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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Kevin Roegele, Apr 15, 2006.
1. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
Though, you should have gone for Dalton so there was atleast a chance of having a discussion about the choices.
Anyway after thinking about this for a while I decided to rank Lazenbys films like this:
1. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
LOL, pure genius....
I think it's clearly his best movie.
Definitely. His other films were dreadful.
On Her Majesty's Secret Service: 7/10
06. A view to a kill
07. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
08. Live and let die
I would have liked Sean Connery doing OHMSS, i thought script was written for him more then Lazenby, don't get me wrong Lazenby was good but I missed Connery after all Connery is the classic James Bond.
You're right, OHMSS is proberbaly Lazenby's worst Bond movie.
I didn't say that his worst movie is OHMSS, I missed Connery in that movie.
I watched OHMSS again yesterday and I seemed to enjoy it a lot more this time round. The hand to hand combat was prety explosive too.
Which was Lazenby's worst Bond movie then?
no, i disagree... i think OHMSS was Lazenby's WORST Bond movie...
i'm not sure what his best would be, though...
His best is probably OHMSS.
not in my book...
OHMSS is pretty good, but I think OHMSS is his best movie though.
OHMSS is definetly Lazenby's best.
You guys are still wrong. OHMSS is not Lazenby's best. OHMSS is Lazenby's best. No contest.
OHMSS=On Her Momma's Secret Service
Lazenby's acting: 7/10 (he gets better in the role DURING the movie)
Action sequences: 10/10, some of the best action sequences of the franchise.
Ending: 10/10, one of the best IMHO, very emotional.
Cinematography is also superb, especially the scene where Bond and co attack in a helicopter during the climax.
Definetly Lazenby's best Bond movie.
Would you be TOO surprised to discover that this is NOT the only movie where Lazenby plays a Bond-like spy?
In fact, Lazenby even played Jor-El in the 90's SUPERBOY series.
He even played 'JB' in The Return of the Man from Uncle in 1983. Co-incidentally, the year Connery played Bond again and Moore was in Octopussy.
Lazenby also plays a Bondish spy named James in an episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents called Diamonds Aren't Forever that aired in 1989. Every time he says his last name, a loud noise from offscreen drowns it out.
AND one of the most fun movies of the whole franchise. Flawed? Yes. Fun and action-packed? You bet your ass!