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Entertainment The Best James Bond Film? Strong action in favorite-007 "The touch of death"

18:15  11 september  2021
18:15  11 september  2021 Source:   filmstarts.de

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" James Bond - no time to die " will be the farewell performance of daniel craig as an agent with the license to kill and should be full of allusions and references to all its 007 Applits - and maybe again on the row? How safe many bond fans out there, we used the waiting time due to the multiple shifts to look at the entire franchise - and present the favorite films of the Filmstarts editors.

Der beste James-Bond-Film? Starke Action im Lieblings-007 © MgM The Best James Bond Film? Strong action in favorite 007 "The touch of death"

We deliberately met a wide selection - from the hardcore 007 fans since childhood days to colleague, who for the first time in preparation for the new cinema adventure ever the whole Row has looked at, everything is there. Today, however, someone has the word, who has already devoured the bond films as a small child.

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Film Start Editor and Action Cinema Lovers Björn Mug, like all colleagues, asks in two paragraphs shortly before, why the selected movie has a special place in his heart.

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Björn Mug Loves "The Hint of Death" with Timothy Dalton

as a child of the eighties was Timothy Dalton my first encounter with the agent with the license to kill. My father, who still undertakes today for 007 otherwise rare cinemaesearch, always looked at Bond when it was possible - in the cinema, on VHS, on TV. So I soon saw the previous movies with Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Roger Moore. Some of the former films, I find even "better", such as "love greetings from Moscow" or "Goldfinger", but " the touch of death " with Dalton remains nonetheless my absolute favorite bond adventure.

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Even today, I get right goose bumps when I see Dalton's very first bond (just a sensational cool view over the shoulder) in the already best opening scene of the series. The much more ground-to-earth scenario is still for tension in comparison with the Moore bonds. Because Dalton there is a pair of humor, perhaps even the perfect blend from the two different 007 worlds - in which there is also much more handmade action, which is not always immediately (as just at the end at Moore far too often) The Stuntman is used.

Our series: Driving favorite bonds

in the coming weeks appear more articles about our favorite bonds. The overview of all items is then always found at this point. So far, you have been published:

Daniel Fabian over favorite 007 "Goldfinger" and the strong villain. Jan-Felix knows about favorite 007 "fireball" and the grandiose underwater action. Annemarie Havran over favorite-007 "in the intelligence of your majesty" and its emotional punch. Tobias Mayer About favorite 007 "Never say never" and its humor.   Der beste James-Bond-Film? Starke Action im Lieblings-007 © Provided by Filmstarts

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