After looking at this division, I am making a unilateral decision and completely removing the Roger Moore division from competition. This will be the ultimate battle of new age versus classic. Considering I think I am the only male voter under forty this could be a blood bath, but I think you will all agree it will be quite compelling. Lana Wood and Ursella Andres advance from the Connery division into the Final Four. Two from this division will pass. Comments about each added at bottom.
Diana Rigg (Her Majesty's Secret Service)
Carey Lowell (License to Kill)
Kara Milovy (The Living Daylights)
Isabella Scorupco (Goldeneye)
Famke Jannsen (Goldeneye)
Michelle Yeoh (Tomorrow Never Dies)
Teri Hatcher (Tomorrow Never Dies)
Sophie Marceau (Worst Bond Movie Ever)
Denise Richards (Worst Bond Movie Ever)
Halle Berry (Die Another Day)
Eva Green (Casino Royale)
Olga Kurylenko (Quantam of Solace)
Please take your time with these pictures. You'll quickly see why the 1970s and 1980s was a down time for Bond. I know where this vote is likely going, but remember we need to pick two and some of them may surprise you. I'll leave a little comment about each below and then vote in the first comment.
Diana Rigg- I was disappointed by the picture selection, but she is a different breed anyway. Very cute indeed. I likely won't pick her for either slot, but very underrated.
Carey Lowell- Also very underrated. I'm not picking her either, but I enjoyed her work on Law and Order.
Kara Milovy- Straight from the late 1970s playbook. Extremely average and Timothy Dalton was too serious to be a good Bond.
Isabella Scorupco- I actually like her better than Famke Jannsen and I figure that to be an upset. I really liked her look in the film.
Famke Jannsen- Villains have a built in advantage. She was downright scary, but in a very sexy way.
Michelle Yeoh- She could kick your ass, so that deserves some bonus points.
Teri Hatcher- Back in the Lois and Clark days she may have been one of the top five sexiest women on the planet.
Sophie Marceau- This one wasn't her fault. The writing was shitty and the casting director that selected Denise Richards should be flogged repeatedly. Decent enough.
Denise Richards- You have got to be fricking kidding me. Denise Richards as a nuclear physicist? Really? I suppose Rick Moranis was unavailable when they were casting for Batman.
Halle Berry- You go with your Ursella Andres moment. I'll stick with Halle Berry thank you very much.
Eva Green- She was very different, but in a good way. Instead of playing with names or making her a pinhead, she was real, and real beautiful.
Olga Kurylenko- I cannot remember one blasted thing about this movie, but I sure remember her.
Remember. Pick two.