Published 2012-11-15T07:38:02Z Updated 2017-11-11T19:56:50Z
My personal favorite, the standard by which all Bond films should be judged.
The most beautiful of Bond women, and the best villain in the series, Red Grant played by Robert Shaw.
Maybe because it is new, or maybe because it is great.
The one that started it all.
The best Roger Moore, and the biggest entertainment value of all of the films. Fun, Fun, Fun.
The reboot is great and Craig becomes the second best bond of all time.
One shot George Lazenby, stars as the new Bond with a real romantic relationship. The 007 film with the most depressing ending ever.
The most financially successful Bond ever. Too big at times and a little long but spectacular to look at.
The most under rated Bond, Timothy Dalton, in a revenge flick with the Fleming touch.
Roger Moore takes over and has a blast in a dated entry that survives because of a couple of great stunts and the voodoo motif. Jane Seymour helps (a lot).
The second Martin Campbell directed Bond in a row, the Pierce Brosnan Bond that should have been the start of greatness but simply peaked too soon.
Roger Moore in the Straightest Spy Film he made.
Dalton as 007 in a Bond film that is very much a Bond film.
What a title, and a good solid film with just a few of the silly characteristics of the Roger Moore Era.
Weak villain but cool settings and a great partner in spy shenanigans.
Some good ideas and a beautiful antagonist but also a terrible Bond girl. Both women in the same picture.
A beautiful film filled with a stupid story and an annoying Bond girl. The golden gun was terrific stuff itself.
The poster is better than the movie, the song is better than the poster, and the memory is fonder than it should be.
Great looking film with big set pieces but Connery is boered and the plot is a bit silly.
A big disappointment after the Casino Royale film. An immediate sequel that failed to match story quality.
The laziest story, the weakest stunts, and a too old Roger Moore.
Bond in outer space, it is a comedy with James Bond as the straight man.
CGI goes crazy after a promising start. A let down for Brosnan although it was a success.