>yfw you realise Craig only had ONE good Bond film and that was 10 years ago
Brosnan ain't looking so bad now is he
Brosnan was always the best bond. I don't want to meet the person who thinks otherwise.
the movies themselves might be bad, but Brosnan is a fantastic bond
Craig is just a rip off of timothy dalton's brooding bond
I hadn't watched Licence to Kill for a while, and going back to it was amazed how much it felt like the Craig movies. Just with a better Bond.
In retrospect it amazes me how much hate it (and Dalton in general) get for being "not like Bond" only now all those same people embrace Craig, who's got all the charm of a fucking pet rock.
Goldeneye is unequivocally a great movie and one of the best Bond movies at that
The World is Not Enough is another jewel in Brosnan's crown. Another fantastic Bond movie brought into the 21st century.
Tomorrow Never Dies is pretty average and Die Another Day is just plain bad, even Rosamund Pike couldn't save it.
Thats because every Bond had dark hair and was a mysterious looking dude like Connery, Brosnan, etc. Enter blond, nazi officer Daniel Craig. Its just inconsistent. IMO Brosnan was GOAT Bond, but that's because I grew up on his Bond movies and played the Goldeneye 64 game. Next Bond should return to tradition. Colin Ferrell or Affleck would be good choices
One of the few movies around that gets massively better the more times you view it.
Bond is operating at his all time high max power level. He was too new in Casino and they gimped him in Skyfall....Quantum Bond would have taken Bautista no problem.
Also there a ton of smaller details that are easy to overlook the first time around.
Plus two great Bond girls. (One if which is hot as fuck Gemma Aterton )
QoS will forever be overlooked do to the "Quantum sucked) meme.
In the middle of the movie Gemma Aterton is assigned to bring him in so she checks them into this tiny, seedy, rum down hotel to maintain their cover as foreign teachers.
Bond walks into the lobby, takes one look at the place and without a word he turns around, walks out and checks them into a five star hotel .
Every time I watch that scene I'm like....lol..that is so fucking BOND..
It's small shit like that. Things thay get overlooked the first time that makes QoS great.
Shittiest action scenes in the entire series though, the camera work is so retarded. Especially the one where they fight during the concert house and you can understand abso fucking lutely nothing that is happening. It's a shit movie with some minor redeeming features. Guess what, all shit movies have some minor redeeming features. And by rewatching it more and more you are conditioning your brain to like it more.
Why is moneypenny black? God i hate this anti-white blackwashing hollywood engages in. Wikipedia whines in its article about "list of whitewashed roles" but blatant blackwashing and cultural appropriation of white stuff seems to be perfectly fine to them
I watched all of the Brosnan films recently and my God they were horrible, except for Goldeneye.
They were literally worse than the Roger Moore crap.
OK man, I'm gonna go watch QoS again, since I don't remember anything except for it sucking and some weird looking Airbus A380 airliner prop.
Honestly, I think even Goldeneye isn't that great. Better than the others Brosnan was in, but I feel most of the praise it gets is from the nostalgia people feel for the video game.
>because of the videogame
Nah..Goldeneye was just such a huge breath of fresh air because the franchise was almost dead after the Dalton era.
After that it rode all of that momentum and good will for four movies before running out of steam all over again.
It was a huge score at the box office. Just take a look at the adjusted gross for Thunderball in the United States... It beat Goldfinger in terms of popularity.
Thunderball has the most baroque depiction of Britain in any Bond movie. It is an Imperial relic of course, but one with ambition, class, and claws.
> Fassbender as Bond
>Winslet or Gillian Anderson as Moneypenny
>Fiennes as M
>Waltz as Blofeld
>and maybe Simon McBurney as Felix Leiter (not sure if he could perform an American accent though).
I actually really like Tomorrow Never Dies. The remote BMW scene and the beginning are really good.
World is not enough has the pipeline scene that is decent, rest of the movie is meh.
Die another day is shit.
I also watched LTK for the first time a few weeks ago and i was very surprised at how good it is. I want to see Living Daylights now as well.
The Spy Who Loved me is probably the best moore film.