knapplc wrote: moonhead wrote:
knapplc wrote:I seem to recall George Clooney's version of Batman in some similar circumstances, I believe.
he doesn't count. just like dalton doesn't count against bond.
So then you're counting Kilmer? Or Keaton? Because you're running out of bad Bonds if you keep one of those two.
Not that it really matters. Batman or Bond - either is going to clean the floor with Bauer.
Keaton is still the best Batman. Bale is a much better Bruce Wayne, but Keaton owned at playing the bat. Kilmer was neither good nor bad, he didn't ruin the movie, but he got the show stolen by Carey as the Riddler.
As for Bonds, well Connery, is the best actor amongst both groups, and simply classic. I never really cared for Roger Moore myself, and Dalton was just as atrocious as Bond as Clooney playing Batman. Pierce gets a lot of flak it seems, though I personally thought it was the plots for most of his Bond films that made the movies bad, not how he acted in them.
In the end, I'd give the edge to Bond. He is the best assassin-type character we've got on screen, though this should be close, as Batman deals with much higher powered villains, despite having no super-powers and I think Q makes his normal gadget advantage equal with Bond.