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Greatest Bonds Ever In Order

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posted on Oct, 15 2005 @ 07:06 AM
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While Goldfinger remains my all time favorite Bond caper, here is the list of my favorite Bonds:


1) Sean Connery: Nuff said.

2) Pierce Brosnan: Almost made for the role. He did an excellent job and Im sad to see he is no longer doing the series.

3) Roger Moore: Great in the early movies, but kept doing them well past his prime. Live and Let Die is my second favorite Bond movie

4) George Lazenby: Not a bad Bond, but the script was a bit thin IMHO despite the great skiing and action scenes. And any move with Telly Sevalas :shk:

5) Timothy Dalton: Not a good Bond at all. Bit of Trivia: He was considered as a replacement for Connery but the role was given to George Lazenby as they thought he was too young at the time




posted on Oct, 16 2005 @ 11:27 AM
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Sir Sean: Derrrrrrrr
Tim Dalton: Hello?!? He was a wonderful Bond. He seemed a bit more serious and a complete turn around from the jokey Moore days.
George Lazenby: Ya'll do know they wanted to keep him around? And if he hadn't taken time off to sail around the world, the Sean/George/Sean switch may have never happened.
Pierce Brosnan: Very good Bond...but of course, there have been some very good Bonds
Roger Moore: Even though he was in my favorite Bond flick, he still holds my contempt for movies like Moonraker and the rapist thriller, Octapussy.

But anyway, I hope this new guy is at least better than Moore!



posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 11:10 AM
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1) Sean Connery: Nuff said.

2) Pierce Brosnan: Almost made for the role. He did an excellent job and Im sad to see he is no longer doing the series.

3) Roger Moore: Great in the early movies, but kept doing them well past his prime. Live and Let Die is my second favorite Bond movie

4) George Lazenby: Not a bad Bond, but the script was a bit thin IMHO despite the great skiing and action scenes. And any move with Telly Sevalas

5) Timothy Dalton: Not a good Bond at all. Bit of Trivia: He was considered as a replacement for Connery but the role was given


1. Sean Connery
2. Roger Moore
3. Peter Sellers (in "Casino Royale" 1967)
4. Pierce Brosnan
5. David Niven (also in "Casino Royale")
6. Timothy Dalton
7. Lazenby (come on...he stunk!!)

A lot of people forget about the movie Casino Royale......



posted on Oct, 21 2005 @ 11:25 AM
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1. Roger Moore --
go ahead and laugh it up!
2. Timothy Dalton -- more action oriented than Moore, but got some crap scripts.
3. Sean Connery -- he's not even freakin' British
!!
4. Pierce Brosnan -- Remington Steele is not even freakin' British
!!
5. The dude that did one movie -- obviously wasn't good enough to do a second!
6. The new guy -- N/A have to wait and see, could rise.

Peace


[edit on 21-10-2005 by Dr Love]




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