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The first 16 Bond films were lead by only 5 directors. Each one of them helped shape the character of Bond in different ways. Starting with Goldeneye in 1995, "musical directors' chairs" has been the preferred model for the Brosnan era and Daniel Craig's first two films, but Martin Campbell came back for Casino Royale 11 years after he directed GoldenEye, and Sam Mendes directed SPECTRE following the tremendous success of Skyfall.
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|Cedric(006)||Who Do You think Is The Best behind The Lens?||14||Nov 10 2009, 3:20 PM EST by moore4ever|
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There were a total of 10 directors that helped the man framed as OO7 to make it to the big screen. Of those 10, each of has someone we personally favor. Which director do you think is the best at his job on the Bond Films?
Mine is definatly Martin Campbell. His knack on the two Bond films that he did (Goldeneye and Casino Royale). If you look at both films, not only did he introduce two of the best bonds, but his films have many distinct features.
Mainly, they are some of the most action pack films, and the woman he cast, well................
Second comes Terence Young. Dr. No, FRWL, Thunderball, need I say more?
Third - Guy Hamilton
Fourth - Peter Hunt
Fifth - Lewis Gilbert
Sixth - John Glen
Seventh - Roger Spottiswood
Eighth - Lee Tamahhori
Ninth - Michael Apted
Marc Forster - ? or ??
Who do you prefer?
|moore4ever||Need a little help||0||Nov 10 2009, 3:17 PM EST by moore4ever|
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