"That's a Smith and Wesson, and you've had your six."
Not bad for the first outing of (what has since become) a major film franchise based on the book by Ian Flemming, Dr No broke barriers for mainstream Hollywood cinema in the 1960s with its violence and sex, earning 60 times it's production budget back at the box office.
It's a crisp film overall, filled with witty and clever dialogue and editing, and though it does slow a little in the middle, Dr No introduces film audiences to so many of the Bond tropes we have come to love (and cringe at) over the past five decades.
It's a film that has resonated very well with audiences since too, unlike numerous other films in the Bond franchise since.
If you're into Austin Powers and The Simpsons episode You Only Move Twice then you'll doubly-appreciate this cinematic gem for sure!