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Ahh... British Secret Agent 007... the one and only. There's a saying that *once you've seen one Bond film, that you've seen them all.* I do tend to agree with this, but then again, I'm a sucker for watching each one and enjoying them to the fullest!
My favorite Bond films to date are The Spy Who Loved Me, Octapussy, Goldeneye and Tomorrow Never Dies. I have a major soft spot for Pierce Brosnan who is my favorite actor for 007.
I've yet to see the newest films with Daniel Craig, but I'm sure I'll get them on DVD at some point. My mom can't stop raving about Skyfall either, so maybe we'll watch it together sometime.
What about the rest of you? Discuss your favorite 007 movies, villains, Bond Girls, and more!
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Post by nerdherder51 on Feb 25, 2017 23:48:50 GMT -8
My favorites are (in no particular order): Dr. No Goldfinger Goldeneye The Man With the Golden Gun The Spy Who Loved Me License to Kill Casino Royal (Daniel Craig version) Skyfall
(If On Her Majesty's Secret Service had starred Sean Connery, it would have made this list.)
Interestingly, Christopher Lee (who played Francisco Scaramanga in The Man With the Golden Gun) was an actual relative of Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels (they were step cousins and frequent golf partners). Fleming had offered Lee the role as the villain in the first Bond film Dr. No, but by the time the producers were notified they had already hired actor Joseph Wiseman for the role. Imagine how that might have played out if Lee had been in the first Bond film.