Marlo Manners has just got married to Sir Michael Barrington her 6th husband! As they try to start their life together an International conference in the same hotel is causing problem as one of her ex-husbands the Russian delegate wants one more fling with her, will the tapes about her affairs and life spoil or save everything?
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As I was making my way through the Bond films I was putting them in a ranking list from Best to Worst. I thought that would be the easiest way to do it as would probably forget exactly what happened in each of the films. So basically when ranking them I just decided which film I liked it better than and placed it in the list. Some of them were extremely difficult to pick where to put them so I might not even be able to justify it’s place in the list. But here you have 1-24 in order from Best to Worst MY Bond list!
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As Daniel Craig’s era as Bond is coming to an end (after one more, come on he has always been contracted to it right?) But I thought after completing the Bondathon I would look to see possibilities of actors who could take on the role next.
Here are the ages the different actors started and finished as Bond. Quite interesting really as I think both Connery and Craig looked older than they were in their first films. The fact Lazenby wasn’t very popular and under the age of 30 I can’t really see them picking someone very young to take on the mantel.
Roger Moore 44-57
Timothy Dalton 42-44
Pierce Brosnan 41-49
Daniel Craig 37-47
Sean Connery 31-40
George Lazenby 29
I have literally picked loads of actors who could be possibilities, split them into different ages and tried to decide if I can see them as Bond or not. Some of them though I think would work perfectly well as a bad guy, come on don’t Brit’s seems to make the best bad guys? I was originally going to come up with 7 possible actors but I thought that was pretty impossible as we really have no idea which direction they are going in. I have stayed British with the actors listed, as let’s face it we have some very talented Brits doing us proud on the big screen! Also I have picked photo’s of them in a Tux, as come on that’s a very important part of becoming Bond. James Bond.
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James Bond goes rogue (maybe the world wasn’t ready for that?) as it was very personal as his best friend and his bride were brutally killed on their wedding day.
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James Bond is living on the edge to stop an evil arms dealer from starting another world war.
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I was sent this about a month ago now before the release of Spectre but never really thought about posting it on here until getting right into my Bondathon! I think it’s quite interesting to think about the different Bond’s and how they are thought of in terms of fighting. I am sure some it if will come as a complete surprise. It was put together by people over at Lottoland.
I guess while it goes for each James Bond rather than per film some of the stats for that actor might seem a little bit strange. Lazenby must have just been too violent in his one and only appearance as 007!
As we are gearing up to James Bond’s 23rd cinema outing Skyfall at the end of this month, everything is Bond! Last week Adele reached number 1 with the single of the same name for the up and coming film, with a very traditional Bond theme! Daniel Craig is back for his 3rd outing, but Sky Movies have also got involved by having a whole Movie channel devoted to 007. Showing every film, over and over again! Brilliant build up to Skyfall’s release. I am going to attend to review the other 22 Bond films before the release of Skyfall . . . It is going to be a difficult task but I am going to try!!! 007
But who is your favorite Bond?
Official James Bond films
- Dr. No (1962-Sean Connery) – REVIEW
- From Russia With Love (1963-Sean Connery) – REVIEW
- Goldfinger (1964-Sean Connery) – REVIEW
- Thunderball (1965-Sean Connery) – REVIEW
- You Only Live Twice (1967-Sean Connery) – REVIEW
- On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969-George Lazenby) –REVIEW
- Diamonds Are Forever (1971-Sean Connery) — REVIEW
- Live and Let Die (1973-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- The Man with the Golden Gun (1974-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- The Spy Who Loved Me (1977-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- Moonraker (1979-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- For Your Eyes Only (1981-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- Octopussy (1983-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- A View to a Kill (1985-Roger Moore) – REVIEW
- The Living Daylights (1987-Timothy Dalton) – REVIEW
- Licence to Kill (1989-Timothy Dalton) – REVIEW
- GoldenEye (1995-Pierce Brosnan) – REVIEW
- Tomorrow Never Dies (1997-Pierce Brosnan) – REVIEW
- The World is Not Enough (1999-Pierce Brosnan) – REVIEW
- Die Another Day (2002-Pierce Brosnan) – REVIEW
- Casino Royale (2006-Daniel Craig) – REVIEW
- Quantum of Solace (2008-Daniel Craig) – REVIEW
- Skyfall (November 2012-Daniel Craig) – REVIEW
- Never Say Never Again (1983-Sean Connery) – REVIEW