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I want to see the best James Bond movies of the series; can you suggest to me the best Bond movie in your opinion?

Updated on August 25, 2014


When I read this question, the movie Goldfinger came to mind. Not only was the movie good, but the musical score was a hit back then. Those were the days! I was a young teenager.

It was always exciting to go see a James Bond movie. People would get very excited about the newfangled gadgets and technologies that would appear, and one was always wondering and in awe of the lastest fantasies displayed on the screen. Of course, now they would be considered silly, some of them, or ridiculous. And then, if one were to watch a James Bond movie now, our youngsters would probably say, "Gee, where are the cell-phones?" But the women would always want to go and gape over and enjoy Sean Connery. He was a babe, and I'll bet he still is, if he isn't dead.

Sean Connery was the excellent specimen to play the part of James Bond. I think he has actually been the best one so far. There have been other actors who have portrayed the part after Sean Connery retired from it, but they have not been more effective than he was. I would say that the second best was the man who played "The Saint," Roger Moore (played in the film, "Octopussy"), and then Pierce Brosnan, who is the latest one. Others just didn't have enough sex appeal to be really memorable in the role of James Bond.

Sean Connery

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Roger Moore

Roger Moore As James Bond

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Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

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    • maricarbo profile imageAUTHOR


      11 years ago

      You are entitled to your opinion. Timothy Dalton was interesting....and I really don't know why he didn't really "make it" as a James Bond. In my opinion, he did have "the look." He's a handsome guy.

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      Lisa Barger 

      11 years ago

      OK, but you're going to think a lot less of me.  ;-)  Next to Sean Connery my favorite was Timothy Dalton.  PB was probably my least favorite but I guess it's because I still associate him with the old Remington Steele character.

    • ramesh profile image


      11 years ago

      thanq maricarbo,i too saw goldfinger but recently covering all james bond movies from the start.its really a good movie.


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