The James Bond franchise began in 1962. During this time, 24 James Bond films have been made, and the next installment, No Time to Die, has just been released. Especially since almost all movies have independent and special adventures. Watching them in order will not really do you any good, and one of the hard truths of this series is that many of the band's films are not good, either because they belong to their era or period, or because of their sloppy scripts, or Both cases. There are usually at least one or two fascinating aspects to even the worst gang movies, but they are not worth the time to sit down with works like Monriker or Octopus to get acquainted with these aspects.
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Perhaps due to limited time or reluctance You can not watch all the band movies yourself, especially the worst. So which movies should you go to? Which one of them best shows you the character of the band and, in general, the franchise? Anyone who has seen all of the franchise films knows that there are seven films that are more important than the others. It is recommended that you watch them in chronological order to see how the series has evolved over the decades but is not mandatory, as band films are usually independent and none of the plot designs are related. Some of the films may address specific topics, but the films on this list do not have those unique features so that newcomers who want to understand the band but only want the main and obligatory works can safely watch these films.
7. Goldfinger ( Goldfinger )
- Director: Guy Hamilton
- Actors: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton
- Release Date: 1964
- Raton Tomitose Score: 99 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 7.7 out of 10
New Doctor (1962) and from Russia with Love (1963) They are great, but Connery's best James Bond film is Golden Claw. In this film, the gang tries to stop the villain Eric Goldfinger (Gareth Grubb) so that he does not carry out his stupid plan to lower the price of gold (to make himself richer). The villains of the gang usually have complex plots, but Goldfinger's plots are so silly that they shine surprisingly, and his free but clever nature permeates the rest of the film.
You will learn that despite their simplicity, they are very dangerous. Much of what we know about James Bond today comes from Goldfinger. Although this work seems a bit offensive (the gang basically imposes itself on Pussy Galore and then Galore becomes a good person thanks to the proper connection with the gang), but it is the main symbol and identity of this franchise. p>
6. In Her Majesty's Secret Service )
- Director: Peter Hunt
- Actors: George Lasenby, Diana Rigg, Tally Savalas
- Release Date: 1969
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 81 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.7 out of 10
People like George Lazenby Because he only played the role of James Bond once. So it is assumed that he may not have done very well in this role, but the truth is: Lasnby is actually a very good James Bond and has appeared in one of the best James Bond films. Connery had a special charm and character, but Laszlo, who was previously a used car salesman and later became a model, appeared in a gang role and portrayed the 007 character well.
5. The Man with the Golden Gun ( The Man with the Golden Gun )
- Director: Guy Hamilton
- Actors: Roger Moore, Brit Auckland, Christopher Lee
- Release Date: 1974
- Raton Tomitose Score: 39 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movies: 6.7 out of 10
Most movies by Roger Moore In them, he has played the role of a gang, they are bad. They are either racist (live and let die and octopus) or the creators have thrown every random idea into a single story line, regardless of whether it is a good narrative or not. A man with a golden rifle clings to the same chase plot in a strange way, but it is an interesting work. In this story, the gang fights the richest murderer in the world, Scaramanga (Christopher Lee), a former artist who suffers from a special condition in his body and lives on an island with a little servant (Hero Wilshere). This movie is very strange and somehow goes beyond the main line of Moore movies, but it is still very entertaining.
4. License to Kill )
- Director: John Glenn
- Actors: Timothy Dalton, Carrie Lowell Talisa Soto
- Release Date: 1989
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 78 out of 100
- strong> IMDb rating for movie: 6.6 out of 10
Murder license and, to a lesser extent, stable daylight , Are very attractive and different from other Bond franchise films. Timothy Dalton's films are the product of action cinema in the late 1980s, and in particular the murder license follows this formula and is suitable for people over 18 years of age. In this movie, the gang is looking for a drug mafia (Robert Davy) who, the gang's friend, injures Felix Liter and kills his wife.
What turns the murder license into a really attractive gang movie He says that half of it does not look like a band movie at all, and the question arises, what should a band movie look like? If you put everything aside and introduce him as a rogue undercover detective on a revenge mission, is it still a James Bond movie or is it enough to have a normal action movie that happens to be a character? Does James Bond's name play in it? Sometimes the best way to get a fresh look at an old symbol is to let go of its permanent elements.
- Director: Martin Campbell
- Actors: Pierce Brosnan, Famak Johnson, Isabella Scoropco
- Release Date: 1995
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 79 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 7.2 out of 10
Pierce Brosnan's first (and best) film as a band, a It is half a step towards the introspection of this character. The band returned after a six-year hiatus (the longest time the character has not been on a movie screen in its history) and after the end of the Cold War, and found itself in an awkward world. The film somehow shows that he is an old monument that has to renovate itself to enter the 21st century, and the nature of the film expresses such a thing.
We are different devices, and the film is influenced by Tom Clancy's books and their implications for geopolitics, but overall, it's a good way to get rid of the band's classic view, and shows that as the world changes, so does the band (despite its prejudices). Slowly The band's later films returned to feminine and nonsensical gadgets and designs, but Golden Eye is a promising step in this series.
2. Casino Royale ( Casino Royale )
- Director: Martin Campbell
- Actors: Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Mads Mickelson
- Release Date: 2006
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 94 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 8 out of 10
Although Casino Royale has influences from its contemporary works (Bourne, Parkour But this movie is a new beginning for the franchise, which turns the gang into a human instead of a fantasy fugitive. Daniel Craig creates a real and vulnerable character who tries to improve his relationship with Wesper Lind (Eva Green), an accountant who finances 007 to get rid of the terrorist investor Lou Chaifer (Mads Mickelson). In this movie, we see the action and risk-taking of most of the characters. Casino Royale seems like a living thing, as it portrays the band as a believable character who cares about his relationship with a particular woman, unlike previous films where he saw the world as his playground.
1. Skyfall ( Skyfall )
- Director: Sam Mendes
- Actors: Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judy Dench
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 92 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the movie: 7.8 out of 10
Skyfall is currently considered the best movie in the band, no Not only because it avoids past trends and has a really strong plot, but also because it is a true James Bond film. Some may consider Sam Mendes' 2012 film too transcendental, but on the 50th anniversary of the franchise, we see James Bond questioning the elements of making a gang film, and the character boldly stepping into a new world. Can an old dog learn new tricks? Skyfall answers the question with a resounding yes, as in this film, the band is pushed out of its comfort zone while retaining its much-loved features. Skyfall is constantly looking to the past and the future, and James Bond is doing his best in this film.