If you’re a James Bond fan, then you’ve probably seen them all. But if not, it’s high time that you did! Here are 10 classic James Bond movies that every true 007 fan should see:
1) Dr. No 2) From Russia With Love 3) Gold finger 4) Thunder ball 5) The Spy Who Loved Me 6) Diamonds Are Forever 7) Live and Let Die 8 ) Moon raker 9 ) On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 10 ) You Only Live Twice
The Spy Who Loved Me
In this movie, James Bond teams up with the beautiful Russian agent Anya Amasova in order to prevent a British-owned undersea missile from being sunk into the wrong hands. They soon find out that they are not only dealing with an organization of kidnappers and extortionists but also SPECTRE: The super criminal organization bent on world domination! Not your typical kidnapping case for 00s… (IMDB)
This is one of my all time favorite films because it’s cleverly written and beautifully filmed. It has suspenseful action scenes, romance, comedy – everything you could want in a spy film! There isn’t too much violence so I would say that even younger teenagers can watch it. (Rotten Tomatoes)
“The Spy Who Loved Me” is one of the best James Bond films in my opinion because it contains everything a spy film should have: suspenseful action scenes, romance and comedy! There isn’t too much violence so I would say that even younger teenagers could watch it. Let’s hope Daniel Craig can top this movie when he returns to his role for “Spectre”.
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If you’re looking to watch some James Bond films but don’t know which ones to get, then this post is right up your alley. I’m going go through the best ten and what makes them so special – be warned that spoilers are ahead! To start off with at number one… “The Spy Who Loved Me”. This film has everything a spy should have in my opinion; suspenseful action scenes, romance and comedy. There isn’t too much violence so even younger teenagers can watch it-let’s hope Daniel Craig can top this when he returns as 00s agent for Spectre!” The next one on our list is Goldfinger with Sean Connery. It’s one of the first in the series and is worth a watch, not just for Bond but also because it was released when the cold war was at its height-the movie even features an Aston Martin with machine guns!
Things get more serious though as you reach number three on our list; “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” which stars George Lazenby (this will be his only appearance). This film focuses on love rather than action so if that doesn’t interest you then avoid this one – otherwise go ahead and give it a try! The next film isn’t too well known either-it has been described as “a dull combination of Roger Moore movies”. That’s not a good sign, but “The Spy Who Loved Me” is worth watching because of the stunts and action sequences.
Number five on our list is another Roger Moore film-Live And Let Die (1973). It features Bond visiting Harlem in order to stop Mr Big from finding a lost treasure which has been hidden in Louisiana. This movie also sees 00 agents across America for the first time as well as some cool boat chases! The next one up is From Russia With Love with Sean Connery again – it was made at a time when tensions were high between East and West so that gives it more weight than just being an old James Bond Movie.”
The next one up is From Russia With Love with Sean Connery again – it was made at a time when tensions were high between East and West so that gives it more weight than just being an old James Bond Movie. The movie features the now famous line “This never happened to the other fellow” which comes after some brutal fight scenes including a brawl over the rights of Russian tourist girls, and also has what’s been termed as “the best pre-credits sequence in any Bond film!” (as well as showing us how 00 agents are recruited!) This leads on nicely into another great Roger Moore classic: For Your Eyes Only from 1981. It starts off brilliantly by starting underwater for instance! There’s good variety here too!