Sean Connery is the best Bond, followed by Craig. But they have really changed how Bond is as a person with the newer ones. There is more emotion and feeling with the newer ones. Along with more guns and less gadgets. I kinda miss the old Bond, but it's all good this gives uas more perspective on Bond's life.
"A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government."
I'll admit I put Sir Connery before Brosnan, originally, but had a very hard time with the decision and changed it. I stick to my revision though. Connery was good, but he lacked the smooth nature and intensity that the rope demanded, as far as I'm concerned. He over simplified and generalized the character, and if it weren't for his great acting, he'd be placed just barely above Sir Moore.
1. Sir Connery...will always be my first choice for Bond...
2. Brosnan...I liked him in Remington Steele and he was a great choice to take over the role.
3. Craig...He brings a darker side to Bond, which I think was much needed.
4. Sir Moore...Kinda boring
5. Lazenby...He's better then Timmy...To be honest...I'm probably not being very fair to him.
6. Dalton...He sucks balls as a Bond!
The constitution of the United States asserts that all power is inherent in the people, that they may exercise it by themselves, that it is their right and duty to be at all times armed! Thomas Jefferson