My least favorite henchmen: Chang (from Moonraker)
My favorite Bond girl: Xenia Onatopp
My least favorite Bond girl: Bambi and Thumper, Stacey Sutton, and May Day
MORE ABOUT ME...
My Favorite Bond Film: GoldenEye
My least favorite Bond film: Moonraker
My first Bond film: The World is Not Enough
My first Bond film in theaters: Die Another Day
My favorite Bond: Connery and Brosnan
My least favorite Bond: Laz or Dalton
My favorite gadget is: Missile-launching leg cast, though never used by Bond
My least favorite gadget: radioactive lint
My favorite villain: Alec Trevelyan
My least favorite villain: Hugo Drax
I first experienced James Bond when I was about 8 years old when I saw The World is not Enough on TV. I immediately loved it. After I finished it, I wanted more. I found out that we owned all of them on DVD and within less than a month I had watched them all, Dr. No- The World is not Enough. Then Die Another Dayhit theaters and I went to see it. Although I now know its definitely not the best Bond film, I loved the experience. This is probably why I like Pierce the best as he was the actor I was introduced to Bond with and the first I saw in theaters. Since then I've been a huge fan of the franchise. In 2003, I went up to Detroit to the Henry Ford Museum to see the Bond. James Bond Exhibit. It was really cool. They had loads of props like Oddjob's hat, the Golden Gun, etc. and sketches and costumes, and they even had Bond, Zao, and Jinx's cars there from the movie. If I can ever find the pictures from it I'll put them up Since Die Another Day I've seen all the movies that hit the big screen, bringing my total to 3. I've read the first seven books, Casino Royale being my favorite so far.
Films: Best to Worst (middle ones will probably change) Novels and Short Stories: Best to Worst
1. M's chat with Bond in Venice by the canal in Moonraker. 2. Bond rides the motorcycle off the cliff, jumps off, and gets in the plane in GoldenEye 3. Bond is strapped down with the laser about to kill him, Bond - "You expect me to talk, Goldfinger?" Goldfinger - "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" 4. The ski jump in The Spy Who Loved Me 5. The pre-title sequence in Thunderball. Bond knows the girl is a guy just because he opens the door for himself, then kicks his ass. 6. Fiona Volpe gets shot while she's dancing with Bond. Bond takes her over to a table and says, "Do you mind if my friend sits this one out? She's just dead." 7. Tank chase in Goldeneye
Favorite Bond themes:
1. A View to a Kill (A View to a Kill) by Duran Duran 2. You Know My Name (Casino Royale) by Chris Cornell 3. Live and Let Die (Live and Let Die) by Paul McCartney & Wings 4. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (On Her Majesty's Secret Service) by the John Barry Orchestra 5. The Living Daylights (The Living Daylights) by a-ha! 6. Another Way to Die (Quantum of Solace) by Jack White and Alicia Keys 7. Goldfinger (Goldfinger) by Shirley Bassey 8. Tomorrow Never Dies (Tomorrow Never Dies) by Sheryl Crow
Favorite pics & clips:
Best videos & widgets
Bond - "Do you expect me to talk, Goldfinger?" Goldfinger - "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!"
SA H Despite Moonraker being my least favorite film, this is my favorite Bond moment. It shows that M, despite his authority level, considers himself Bond's equal. "No slip ups, Bond. Or we'll both be in trouble".