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Many of us have a favorite James Bond film, and perhaps even more of us have a favorite James Bond (of the six actors to play the role in Cubby Broccoli‘s ongoing series of films; the latest installment of which – Skyfall – will be released very, very soon.).
Rather than enter into a pointless and heated debate of who or which was best and why, we decided to let the mathematics of our PeekScore scale do the deep figuring for us. It’s not our place to comment on the snazziness of the respective Bondses’ sportscars and tuxes, nor would we opine on the handiness and/or cleverness of their assorted gadgets. It is our business, however, to see which Bond has the most pronounced presence here in cyberspace (or, if you prefer, the largest digital footprint, an explanation of which can be found above or more in-depth by clicking through here)
While we here at the PeekScore blog believe that everyone’s entitled to their opinion, we happen to accept the simple fact – as any reasonable human would – that Sean Connery’s Bond was best. Alas, while Sir Sean has a mightily impressive score, he was still beat out by our two most recent Bonds. The PeekScore is righteous and true, but it knows not from good (or at least best) Bond.
Who’s your favorite Bond? Which is your favorite flick? Let us know in the comments.
|Rank||Picture||Name||Major Bond Flick||PeekScore|
||Daniel Craig||Casino Royale||9.38 / 10.00|
||Pierce Brosnan||Goldeneye||9.13 / 10.00|
||Sean Connery||Goldfinger||9.04 / 10.00|
||Roger Moore||Live and Let Die||8.69 / 10.00|
||Timothy Dalton||The Living Daylights||8.24 / 10.00|
||George Lazenby||On Her Majesty’s Secret Service||8.04 / 10.00|