For a lot of people born in the late '80s and early '90s, their first introduction to James Bond was the Nintendo 64 game, "GoldenEye 007." It was an undeniably huge game that, as much as any of the movies, helped relaunch the series with Pierce Brosnan in the lead.
The first-person shooter allowed you to be James Bond, so it would stand to reason that someone who actually portrayed 007 on the big screen would be really good at the game.
But that is not the case.
Those illusions were shattered on "The Tonight Show" when Jimmy Fallon challenged Brosnan to a round of "GoldenEye," and the former Bond actor's skill level was about what you'd expect from your average dad.