Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by VaderPrime1, Aug 1, 2011.
Pierce Brosnan for me.
Connery for me.
Connery all the way.
I enjoy them all equally for different reasons.
Connery, he's the original and defined Bond on the big screen.
Lazenby, he had one shot at greatness, and was lucky enough to be in one of the strongest Bond films story wise.
Moore, my childhood favorite and my first introduction to the character. Connery's Bond was smooth while rough, but Moore's Bond was British smooth. A fine wine that could easily outwit his opponents, both physically and mentality.
Dalton, another short-lived Bond, but he made two great films. He lent a short of 80s anti-hero element to his portrayal of Bond.
Brosnan, he brought back the charm and swagger that Moore gave the character in the 70s and early 80s. A natural Bond, he was practically born for the role.
Craig, a return to the more Connery/Dalton version of the character except Craig really emphasized the blunt weapon aspect of Bond's character.
Connery first, then Dalton and Craig.
I like Brosnan and Goldeneye is wicked good, but his other movies were shit and I can't sit througth them just to see him doing his business.
Can't stand Roger Moore fullstop, Bond or otherwise.
Not seen the Lazenby movie in donkeys years, so I haven't really got an opinion.
Brosnan, because, while I think his movies were some of the weakest, his portrayal is everything I think Bond should be. Connery and Dalton tie for seconds. I LOVE Dalton's edge and when he went rogue for a bit, some of the strongest Bond stories were his, IMHO.
Pierce Brosnan. When I think of James Bond, I think of him
connery, then craig.
never really cared for the others, Roger Moore is ok though.
Lazenby's movie was great, but the man himself was nothing special.
Personally, I'm a big Dalton fan. He was a great serious Bond, which was exactly what the franchise needed after the increasingly campy Moore years. Licence to Kill remains my all-time favorite movie in the series.
I picked Dalton. He showed the aggressive side of Bond. Connery is okay, but Moore was like a ladies man.
I like Craig. Perhaps not specifically for the character, but a more realistic Bond is very nice.
Craig, because I've only seen Casino Royale.
Connery accept no substitutes.
I hate James Bond to begin with. But if I had to pick one I hated the least it would be... Brosnan. Then Connery.
Brosnan, with Dalton second (almost equal first).
It was a tough choice. It was either Connery or Brosnan, but its Connery.
When you get a chance see the older shows too.
Its a must.
Except Moonraker. You can skip Moonraker.
Sean Connery for me.
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