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"Goldfinger" vs. "Casino Royale?" Really? This is one of the hardest choices yet!
On the one hand, "Goldfinger" is the epitome of cool. On the other hand, "Casino Royale" was the Bond movie we've been waiting for since "The Spy Who Loved Me." Still, I gotta give it the old school classic. "Do you expect me to talk?" "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" You can't beat dialogue like that.
Close, but nobody tops Sean's Bond. Nobody.
Sean Connery vs Daniel Craig in their finest hours! How the hell did this question come up? Oh my God!!! I can't choose. I honestly cannot choose.
Goldfinger is still the best Bond movie of all time and Sean Connery was a perfect
Goldfinger is still the best Bond movie of all time and Sean Connery was a perfect Bond.
Easily Goldfinger. The spirit of the old classic bonds cannot be recreated by the new Bond movies.
Man, you Sean Connery zealots need to give up the ghost; not only is Craig BY FAR the better Bond, even Pierce Brosnan was better. Connery was hairy, slow, and easily duped. Casino Royale is better in every way than Goldfinger: better action, better acting, better plot, higher stakes, better villain, hotter chick. OK, I guess Goldfinger had the name Pussy Galore, I'll give you that.
The only bad thing about "Goldfinger" is that nearly every Bond movie made after it has been a feeble imitation. What makes "Casino Royale" stand out is that it *wasn't* one of those "Goldfinger" wannabes. Still, "Goldfinger" is satisfying in a way that few movies are and it gets the nod. (This time!)
I don't think there would have been more Bond films if it wasn't for Goldfinger. As much as Casino Royale was an amazing reboot, Goldfinger is still, to this day, The Bond film.
Ooooooh, great match up. Even though, for me, the answer is easy. Goldfinger is the best Connery Bond, and still sums up the wit, sofistication and suave style of both Bond and his villains alike, but I just love Casino Royale too much for the action, script and completely fresh take on the Bond films the likes of which we'd never seen before. Massive respect to Connery and Goldfinger, but Royale takes this one.