Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan slips into 007's delectable tux in the 17th installment of the James Bond franchise. And though the Cold War may be over, those wily Russians are still causing problems for our debonair hero. Brosnan enjoys the company of a pair of notable Bond girls: Famke Janssen sizzles as murderous mafia cohort Xenia Onatopp, while Judi Dench breaks MI6's glass ceiling to become the first female M.

 

 

Moonraker

Move over Buck Rogers, here comes something suavier. Inspired by the popularity of the Star Wars films, this 1979 installment of the Bond franchise finds the beloved British agent on a mission to the moon to take down a sinister billionaire planning to wipe out the world's population and create a master race. Look for all the groovy gadgets and one-liners the series is known for, as well as nail-biting face-offs with the steel-toothed assassin Jaws, a high speed gondola chase through Venice, a zero gravity laser gun battle, and a showdown with a giant man-eating snake. It's outrageous with a capital "00".

 

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Dr. No

Sean Connery sports a tux and a bevy of one-liners. Ursula Andress emerges from the waves in a white bikini and low-slung knife holster. Dr. No plots evil in his Nehru jacket. Every James Bond iconic moment starts here in 1962's Dr. No. The gadgets will come later, and the camp is held at bay – but 007's very first film is undoubtedly Bond through and through.

 

Goldfinger

Maybe it's the economy talking, but seriously - nobody messes with Fort Knox. 007 hops the pond to protect America's gold supply from the malicious Auric Goldfinger, who intends to sully the precious metal with atomic radiation. The fan favorites are all here: stout henchman Oddjob and his razor-sharp bowler hat, the laser beam aimed at 007's crown jewels, the truly pimped out Aston Martin... Oh, and two little words that make Sean Connery's lips curl ever so slightly when he utters them: Pussy Galore.

 

The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

Quantum of Solace
Skyfall

007 is missing, presumed dead. MI6 is under cyberterror attack. M is against the ropes with her country's highest authorities, and there's a supervillain out there who looks an awful lot like Javier Bardem with a platinum blond dye job. In other words, things are getting serious. Sam Mendes directs this latest addition to the James Bond franchise, striking a perfect balance of action, intrigue and sexy good times while plumbing emotional new depths to reveal what makes 007 tick.

Oscar© 2013 Nominee for Cinematography, Original Score, Original Song, Sound Mixing, and Sound Editing.

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You Only Live Twice

What's better than a James Bond flick? A James Bond flick with ninjas. 007 fakes his own death and heads for Japan to investigate the disappearance of an American spacecraft and its Soviet counterpart -- all before the suspicious superpowers blow each other to kingdom come. Sean Connery's effortless charm is a given, but the real treat here is Donald Pleasence, whose evil Blofield finally steps out of the shadows.

Die Another Day
Die Another Day
The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

Live and Let Die

Long before Carrie Bradshaw was swept off her feet by a guy called "Mr. Big," James Bond was looking to bring him to his knees. Roger Moore gets his first shot at 007's tux in this edgier, more diverse Bond flick. And while stopping a drug lord from putting two tons of heroin on the street may seem pedestrian by Bond standards, rest assured-heads will explode. This one's worth it for the soundtrack alone.

 

Casino Royale
Casino Royale
Tomorrow Never Dies

A great many Bond girls are merely set decoration, but Michelle Yeoh prefers straight up butt-kicking. Pierce Brosnan's 007 teams up with Yeoh to bring down unstoppable media mogul Elliot Carver, who's planning a world war so his network can dominate the news coverage.  Even worse, he's married to Bond's ex-girlfriend. Teri Hatcher, how could you?  Celeb sighting bonus: keep your eyes peeled for an unknown Gerard Butler aboard the HMS Devonshire.

 

 

Skyfall

007 is missing, presumed dead. MI6 is under cyberterror attack. M is against the ropes with her country's highest authorities, and there's a supervillain out there who looks an awful lot like Javier Bardem with a platinum blond dye job. In other words, things are getting serious. Sam Mendes directs this latest addition to the James Bond franchise, striking a perfect balance of action, intrigue and sexy good times while plumbing emotional new depths to reveal what makes 007 tick.

Oscar© 2013 Nominee for Cinematography, Original Score, Original Song, Sound Mixing, and Sound Editing.

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The Spy Who Loved Me

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, a new Jaws is on the scene-and this one's got metal teeth. Giant toothy henchmen aside, James Bond has his hands full with a feisty Russian partner who just might love him if she can get over the fact that he killed her husband.  Plus, there's the power-hungry oceanographer intent on destroying the world and starting fresh with an underwater civilization of his own making. Mr. Bond, nobody does it better.

 

The Spy Who Loved Me

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, a new Jaws is on the scene-and this one's got metal teeth. Giant toothy henchmen aside, James Bond has his hands full with a feisty Russian partner who just might love him if she can get over the fact that he killed her husband.  Plus, there's the power-hungry oceanographer intent on destroying the world and starting fresh with an underwater civilization of his own making. Mr. Bond, nobody does it better.

 

The Spy Who Loved Me

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, a new Jaws is on the scene-and this one's got metal teeth. Giant toothy henchmen aside, James Bond has his hands full with a feisty Russian partner who just might love him if she can get over the fact that he killed her husband.  Plus, there's the power-hungry oceanographer intent on destroying the world and starting fresh with an underwater civilization of his own making. Mr. Bond, nobody does it better.

 

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

George Lazenby, we hardly knew ye. The Australian actor only donned 007's duds in this single outing, but he used his time well: seducing a semi-hypnotized harem known as the Angels of Death, preventing worldwide agricultural destruction at the hands of the evil Blofeld, and marrying the damsel in distress. Who's going to tell the bride about that whole harem thing?

 

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On Her Majesty's Secret Service

George Lazenby, we hardly knew ye. The Australian actor only donned 007's duds in this single outing, but he used his time well: seducing a semi-hypnotized harem known as the Angels of Death, preventing worldwide agricultural destruction at the hands of the evil Blofeld, and marrying the damsel in distress. Who's going to tell the bride about that whole harem thing?

 

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Octopussy

Usually a civilization comprised entirely of beautiful women is a job for Captain Kirk, but in this case, 007 takes a crack at it.  James Bond goes after captivating circus leader Octopussy, whose jewel smuggling ring might be a front for something far more sinister. And though it's a given that Mr. Bond is likely already a member of the Mile High Club, he treads new ground with mid-air fisticuffs on top of the plane.

 

 

Octopussy

Usually a civilization comprised entirely of beautiful women is a job for Captain Kirk, but in this case, 007 takes a crack at it.  James Bond goes after captivating circus leader Octopussy, whose jewel smuggling ring might be a front for something far more sinister. And though it's a given that Mr. Bond is likely already a member of the Mile High Club, he treads new ground with mid-air fisticuffs on top of the plane.

 

 

Octopussy

Usually a civilization comprised entirely of beautiful women is a job for Captain Kirk, but in this case, 007 takes a crack at it.  James Bond goes after captivating circus leader Octopussy, whose jewel smuggling ring might be a front for something far more sinister. And though it's a given that Mr. Bond is likely already a member of the Mile High Club, he treads new ground with mid-air fisticuffs on top of the plane.

 

 

Never Say Never Again

Sean Connery officially hung up his martini glass after 1971's Diamonds Are Forever - but as his wife wisely advised him, "never say never." The original James Bond returns for a last hurrah in this re-imagined take on Thunderball, and though he may be older, he's still fit to save the world. Max von Sydow and Klaus Maria Brandauer step up as SPECTRE's terrible twosome, while vixens Kim Basinger and Barbara Carrera prove 007 is all man - no little blue pills required.

 

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Never Say Never Again

Sean Connery officially hung up his martini glass after 1971's Diamonds Are Forever - but as his wife wisely advised him, "never say never." The original James Bond returns for a last hurrah in this re-imagined take on Thunderball, and though he may be older, he's still fit to save the world. Max von Sydow and Klaus Maria Brandauer step up as SPECTRE's terrible twosome, while vixens Kim Basinger and Barbara Carrera prove 007 is all man - no little blue pills required.

 

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Never Say Never Again

Sean Connery officially hung up his martini glass after 1971's Diamonds Are Forever - but as his wife wisely advised him, "never say never." The original James Bond returns for a last hurrah in this re-imagined take on Thunderball, and though he may be older, he's still fit to save the world. Max von Sydow and Klaus Maria Brandauer step up as SPECTRE's terrible twosome, while vixens Kim Basinger and Barbara Carrera prove 007 is all man - no little blue pills required.

 

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Moonraker

Move over Buck Rogers, here comes something suavier. Inspired by the popularity of the Star Wars films, this 1979 installment of the Bond franchise finds the beloved British agent on a mission to the moon to take down a sinister billionaire planning to wipe out the world's population and create a master race. Look for all the groovy gadgets and one-liners the series is known for, as well as nail-biting face-offs with the steel-toothed assassin Jaws, a high speed gondola chase through Venice, a zero gravity laser gun battle, and a showdown with a giant man-eating snake. It's outrageous with a capital "00".

 

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Thunderball

Once upon a time, James Bond found a jet pack. And he lived happily ever after. No, wait-that's just the beginning. Sean Connery's fourth outing as 007 takes a page from Jacques Cousteau's playbook, as Bond proves he can fight evil under the sea just as well as on the mainland. Bedding beautiful women, however, is still reserved for dry ground... mostly.

 

Thunderball

Once upon a time, James Bond found a jet pack. And he lived happily ever after. No, wait-that's just the beginning. Sean Connery's fourth outing as 007 takes a page from Jacques Cousteau's playbook, as Bond proves he can fight evil under the sea just as well as on the mainland. Bedding beautiful women, however, is still reserved for dry ground... mostly.

 

You Only Live Twice

What's better than a James Bond flick? A James Bond flick with ninjas. 007 fakes his own death and heads for Japan to investigate the disappearance of an American spacecraft and its Soviet counterpart -- all before the suspicious superpowers blow each other to kingdom come. Sean Connery's effortless charm is a given, but the real treat here is Donald Pleasence, whose evil Blofield finally steps out of the shadows.

The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

The World Is Not Enough

When it comes to James Bond flicks, there's no such thing as a plot device too crazy or a Bond girl too hot. So whether you're into exploding hot air balloons or a nuclear physicist named Christmas (played by Denise Richards, no less), 007's got you covered in this, the 19th installment in the Bond franchise. The world's sexiest super spy is assigned to protect the heiress of a billionaire, but soon uncovers a deadly terrorist scheme to drive up the price of oil... there's sinister, and then there's just plain evil.

A View To A Kill

If you think the James Bond franchise could use a little more cowbell, look no further. Christopher Walken steps in as evil (blond!) mastermind Max Zorin, who's hell-bent on destroying Silicon Valley. Henchwoman May Day (Grace Jones) towers at his side, with orders to take 007 down any way she can. Yikes. Roger Moore ends his reign as Bond in this 14th installment of the series, but not before offering his sexy sidekick a freshly baked quiche. Okay James, there's suave and then there's just plain trying too hard.

 

 

A View To A Kill

If you think the James Bond franchise could use a little more cowbell, look no further. Christopher Walken steps in as evil (blond!) mastermind Max Zorin, who's hell-bent on destroying Silicon Valley. Henchwoman May Day (Grace Jones) towers at his side, with orders to take 007 down any way she can. Yikes. Roger Moore ends his reign as Bond in this 14th installment of the series, but not before offering his sexy sidekick a freshly baked quiche. Okay James, there's suave and then there's just plain trying too hard.

 

 

A View To A Kill

If you think the James Bond franchise could use a little more cowbell, look no further. Christopher Walken steps in as evil (blond!) mastermind Max Zorin, who's hell-bent on destroying Silicon Valley. Henchwoman May Day (Grace Jones) towers at his side, with orders to take 007 down any way she can. Yikes. Roger Moore ends his reign as Bond in this 14th installment of the series, but not before offering his sexy sidekick a freshly baked quiche. Okay James, there's suave and then there's just plain trying too hard.

 

 

Tomorrow Never Dies

A great many Bond girls are merely set decoration, but Michelle Yeoh prefers straight up butt-kicking. Pierce Brosnan's 007 teams up with Yeoh to bring down unstoppable media mogul Elliot Carver, who's planning a world war so his network can dominate the news coverage.  Even worse, he's married to Bond's ex-girlfriend. Teri Hatcher, how could you?  Celeb sighting bonus: keep your eyes peeled for an unknown Gerard Butler aboard the HMS Devonshire.

 

 

Tomorrow Never Dies

A great many Bond girls are merely set decoration, but Michelle Yeoh prefers straight up butt-kicking. Pierce Brosnan's 007 teams up with Yeoh to bring down unstoppable media mogul Elliot Carver, who's planning a world war so his network can dominate the news coverage.  Even worse, he's married to Bond's ex-girlfriend. Teri Hatcher, how could you?  Celeb sighting bonus: keep your eyes peeled for an unknown Gerard Butler aboard the HMS Devonshire.

 

 

Tomorrow Never Dies

A great many Bond girls are merely set decoration, but Michelle Yeoh prefers straight up butt-kicking. Pierce Brosnan's 007 teams up with Yeoh to bring down unstoppable media mogul Elliot Carver, who's planning a world war so his network can dominate the news coverage.  Even worse, he's married to Bond's ex-girlfriend. Teri Hatcher, how could you?  Celeb sighting bonus: keep your eyes peeled for an unknown Gerard Butler aboard the HMS Devonshire.

 

 

Thunderball

Once upon a time, James Bond found a jet pack. And he lived happily ever after. No, wait-that's just the beginning. Sean Connery's fourth outing as 007 takes a page from Jacques Cousteau's playbook, as Bond proves he can fight evil under the sea just as well as on the mainland. Bedding beautiful women, however, is still reserved for dry ground... mostly.

 

Moonraker

Move over Buck Rogers, here comes something suavier. Inspired by the popularity of the Star Wars films, this 1979 installment of the Bond franchise finds the beloved British agent on a mission to the moon to take down a sinister billionaire planning to wipe out the world's population and create a master race. Look for all the groovy gadgets and one-liners the series is known for, as well as nail-biting face-offs with the steel-toothed assassin Jaws, a high speed gondola chase through Venice, a zero gravity laser gun battle, and a showdown with a giant man-eating snake. It's outrageous with a capital "00".

 

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Moonraker

Move over Buck Rogers, here comes something suavier. Inspired by the popularity of the Star Wars films, this 1979 installment of the Bond franchise finds the beloved British agent on a mission to the moon to take down a sinister billionaire planning to wipe out the world's population and create a master race. Look for all the groovy gadgets and one-liners the series is known for, as well as nail-biting face-offs with the steel-toothed assassin Jaws, a high speed gondola chase through Venice, a zero gravity laser gun battle, and a showdown with a giant man-eating snake. It's outrageous with a capital "00".

 

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The Man With The Golden Gun

Has James Bond met his match? Maybe. The assassin Scaramanga speaks softly and carries a golden gun-and if you're not careful, his car will go all Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the most inopportune times. Roger Moore tackles the energy crisis and the man out for his blood in this 9th installment of the franchise, which includes the-woman-who-would-be Octopussy, Maud Adams, and diminutive henchman Nick Nack, played by future Fantasy Island star Herve Villechaize.

 

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Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan slips into 007's delectable tux in the 17th installment of the James Bond franchise. And though the Cold War may be over, those wily Russians are still causing problems for our debonair hero. Brosnan enjoys the company of a pair of notable Bond girls: Famke Janssen sizzles as murderous mafia cohort Xenia Onatopp, while Judi Dench breaks MI6's glass ceiling to become the first female M.

 

 

From Russia with Love

Sean Connery returns as 007 in the franchise's second outing, considered by many to be the best Bond film of all time. Beautiful Russian national Tatiana Romanova gets word to MI6 that she's willing to defect with a top secret translating device, but she'll only work with James Bond. Whether or not she's a double agent, it's easy to see these negotiations will take place between the sheets-which could spell trouble for the fate of the world.

 

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From Russia with Love

Sean Connery returns as 007 in the franchise's second outing, considered by many to be the best Bond film of all time. Beautiful Russian national Tatiana Romanova gets word to MI6 that she's willing to defect with a top secret translating device, but she'll only work with James Bond. Whether or not she's a double agent, it's easy to see these negotiations will take place between the sheets-which could spell trouble for the fate of the world.

 

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For Your Eyes Only

Roger Moore returns as the man with a license to kill in the 12th James Bond film-and this time, it's personal. Okay, not really. 007 is on the hunt for a weapons activation system capable of turning the Western world into kibbles 'n bits; unfortunately, it's somewhere on the ocean floor. Buxom babes and elaborate getaways abound in what is mostly standard Bond fare, although who can resist the Sheena Easton theme song?

 

For Your Eyes Only

Roger Moore returns as the man with a license to kill in the 12th James Bond film-and this time, it's personal. Okay, not really. 007 is on the hunt for a weapons activation system capable of turning the Western world into kibbles 'n bits; unfortunately, it's somewhere on the ocean floor. Buxom babes and elaborate getaways abound in what is mostly standard Bond fare, although who can resist the Sheena Easton theme song?

 

For Your Eyes Only

Roger Moore returns as the man with a license to kill in the 12th James Bond film-and this time, it's personal. Okay, not really. 007 is on the hunt for a weapons activation system capable of turning the Western world into kibbles 'n bits; unfortunately, it's somewhere on the ocean floor. Buxom babes and elaborate getaways abound in what is mostly standard Bond fare, although who can resist the Sheena Easton theme song?

 

Dr. No

Sean Connery sports a tux and a bevy of one-liners. Ursula Andress emerges from the waves in a white bikini and low-slung knife holster. Dr. No plots evil in his Nehru jacket. Every James Bond iconic moment starts here in 1962's Dr. No. The gadgets will come later, and the camp is held at bay – but 007's very first film is undoubtedly Bond through and through.

 

Diamonds Are Forever

Think of it as your bonus Bond: Sean Connery pulled a Bret Favre and came out of retirement for another as 007, claiming the torch back from one-timer George Lazenby. For his troubles, Connery gets to do his dashing routine against a Las Vegas backdrop, hot on the heels of a diamond smuggling ring. Add a high-speed chase across the desert in a NASA moon buggy and the amorous advances of one Plenty O'Toole, and you've got yourself a Bond flick.

 

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Diamonds Are Forever

Think of it as your bonus Bond: Sean Connery pulled a Bret Favre and came out of retirement for another as 007, claiming the torch back from one-timer George Lazenby. For his troubles, Connery gets to do his dashing routine against a Las Vegas backdrop, hot on the heels of a diamond smuggling ring. Add a high-speed chase across the desert in a NASA moon buggy and the amorous advances of one Plenty O'Toole, and you've got yourself a Bond flick.

 

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Casino Royale 1967

Long before Austin Powers spoofed the spy genre, 007 did it himself in a madcap romp of epic proportions so massive, in fact, that it took five directors and six Bonds to pull the whole thing off. Flying saucers? Check. Cavalry cavorting through a casino? Of course! An exploding Woody Allen? You bet. If this swinging send-up leaves you anything but delightfully outraged, crank up the Burt Bacharach and try pouring yourself another glass of bubbly.

 

 

Casino Royale 1967

Long before Austin Powers spoofed the spy genre, 007 did it himself in a madcap romp of epic proportions so massive, in fact, that it took five directors and six Bonds to pull the whole thing off. Flying saucers? Check. Cavalry cavorting through a casino? Of course! An exploding Woody Allen? You bet. If this swinging send-up leaves you anything but delightfully outraged, crank up the Burt Bacharach and try pouring yourself another glass of bubbly.

 

 

Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan slips into 007's delectable tux in the 17th installment of the James Bond franchise. And though the Cold War may be over, those wily Russians are still causing problems for our debonair hero. Brosnan enjoys the company of a pair of notable Bond girls: Famke Janssen sizzles as murderous mafia cohort Xenia Onatopp, while Judi Dench breaks MI6's glass ceiling to become the first female M.

 

 

Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan slips into 007's delectable tux in the 17th installment of the James Bond franchise. And though the Cold War may be over, those wily Russians are still causing problems for our debonair hero. Brosnan enjoys the company of a pair of notable Bond girls: Famke Janssen sizzles as murderous mafia cohort Xenia Onatopp, while Judi Dench breaks MI6's glass ceiling to become the first female M.

 

 

The Man With The Golden Gun

Has James Bond met his match? Maybe. The assassin Scaramanga speaks softly and carries a golden gun-and if you're not careful, his car will go all Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the most inopportune times. Roger Moore tackles the energy crisis and the man out for his blood in this 9th installment of the franchise, which includes the-woman-who-would-be Octopussy, Maud Adams, and diminutive henchman Nick Nack, played by future Fantasy Island star Herve Villechaize.

 

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The Living Daylights

Timothy Dalton takes over the Bond mantle from Roger Moore as a darker, but still dashing, 007. With a fairly nebulous plot that involves a defecting KGB general and a rogue U.S. arms dealer, the action sequences steal the show - from parachuting onto the Rock of Gibraltar to tobogganing down a snowy slope atop a cello case. Nothing classes up a movie faster than a cello.

 

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The Living Daylights

Timothy Dalton takes over the Bond mantle from Roger Moore as a darker, but still dashing, 007. With a fairly nebulous plot that involves a defecting KGB general and a rogue U.S. arms dealer, the action sequences steal the show - from parachuting onto the Rock of Gibraltar to tobogganing down a snowy slope atop a cello case. Nothing classes up a movie faster than a cello.

 

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Live and Let Die

Long before Carrie Bradshaw was swept off her feet by a guy called "Mr. Big," James Bond was looking to bring him to his knees. Roger Moore gets his first shot at 007's tux in this edgier, more diverse Bond flick. And while stopping a drug lord from putting two tons of heroin on the street may seem pedestrian by Bond standards, rest assured-heads will explode. This one's worth it for the soundtrack alone.

 

Live and Let Die

Long before Carrie Bradshaw was swept off her feet by a guy called "Mr. Big," James Bond was looking to bring him to his knees. Roger Moore gets his first shot at 007's tux in this edgier, more diverse Bond flick. And while stopping a drug lord from putting two tons of heroin on the street may seem pedestrian by Bond standards, rest assured-heads will explode. This one's worth it for the soundtrack alone.

 

Live and Let Die

Long before Carrie Bradshaw was swept off her feet by a guy called "Mr. Big," James Bond was looking to bring him to his knees. Roger Moore gets his first shot at 007's tux in this edgier, more diverse Bond flick. And while stopping a drug lord from putting two tons of heroin on the street may seem pedestrian by Bond standards, rest assured-heads will explode. This one's worth it for the soundtrack alone.

 

Licence To Kill

Of all the men in the world you don't want to make angry, James Bond is right up there with Bruce Banner. 007 resigns from MI6 to take on a personal mission of vengeance after his best friend's bride is murdered on their wedding night. If he just so happens to take down an international drug cartel along the way, well, we'll call it a two-fer. This turned out to be Timothy Dalton's final outing as Bond.

 

 

Licence To Kill

Of all the men in the world you don't want to make angry, James Bond is right up there with Bruce Banner. 007 resigns from MI6 to take on a personal mission of vengeance after his best friend's bride is murdered on their wedding night. If he just so happens to take down an international drug cartel along the way, well, we'll call it a two-fer. This turned out to be Timothy Dalton's final outing as Bond.

 

 

Goldfinger

Maybe it's the economy talking, but seriously - nobody messes with Fort Knox. 007 hops the pond to protect America's gold supply from the malicious Auric Goldfinger, who intends to sully the precious metal with atomic radiation. The fan favorites are all here: stout henchman Oddjob and his razor-sharp bowler hat, the laser beam aimed at 007's crown jewels, the truly pimped out Aston Martin... Oh, and two little words that make Sean Connery's lips curl ever so slightly when he utters them: Pussy Galore.

 

Goldfinger

Maybe it's the economy talking, but seriously - nobody messes with Fort Knox. 007 hops the pond to protect America's gold supply from the malicious Auric Goldfinger, who intends to sully the precious metal with atomic radiation. The fan favorites are all here: stout henchman Oddjob and his razor-sharp bowler hat, the laser beam aimed at 007's crown jewels, the truly pimped out Aston Martin... Oh, and two little words that make Sean Connery's lips curl ever so slightly when he utters them: Pussy Galore.

 

Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan slips into 007's delectable tux in the 17th installment of the James Bond franchise. And though the Cold War may be over, those wily Russians are still causing problems for our debonair hero. Brosnan enjoys the company of a pair of notable Bond girls: Famke Janssen sizzles as murderous mafia cohort Xenia Onatopp, while Judi Dench breaks MI6's glass ceiling to become the first female M.

 

 

Casino Royale 1967

Long before Austin Powers spoofed the spy genre, 007 did it himself in a madcap romp of epic proportions so massive, in fact, that it took five directors and six Bonds to pull the whole thing off. Flying saucers? Check. Cavalry cavorting through a casino? Of course! An exploding Woody Allen? You bet. If this swinging send-up leaves you anything but delightfully outraged, crank up the Burt Bacharach and try pouring yourself another glass of bubbly.