The eternal debate.
I mog both, I should be the next Bond
T-Dal in Goldeneye. Perfect Bond film we never got.
i cant imagine Timmy D getting squeezed by xenia
They would have made it so much better much more serious.
I think Dalton's movies have aged better, Brosnon's Bond flicks feel very 90s and not in a good way
rate my taste in bond girls
>Kara and Pam in S
>that last tier
You are a gentleman of refined tastes and distinguished intellect.
>izabella skorupko top
>naggers down with the rats and other insects
who is far right on cute tier
honestly May Day deserves B. When she is moaning in the mine flood its incredibly hot
>Olga Kurylenko in S tier along with Gemma Arterton
>not rating Helga Brandt
We get it you're racist
Berry actually mogged the blonde fridge you put in sexo
I don't care, I'd take a blonde blue eyed swedish babe over a black woman anyday, I don't care if her body is slightly more toned
kek ok, you do you, bro.
Halle Berry barely counts as a black woman.
Redheads do it better.
perfect, not a single wrong placement well done.
>honor blackman in meh tier
Where is Fiona Volpe (Thunderball)?
She is my favourite (hottest) Bond girl.
What Dalton's Bond should I watch?
he only made 2 and they are both worth watching
Licence to Kill feels a bit too 80s with Miami Vice, cocaine trade etc but it has two women fighting over him and Benicio Del Toro looking like Ronaldo.
Living Daylights feels way more like a Bond film (Bratislava, Afghanistan, Morocco) and the idea of double agents getting killed by Russia but the ending is incredibly bad.
So? That's why I like it. Bond going up against a brutal drug lord so dangerous making him go rogue was a great idea. The motive with Felix was weak and the weakest point of the movie. Maybe should have made it a fellow 00 agent. I never got the impression Bond and Leiter were THAT close and Bond helping him catch Sanchez was strange. Other than that, LtK is the second best Bond movie after TLD. Both Dalton starters. That tells you everything.
I like them but they have flaws. You hit the nail on the head with Licence to Kill. I will never like the ending to Living Daylights, other than that I like the film.
>The Living Daylights
>Licence to Kill
>Tomorrow Never Dies
>The World is Not Enough
>Die Another Day
Dalton's movies dont have the same highs as Brosnan's movies but also avoids the many lows of them. By Die Another Day its like they didnt know what style of Bond to do.
I liked the Dalton Bond more. I liked how he distracts a guard by stripping a woman and forcing her to stand there with her tits out
Dalton's Bond still resembles the character Fleming created, the Brosnan Bond not much he just feels like a generic action hero
This. I understand that he was millennials' Bond and that nostalgia is fucking strong but he was a milquetoast Bond. He did everything well but there wasn't much juice to his performance. Graig came in and people overrate him due to how horrible his successor was. Dalton is the best. He's easily the best and most accomplished actor to ever play Bond, no question. Made the character have a sense of prestige and gentlemanly refinement that no one has ever come close to. Moore and Connery are legendary but for being themselves, not James Bond. Hence the codename theory. For me, Timothy Dalton is the only James Bond. Adulthood is realizing Dalton was the best and him doing only 2 movies is an abomination. He should have done AT LEAST 5.
Dalton's movies are great. Brosnon looks better but his movies mostly suck the big one.
Dalton never got a chance. Daylights was written for that clown moore and living daylights was re-written in response to lethal weapons smash success
He needed a better series.
Roger Moore should have left in Octopussy but imagine if A View to A Kill was Dalton's first.
He wanted to leave after Moonraker. 70's should have been Moore's era alone. The 80's didn't suit him and he was geriatric and misplaced. Dalton was approached and offered For your Eyes Only which was PERFECT for him and written to introduce a new Bond hence the opening scene. Moore changed his mind regrettably and Cubby indulged him. If Dalton had done FYEO through to LtK he would have been indisputably the best Bond of all time by everyone. He still is but it's the minority opinion.
The Living Daylights/Licence to Kill was supposed to go to Brosnan also, except he had to commit to a tv show. But legitimately those would have gone to Brosnan otherwise and Dalton wouldn't have even been in the picture.
What are you talking about? TLD was great. Hardly Moore besides that sequence with the cello but the rest of it was very Fleming. Spy thriller with some bombastic sequences which is what the novels are. LtK was Fleming but with that 80's excess thrown in and it worked, for me. I think Pierce being first choice for TLD and Dalton being chosen (although the better choice) last minute was the writing on the wall. Cubby being a israelite wasted years he could have done movies and when it ended, he wouldn't allow Dalton to do one more and go from there but forced him to sign on to 4 or 5 which was a premature and dumb move. Dalton saw this and stepped down. I'd travel back in time to make him sign it because that's how much I revere his Bond but it was the smart choice all in all.
Daltonbros, I can't get over it.
>tell him it'll be there in 1 hour
>....better make it 2
kino opening. Arguably best introduction to a new Bond actor.
What I loved about Dalton is that he said the iconic line only twice but in not a bombastic way to announce it which was kind of cringe with the others. He said it plainly and the movie didn't focus on it. Which only aids in how he is the best James Bond because of how natural that name rolled off his tongue.
>We get it you're racist
How did you know I'm trans?
God, he was the best.
I watched the pierce brosnans recently and he's worse, thing is I used to like the Craig films and honestly none of them really feel like bond films. So Brosnan I have to like more because he has several ok to good films.
Timothy Dalton is like a plank of wood
Dalton is the best bond
Dalton was better
Dalton is the best by far
please pierce is no match for dalton
Dalton but that doesn't mean there is anything wrong with Brosnan. Both are based and I respect Brosnanbros.
I do think Dalton is the best but both are the most accurate portrayals of James Bond. You can easily see one in the other's movies. I think, objectively, it's Dalton = Brosnan > the rest.
Dalton is the best James Bond with the two finest Bond movies. /thread.
Timothy Dalton's Bond Era lacked the Bond "pizzazz". It was dreary 80s at the nadir of the UK's economic recession and end of the Empire. The tech gimmicks were also underwhelming and the movies came off as a generic spy movie.
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