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Been a bond fan since i was a little un.
My five.
Living Daylights . Miriam D'Abo, hubba hubba hubba
Goldeneye. First of the new movies. Big fan of Pierce Brosnan as bond
A View to a Kill. Max Zorin(Christopher Walken) for the win.
Casino Royale. I had my doubts about Daniel Craig but i was wrong.
The Spy who Loved me. Jaws vs jaws

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and umm.........oh yeah goldeneye.

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The old ones were truly great...particularly anything involving Sean Connery.

I liked On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Mostly because of Diana Rigg.

Goldeneye was the only one out of that series of three that was actually worth watching.

A Quantum of Solace was good, but Casino Royale completely surprised me. I had my doubts going in, but it turned out to be a hell of a film. The chase scene at the beginning of the movie was brilliant.

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1) For Your Eyes Only. Carole Bouquet was soooo sexy. The movie was good too.
2) Golden Eye. (Maybe the Nintendo game has something to do with that. OK, the tank scene is awesome.)
3) Casino Royale. Good plot and acting and no more invisible cars, just real ones.
4) Live and Let Die. Awesome boat chase and the Sheriff was hysterical too.
5) The Man With the Golden Gun. The bad dude had three nipples! Oh, and a 360 barrel roll car jump, classic stuff.

Honorable mention: Thunderball. Underwater fighting and mini subs, as a kid it made my imagination go crazy.

Worst Bond movie: Die Another Day. Invisible car my ass... Just insulting is all that was.

Best 007 Intro Credits Theme: DR. NO. The music became synonymous with 007... You can't have one without the other. (The move is good too.)

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To be fair, I did greatly enjoy the Q scene in Die Another Day. Cleese was...well, himself. Good stuff.

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In no particular order:

The spy who loved me:
Great female companion & submarine car.

You only live twice: Silly film but has loads of proper bond-isms, little nellie being the best of them.

Goldfinger: Hex expects you to die Mr Bond! The cards scene, the golden woman, oddjob fight....there's so many good bits in this film.

Goldeneye: Brosnan nails bond with a cast of brilliant supporting characters. Alan cumming is invincible.

Casino Royale: Not my favourite, but there's some very strong scenes that should have indicated an amazing follow up. Pity they didn't.

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1, Goldfinger. It's not just the best Bond film, it's one of the best films, ever! Pussy Galore, the woman apinted gold, odd job, laser to the crown Jewels and the most beautiful car ever built, the Aston Martin DB5.

2, Dr. No, it started the whole thing off and is still a great film. I could watch these two back to back any time.

3, Live and Let Die, the only decent Bond film to star Roger Moore. The speed boat chase through the everglades is amazing.

4, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Not a popular choice but I think it stands out for showing a different side to bond and really laid the ground for....

5, Casino Royale, Daniel Craig was a cool choice for Bond. He looks like he could beat the hell out of pretty much anyone and brought far more class to the role than Moore, Dalton or Brosnan combined.

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I didn't like the newer one very much. Quantum of Solace I believe... yep, I kind of thought it was a bit boring. But thats just me. I think I just didn't like the fact that it was a continuation of the other one. Quite a new development, however, I liked the main bad guy in it. Perfect depiction of a frenchman.... hahahaha.

My favorite bad guy however, has to be Sean Bean, OO6/Alec/Travelian. Didn't see that mother fucker coming. He was actually considered to be the new James Bond or so I've heard before Die Another Day was made.

Favorite Theme Song: A View to a Kill, with Live and Let Die right behind it.
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