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@Damienracer said:

@AlienFanatic said:

Sorry, I can't agree. Thunderball was and is a solid Bond movie. It has some of the best '60's vibe of any of the Bond movies and I swear it and Dr. No exerted a heavy influence on design of my favorite Pixar movie, The Incredibles. (From what I understand, this connection is more obvious in the sequel.) Of the Connery movies, while none sink to the depths of some of the Moore or even Brosnan films, I still contend that Never Say Never Again is by far the worst Connery Bond movie.

@catmydogs said: Diamonds are Forever - I used to like the cheesiness when I was a kid

I hate to be so obviously shallow, but I can ignore any faults with Diamonds when Plenty O'Toole and Tiffany Case slither onscreen. My god, those women were easily the best eye-candy in all of the Bond movies. (Though of all of the Bond women, Pussy Galore would have been my ultimate pick.)

Sink to the depths? I have no idea what you cretins have against proper action packed, stunt laden, Bond films with personality which is exactly what Brosnan's and Moore's films were. Especially Brosnan's... I know a garbage Bond film when I see one and I haven't with the exception of never say never again ever seen one. As I said when it comes to judging Bond films... you morons haven't a clue. The fact that you didn't involve never say never, quantum of solace and spectre in your autistic rant says it all really.

Damien,

The subject is Connery films not Moore, Brosnan or Craigs films.

@bratface said:

@Damienracer said:

@AlienFanatic said:

Sorry, I can't agree. Thunderball was and is a solid Bond movie. It has some of the best '60's vibe of any of the Bond movies and I swear it and Dr. No exerted a heavy influence on design of my favorite Pixar movie, The Incredibles. (From what I understand, this connection is more obvious in the sequel.) Of the Connery movies, while none sink to the depths of some of the Moore or even Brosnan films, I still contend that Never Say Never Again is by far the worst Connery Bond movie.

@catmydogs said: Diamonds are Forever - I used to like the cheesiness when I was a kid

I hate to be so obviously shallow, but I can ignore any faults with Diamonds when Plenty O'Toole and Tiffany Case slither onscreen. My god, those women were easily the best eye-candy in all of the Bond movies. (Though of all of the Bond women, Pussy Galore would have been my ultimate pick.)

Sink to the depths? I have no idea what you cretins have against proper action packed, stunt laden, Bond films with personality which is exactly what Brosnan's and Moore's films were. Especially Brosnan's... I know a garbage Bond film when I see one and I haven't with the exception of never say never again ever seen one. As I said when it comes to judging Bond films... you morons haven't a clue. The fact that you didn't involve never say never, quantum of solace and spectre in your autistic rant says it all really.

Damien,

The subject is Connery films not Moore, Brosnan or Craigs films.

You hate all of Connery's films so what's the point? And open your eyes... The idiot I'm replying to mentioned Brosnan's and Moore's first... It helps if you read through a thread instead of jumping into something you haven't got a clue about.

@Damienracer said:

@bratface said:

@Damienracer said:

@AlienFanatic said:

Sorry, I can't agree. Thunderball was and is a solid Bond movie. It has some of the best '60's vibe of any of the Bond movies and I swear it and Dr. No exerted a heavy influence on design of my favorite Pixar movie, The Incredibles. (From what I understand, this connection is more obvious in the sequel.) Of the Connery movies, while none sink to the depths of some of the Moore or even Brosnan films, I still contend that Never Say Never Again is by far the worst Connery Bond movie.

@catmydogs said: Diamonds are Forever - I used to like the cheesiness when I was a kid

I hate to be so obviously shallow, but I can ignore any faults with Diamonds when Plenty O'Toole and Tiffany Case slither onscreen. My god, those women were easily the best eye-candy in all of the Bond movies. (Though of all of the Bond women, Pussy Galore would have been my ultimate pick.)

Sink to the depths? I have no idea what you cretins have against proper action packed, stunt laden, Bond films with personality which is exactly what Brosnan's and Moore's films were. Especially Brosnan's... I know a garbage Bond film when I see one and I haven't with the exception of never say never again ever seen one. As I said when it comes to judging Bond films... you morons haven't a clue. The fact that you didn't involve never say never, quantum of solace and spectre in your autistic rant says it all really.

Damien,

The subject is Connery films not Moore, Brosnan or Craigs films.

You hate all of Connery's films so what's the point? And open your eyes... The idiot I'm replying to mentioned Brosnan's and Moore's first... It helps if you read through a thread instead of jumping into something you haven't got a clue about.

Why are you so angry? Have a glass of wine, smoke a joint, chill out. There's nothing to be angry about, they are just movies.

Can't we all just get along? :-) 🎆🎉

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