Despite his second outing as Bond 'Quantum of Solace' not receiving quite the same praise as his first, Daniel Craig's version of the iconic secret agent has generally been seen as a good thing.
However one person who doesn't agree is former James Bond George Lazenby, as he thinks Craig's Bond has no heart and is a bit too violent.
The Australian actor told Entertainment Weekly: "He's a fantastic actor, but [his movies] are more violent, aren't they? It's the way our society has gone.
"You can't have someone who's got feelings now. Bond has to be able to shoot someone now and kiss a girl three minutes later. When I did it, it had more heart. There's no heart to the new Bond."
Now, putting aside the rarity of an Australian remonstrating about something being too violent, Lazenby's time as Bond wasn't exactly covered in glory, starring in only one film before toddling off and saying he'd never play the character again.
Lazenby has even been mocked on The Simpsons for his forgettable performance as Bond.
So perhaps Lazenby shouldn't comment on Craig's Bond, especially as if there were to be a fight between the two, the character in evidence in 'Casino Royale' and upcoming movie 'Skyfall' would wipe the floor with him.
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