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@The Hole Got Fixed can’t wait to see you at the DMV 🙂 we’re so excited

  

I literally could not think of a better place to meet up. So excited!ahdn_john_08_gif

  

Oh? 

I’m heading to the DMV soon to get my permit– maybe I’ll see y’all there? xoxo

  

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lovelyritametermaid said

Oh? 

I’m heading to the DMV soon to get my permit– maybe I’ll see y’all there? xoxo  

eyyyyyy I’m headed to the DMV soon to get my license! good luck @lovelyritametermaid

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Oh? 

I’m heading to the DMV soon to get my permit– maybe I’ll see y’all there? xoxo  

eyyyyyy I’m headed to the DMV soon to get my license! good luck @lovelyritametermaid

  

good luck to you both!!

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We did some more renovation work on the building we bought along with the lots it is on. I’m sore and tired from head to toes.

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Still have to do dishes and some laundry. a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

  

Yep – every flippin’ day! 

We’ve been working from home (like many others) for the past 14 months. On the upside, I no longer have to commute 90 minutes each way to work. On the downside are the dishes…so many dishes…three meals a day, three times doing dishes…and then there are the dogs’ dishes!!!

Laundry is not as much of a hassle. Unless we need to go out for provisions, we basically wear the same 7 sets of pajamas and t-shirts. Just pull ’em out of the dryer, wash ’em, and toss ’em back in the washer. Easy peasy. ahdn_john_08_gif

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I brought up Bond recently

after going through the whole series and doing some rewatches, this is about as close to a series ranking as I think I’m gonna get

haven’t seen the 60s Casino Royale yet, so that’s not there, and keep in mind I only saw Die Another Day and the Craig ones going into this

might be some hot takes, I’m just going based on how much I enjoyed each one

1. Skyfall (I remember thinking it was a great movie when I saw it in theatres, and it’s the one I guess I enjoy the most having seen them all now!)

2. Goldfinger (where the series really begins for me, and I consider it kinda the archetype of a Bond film)

3. Casino Royale (might be a spot higher if it were 15-20 minutes shorter)

4. GoldenEye (although I will say, the score on this one’s lacking; the music for that first car chase, in particular, is just awful)

5. Tomorrow Never Dies (Carver’s one of my favourite villains)

6. On Her Majesty ‘s Secret Service (Lazenby’s the worst Bond, but Tracy’s my favourite Bond girl; this just feels like a well constructed and paced movie overall)

7. The Spy Who Loved Me (my favourite Binder credits sequence/theme song combo in the whole series, also real fond of the score. and Jaws!)

8. Moonraker (I prob shouldn’t like this one as much as I do, but whatever, hahaha; the double taking pigeon is Peak Cinema)

9. Spectre 

10. The Living Daylights

11. Never Say Never Again (I know, it’s probably blasphemy ranking this one so high, but Sean’s just so funny in this; “then I shall cut out the white bread, sir”)

12. You Only Live Twice (Nancy Sinatra theme? Pleasance’s Blofeld? set in Japan? that volcano set?! yeah, this is a good one)

13. Live And Let Die (“he always did have an inflated opinion of himself!”)

14. Octopussy (whenever I’m joking around and doing a Bond Villain Voice, I’m basically just doing Kamal Khan; GREAT first half and an underrated theme too!)

15. Quantum of Solace (say what you want, at least it’s short!)

16. The World Is Not Enough (one of those Bonds where the movie’s whatever but the villain is great [see also: The Man With The Golden Gun])

17. Licence to Kill (this really doesn’t feel like a Bond movie to me, more just kind of a generic 80s action movie, but the truck chase at the end is incredible)

18. Thunderball (I feel bad ranking the Terence Young ones so low, but I just find they kinda drag, unfortunately; Largo has one of my fave looks of any villain in the series, and this is another real great theme/Binder credits sequence combo)

19. From Russia With Love (it has some memorable moments, but it’s ultimately an “I want to like this a lot more than I do” movie for me)

20. A View To A Kill (good theme and one of my favourite villain/henchman pairings, and that’s about all I have to say about this one)

21. Dr. No (I respect it, but I just haven’t been able to get too into this one)

22. For Your Eyes Only (the only part of this I’m really into is the gag about the lilies; this probably has the worst score in the whole series too)

23. The Man With The Golden Gun (I like the weird trippy funhouse thing Scaramanga’s got going on)

24. Diamonds Are Forever (I remember thinking this one was funny in a 60s Batman way the first time I saw it, then I watched it again and it was just BAD; this one might jump around a bit on future rankings)

25. Die Another Day (just….not a good movie)

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Ok let me give it a shot

Goldfinger – This is like Empire Strikes Back, every second is amazing I can watch it 50 times without being bored. 

Casino Royale – Brought Bond into a new light, this movie is dangerously cool. The footchase… 

License To Kill – The drug plot with Robert Davi is great, Dalton is my personal favorite Bond. 

From Russia With Love – A Classic, Connery at his best 

The Spy Who Loved Me- best opening scene, and surprisingly good intrigue among Bond’s relationship to the villains

Living Daylights – Great guns, locations, and my favorite Bond girl rides down the mountain on her Stradivarius cello. 

Spectre – Underrated. Skyfall was too ambitious and doesn’t hold up as well in my eyes. This is going back to great villains, decent gadgets, and great fights. 

Goldeneye – I like this one, the Bond girl is absolutely out of her gourd, which was so confusing as a kid, but now I understand the honeypot plotline, which isn’t bad. Sean Bean is great. 

Thunderball – So intense. I’ve seen this as many times as any of them and the fights always put me on the edge of my seat.

Octopussy – “theres a bomb in that cannon!!!” This one is Ridiculous but fun.  

Man With the Golden Gun – Awesome villain and Henchmen, “Mr. Scaramanga” and Bond’s third nipple trick and karate scene are classic. 

Tomorrow Never Dies/The World Is Not Enough – putting these two Brosnan films together as they have cool cars and gadgets that are signatures of the era. M and Q are the faces I grew up on, so theres some comfort in these two. 

Live And Let Die – Absolute Craziness, I like it. 

On Her Majesty ’s Secret Service – Good plot, great ski chase. 

Dr. No – Not quite as exciting  as Connery’s other films, but great nonetheless

You Only Live Twice – Great intro, loses steam as it goes unfortunately 

Diamonds are Forever – This one is intriguing but ultimately forgettable. 

Moonraker – A bit boring and stupid, but I love Jaws. 

Skyfall – Its not terrible but Its way too serious about being completely absurd

Quantam Of Solace – this is a bit of a dud. 

Die Another Day – Completely Absurd

A View To A Kill – Outside of the decent Duran Duran theme this movie sucks. 

Never Say Never Again – Doesn’t count. No Broccoli 

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@sir walter raleigh you missed out For Your Eyes Only.

My current list:

On Her Majesty ’s Secret Service

From Russia With Love

Casino Royale

Goldeneye

The Spy Who Loved Me

Licence to Kill

The Living Daylights

Goldfinger

Thunderball

Tomorrow Never Dies

Skyfall

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Doctor No

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The Man With The Golden Gun

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Quantum of Solace

Die Another Day

The World Is Not Enough

Diamonds Are Forever

A View To A Kill

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Question/confession for the Bond fans: I have never seen a Bond film. a-hard-days-night-paul-10

Actually I think I saw the Daniel Craig Casino Royale once in a cinema with a group of friends, but I remember so little of it that the point remains.

 

Me and my other half have been thinking for a while that we’d like to work our way through them, I particularly want to see the 60s Sean Connery ones. My question is: is there a particular order we should watch them in? Do you have a recommendation of a really good one to go first to get me in the swing of it? Is it blasphemous to choose anything other than chronological? Are there any I should just skip?

 

Eagerly awaiting your response, 

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There is a new Bond movie coming out next year, if you like it, you can go back through the iconic villains, themes and gadgets to see which movies you like the best.

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I thought the Bond film was coming out later this year, was it delayed again? 

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I thought the Bond film was coming out later this year, was it delayed again? 

As far as I know, the release date is still around late-September early-October depending on where you are. No news of any other delays although I wouldn’t be surprised, and, in fact, glad that they’re taking their time to properly release it in shape, same as with Doom.

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Me and my other half have been thinking for a while that we’d like to work our way through them, I particularly want to see the 60s Sean Connery ones. My question is: is there a particular order we should watch them in? Do you have a recommendation of a really good one to go first to get me in the swing of it? Is it blasphemous to choose anything other than chronological? Are there any I should just skip?

As for you Keli, and the rest ranking, ya know I couldn’t let this pass since I’m an avid JB enjoyerstuart-sutcliffe

First thing to know is HOW many films are you willing to watch. If you’re watching all of them in the span of a few months, then yes, release date is definitely your choice, it just will give you the complete picture of time passing and the evolution of Bond.

You don’t have to watch 1967’s Casino Royale or 1983’s Never Say Never Again, for they are not official, and are some of the worst of the bunch. Only if you’re really into it or a completist.

If you want to dip your feet in the water, I can give you some general info, so I’ll give you 3 sort-of lists:

First, you can watch one Bond film per actor, which will help you to be familiarized with the style of whom you like more, and which other movies are worth watching. In which case, general consensus is something like this:

Sean Connery – Goldfinger first [easily one of the best] And if you like it watch Dr. No & From Russia with Love (and the rest of Connery’s if you want more)

George Lazenby’s (only feature) 1969’s oddity On Her Majesty ‘s Secret Service [this one is a stand-alone however it is very different from the rest and quirky so it is a novelty to watch it]

Roger Moore – The Spy Who Loved Me hands down, best villains, best girl, best action [my personal all-time favorite, Roger Moore being my favorite of the Bond periods, in part ironically given it is very goofy and fun] If you like it follow it up with Live And Let Die (has that amazing Macca theme song) and For Your Eyes Only. And the rest if you want more, Moonraker if you’re looking for something VERY weird: Bond in Space! which I personally get a real kick out of. It will give you a taste of what Moore stood for.

Timothy Dalton – he’s only got two movies. I’d go for Licence to Kill first, even though it came out after The Living Daylights.

Pierce Brosnan – GoldenEye without a doubt. It is very good, and his first outing. If you like it, just follow along chronologically until you reach Die Another Day , which, if you’re open minded to really goofy shit, you might enjoy.

Daniel Craig – Same as with Brosnan, start with the beginning, Casino Royale. I would totally encourage you to skip Quantum of Solace because… I hate that movie so much lol, it has shaky cam, it’s too cerebral, it’s a mess. Skyfall is not a movie I particularly love, but it is more in tune with Casino Royale so I’d watch that next if you enjoy the more serious, cooler Bond of Craig. And if you like those, naturally follow it up with Spectre which was… fine.

On the other hand, you can just watch half of the films, which is a decent 12-movie bunch, of which the most beloved/acclaimed/most iconic/whatever are, roughly:

Dr. NoFrom Russia with LoveGoldfinger – Thunderball – You Only Live Twice – Majesty’s Secret Service – The Spy Who Loved Me – The Living Daylights – Licence to Kill – GoldenEye – Casino Royale – Skyfall

And if you want to cut that in half, watch the bold letter ones, which are the fan favorites.

If you ask me personally, below is my ranking, fresh from me lately revisiting most of these. Important to note I have an inclination for the more funny, fun-loving Bond more than the cynical one, and it’s kind of an acquired taste but hey who knows that might be you too!

1 The Spy Who Loved Me

2 Goldfinger

3 You Only Live Twice – this one’s a classic because it fully rendered the idea of the villain’s lair, in this case Blofeld which is the more iconic villain. Probably the most influential film in something like Austin Powers.

4 GoldenEye

5 Octopussy

6 On Her Majesty ‘s Secret Service

7 Casino Royale (2006)

8 Dr. No

9 A View to a Kill – this one’s seriously underrated, and it has a great finale involving a blonde Christopher Walken going at it with an axe at Roger Moore in a very… risky place. Love it!

10 Thunderball

11 Moonraker – I’ve always said, the only franchises that matter are the ones that have an in-space movie. I’m kidding of course but ISN’T IT AMAZING THAT THERE EXISTS A BOND FILM IN SPACE I MEAN WTF

12 Tomorrow Never Dies – Some of the best stunts.

13 From Russia with Love

14 For Your Eyes Only

15 The World Is Not Enough

16 Die Another Day – it might objectively be the worst one, but I can’t say it isn’t hella entertaining.

17 The Man with the Golden Gun – Boring but it has Christopher Lee.

18 Licence to Kill

19 Spectre

20 Live And Let Die

21 Skyfall

22 The Living Daylights

23 Diamonds Are Forever – Embarrassing for Sean Connery, honestly. I would seriously recommend to skip it regardless.

(Then the unofficial Never Say Never Again followed by 1967’s Casino Royale)

And then way down below Quantum of Solace – Should be called “The Bourne Nightmare”.

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‘Spectre’ was the one where I spent the last 40 minutes bored out of my brains as it screamed ‘he’s not going to die, HE’S JAMES BOND!!!!!’ repeatedly as they dragged out a pathetic plot that was blindingly obvious what was going to happen. An ok starting film that got worse every second that passed. I can see why Daniel Craig was willing to quit but didn’t as that piece of poop would have been his last.

‘DAD’ is rightly hated by everyone but it seems the final films of the different Bond actors are their worst, ignoring Lazenby who only did one – obviously Craig’s last could be very good. No idea which one it is but Moore dressing up as a clown was a truly absymal low.

Watch the first Jaws one just for Jaws. He steals every second he’s on screen.

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Spectre was more predictable than Skyfall, but each new turn of Silva’s plan was more and more ridiculous to the point of frustration for me. Spectre was just a pure ride and Christoph Waltz carries the film. Skyfall does have Javier Bardem, but its not his best role. 

Jaws and Oddjob both are highlights of the series it’s unfortunate that the films Jaws appears in aren’t as good as Goldfinger, which is perfection. 

And Die Another Day does have a car chase through a tundra with an invisible car that shoots missiles, that’s gotta be worth something? Halle Berry and Rosamund Pike? Yet it still isn’t good. 

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@Jules your point about Blofeld’s lair is a good one. I’m watching it now and I think I’ll move it up on the list. 

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Reading The Last Days In The Life, finished chapter one. I love it so far. When George Martin visited John at the Dakota and John said he’d record all the Beatles stuff again, especially Strawberry Fields, I saw it with a different perspective. John didn’t have a muse at that point. So even though he was a cold guy at times it’s like he wanted to experience that creative burst of the 1960s all over again for the first time because he loved performing music and needed inspiration now. Not that he’s necessarily mocking the work he did back then as inferior. Anyway, I’m going to enjoy this a lot.

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John didn’t have a muse at that point. So even though he was a cold guy at times it’s like he wanted to experience that creative burst of the 1960s all over again for the first time because he loved performing music and needed inspiration now.

  

I relate to this a little too heavily, as far as my own creativity goes

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The book brings in to focus the similarities I share with John. A love of reading, writing and being perfectly fine with being alone with your thoughts. I relate so much to the homebody aspect. I’m about five chapters in so far. 

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