Here are 007's finest films
This campy throwback's inclusion may raise a few Roger Moore-style eyebrows. It shouldn’t. This is quintessential Bond – and a perfect jumping-on point for newcomers.
The best Bond score, the best Bond girl, and, dare we say it, one of the best Bond villains. Most of all, it has the best Bond ending. It’s a gut punch that still holds up.
The talents of Craig and Dench provide emotional heft, right through to the bitter end at 007’s ancestral home. Skyfall's cinemtatography is also staggering.
If you think James Bond, you think Goldfinger. The 1964 classic remains hugely iconic: the gold-draped woman, the DB5, Oddjob's hat, that laser scene. Connery was never cooler.
Brosnan helped revive Bond's ailing reputation with a much-needed mix of a debonair attitude fused with a serious knack for explosions and explosive one-liners.
A deliberately paced, terse thriller that feels ripped from the pages of a classic Cold War novel. FRWL shows not all 007 films need a war's worth of explosions to succeed.
The gadgets may be lacking, but this gritty reboot is a gadget all of its own: a Swiss Army knife that stands tall as the best Bond movie ever. The deepest, deadliest 007.
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