curbstomp wrote:Ughhhh... Dalton? I can't agree on that one. He was too macarbe, and lacked a lot of charisma & personality in my view.
curbstomp wrote:And I think that Connery's "phoning it in" didn't come until You Only Live Twice.
curbstomp wrote:Although I do agree that Brosnan was getting stale. It aimed for too much of an over the top, action oriented angle. I'll never forgive them for making Die Another Day. The screwed up thing is that they based the screenplay off the Moonraker novel. Why the hell would they want to adapt a Bond movie from a bad Bond book that was already adapted into a bad Bond movie? Doesn't make sense.
curbstomp wrote:I'm thrilled that Casino Royale finally made it to the screen though. And while I wasn't as enthused about Craig in the beginning I changed my mind once seeing him in Layer Cake & in Munich.
cspariah wrote:I have a soft spot for Moore, if only for the fact that his were the first Bond movies I saw. To this day, even thought I know intellectually that Moonraker and View To A Kill aren't great movies, they're still my favorites.
Plus VTaK had that awesome Duran Duran theme song, and the music video where they blow up the Eiffel Tower or whatever.
Monster Heel wrote:Dalton, I haven't seen Daniel Craig yet, but Dalton was absolutely pimp. He was the most realistic Bond. I know Bond kinda aims to be family oriented action, but I'm a grown ass man I like my action to be a little more risque.
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