Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by bennymuso, Apr 22, 2015.
None of your business.
The one with the blimp which sneaks up behind Bond. Total shocker to have a blimp suddenly behind you.
I've done bond marathons and after careful consideration....
Goldfinger is the best bond film
what is your favorite credit card company?
Live and let die, saw it at a movie theatre when I was a kid in the early 70's
Straight cash homey
Casino Royale, mostly because of Ms Green
Kingsmen The Secret Servive was the best Bond movie I have seen in years.
Definitely the best post-Connery Bond movie.
From Russia with Love
You may be right. Thunderball and From Russia with Love were really good, as well.
Whichever one it was, all I can tell you is that Sean Connery starred in it.
Goldfinger: best Sean Connery Bond film.
From Russia With Love: 2nd best
There are 0 good Roger Moore films.
0 George Lazenby films.
The rest of the various Bond actors films?
I'm having 1st cup of coffee at the breakfast table.
More on this Bond stuff later.
Big fan of Dalton & Daniel Craig.
Live and Let Die
From Russia With Love
Goldfinger #PussyGalore #poosey
and to continue:
Favorite non-Sean Connery Bond films:
Daniel Craig: Casino Royale
Daniel Craig: Quantum Of Solace
Daniel Craig: Skyfall
Craig is the best Bond since Sean Connery -or did I already say that in my previous post?
I prefer the Craig & Connery versions: Bond as a fucking psychopath.
Pierce Brosnan: Die Another Day but he did others that were good. I just can't recall the titles
Timothy Dalton: Licence To Kill
Timothy Dalton: The Living Daylights + 1 or 2 more.
He was a more neurotic, complex Bond.
Roger Moore: there are ZERO good Bond movies made with this fop.
He was a self idolizing preen who insisted on "ad libbing" his own un-funny puns into the pictures.
Put a gun to my head and make me choose a passable Bond movie with Moore, I'd have to say Live And Let Die.
The one where he fucks a lot of women and kicks an inordinate amount of ass while looking dapper is hell.
One of my favorite songs ever....
they often have film fests of JB films on AMC.
I can never get into them.
must be guy stuff