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The Casino Royale TV special is a surprising easy watch, short, concise and exciting, though Barry is a bit off putting, not my idea of Bond!
Agreed, I think they should’ve had Michael Pate playing Bond, and Barry Nelson playing Leiter. Pate was much more an appropriate choice for the role, even somewhat matches Fleming’s description for Bond than Nelson.
Morning / early afternoon:
Late Night (with a peanut butter & jelly sandwich and a glass of milk):
- You Only Live Twice. Not even remotely the best Connery Bond film but it's an easy watch with perfect atmosphere.
- A View To A Kill. Just a very harmless film that offers nostalgia.
- The Living Daylights. A top 3 entry so I always find myself choosing this one.
- Casino Royale. My favorite and it simply refuses to get old no matter how often I watch it. Usually I get an itch every few months to see it again.
- Quantum of Solace. I don't watch it back-to-back with Casino Royale yet I find it enjoyable and short enough that I can't get tired of it. Due to it's length it has a high density of 'bumps' as Cubby would say.
Watching CR in the morning would wreck me for the rest of the day.