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Discussion in 'Reader Polls' started by thing, Dec 6, 2016.
2nd Bond poll of three
Easy. TSWLM and FYEO.
Really the only 2 of his that I actually like.
FYEO and A View to a Kill. The latter out of nostalgia. My mom and I saw it together, that and the SF setting made it a winner.
Live & Let Die and The Spy Who Loved Me.
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME and THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (for Christopher Lee).
The Crooked Shepherds of the Valley of Wayward Gas Tank Fillers and Chalkboard Eraser Bangers have stirred my soul to conjure this answer...
For Your Eyes Only - which I would classify as the single best Bond film that I've seen yet - and A View to a Kill. Only because the 1st half of The Man with the Golden Gun is a damn snoozefest.
Live and Let Die (that boat, that theme) and TSWLM.
i like For Your Eyes Only as its more of a serious Bond like the Connery films but conversely I like Octopussy which is quite absurd but well paced and fun
I don't necessarily think I chose For Your Eyes Only because it was more serious. It was just more impressive. It had the least amount of flab on it (including stuff on the Connery Bonds like all the ridiculous tragic dying love interests and the sexist slapping garbage) and kept me invigorated the longest. It never lost me.
Octopussy lost me many times. Moonraker was more entertaining and had stronger elements.
Live and Let Die - I really like the Louisiana setting, the Voodoo stuff, and Jane Seymour.
The Spy Who Loved Me - for introducing one of the most iconic Bond villains ever.
For Your Eyes Only has one of my favourite Bond songs ever, but I don't really remember much from the film...
I went Spy Who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only