Top 10 James Bond Moviesronpanarotti It remains to be seen how well Daniel Craig will be received in "Casino Royale," but with the movie?s premiere only weeks away, this is a good time to look back on the best of 007?s adventures to date.
The Top Ten
This is the best one--has everyone of bonds characters, the gadgets, the car, the girl, everything. Pierce brosnan and sean connery both come after daniel craig... Its awesome
This movie is just awesome... Daniel craig has performed very well, and the highlight is the astin martin car!
This movie blew me away! Quantum of solace didn't even have the james bond theme music
I would love this to be my jobV 80 Comments
"Do you expect me to talk?
- No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die! "
Goldfinger is the most brained, evil minded, ruthless Bond villain ever, and has the coolest henchman of all : Oddjob! That's why it's the best Bond movie!
But why on earth From Russia with Love didn't even make the list?
Most people consider this #1 -- my argument is that since Bond spends most of the middle section of the film locked up in a cell, it's not quite as exciting as From Russia with Love. But those two films, in terms of story and direction, set a standard for the Bond films that has not been repeated since. - ronpanarotti
Even though the bond films are really good (especially Casino Royale) Goldfinger is full on Bond, I mean that golf game is fantastic it sums up Bond and Goldfinger perfectly, Bond uses his mind and has patience while Goldfinger is cheating with confidence. The new Bond films are slowly becoming more like the Bourne franchise: Action, (Well directed action that is) and humourless. Bond himself should be witty and once it comes to Q telling him about the new gadgets, childish. I love Goldfinger so much and many people now a days never really watch the classics they stick with the new ones. Now don't get me wrong the new ones are still class besides Quantum. I just think that directers are falling further away from what Sean Connery was, I mean he was BOND like Mel Gibson will always be Mad Max. I hope I don't get assassinated for this.
This in my opinion, is just original, the others grew redundant and stale, but this is an original Sean Connery film, which deserves to go first.V 44 Comments
Daniel has made 007 three dimensional. It's gritty, tense, and full of non-stop action. Gone is snobbish playboy (Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan) who would seem inept in going mano y mano, Craig's a scrapper and when he chases a villain, he does it with singular, focused and ruthless intensity. Terrific surprise ending. And great use of the classic DB5. Can't wait for the next installment. Daniel Craig is 007.
This movie was an absolute blast! There was so much to enjoy in what is, in my opinion, likely the best of the series. Everything from the opening titles to the gun barrel at the end was top-notch. - BKAllmighty
Skyfall is the best J. Bond 007 movie in the world better than any other action film ever not even the best in the world the best in the universe
Best James Bond movie everV 56 Comments
This was, is, and will always be not only my favorite 007 movie but also my favorite movie of all time. GoldenEye is about two spies who were former friends and are now bitter enemies. The Bond girl actually had a major role unlike the others and the movie revived the 007 franchise. People thought that Bond was no longer good but GoldenEye brought back the 007 greatness.The fight between 007 and 006 was my favorite part of the movie, two sworn enemies at each other's throats was just exceptional. - bishop.moore07
goldeneye was a really good film staring pierce brosnan who is well I think the best actor who has played james bond in a long time
Very exciting, thrilling and superb. Get prepared for loads of action
My favorite since I was a little kid watching it when shown om T.V.. And will always be my favoriteV 18 Comments
From Russia with Love is simply amazing for a Bond film. Even though it was made in the 60's, all the spy and humor elements that make Bond are present in this film. The girl he gets with is beautiful even by today's standards. The plot line is believable, there are no giant lasers and invisible cars in this film. Sean Connery pulls off the character to perfection and I believe this is his best film. Also, Red Grant is cool as Bond's nemesis and definitely a worthy opponent both physically and mentally. SPECTRE is also introduced in this movie which begins the plot line for many subsequent Bond films later on. If you call yourself a Bond fan, this is a movie you must see. Sean Connery pulls off the character to perfection and I believe this is his best film. - InhaleDeep
The only Bond movie to date that truly involves espionage. It's got Sean Connery, the best Bond of all time, in top form, with the best plot of the entire series and superb villains in the form of Lotte Lenya (Rosa Klebb) and Grant (Robert Shaw). Plenty of suspense, minimal gadgets, and Bond is forced to rely on his wits as a ruthless combination of spy and detective. - ronpanarotti
Oh, yes, From Russia With Love has it all. A villain who's every bit as smart and tough as the hero (and admit it, Shaw blows Connery off-screen). Before Bond started being about exotic locations and ludicrous gadgets.
Most millennials haven't watched the old bond films, which is why I think the newer films top this list. If you're gonna watch ONE of the old Bonds, watch this one!V 12 Comments
Despite George Lazenby, this is one of the best in the series, with some scenes on par with a Hitchcock thriller. If Connery had done this movie, it probably would have been the best Bond of all time. The Bond girl is a real character instead of a bimbo, there is a compelling love story, and the ending is unforgettable, packing an emotional punch not often seen in Bond films. - ronpanarotti
If Connery had made this film, it wouldn't have been nearly as good. In the 1960s, Connery WAS Bond. After he left, the filmmakers were faced with a seemingly insurmountable task: they had to convince the public that Lazenby, a model with little acting experience, could fill Connery's shoes. Since the filmmakers knew that Lazenby didn't have the chops to carry the whole film, they made sure that the rest of the film--the script, the sets, the scenery, the supporting players--were stellar. Their anxiety over the film's success propelled the film makers to new creative heights, and without that spark, the film would have been lackluster.
In my opinion this was by far the best film. In part because it was the best book, in part because having read all the Ian Fleming books, George Lazenby immediately seemed to fit the characterisation portrayed in the books and in part because of the stunts, spectacular scenery and gentle humour. To me it had everything.
goodV 15 Comments
The unforgettable entrance of Ursula Andress -- still the best Bond girl -- earns this one a place in the top 10. Much grittier than many of the films that followed, with Connery especially ruthless and cold-blooded (like the scene where he shoots an extra bullet into one of his enemies for fun). - ronpanarotti
Amazing movie. Started the whole series up. Sean Connery is THE original James Bond. Casino Royal was good, but I bet that everyone who voted for it hasn't seen the older 007 movies. That's the case with most people who say Daniel Craig's 007 flicks are the best.
This is the movie that started it all, I mean Sean Connery is not only the best Bond, he is the original, most of all the Bonds after him did have class and elegance, but no one like him.
Unforgettable bond movie especially the cast especially unsalable address best bond girlV 12 Comments
This is the best James Bond film by far. It has the greatest boat chase ever in it as well, this is a must see film. I liked the story line to this film because I think setting things I. Tropical places and exotic places are good ideas
A stylish introduction for Roger Moore's Bond, with great action sequences and more down to earth bad guys. Lots of fun. - ronpanarotti
I'm a really big bond fan I can't pick the best because it is really hard but I guess this is the most entertaining.
The new ones suck
This is coming from someone who likes most movies
Indeed this is Roger Moores best film in the role easily! It has the best bond girl, that helps James Bond and yet doesn't just sit around like most of the other ones, Agent X or Anya Amasova. Jaws is the most iconic sidekick ever! And the fact that fish loving maniac Karl Stromberg has Webbed hands is just amazing.
Bond is at his best when he is suave yet sofisticated, fun yet lethal and by god does Roger Moore do it! Absolutely fantastic and also has one of the best story lines of the series and we get to see more of where James bond originated from the navy, this is not shown in many of the Sean Connery films! The film also features the most iconic car of the franchise! The lotus!
Nobody does it better than Moore and it doesn't get any better than this film!
Also quick not- For Your Eyes Only- great movie with the added bonus of a one certain Margaret Thatcher!
Roger Moore's best film, and it blends most of the Bond elements perfectly, resulting in a highly entertaining movie that is never dull and features one of the most memorable Bond villains: the 7-foot steel-toothed killer Jaws. - ronpanarotti
Roger Moore's and the series' best film. This movie hit the right tone for Roger Moore's Bond. The car chase and climax are excellent and Jaws is one of the best of the series' villains.
It's a good movie but I wouldn't call it Roger's best:
* First half hour was really slow
* A lot of redundant scenes could've been cut
* It was too long
* Soundtrack, apart from the title song, was bland
* It was very formulaic
* Plot basically copied You Only Live Twice and Goldfinger. - marmalade_skies
Another of Connery's better films, with a compelling plot and superior direction. The underwater scenes get a bit tedious, but Connery seems to be enjoying himself throughout. - ronpanarotti
Thunderball's pacing is excruciatingly slow, the plot is the stuff of parodies, the characters are misused, under-utilised and over-utilised all at the same time, and the editing is just cheap.
Watching Thunderball right now on Encore. What's not to like when there are nuclear bombs and hydrofoil yachts involved? Happy Labor Day America 2016!
This movie would be in my top ten if about 15-20 mins of underwater footage were cut. Ending was also dull. It has a lot of great elements, but as a whole, I can't say it's a great movie. - marmalade_skiesV 6 Comments
I love this Bond movie, always been my favourite one. it is probably the most underrated. Everyone views it as violent, and yes, it is quite a bit more violent compared to other films in the franchise, but Timothy Dalton was criticized for being a tougher bond, but when Daniel Craig did it after him, he was praised for it! I prefer this movie and also am a fan of the Living Daylights. I love how he seems to really care for Pam Bouvier in this movie, whereas, previous Bonds had numerous women throughout the film. Also, Franz Sanchez has to be one of the greatest James Bond villains ever.
My personal favorite out of the 24 Bond films. Timothy Dalton gives true character to Bond. His performance works well with the dark, gritty tone of the film. The end of the film, however, goes nuts. It has the greatest chase and action sequence in the entire series that involves big rigs loaded with cocaine. The Bond villain, Sanchez, was also my favorite in the series. He wasn't some over the top super villain, but a realistic drug dealer who was brutal and remorseless. Over this is just my favorite Bond film, with my favorite Bond and villain in the series, and action sequence. The revenge story is great, as is the overall movie. James Bond going rogue is great.
Perhaps the most underrated of the series. Strong story, great action and my favourite of Timothy Dalton's two movies. However, I wouldn't advise this one for those against blood and gore, as this is the most violent of the series.
The Living Daylights started a small step of what Dalton wanted to do with the role, and License to Kill kicked the door down. - marmalade_skiesV 15 Comments
A return to a harder-edged Bond, with Roger Moore giving probably his best performance in the role. - ronpanarotti
I know I'm probably in the minority here, but I think that For Your Eyes Only is possibly my favourite out of the Roger Moore films.
I can't help but feel like this is inflated by low standards. Yes, it's a Bond film that doesn't rely on gadgets and futuristic evil lairs. But that's about all. It takes away all of the classic Bond elements, but it doesn't add much new. - marmalade_skies
Carole Bouquet makes this great.V 10 Comments
JAWS IS the BEST VILLAIN/HENCHMAN EVER! - BKAllmighty
I played moonraker on the James bond 007 legends,. And you wouldn't believe how cool it is. Plus I like Josh and his girl friend. Roger Moore is the funniest actor in James bond history!
Has all of the witty humor of a Bond movie, plus the cool and wacky gadgets that a Bond needs.
Moonraker doesn't suck!V 17 Comments
Love This Movie It's One Of Sean Connery Best James bond Movie Behind Goldfinger - mneilan
In many ways, this is the definitive Bond film. With the volcano missile control base, and a monorail to take the bad guy to safety. Not to mention the ninja scene being the inspiration for pretty much every Austin Powers film. - IronSabbathPriest
This movie just has a colorful rich hypnotic feel. Really colorful lush visuals. Lots of great atmosphere. Love the sound. It's great classic Connery. - marmalade_skies
Probably on of my favourites. loved the acting, the action, and the car (Toyota 2000gt) - JiorlV 9 Comments
This movie needs to be higher on the list. Dalton's hard-edged Bond was an incredibly refreshing take on the character after over a decade of Moore's "Lethal Comedian" approach. My personal favourite of the series for sure. - BKAllmighty
Possesses some truly thrilling action scenes, but this is where the story of post-Cold War, Soviets, arms dealing truly goes overboard. It is far too complex for a Bond Film and copies off plenty of other Bond films that focus on the Soviets, including The Spy Who Loved Me, Octopussy and more. When it's in action and suspense, it excels. When trying to tell the rehashed and overly convoluted story, it fails.
Plus, a period of 20 minutes before the big finale is so unbelievably dull I felt heavy eyelids. 6.5/10 - B
Nothing to say... Amazing movie.
Dalton had to make more Bond Movies. He's the best Bond, like the Bond in Flemming's books.
In my top 10 for sure. Very good plot and action. Dalton's performance in this movie forever transformed the franchise into the action-heavy and violent movies we'd see with Brosnan and Craig. - marmalade_skiesV 10 Comments
Probably not my all time favorite, but I voted just to get it higher. This movie reminded me of why I love the James Bond series so much by bringing back the old cliches from the Connery/Moore era. Anyone who deems this inferior to James Bond standard should really go back and watch Octopussy or A View to a Kill again.
A great callback to classic Bonds of the past, and the most fun of all the Craig movies. Has the most Bond like feel to it of his movies - much underrated.
It's not a great Bond movie. Not a bad one either. It's a competent big budget action movie with a ludicrous story and some good nostalgic moments. I hope the next Bond movie focuses less on big budgets and more on utilizing its potential. - marmalade_skies
Spectre was good. Skyfall and Casino Royale were better. Not much action scenes here. And the final battle wasn't that niceV 26 Comments
Brosnan is dead last on the list of great Bonds - all his movies are mediocre to atrocious and this is the worst of the lot. At least Die Another Day had some over the top campiness to recommend it - this literally has nothing.
This movie was pretty good. I think the movie made it good with a good plot and second half
This is like, in the top 3 WORST in most lists!
NICE IDEA MOVIE TO LOOK GOOOD. GLUMMER.V 7 Comments
This is a bad movie. I don't get how people like this movie, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough. Why do people like them so much?! They're flat, sometimes cliche, and just boring!
octopussy so far fetched but great
Easily in my top 5. Great action scenes, lots of creative humor and Moore is at his most funny and charming. - marmalade_skies
Not very good.V 7 Comments
It probably would have been a great Bond movie had it come 10 years earlier, but by '85, both Moore, the corny humor and the Goldfinger-formula were all showing its age. - marmalade_skies
This movies awful. And also Roger Moore is too old, his last Bond film should have been Moonraker.
Awesome movie. Love ya Moore
Despite Moore's maturity in this movie it is still one of my favourites.V 10 Comments
#17!? This one is easily the best roger moore and should be MUCH higher
This is my personal favourite James Bond film. Sir Christopher Lee as Francisco Scaramanga was a fantastic Bond villain.V 1 Comment
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2. GoldenEye (1995)
3. Die Another Day (2002)
2. Skyfall (2012)
3. Goldfinger (1964)
2. Live and Let Die (1973)
3. Goldfinger (1964)
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