kronicfeld: Roger Moore is worse than Lazenby, in my estimation. That may have had more to do with the insane slapstickery and bad wisecracking in many of his movies, which he can't control, but he's the one who said the words, so ultimately it's his character who gets sullied.
kronicfeld: I actually liked Brosnan, but his movies suffer from some of the same problems as Moore's, though to a leser extent.
kronicfeld: And I'm sorry, but Daniel Craig's movies are about some Michael Bay action hero who happens to be named James Bond, not the same character that was played by the preceding five actors. He's a great actor and I want to have Layer Cake's babies, but his movies just don't grab me.
kronicfeld: I'd say:1. Connery2. Brosnan, Dalton (tie)4. Craig, Lazenby (tie)6. Moore
The Stealth Hippopotamus: 3. Timothy DaltonYou trolling
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.
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Roger Moore for the second overall Bond, though, is not what I had in mind.
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.
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
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Connery, though, was effortlessly and naturally cool. He could be callous and tough as nails, but still have a non-in-your-face sense of sly humor.
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