I think Dr. No and Goldfinger, for example, were masterpieces precisely because they were so clean, minimalist and just every aspect felt essential to the story. Scenes weren't added just because it would look cool. I'll also laud Quantum of Solace for being speedy having a "show - not tell" approach within it's limited dialogue.
Some movies like Casino Royale and OHMSS are justified in their longer run time because they have more of a story. Otherwise, the average Bond movie length seems to be 120-130 minutes and most could've stood a 15 minute cut.
from russia with love - curtail the catfighting scenes
thunderball - cut 1/3 of the underwater scenes
you only live twice - no need for the toy helicopter
live and let die - chase sequence was too elongated
man with the golden gun - this felt like an hour-long short film but with a bunch of random gags
spy who loved me - first half hour seems to introduce everything twice, and a chase scene could've been cut
moonraker - the entire first half just feels like it's random anyway, so cut anything from it
for your eyes only - less gags and less bibi.
a view to a kill - the horse subplot could've been cut in half
tomorrow never dies - some trimming here and there,
world is not enough - they spent 15 minutes destroying a caviar factory?
die another day - where do i begin?