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    So which Connery Bond is everyone's favorite? Mine would have to be From Russia With Love.
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    all of them. I couldn't pick one.

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    Well of course I like all of them haha, but I mean if you had to pick one Bond movie from each era, which one would it be?

    It'd say From Russia With Love for Connery.

    The Spy Who Loved Me for Moore.

    Goldeneye for Brosnan.
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    Sir Sean Connery with actress Shirley Eaton and James Bond author Ian Fleming.
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    Sean Connery and Ian Fleming during the filming of Goldfinger.
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    Goldfinger imo is the best Bond movie. Then agian I'd have to say the quality of the first four Bond films were leagues and bounds ahead of any of the other entries of the franchise.

    The only ones to me that even get close to the golden age of Connery are:

    On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    The Spy Who Loved Me
    Goldeneye
    Casion Royale

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    While I think Casino Royale gave Bond a much needed modernization, the new Bond seems to be sucked from any of the fun aspects, like the gadgets or the theatrics of the villains, etc. I'm hoping the upcoming movie will give us a transition to some of that. Of course I'm also hoping the upcoming movie will actually have a plot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancerman View Post
    Goldfinger imo is the best Bond movie. Then agian I'd have to say the quality of the first four Bond films were leagues and bounds ahead of any of the other entries of the franchise.

    The only ones to me that even get close to the golden age of Connery are:

    On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    The Spy Who Loved Me
    Goldeneye
    Casion Royale
    I tend to agree. I would include Casino Royale in my top five, but the remaining four would be: Goldfinger, Dr. No, From Russia with Love and Thunderball.

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    You Only Live Twice is awesome and underrated.

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    Connery: Goldfinger
    Moore: For Your Eyes Only
    Brosnan: The World Is Not Enough

    Shout-Outs also to OHMSS, The Living Daylights, and CR which rank as soem of my favorite Bond movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the goddamn batman View Post
    You Only Live Twice is awesome and underrated.
    Definitely agree.
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    Reportedly there's a big Bond event at the Consumer Electronics show, probably a big announcement about them finally getting the remaining Bonds out on Blu-ray (and possibly new editions of the 08 releases).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    Reportedly there's a big Bond event at the Consumer Electronics show, probably a big announcement about them finally getting the remaining Bonds out on Blu-ray (and possibly new editions of the 08 releases).
    Sweet. Please report on this with any updates, we need the Blu Ray scoop.

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    I'm actually not at CES, but I've been following the commanderbond.net forums thread. Looks like they've gotten a few Bond directors (Glen, Campbell and Apted) to speak at it.

    Anyway, it does make sense to release all of them. Netflix has had the HD versions of the unreleased films and they looked pretty good, so I think all the digital stuff is all set. Also of course it's the 50th anniversary of the films and they need to promote Skyfall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Iron Fist View Post
    It'd say From Russia With Love for Connery.

    The Spy Who Loved Me for Moore.

    Goldeneye for Brosnan.
    We are of the same mind when it comes to favorite Bond movies. All the Connery movies up to You Only Live Twice were great too.

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