Best Bond Films – Which Is Your Favourite?

The Best Bond Films Worst to Bestbest bond films

So with the new Bond film SPECTRE out this week, it’s time to look back and the previous films from my least favourite to my favourite Bond film.  So what are the best Bond films?

Before I answer that, take a look at the trailer for SPECTRE:

Now lest get started with my least favourite Bond film…


  1. Moonraker (1979) Roger Moore

A step too far with Jaw’s romance and just all-round silliness

 


  1. GoldenEye (1995) Pierce Brosnan

    A fair effort in bringing Bond back to the big screen after several years of legal issues

 


  1. Tomorrow Never Dies ( 1997) Pierce Brosnan

    Another decent outing for Brosnan although problems with the script show through


  1. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) George Lazenby

    Has some good things going for it but has a poor middle to the film and let’s be honest George Lazenby is not a very good Bond.


  1. Never Say Never Again (1983) Sean Connery

    Not produced by Eon like the other Bond films. This is actually based on the novel Thunderball, and is not bad because Sean Connery is back. It does lack the Bond theme/score which they weren’t allowed to use.


  1. A View to a Kill (1985) Roger Moore

    Solid Bond film


  1. Quantum of Solace (2008) Daniel Craig

    Not terrible but suffers from feeling like part 2 of Casino Royale instead of having it’s own identity.


  1. Octopussy (1983) Roger Moore

    Released the same year Sean Connery returned in Never Say Never Again, not bad.

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