When it comes to the James Bond films, one (sometimes more) stand out as the one best film starring (insert name here). For me, the best Connery films are the first three (Dr. No, From Russia with Love, and Goldfinger), Craig's has been almost all of them so far (but Casino Royale stands out moreso). Lazenby's only film is considered a Bond film that shouldn't have been treated like it did, and Brosnan's has and always will be Goldeneye. But Moore and Dalton's Bonds have been questionable for me because I can't figure out which are the best ones, if not the best one. And in this case, Timothy Dalton can be hard to figure out because he only made two movies, and compared to other Bonds, his didn't seem to stand out on his own other than stopping the comedic Moore version. I could just continue with what I've done and just ignore the Dalton-era, but I'd figure I asked you guys about this. Which Bond film starring Timothy Dalton is the best?