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The best James Bond movie ever has been created by a series of polls on MSN
James Bond's perfect movie has been revealed. And it ain't Skyfall. A series of polls across MSN UK have revealed the British public's ideal Bond movie,
So what is the perfect Bond car? Who is the perfect Bond girl? Who, crucially, is the perfect Bond!? Over 20,000 of you have voted in our polls and we can reveal the perfect Bond movie, as created by YOU!
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Without a doubt the best Bond movie (for me) has got to be Casino Royale, starring Daniel Craig.
The worst, without a doubt, is Skyfall. I slept through most of it.. I did cry a little tear at one particular harrowing scene, where the old Aston Martin exploded and died.. such a tragic loss to a lovely car (sniff). Oh, and Judy Dench died too.. xx
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