I watched Skyfall after it was released in Canada. I thought the film was to dull. Unlike the other bond films there are none of the gadgets we all love to see. The story line was to simplistic and I did not enjoy it at all.
The greatest Bond film of all time
Our quest to discover the greatest Bond of them all
Do you feel a shiver of excitement whenever Sean Connery’s hairy chest fills the screen in ‘From Russia With Love’ (1963)? Or fondly remember seeing Pierce Brosnan swandive blithely towards a potentially messy end in ‘GoldenEye’ (1995)? Maybe bling's your thing and you're partial to ‘The Man With the Golden Gun’ (1974)? Or you think the entire meaning of suave was redefined when Daniel Craig first stepped into 007's shoes in 'Casino Royale' (2006)?
To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of ‘Dr No’ (1962) and the upcoming release of ‘Skyfall’ (which opens in cinemas on October 26), we decided to find out once and for all which is the greatest Bond film of all time, and you helped us do it. Here are your top five...
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The film that reignited my interest in the Bond franchise as it moved away from the silliness and gadgetry of recent films to a more gritty, deeper and atmospheric 007
Daniel Craig. The gritiness, the reality, the vulnerability. The sex appeal. The use of the throw backs to the original Sean Connery model in Dr No and From Russia with Love. The encapsulation of everything that Ian Flemming wrote in one actor. Fantastic