Best Shot per Bond film - Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) (Voting)

MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
edited November 16 in Trivia & Games Posts: 1,635
Having my Bond marathon, I saw a lot of great shots in every 007 films.

Making this a fun game, I'm interested in what would be your picks for some of the best shots in the Bond franchise, from Dr. No to No Time To Die.

Every member will submit their favorite shots from each Bond film, through a screenshot or just capturing any Bond scene that had the most beautiful shot if your watching on your TVs. 😁

Submit your favorite shots for the film, three pictures per member....

Each submission had a deadline
(3 days) after that, we're going to vote for the best picture, the shot that got many votes will win as the best shot of that film.....

Dr. No (1962)
Professor Dent's entrance
dr-no-film-review-connery-main.jpg

From Russia With Love (1963)
Grant Stalking Bond
from-russia-with-love-movie-screencaps.com-9067.jpg

Goldfinger (1964)
Stalking Goldfinger
Goldfinger-315.jpg

Thunderball (1965)
He got the point
Thunderball-602.jpg

You Only Live Twice (1967)
First sight of the lair
You-Only-Live-Twice-419.jpg

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
Mercy Flight
On-Her-Majestys-Secret-Service-1072.jpg

Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
Sleeping With the Fishes
3648499.jpg

Live And Let Die (1973)
The Moore Look and Style
Live-and-Let-Die-686.jpg

The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
Golden gun vs Walther PPK
the-man-with-the-golden-gun1.jpg

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Bond arrives to meet Fekkesh
5-D20-F21-C-79-DB-43-DF-BFBB-2-AB7698-E479-F.jpg

Moonraker (1979)
Crematorium
52382232411_2a5bc6787d_o.jpg

For Your Eyes Only (1981)
The Eyes of Vengeance
For-Your-Eyes-Only-0134.jpg

Octopussy (1983)
The Russians Meet
octopussy-movie-screencaps.com-2030.jpg

Never Say Never Again (1983)
Bond is alert to danger!
b1ac7mw1ddf1.jpg

A View To A Kill (1985)
Bond on the chase!
9OstcUXgbO5nd5yd35l9fKi8zAS.jpg

The Living Daylights (1987)
A new Bond!
The_Living_Daylights_006.jpg?bwg=1648733311

Licence To Kill (1989)
Daltonator Explosion!
Licence-to-Kill-1165.jpg

Goldeneye (1995)
Hello, James...
Goldeneye-0029.jpg [/b]
«13456735

Comments

  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 7 Posts: 1,635
    Here's my favorite shots from Dr. No.....

    Bond's introduction:
    52268918241_90f714bcbc_b.jpg

    The shot of Honey Ryder:
    52268916986_bb951d37ce_b.jpg

    Bond and Honey in Dr. No's lair:
    52269407290_455f4036cb_b.jpg
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 12,820
    Mostly iconic shots here, but I really like the one of the ominous dragon tank returning to the bauxite mine with its prisoners.

    52269210569_77fcf068ba_o.png
    52268957358_7c2b5395dd_o.png
    52268956703_3b8c6e4610_o.png

    Special mention goes to the tarantula room.
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,950
    Here’s my picks…
    8gl0crkyhwv8.jpeg
    8jgxhj2zv3xp.jpeg
    4zf42xcr0ru0.jpeg
    25neu5xken8v.jpeg
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
    Posts: 21,705
    QBranch wrote: »
    52268957358_7c2b5395dd_o.png

    This is the one for me.
  • R1s1ngs0nR1s1ngs0n France
    edited August 7 Posts: 1,664
    Can't argue with any of the shots listed above.
    Here are my top picks:

    drno-29.jpg
    drno09.jpg?w=696&h=422
    drno-39.jpg
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 14 Posts: 1,635
    [DELETED]
  • marcmarc Universal Exports
    Posts: 2,270
    My favorite shots:

    - Bond and Honey in Dr. No's lair (especially with the 'aquarium' in the background)
    - Dr. No's control room
    - Bond, Honey and Quarrel wading through the mangrove river
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 7,442
    These are the ones that spring to mind. The atmosphere in these two shots is phenomenal.

    dr-no-film-review-connery-main.jpg

    dr_no_professor_dent_ken_adam_set.png
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited August 7 Posts: 4,145
    Dr-No-014.jpg
    Three blind mice last seconds part of titles before there bring us in to movie (there turn in life action chacters).

    Dr-No-138.jpg
    Take a Taxi to Quarel

    Dr-No-684.jpg
    End credits shot when Bond theme starts.
  • DwayneDwayne New York City
    Posts: 1,988
    “What’s going on behind my back!!!”
    DR-NO-008.jpg?width=300&quality=45&auto=format&fit=max&dpr=2&s=853b389aff86db2c265632fa4251721c

    And Bond can sing too!!!
    dr-no-movie-locations.jpg?fit=1260%2C429&ssl=1
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Per ora e il momento che verrà
    Posts: 6,080
    These are the ones that spring to mind. The atmosphere in these two shots is phenomenal.

    dr-no-film-review-connery-main.jpg

    dr_no_professor_dent_ken_adam_set.png

    Great stuff, my vote would go to that first one.

    Also loved that shot of the dragon tank returning to the bauxite mine.
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 14 Posts: 1,635
    This is getting more exciting.....
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,950
    Any news on this?
    It started off quite promising, but seems to have stalled.
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    Posts: 1,635
    Oh, yes.....Irma Bunt shot this game, but thankfully a Police Officer on a motorcycle (you) arrived and it's now recovered in a hospital.....

    Anyway, I'm going to change the mechanics of this game, each submission had a deadline
    (3 days) after that, we're going to vote for the best picture, the shot that got many votes will win as the best shot of that film.....
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 14 Posts: 1,635
    Now, the submission of the shots for Dr. No has ended,you can pick/vote for your favorite shots:


    #1
    52268918241_90f714bcbc_b.jpg

    #2
    52268916986_bb951d37ce_b.jpg

    #3
    52269407290_455f4036cb_b.jpg

    #4
    52269210569_77fcf068ba_o.png

    #5
    52268957358_7c2b5395dd_o.png

    #6
    52268956703_3b8c6e4610_o.png

    #7
    8gl0crkyhwv8.jpeg

    #8
    8jgxhj2zv3xp.jpeg

    #9
    4zf42xcr0ru0.jpeg

    #10
    25neu5xken8v.jpeg

    #11
    drno09.jpg?w=696&h=422

    #12
    drno-39.jpg

    #13
    dr-no-film-review-connery-main.jpg

    #14
    dr_no_professor_dent_ken_adam_set.png

    #15
    Dr-No-014.jpg

    #16
    Dr-No-138.jpg

    #17
    Dr-No-684.jpg


    #18
    DR-NO-008.jpg?width=300&quality=45&auto=format&fit=max&dpr=2&s=853b389aff86db2c265632fa4251721c

    #19
    dr-no-movie-locations.jpg?fit=1260%2C429&ssl=1


    You can now vote or pick for your favorite shots in these pictures displayed, the one with many votes will win!
  • goldenswissroyalegoldenswissroyale Switzerland
    Posts: 3,776
    How many votes are allowed per member? And does it make sense to differ between shots of the almost same moment in the film? For example, I love the tarantula room and we have three shots from there. One with the whole room and two almost identical with a closeup of Dent and the cage.
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 14 Posts: 1,635
    How many votes are allowed per member? And does it make sense to differ between shots of the almost same moment in the film? For example, I love the tarantula room and we have three shots from there. One with the whole room and two almost identical with a closeup of Dent and the cage.

    Just one, you're just going to pick your favorite shot, of course you can only pick one or vote for one shot.....

    About the shots of the same moment, you're just going to pick between the two of which do you think had a better shot: The one with the whole room or the one with a close-up of Dent and the cage?

    It depends on you on which one do you like more. ☺

    To vote, just type the number of the picture, (for example my favorite of those shots is #14).
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    edited August 14 Posts: 1,635
    I'm going to pick first, my favorite of those shots was #4, I just liked how that shot tells you what Bond is: mystery, danger and sexiness, it's all in that picture.

    The way Connery knelt while Sylvia Trench was having a golf inside his flat, it speaks sexiness and danger, it's beautifully shot!

    #4 is my vote for the best shot.....
  • Agent_Zero_OneAgent_Zero_One Ireland
    Posts: 477
    #5.
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,950
    #13
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Per ora e il momento che verrà
    Posts: 6,080
    13 for me too, so Bondian that shot…
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 7,442
    13 for me.
  • ProfJoeButcherProfJoeButcher Bless your heart
    Posts: 1,544
    13 for me too. Some of them (like 9 and 10) aren't really shots from the film though...
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 7,442
    13 for me too. Some of them (like 9 and 10) aren't really shots from the film though...

    Actually, now that this has been mentioned, could we put it in the OP that it's recommended to use a movie stills site to source your nominations rather than just using Google images (if possible)?

    There are a couple of pretty good ones out there who screen capture shots from Blu-Ray sources. www.filmgrab.com is one, www.movie-screencaps.com is another.

    The best one for Bond, I feel, is https://screenmusings.org/movie/

    Just scroll down until you find the film you like.
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 12,820
    13 is great, I wanna say that, but I'll go with 5 as it shows more Bond tropes: the smoke, the playing cards - it really mirrors that first scene of Bond at Le Cercle, where someone's "out to get" him.
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited August 14 Posts: 4,145
    Can we do NTTD next and then FRWL and then Spectre and then GF..

    In other words first earlier and then later movie and then earlier one.

    DR No
    NTTD
    FRWL
    Spectre
    Goldfinger
    Skyfall
    Thunderball
    QOS
    Yolt
    Casino Royale
    Ohmss
    DAD
    DAF
    Twine
    Lald
    Tmnd
    Tmwtgg
    Goldeneye
    Tswlm
    Ltk
    Moonraker
    Tld
    Fyeo
    Avtak
    Octopussy
    Casino Royale 1967
    NSNA

    Or let Spectre be next followed by FRWL with NTTD last so people get more time for that movie:

    DR No
    Spectre
    FRWL
    Skyfall
    Goldfinger
    QOS
    Thunderball
    Casino Royale
    Yolt
    DAD
    ohmss
    Twine
    Daf
    Tmnd
    Lald
    Goldeneye
    Tmwtgg
    Ltk
    Tswlm
    Tld
    Moonraker
    Avtak
    Fyeo
    Octopussy
    NSNA
    Casino Royale 1967
    NTTD
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    Posts: 1,635
    M_Balje wrote: »
    Can we do NTTD next and then FRWL and then Spectre and then GF..

    In other words first earlier and then later movie and then earlier one.

    DR No
    NTTD
    FRWL
    Spectre
    Goldfinger
    Skyfall
    Thunderball
    QOS
    Yolt
    Casino Royale
    Ohmss
    DAD
    DAF
    Twine
    Lald
    Tmnd
    Tmwtgg
    Goldeneye
    Tswlm
    Ltk
    Moonraker
    Tld
    Fyeo
    Avtak
    Octopussy
    Casino Royale 1967
    NSNA

    Or let Spectre be next followed by FRWL with NTTD last so people get more time for that movie:

    DR No
    Spectre
    FRWL
    Skyfall
    Goldfinger
    QOS
    Thunderball
    Casino Royale
    Yolt
    DAD
    ohmss
    Twine
    Daf
    Tmnd
    Lald
    Goldeneye
    Tmwtgg
    Ltk
    Tswlm
    Tld
    Moonraker
    Avtak
    Fyeo
    Octopussy
    NSNA
    Casino Royale 1967
    NTTD

    Good idea, though it's also interesting to see the evolution of Bond through those shots.

    #13 is still the majority and counting.....I'm going to announce the winner later so we can move on to another Bond film.
  • matt_umatt_u better known as Mr. Roark
    Posts: 4,283
    #13 without a doubt.
  • MI6HQMI6HQ SIS Building, London, United Kingdom
    Posts: 1,635
    No coming votes? I will settle this now.
  • marcmarc Universal Exports
    Posts: 2,270
    #3
Sign In or Register to comment.