorite title song, and Walken is in it). Licence to Kill is such a guilty pleasure for me. It's one of my favorite Bond films.

Favorite Bonds:

1. Pierce Brosnan
2. Sean Connery
3. Daniel Craig
4. Timothy Dalton
5. Roger Moore
6. George Lazenby
 
What happened to the bond area?
 
It got closed down.
It's something you're going to have to ask Mirko and EXCELSIOR about.
 
I won't be watching them on TV cuz of the commercial breaks. For me the Bond of film is such a far cry from the Bond of literature that sometimes I don't wanna watch the movies. As for closest to the books, it's gotta be Dalton. If Craig's hair was black he would be perfect.
 
Besides Casino Royale, On Her Majesty's Secret Service is my personal favorite Bond movie.
 
...I'm sorry? This is the Bond thread for previous Bond films.

Casino Royale and On Her Majesty's Secret Service are both Bond films from the past.
 
Timothy Dalton was my favorite bond, making my favorite Bond film with Living Daylights! It's interesting my British friend I made here agrees with me but everyone in America I know hates Dalton...

You know, I'm not much into the Bond lore, but just recently I checked a few threads on this site as well as a couple of websites on the recommendation of which I bought Goldfinger and Living Daylights. And surprisingly, after watching both films I liked Living Daylights better especially after hearing consistent praises about Goldfinger being the best Bond film to date.
 
Tomorrow Never Dies is on Spike right now.
 
I liked Dalton. It's just that in my hierarchy of Bonds, he isn't so high. I thought The Living Daylights was a solid film (especially after A View to a Kill, which was only good because it has my favorite title song, and Walken is in it). Licence to Kill is such a guilty pleasure for me. It's one of my favorite Bond films.

Favorite Bonds:

1. Pierce Brosnan
2. Sean Connery
3. Daniel Craig
4. Timothy Dalton
5. Roger Moore
6. George Lazenby


Brosnan over Connery??????

1. Connery
2. Daniel Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Roger Moore
5. Lazenby
6. Dalton
 
Hate to say it but Brosnan is probably my least favourite Bond ...

I don't think its his fault and I really like Goldeneye but the three movies that followed were all over the place. Die Another Day was a shambles.

I grew up with Moore as Bond so he will always be a favouite but like others I think Dalton really nailed the role.

Connery will always be the main man but time has not been kind on his movies and I now find I just tend to laugh my way through most of them.
 
I grew up in the Moore era, so he'll always be my fav.
Craig is aweosme too.

Favorite Bond flicks:

The Living Daylights.
Live and Let Die
Casino Royale
Octopussy
Goldeneye
The Spy Who Loved Me

Like them all really, except Diamonds are Forever!

Favorite Bond songs:

Live and Let Die
Nobody Does it Better
A View to a Kill
You know my Name.
OHMSS theme.
...sorry, but all of Brosnons Bond themes sucked!:csad:

Favorite Bond Villan:

Jaws
Alec Trevelyan aka '006'
Dr. Kanaga

Favorite Bond Girl:
Hands down...

Major Anya Amasova of 'The Spy Who Loved Me'- played by Barbara Bach
 
Brosnan over Connery??????

1. Connery
2. Daniel Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Roger Moore
5. Lazenby
6. Dalton

Brosnan was the Bond I grew up with. :up:

Favorite Bond flicks:

Goldfinger
From Russia With Love
Goldeneye
Casino Royale
The Spy Who Loved Me
Live or Let Die
Licence to Kill

Favorite Bond songs:

"A View to a Kill"
"Licence to Kill"
"Goldeneye"
"You Know My Name"
"Diamonds are Forever"
"The World is Not Enough"
"Goldfinger"

Favorite Bond Villan:

Alec Trevelyan
Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Mr. Big
Le Chiffre
Xenia Onatopp (or does she count as a Bond girl?)

Favorite Bond Girl:

***** Galore
Natalya Simonova
Anya Amasova
Solitaire
 
Just wanted to add:

Best Bond Opening sequence:

The Living Daylights
The Spy Who Loved Me (Classic) :up:
Casino Royale
Tomorrow Never Dies
Goldeneye
Goldfinger
 
How about Favorite Bond Gun-Barrel Sequence?
 
They're more or less the same.

Goldfinger is my favorite, followed by Goldeneye and Octopussy.
 
bond rules and all, but the inconsistency kills the series. that being said i love from russia with love and goldfinger, with the obvious choice of connery as the best bond.

however i might be crazy and the only one, but i liked the pseudo parody films In Like Flint and Our Man Flint a bit better.
 
Goldfinger is in fact the best Bond imo.
 
I actually think Tomorrow Never Dies is good too.
 

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