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2012-08-04 08:46:36 AM

hundreddollarman: CSB: I have the same birthday as a James Bond actor. Not so cool: Roger Moore (Oct. 14)

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


This is the correct answer. Thread over.
 
2012-08-04 08:49:16 AM

AtlanticCoast63: 2. Craig. Perhaps not the best actor of the bunch (Dalton gets that hands down) but he absolutely nails the slightly nouveau riche thug that was Bond in the best of the books. And best of all, he humanizes Bond - this 007 bleeds, makes bad mistakes and shows decency (the previously mentioned bit in QOS where he comforts Mathis in his last moments). Admittedly, QOS did spin out of control but it wasn't Craig's fault at all.

2. Connery. Not another single word needs to be said.


So it's a tie?
 
2012-08-04 08:52:46 AM
Once again a list on the net makes me want to punch a baby... I grew up on moore as my bond in the 80's... then the franchise got so bad i had to stop watching.. a friend told me to watch Casino Royale and it was OMFG!!!! Craig is by far the best bond, the action scenes are amazing.... then moore for me.. don't care bout the rest.. not a connery fan
 
2012-08-04 09:05:29 AM

Mugato: hasty ambush: I think Craig comes closer to the books, basically a thug in tuxs but either or. If you are Bond purist (books) then it is Dalton or Craig they are the top fo the list

Yeah, everyone always says that but without the suave vodka chugging and womanizing, it just comes off as a Bourne ripoff.


The Bourne character always seemed more angst driven an almost EMO type, Bond would take his lunch money
 
2012-08-04 09:08:03 AM
Yeah, the Bourne movies were always kind of boring to me but there's no doubt that they influenced the latest Bond movies.
 
2012-08-04 09:12:07 AM

zarberg: I think a more important question is who are the top Bond women?

I know some of you are gonna flame me big time for this, but I loved Michelle Yeoh


Second.

And I don't even generally like the Asian women, but for some reason I would wear her like a hockey mask.
 
2012-08-04 09:42:26 AM
1. Connery
2. Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Lazenby
5. Dalton
6. Moore
 
2012-08-04 09:47:02 AM
1. Connery.
2. Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Moore
5. Dalton

Moore is at 4 because of A View to a Kill. He looked old in that movie, and acted old. Brosnan wasn't too bad in License to Kill, but Wayne Newton?!? Really?

I like the reboot with Craig, but you can't beat Connery.

Lazenby gets a push because he only in one.
 
2012-08-04 10:11:19 AM
Neglecting Lazenby because he was only in one film:

1. Connery
2. Craig
3. Dalton (narrowly)
4. Moore, when he's good (The Spy Who Loved Me, etc.)
5. Brosnan
6. Moore, when he sucks (Moonraker, etc.)
 
2012-08-04 10:22:04 AM

MrTDGoodrich: Neglecting Lazenby because he was only in one film:

1. Connery
2. Craig
3. Dalton (narrowly)
4. Moore, when he's good (The Spy Who Loved Me, etc.)
5. Brosnan
6. Moore, when he sucks (Moonraker, etc.)


yeah, I'll agree with this completely
 
2012-08-04 10:49:56 AM
Connery as number 1? Oh come on. Have people not seen the movies recently. They haven't aged well, his fighting is awful and his line delivery is cartoonish. He is supposed to be a super spy, not some caricature of a cool guy.
 
2012-08-04 10:55:04 AM
Best Bond/Movie?

"You expect me to talk?"
"No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!"

i218.photobucket.com

Best Bond Girl--well, maybe not a "Bond Girl", but a girl who was in a Bond Movie:

i218.photobucket.com

/Kittens died...
 
2012-08-04 11:25:13 AM

DancingElkCondor: My Bond Rankings

1. Roger Moore: Gets bashed repeatedly, but Moore was the best Bond. First, he was ENGLISH (Bond was born into a upper-class English family) Second, he was the smartest and smoothest Bond. Third, do you really think a Connery Bond could get in the pants of a Dr Goodhead? Not with Connery's two-digit IQ

2. Sean Connery: No doubt played Bond well, and had great Bond films...however, overrated. One, he was SCOTTISH. Two, Ian Fleming really did not like him. Three, he was a total a-hole towards Bond helmsman Cubby Broccoli. Four, "Never Say Never Again" was Connery Crapfest...and its only redeeming value was Cubby Broccoli enjoying watching Connery crap all over himself

3. Daniel Craig: Although "Quantum of Solace" was not that good....it actually demonstrated Craig can play Bond. Mixes Connery's brogue with Moore's English charm. Lets hope he gets better material for Skyfall.

4. Pierce Brosnan: His movies were not bad, but, still, anyone who ever saw Remington Steele can never get used to a Brosnan Bond. And, he was IRISH

5. George Lazenby: Probably unfair to rank him as he had only one film. He was closer to Roger Moore-Bond than any other Bond

6. Timothy Dalton: Good God, he was awful as Bond. I swear he was chronically constipated in his two Bond movies....he was never shaken nor stirred. Strange to see him considered one of the better Bonds when he had two weak Bond appearances. The producers did not call him back when they resurrected the Bond films in the mid-90's...there was a reason why a still-then-young Dalton was not brought back...yet they kept Moore until he was almost 60


Your logic for 1 and 2 is based on seriously flawed info of Bond's background.

Dad was Scottish, mom was Swiss.
 
2012-08-04 11:27:02 AM
With the exception of Lazenby, I like them all equally, but for different reasons. Can't wait for Skyfall.
 
2012-08-04 11:28:10 AM
Isolating the character portrayal from the (unfortunately often) sucky script and direction, My list is:

Brosnan - I thought he embodied the suave, mildly wisecracking, womanizing agent of destruction better than any of the rest. He also had the look and swagger of someone who was a well-heeled military officer but who had also completed the toughest training available. He never looked perplexed or lost (as did Dalton), he could pull off the suavity needed for the casino scenes without looking like a tarted-up street thug (Craig), and was believable as a man who women would gladly disrobe for. On that front, he was probably a bit too good-looking for what Fleming intended. Another plus for his portrayal was that his humor never seemed forced or uncomfortable (again, Dalton and Lazenby). Many of his movies were shiat, but that doesn't take away from his all-around best portrayal of the character of Bond.

Connery - yeah, he's cool and oh-so-swinging-60's, but his Bond was way too flippant. His Bond, more than the others I would say, suffered the most from the style of the times. He was a great Bond, but his over-the-top bravado and smarmy one-liners make me cringe at times. When he was vulnerable, though, he did a great job at conveying the desperation of quick thinking (the Goldfinger laser scene comes to mind).

Dalton - to me, he captured the essence of the upper-crusty British agent. While he was somewhat awkward in the comedic aspects of the role and the romantic aspects became more comedic than intended, he had a disarming charm that could turn lethal and quite ruthless in an instant and it was rather shocking when it did. When it was time for action, he became businesslike and quite competent and Dalton handled it in a believable fashion. He was probably closest to the mark of the physical look that Fleming described.

Lazenby - Like Dalton, more of the "right" kind of character portrayal of an agent that comes from a monied background. Businesslike when it mattered, although somewhat too much so. I think he benefitted from good direction and the fact that there's only one film to analyze his interpretation - he didn't have time to screw it up.

Craig - Unfortunately, not too much to go on even after two films, and that's a shame. He really doesn't seem to come from money; more like a smart street thug that got gentrified in training. So far, I find him to be waaay too brooding and serious, abandoning almost any of the charm and wit of Bond. Like most of us, we're hoping Skyfall will actually let us see what his Bond is made of.

Moore - Yep, on the bottom. While a couple of his films are my faves (LaLD, FYEO), that's more because of the plot or incidentals rather than the portrayal. His Bond was way too wise-cracky and I never believed his ruthlessness for a minute. He was like a comic-relief Bond. Hell, he was just one step above David Niven's portrayal, and that was probably due more to script than anything. He did do the upper-crusty thing justice, though.

As for the ladies, too many to mention but a naked young Lynn-Holly Johnson waiting in bed still haunts me to this day.

www.james-bond007.de
 
2012-08-04 11:32:55 AM

Trapper439: I think Dalton was really held back by the overall style of moviemaking during his time, which was overly influenced by shiat like Romancing the Stone and Miami Vice.

1) Connery
2) Dalton
3) Craig
4) Brosnan
5) Lazenby
6) Moore

ReluctantPaladin: Connery
Dalton*
Craig
Dalton
Moore
Lazenby**


You said rape Dalton twice.


I like Dalton.

/And i meant Brosnan for the 4th spot
 
2012-08-04 11:35:47 AM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: The Stealth Hippopotamus: 3. Timothy Dalton

You trolling


The thing is, I'm okay with this ranking. I thought Dalton was a solid Bond and got a raw deal. He got criticized for the same things that Daniel Craig is praised for (not to take anything away from Craig, naturally).

Roger Moore for the second overall Bond, though, is not what I had in mind.


This.

Dalton was trying to bring Bond back to the Bond of the books after it had been turned into a cartoon character by Roger Moore. The audience wasn't ready for it.

I would move Moore down to #5. Other than that, I approve to this list.
 
2012-08-04 11:36:04 AM

ReluctantPaladin: Trapper439: I think Dalton was really held back by the overall style of moviemaking during his time, which was overly influenced by shiat like Romancing the Stone and Miami Vice.

1) Connery
2) Dalton
3) Craig
4) Brosnan
5) Lazenby
6) Moore

ReluctantPaladin: Connery
Dalton*
Craig
Dalton
Moore
Lazenby**


You said rape Dalton twice.

I like Dalton.

/And i meant Brosnan for the 4th spot


Amazing what can pop up when you forget that FARK doesn't carry through the strikethroughs from previous posts.

/For the record I am not advocating that anyone rape Timothy Dalton
//at this time
 
2012-08-04 11:38:36 AM

MBrady: 1. Connery.
2. Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Moore
5. Dalton

Moore is at 4 because of A View to a Kill. He looked old in that movie, and acted old. Brosnan Dalton wasn't too bad in License to Kill, but Wayne Newton?!? Really?

I like the reboot with Craig, but you can't beat Connery.

Lazenby gets a push because he only in one.



FTFY.
 
2012-08-04 11:43:23 AM

MBrady: 1. Connery.
2. Craig
3. Brosnan
4. Moore
5. Dalton

Moore is at 4 because of A View to a Kill. He looked old in that movie, and acted old. Brosnan wasn't too bad in License to Kill, but Wayne Newton?!? Really?

I like the reboot with Craig, but you can't beat Connery.

Lazenby gets a push because he only in one.



True, his acting was subtle enough that I didn't even notice he was in it.

/Nerd rage
//Although it's not helping my case for Dalton that everyone, including myself, is interchanging him and Brosnan
 
2012-08-04 11:43:32 AM
There could have been so much more Dalton.

Dalton was offered Bond before Moore, but he didn't want to be a too-young replacement for Connery.

Dalton was offered it again after Moonraker but he couldn't take the series seriously at that point.

When Dalton finally took it, he was the second choice after they couldn't get Brosnan out of his Remington Steele contract.

Dalton's run got interrupted by years of legal bullshiat and Goldeneye was supposed to be his third film. When they kept him waiting too long to start production he walked.

Of course there could have been more Lazenby instead of Moore if it wasn't for Lazenby's wrongheaded agent. There even could have been Adam West beginning with Diamonds Are Forever.

Moore did it longer than anybody and he's great, you have to be in the mood for that style.
 
2012-08-04 11:51:11 AM
www.joblo.com
 
2012-08-04 11:52:25 AM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: kronicfeld: A View to a Kill was unwatchable. Close call.

Indeed.

A View to a Kill had a wrinkly James Bond. That does not compute.


It did, however, have Grace Jones as his female counterpart and a laughably miscast Tanya Roberts as a geologist.
 
2012-08-04 11:53:39 AM

Hebalo: DancingElkCondor: My Bond Rankings

1. Roger Moore: Gets bashed repeatedly, but Moore was the best Bond. First, he was ENGLISH (Bond was born into a upper-class English family) Second, he was the smartest and smoothest Bond. Third, do you really think a Connery Bond could get in the pants of a Dr Goodhead? Not with Connery's two-digit IQ

2. Sean Connery: No doubt played Bond well, and had great Bond films...however, overrated. One, he was SCOTTISH. Two, Ian Fleming really did not like him. Three, he was a total a-hole towards Bond helmsman Cubby Broccoli. Four, "Never Say Never Again" was Connery Crapfest...and its only redeeming value was Cubby Broccoli enjoying watching Connery crap all over himself

[snip]

Your logic for 1 and 2 is based on seriously flawed info of Bond's background.

Dad was Scottish, mom was Swiss.


ISTR that while Fleming was initially unhappy with Connery, after he got to know him he came around, and
that he added the detail about Bond's father being Scottish in the later books as a tribute to his newfound
respect for Connery.
 
2012-08-04 12:21:49 PM
Roger Moore never played James Bond. He was the saint in every movie. That's right, Simon Templar, not James Bond.
 
2012-08-04 12:22:24 PM
The first Bond film I ever saw had a giant guy with big silver teeth biting people.
(my bro rented it - no idea the title, etc - my young mind only remembered that image)

Since I have no other enduring memory of that film - what was that all about?


/pretty sure it was a Bond film... title?
 
2012-08-04 12:30:09 PM

nanim: The first Bond film I ever saw had a giant guy with big silver teeth biting people.
(my bro rented it - no idea the title, etc - my young mind only remembered that image)

Since I have no other enduring memory of that film - what was that all about?

/pretty sure it was a Bond film... title?


That was Jaws. He was in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.

Oddjob is the best henchman.
 
2012-08-04 12:41:47 PM
Baffled that so many people are calling "License to Kill" a Bond Movie:

i.imgur.com

...even the article gets it wrong.
 
2012-08-04 12:46:16 PM
Their rankings were actually pretty good. The explanation for Brosnan's low position was spot-on. In my view he was the absolute worst Bond. Craig, Dalton, and Moore are all pretty much tied, as far as I'm concerned. They each have their strengths and were entertaining in their own way, though none of them could carry an otherwise awful movie (Quantum, Golden Gun). Even Connery, who's head and shoulders above everyone else, couldn't make Diamonds are Forever work.
 
2012-08-04 12:49:41 PM
I loved Dalton's Bond films. Licence to Kill is probably the most underrated film in the Bond franchise.
 
2012-08-04 12:54:40 PM

Bith Set Me Up: I loved Dalton's Bond films. Licence to Kill is probably the most underrated film in the Bond franchise.


I liked it,but I absolutely loathed The Living Daylights,which I found to be a meandering mess. Hell,even the Bond girl played by Maryam D'Abo was disappointing.
 
2012-08-04 12:58:07 PM

Richard Roma: Their rankings were actually pretty good. The explanation for Brosnan's low position was spot-on. In my view he was the absolute worst Bond. Craig, Dalton, and Moore are all pretty much tied, as far as I'm concerned. They each have their strengths and were entertaining in their own way, though none of them could carry an otherwise awful movie (Quantum, Golden Gun). Even Connery, who's head and shoulders above everyone else, couldn't make Diamonds are Forever work.


I thought You only live twice was a steaming pile also

farm3.static.flickr.com
 
2012-08-04 01:21:59 PM
I like all of them at different times.

Goldeneye is one of the best Bond films. Die Another Day is one of the worst. They use the same Bond actor. Moore did 7 films(?), Dalton... 2(?). How do you compare that?

I actually like Moonraker's campiness. It's entertaining.
I thought You Only Live Twice (Connery going to Japan and "becoming" Japanese) was actually rather ridiculous and bordering on stupid.
Dalton is menacing. Craig is more menacing. Connery is cool. Brosnan is suave... Moore is, well... Moore. Lazenby just lacked presence, in my opinion, but had a lot to appreciate.

I'll watch all of them.
 
2012-08-04 01:35:01 PM

Nem Wan: There could have been so much more Dalton.

Dalton was offered Bond before Moore, but he didn't want to be a too-young replacement for Connery.

Dalton was offered it again after Moonraker but he couldn't take the series seriously at that point.

When Dalton finally took it, he was the second choice after they couldn't get Brosnan out of his Remington Steele contract.

Dalton's run got interrupted by years of legal bullshiat and Goldeneye was supposed to be his third film. When they kept him waiting too long to start production he walked.

Of course there could have been more Lazenby instead of Moore if it wasn't for Lazenby's wrongheaded agent. There even could have been Adam West beginning with Diamonds Are Forever.

Moore did it longer than anybody and he's great, you have to be in the mood for that style.


It doesn't help that Dalton was doing rather serious movies in the heyday of over the top 80s action. GoldenEye was sort of a continuation of that style(with a more modern touch, obviously), and fit in much better with the current filmcrop at the time.
 
2012-08-04 01:42:22 PM

nanim: The first Bond film I ever saw had a giant guy with big silver teeth biting people.
(my bro rented it - no idea the title, etc - my young mind only remembered that image)

Since I have no other enduring memory of that film - what was that all about?

/pretty sure it was a Bond film... title?


My first Bond film was Goldfinger . Saw it in 1965 at Drive in theater in Hawaii. My then young mind remembered the car with the ejection seat, machine guns in the headlights and Oddjob's hat.
 
2012-08-04 01:43:03 PM

Mugato: Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Mugato: Pierce Brosnan was the best after Connery. He had the cool, suave calculating thing down and he was a cold blooded killer when he had to be. It just sucked that his last couple movies were lame.

The World is Not Enough had some redeeming qualities.

I really dug the reappearance of Robbie Coltrane as Valentin.

And of course, there's Q's final scene, one of the best farewell scenes in a movie (even if ol' Desmond hadn't intended that to be his last Bond movie).

I actually liked The World is Not Enough a lot. Yeah, there was a nuclear weapons scientist named Christmas Jones played by Denise Richards but it's a farking James Bond movie. I think it was a solid Bond film. Not as good as GoldenEye but better than any of the Roger Moore efforts.


You are smoking some serious crack if you think TWINE was better that For Your Eyes Only.. That was one of the best Bond flicks. EVER. Period. Full stop.

NO gimmicks, no crazy toys he could use, nothing. Pure spy flick with all the elements of the Cold War and the superpowers using proxies. In fact, I dare say it was a crowning achievement in Bond films.
 
2012-08-04 01:48:39 PM
Live and Let Die. I love that movie for some reason. That said, Daniel Craig is best Bond imho.
 
2012-08-04 01:55:55 PM

Accolade: I'll watch all of them.


Precisely that.

Except for Die Another Day, because... well, I established that enough already.


hasty ambush: My first Bond film was Goldfinger . Saw it in 1965 at Drive in theater in Hawaii. My then young mind remembered the car with the ejection seat, machine guns in the headlights and Oddjob's hat.


Aw, man... that had to rock something fierce!


bhcompy: It doesn't help that Dalton was doing rather serious movies in the heyday of over the top 80s action.


That, and Licence to Kill was overshadowed because they had the brilliant idea to release that opposite Batman.

Licence to Kill got *crushed* at the box office because of that.


Summer Glau's Love Slave: Live and Let Die. I love that movie for some reason.


Baron Samedi is a lot of fun there, and in those 7-Up commercials.

"These... are cola nuts! ... THESE are uncola nuts!"
 
2012-08-04 02:12:21 PM

buntz: TalonZahn: The only thing Timothy Dalton should be remembered for is Flash Gordon.

You, apparently, haven't seen Hot Fuzz


As much as I hated Dalton as Bond....he was Oscar-worthy in Hot Fuzz. Minature-City-Catherdral-Spire-In-Throat-Face was killer
 
2012-08-04 02:14:43 PM

DancingElkCondor: As much as I hated Dalton as Bond....he was Oscar-worthy in Hot Fuzz.



I would never ever argue with that. His was a special brand of hamminess that you just don't see every day.

"I'm sure if we bashed your head in, all sorts of secrets would come tumbling out!"

The film was funny enough as it is, but Dalton brought it up several levels on his *own.*
 
2012-08-04 02:24:55 PM

nanim: The first Bond film I ever saw had a giant guy with big silver teeth biting people.
(my bro rented it - no idea the title, etc - my young mind only remembered that image)

Since I have no other enduring memory of that film - what was that all about?

/pretty sure it was a Bond film... title?


Richard Kiel....who was Jaws....in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
 
2012-08-04 02:28:26 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: DancingElkCondor: As much as I hated Dalton as Bond....he was Oscar-worthy in Hot Fuzz.


I would never ever argue with that. His was a special brand of hamminess that you just don't see every day.

"I'm sure if we bashed your head in, all sorts of secrets would come tumbling out!"

The film was funny enough as it is, but Dalton brought it up several levels on his *own.*


I always thought Hot Fuzz was better than Shaun of the Dead because of Dalton and the other co-stars. I think he is one of the best "bad-guys" ever in a film.
 
2012-08-04 02:32:17 PM

fusillade762: Oh, and this, since it tends to piss people off for some reason:

Rotten Tomatoes ranking of James Bond films:


OK, averaging that data comes up with this ranking:

1) Connery (87)
2) Lazenby (81)
3) Craig (79)
4) Dalton (72)
5) Brosnan (62)
6) Moore (60)

imokwiththis.jpg
 
2012-08-04 02:58:18 PM
Sure, parts of his portrayal haven't aged well, like when he tells a conquest to scram because of ''man talk.'' But the whiff of chauvinism you catch watching his films is undercut by Connery's oddball charm and quirky delivery.

Sorry apologist writer, but part of what makes Connery's Bond awesome is that he says this stuff and totally pulls it off.
If anything, it's refreshingly anachronistic, and often hilariously inappropriate to contemporary sensibilities.
It's aged brilliantly, and Connery doesn't undercut it, he owns it.
 
2012-08-04 03:04:50 PM

DancingElkCondor: I always thought Hot Fuzz was better than Shaun of the Dead because of Dalton and the other co-stars. I think he is one of the best "bad-guys" ever in a film.


Oh, no doubt.

I enjoyed Shaun, but I loved the hell out of Fuzz. It's the supporting cast that makes that movie, Dalton especially.

How The World's End will hold up, I have no idea.
 
2012-08-04 03:08:03 PM
You're the Bond now, dawg!
 
2012-08-04 03:19:58 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener:
There was a time when I thought, "Quantum of Solace has to be the worst Bond film."

Then I sat down and forced myself to watch Die Another Day again.

Quantum of Solace has its moments, however few and far between they may be.

Die Another Day seemed like it made a conscious and dedicated effort to get as many things wrong about the film series as possible. You almost get the impression that the director (who went on to direct xXx: State of the Union, incidentally) never sat down and watched a Bond film in his life.


The sad thing is the director of Die Another Day is responsible for one of the most moving movies I've ever seen... Once Were Warriors. Then he had to go shiat things up in hollywood.

Quantum of Solace wasn't that bad.
 
2012-08-04 03:20:32 PM

farkeruk: fusillade762: On Her Majesty's Secret Service - 81

OHMSS is a pretty good Bond film, but it's about the script and the other actors in it. Most Bond girls are really models turned actresses. Diana Rigg was a former Shakesperian actress. Telly Savalas is wonderful and entirely believable as an egomaniac. The plot works, the characters are good, and the score's really good too. If you'd had Dalton as Bond with that script it might have been one of the best.


THIS. It also is the closest of any of the movies to the book it was based on.
 
2012-08-04 03:31:25 PM
2.bp.blogspot.com

Warren: Connery is the only actor in the bunch.

Andrew: Timothy Dalton should get an Oscar and (yells) beat Sean Connery over the head with it!
 
2012-08-04 03:41:03 PM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: The sad thing is the director of Die Another Day is responsible for one of the most moving movies I've ever seen... Once Were Warriors. Then he had to go shiat things up in hollywood.

Quantum of Solace wasn't that bad.


I'm guessing he saw a potential in action films like Die Another Day and xXx 2.

Then he made Next, but that's a Nic Cage discussion, and that's a whole other thread of its own.


Badgers: 2.bp.blogspot.com

Warren: Connery is the only actor in the bunch.

Andrew: Timothy Dalton should get an Oscar and (yells) beat Sean Connery over the head with it!


HAHAHAHAHAH

Yelling: "GET! OUT! OF MY! VILLAGE!"


Boxcutta: You're the Bond now, dawg!


Haw haw, YESH!!!
 
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