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Old 02-05-2013, 01:39 AM
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None of those are top James Bond movies if we remember what made the James Bond franchise and character popular to begin with.

In fact the quality kept going down the longer it kept going from the 1990's on to the 2000's and up. You can't beat the old, over-the-top Sean Connery/Roger Moore movies, as the light PG 1960-70's 'Melodrama' feel & setting made the James Bond character what it is.

You can't put that character into present world with the new technology and expect it to flourish. The character now is pretty much indistinguishable from the Bourne and Taken characters. It's like they almost forget to include that Bond is a chauvinist ladies man/charmer and not just another high skilled Government Agent. Pierce Brosnan was passable, particularly the first two in the 90's. His last one, not so much.

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