The next James Bond movie is not likely to be referred to as Shatterhand whether he originally wanted to kill poor Bond or not. However, the fun of having a new Bond movie is in the story: 007 will live on forever because he has been in movies longer than most of us. Here are the best Bond movies you can now watch on Netflix.
For Your Eyes Only (1981)
By the standards of a James Bond movie, this Roger Moore joint is darker, a more realistic espionage than the usual 007 gadget-and-quips fare. But Just for your eyes The MVP of could be Carole Bouquet, who is a dynamite Bond girl with brains.
Live and Let The (1973)
This was the first of Roger Moore's Bond films, and although some of the racist stereotypes in the movie certainly have not graciously aged (and they were pretty crude at first) ), Live and Let The
still has its moments, though Bond looks weird in Harlem and New Orleans. Moore is still an underrated Bond, and as you know, it has a great theme song.
You Only Live Twice (1967)
Originally this was to be the last movie by Sean Connery, but ultimately could not resist returning later. The fun here is that this is the Bond movie that introduced Donald Pleasence as Blofeld. Incredibly, this was the first script written by Roald Dahl, a close friend of Ian Fleming.
Was there ever a purer Bond movie poster than this?
This was the biggest hit of all Bond movies at the time, and even if the underwater bouts get a little tiring, Connery is still the best Bond.
Dr. No (1962)
The first one is still among the best. Here, Sean Connery introduced the audience to the concept of James Bond and created a template for the character with which each subsequent actor struggled. Later installments were more noticeable, more appealing and darker. No simply works as a smart, sharp spy thriller.
From Russia With Love (1963)
The first Bond successor and the one who instantly realized he could keep his own way. When setting up Bond, every movie should be a bit more expensive and full of crazy stunts than the last. Interesting Fact: This was the first movie with Desmond Llewelyn as Q, a role he would play for almost 40 years.
The Spy That Loved Me (1977)
In addition, he was the best movie by Roger Moore, The Spy Who Loved Me also introduces us to Jaws, Bond's formidable , gigantic nemesis that the late Richard Kiel played brilliantly. Just as the franchise risked falling into self-parody, this part brought back the action and action sequences of sand and action.
In Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
In a parallel reality, Model George Lazenby took over the leadership of James Bond from Sean Connery and became for 007. Instead, the lesser-known actor got involved with Her Majesty's Secret Service made its big breakthrough and gave us a secret agent who is tough, sexy, but without a grin. Lazenby played the role only once, but he counted it.
Casino Royale (2006)
It's crazy how worried the Bond fans were about Daniel Craig. (Because he was blond, we suspect?) Craig proved to be exactly what Bond needed, a pumped-up, exceedingly serious, even quite tortured hero who had updated 007 at a time when he urgently needed an update. A bond for our time and for all times.
Best Title Song, Best Villain, Best Plan of Evil: There were Bond films before Goldfinger But this one still feels like the Holy Grail the franchise in which all the core components have perfectly coagulated. Sean Connery has never been cooler or sexy. And yes, that's the movie where 007 asks for a martini for the first time … shaken, not touched.
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