Timothy Dalton has always been my favorite Bond. The Living Daylights was a movie that I watched many times as a child growing up in the 80's. I watched the rest of Bond movies later, but The Living Daylights had more magic than any other movie. Timothy Dalton's second movie as Bond was Licence to Kill, released in the summer of 1989. I was seven years old when I saw Licence to Kill in the theatres back then and it seems like yesterday. Dalton's second Bond film is not as good as his first effort for a number of reasons. John Barry(the man reponsible for making the Great music of Bond for the last 24 years)left and Michael Kamen does not mesh well with Bond. Also, the only interesting characters are the villian(Robert Davi) and Bond(Timothy Dalton). It is good that Q has a big role in this entry though. Timothy Dalton is the man who should be appreciated more by fans. His movies had originality which no other actor can say. Patti Labelle's song in the end credits is Great and makes me wish Licence to Kill was even longer than it was. I HATE that Dalton left after this movie because he would have been GREAT in Goldeneye and blows Pierce, Sean, Roger, and George OUT OF THE WATER!!