So this weeks question is easy, who was the best James Bond? You have 4 Bonds to choose from, I am not including anyone that has not been in at least 2 movies as the British super spy, oh, also you can't have the name Daniel or Craig, so sorry Daniel Craig, you're not allowed to play and vote for yourself, (ha, you think I didn't know that you read my blog, did you Daniel, well the jig is up bub, and I got my virtual eye on you, and let me tell you, your next Bond effort better be a whole lot better then that last piece of mediocre tripe you put out, your first film was great, do more like that). So let me know, who is the best Bond, and I will crown a winner in two weeks time, so make sure your vote counts, (cause I don't want to hear any whining and complaining if Dalton wins and you think otherwise, it's all on you).
So first up is the original James Bond, Sean Connery, and because he was the first James Bond, quite often he is considered the best. This is mainly due to the fact that every Bond after him was always compared to him in some way or another. Starting the franchise off with the movies, "Dr. No", "From Russia With Love", and "Goldfinger", he set the ball rolling for a character that has lasted almost 50 years, and is still going. Basically, he set the tone for all that was to follow, and although this might or might not make him the best, it certainly adds some credibility to the argument. Plus, in case you I forgot to mention it, he is Sean "Frickin" Connery, and you basically don't get any cooler then that.
The second man to drink from the shaken not stirred martini glass was English actor Roger Moore. He took Bond as more of a light hearted jester killing machine kinda spy and is responsible for, "Octopussy", "For Your Eyes Only", "A View to a Kill" and 4 more other films. Moore was the Bond I grew up with as a kid, so I have lots of fond memories of him, particularly when he used the front skid from a snowmobile to snowboard down a mountain, man I wanted to do that, and I would have, if only I would have had a front skid from a snowmobile, a mountain and super spy skills, all of which I was lacking at that age, (still missing the mountain and skid, but I got mad spy skills now that I am adult. In fact, I am so sneaky that I have snuck into your room while your reading this and am standing behind you*).
The 3rd man to have a license to kill is Timothy Dalton, (Ha ha, you see what I did there, Timothy Dalton stared in a movie called Licenced to Kill, and mentioned that he had a licence to kill, this is gold I am giving you people, pure GOLD**). Now I have always kinda liked Dalton, cause he was Bond during my teen years and he is Welsh, and my Dad is from Wales, so I kinda had a whole heritage pride thing going on, now unlike the earlier Bonds, Timothy Dalton only made 2 movies, "The Living Daylights" and "Licence To Kill" but even in such a limited run, there are still people today who think he is the best. So vote for him, and as they say in Wales, "llannddrunllemhanrr tam thellwodd"***
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