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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Shihan, Oct 26, 2010.
Living Daylights - Just something about a girl and her cello!
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Could be in the running for best Bond movie.
Living Daylights blows License to Kill out of the water.
Except for that cool Kenworth popping a wheelie scene in L2K
The Living Daylights.
The first movie I remember when Bond actually showed any emotion.
No opinion, haven't seen either one of them
And this is supposed to be a good thing? Bond is the ultimate cool guy, rock steady. Timothy Dalton was a wussy Bond. But I vote Living Daylights.
At least he got angry.
But come on, the real wussy Bond was Moore.
The Living Daylights had the second best opening sequence of all the films, Liscense had the best theme.
Slight edge to Liscense.
Timmy Dalton can show emotion
Always seemed like one of the most cold and robotic Bonds to me.
As far as I'm concerned, I'd rather have George Lazenby than Dalton as Bond. In fact, if Brosnan hadn't gotten screwed by the television series he was on, HE would have been Bond. Dalton was an also-ran until Brosnan decided to stay with his series, which, as soon as Dalton was named Bond, was canceled by the producers. Brosnan got the s**t end of the stick and we got a wussy as a Bond.
So my vote is None of the above with any of the Bond movies with Dalton as Bond.