Best James Bond Movies Of All Time
James Bond, HM secret agent, has enthralled audiences throughout the world. In a span of 24 movies over 1962 to present, James Bond movies have always been thrilling and inspiring for its plots, mysteries and beautiful women. Each films has come across as unique, overpowering and exhilarating.
So it is will be really difficult to decide which is the best all-time James Bond movie. Should it be based upon the amount of box office collection, the leading actor or actress, the plot or general exciting climax.
So do give us your choice of best movie and why you choose it. Also do not forget to vote for your choice of best movie. Hooray.
The Man with the Golden Gun
Set during the energy crisis of the 70s, Roger Moore as James Bond went after the man with the Golden Gun who is ably played by Christopher Lee. With Maude Adams and Britt Ekland providing the feminine and fatal touches, the movie was palpably thrilling.
From Russia with Love
Sean Connery played James Bond in this blockbuster movie which was a top box office grosser despite its humble budget. In the movie the secret agent came to the aid of a Russian defector. The secret agent has to counter threats as SPECTRE was out to seek revenge against him for killing their Dr.No, Thrilling action scenes on the train, helicopter provided the excitement which is expected.
Roger Moore played the secret agent where he has to deal with a rogue general stealing jewel and relics from the Soviet state. The plot also involved the use of a nuclear weapon to disarm Europe.
Maude Adams is the female lead which provided the alluring erotic context which is standard in this series of movies.
James Bond, the Spy who loved me.
The film is based upon a novelisation of the earlier book “The Spy who loved me” by Ian Fleming.
Superb cinematography of the Swiss mountain escapade and super plot involving a nasty global criminal organisation and tough bad bosses complemented the twist and turns of the plot.
Casino Royale 2
Daniel Craig played James Bond in this thriller. This movie had the second best box office grossing after “skyfall”.
James Bond had to deal with Le Chiffre in a thrilling high stakes poker tournament. Exciting car chases and a sinking building falling into the Venice canals were among the highlights of the film.
License to kill
Tiimothy Dalton played the secret agent in this movie in 1989. Here he went after a drug baron who had killed his best friend’s wife. Benicio del Toro gave a powerful portrayal of the villian.