Bond movie ranking (Simple list, no details)

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  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    NTTD
    SF
    OHMSS
    CR
    FRWL
    TLD
    GF
    TB
    QOS
    DN
    YOLT
    LALD
    OP
    SP
    LTK
    TSWLM
    TND
    GE
    FYEO
    MR
    TMWTGG
    DAF
    AVTAK
    TWINE
    DAD



  • BennyBenny In the shadowsAdministrator, Moderator
    Posts: 14,862
    NTTD as best Bond film @peter
    That’s quite a controversial choice given the back catalogue of Bond films.
  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    Benny wrote: »
    NTTD as best Bond film @peter
    That’s quite a controversial choice given the back catalogue of Bond films.

    I know @Benny .

    But I loved it the first time I saw it.

    Love it even more now. I’ve seen it countless times. I’ve enjoyed breaking down the anatomy of the scenes they shot (yes, I’ve stopped and started each scene and broke down each one of them).

    I could go on and on about why this is a sly and crafty script (I know there are flaws, but I can also point out flaws of any film), but what wins out for anything I watch, is my emotional reaction. And I had a big one for NTTD.
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Per ora e per il momento che verrà
    edited January 30 Posts: 6,778
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  • Mendes4LyfeMendes4Lyfe The long road ahead
    Posts: 8,074
    What do you consider a better film Die Another Day or Bond 25?
  • LucknFateLucknFate 007 In New York
    edited February 25 Posts: 1,427
    What do you consider a better film Die Another Day or Bond 25?

    As far as execution of a coherent script, DAD excels above NTTD. In terms of the Bond team knowing what they are doing, both are lost.

    22 Movies
    (some distance)
    DAD
    (much distance)
    SP
    NTTD
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    1. THUNDERBALL
    2. GOLDFINGER
    3. DR. NO
    4. FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
    5. THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
    6. SKYFALL
    7. OCTOPUSSY/NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
    8. THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS
    9. DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
    10. LIVE AND LET DIE
    11. ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
    12. NO TIME TO DIE
    13. CASINO ROYALE 06
    14. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
    15. MOONRAKER
    16. YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
    17. LICENCE TO KILL
    18. TOMORROW NEVER DIES
    19. GOLDENEYE
    20. A VIEW TO A KILL
    21. THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
    22. QUANTUM OF SOLACE
    23. THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
    24. SPECTRE
    25. DIE ANOTHER DAY
  • SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷SecretAgentMan⁰⁰⁷ Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria
    Posts: 1,355
    What do you consider a better film Die Another Day or Bond 25?

    For me, I'll go with DAD. Even with all its ultra-outlandish elements, it feels very much like a Bond film to me.
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    ToTheRight wrote: »
    1. THUNDERBALL
    2. GOLDFINGER
    3. DR. NO
    4. FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
    5. THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
    6. SKYFALL
    7. OCTOPUSSY/NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
    8. THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS
    9. DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
    10. LIVE AND LET DIE
    11. ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
    12. NO TIME TO DIE
    13. CASINO ROYALE 06
    14. FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
    15. MOONRAKER
    16. YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
    17. LICENCE TO KILL
    18. TOMORROW NEVER DIES
    19. GOLDENEYE
    20. A VIEW TO A KILL
    21. THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
    22. QUANTUM OF SOLACE
    23. THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
    24. SPECTRE
    25. DIE ANOTHER DAY

    🫣 LTK has dropped off again mate (Quite considerably!)
    You obviously have high regard for TB, its still number 1 for you I plan to make it my next "Comments as you watch!"
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
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    That is a hell of a top 5 @ToTheRight. I approve.
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Per ora e per il momento che verrà
    Posts: 6,778
    PLATINUM
    goosebumps
    1. The Living Daylights
    2. Licence to Kill
    3. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    GOLD
    all-time favourites but without the goosebumps
    4. From Russia with Love
    5. The Man with the Golden Gun
    6. The World Is Not Enough
    SILVER
    the thinnest of nits separate these from the above
    7. GoldenEye
    8. Casino Royale
    9. Thunderball
    BRONZE
    flawed 007 films that I have a soft spot for
    10. Diamonds Are Forever
    11. Spectre
    12. Octopussy
    MISSION COMPLETED
    a quick Bond fix
    13. Quantum of Solace
    14. For Your Eyes Only
    15. Dr. No
    16. Goldfinger
    17. Moonraker
    18. The Spy Who Loved Me
    19. Never Say Never Again
    20. Die Another Day
    21. A View to a Kill
    22. Tomorrow Never Dies
    23. You Only Live Twice
    MISSION FAILED
    not entirely what I look for in a Bond film
    24. Live and Let Die
    25. No Time to Die
    26. Skyfall
  • JonasTJonasT Washington
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    1. Licence
    2. Daylights
    3. Live and Let Die
    4. Octopussy
    5. Tomorow Never Dies
    6. Spy Who Loved Me
    7. Golden Gun
    8. Goldfinger
    9. Eyes Only
    10. From Russia with Love
    11. View
    12. Dr No
    13. Diamonds
    14. OHMSS
    15. World is not Enough
    16. Goldeneye
    17. Moonraker
    18. You Only Live Twice
    19. Thunderball
    20. Casino
    21. Quantum
    22. Die Another Day
    23. Skyfall
    24. Spectre
    25. No Time to Die

    *Admittedly, clearly, grew out of 'new Bonds' by the Millennium/a certain age so not an objective judgement by any means.
  • Mendes4LyfeMendes4Lyfe The long road ahead
    Posts: 8,074
    1. Dr No
    2. On Her Majestys Secret Service
    3. Thunderball
    4. The Living Daylights
    5. Goldeneye
    6. Goldfinger
    7. Live And Let Die
    8. The Spy Who Loved Me
    9. From Russia With Love
    10. Octopussy
    11. You Only Live Twice
    12. Tomorrow Never Dies
    13. Casino Royale
    14. The Man With The Golden Gun
    15. For Your Eyes Only
    16. Moonraker
    17. Skyfall
    18. A View To A Kill
    19. The World Is Not Enough
    20. Diamonds Are Forever
    21. Die Another Day
    22. License To Kill
    23. Quantum of Solace
    24. SPECTRE
    25. Bond 25
  • Vinther1991Vinther1991 Denmark
    Posts: 21
    1. On Her Majestys Secret Service
    2. GoldenEye
    3. Casino Royale
    4. Skyfall
    5. From Russia with Love
    6. Goldfinger
    7. The Spy Who Loved Me
    8. Licence to Kill
    9. Dr. No
    10. The World is not Enough
    11. The Living Daylights
    12. Thunderball
    13. For Your Eyes Only
    14. Quantum of Solace
    15. Moonraker
    16. Tomorrow Never Dies
    17. Never Say Never Again
    18. A View To A Kill
    19. You Only Live Twice
    20. No Time to Die
    21. The Man with the Golden Gun
    22. Diamonds are Forever
    23. Octopussy
    24. Live and Let Die
    25. Spectre
    26. Die Another Day
  • Mendes4LyfeMendes4Lyfe The long road ahead
    edited March 30 Posts: 8,074
    1. Dr No
    2. On Her Majestys Secret Service
    3. Thunderball
    4. The Living Daylights
    5. Goldeneye
    6. Live And Let Die
    7. The Spy Who Loved Me
    8. Goldfinger
    9. From Russia With Love
    10. Octopussy
    11. You Only Live Twice
    12. Tomorrow Never Dies
    13. Casino Royale
    14. Moonraker
    15. The Man With The Golden Gun
    16. For Your Eyes Only
    17. The World Is Not Enough
    18. A View To A Kill
    19. Die Another Day
    20. Skyfall
    21. Diamonds Are Forever
    22. License To Kill
    23. Quantum of Solace
    24. SPECTRE
    25. Bond 25
  • 1. Casino Royale
    2. The Living Daylights
    3. Goldeneye
    4. Licence to Kill
    5. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    6. From Russia with Love
    7. The Spy Who Loved Me
    8. Skyfall
    9. Goldfinger
    10. Octopussy
    11. The World is Not Enough
    12. Tomorrow Never Dies
    13. Live and let Die
    14. A View to A Kill
    15. For Your Eyes Only
    16. Dr. No
    17. Diamonds Are Forever
    18. The Man With the Golden Gun
    19. Quantum of Solace
    20. You Only Live Twice
    21. Thunderball
    22. Moonraker
    23. Die Another Day
    24. Spectre
    25. No Time to Die
  • Posts: 1,001
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die

    Haha!

    It's not aging well, is it?
  • Mendes4LyfeMendes4Lyfe The long road ahead
    Posts: 8,074
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die

    Haha!

    It's not aging well, is it?

    =))
  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die

    Haha!

    It's not aging well, is it?

    =))

    You guys are celebrating the opinions of four people in a world of eight billion.

    You’re celebrating the opinion of four people when, how many members do we have on this site?

    You guys are celebrating the opinion of four people when on Rotten Tomatoes the audience score for NTTD is 88% of 10 thousand plus reviewers and it stands at 84% with critics. Seems it’s aging just fine, when you look at a wider spectrum that’s outside of one echo chamber…

    And an idiot like me has NTTD at number 1. So…, yeah lol indeed 🙄.
  • edited March 30 Posts: 79
    peter wrote: »
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die

    Haha!

    It's not aging well, is it?

    =))

    You guys are celebrating the opinions of four people in a world of eight billion.

    You’re celebrating the opinion of four people when, how many members do we have on this site?

    You guys are celebrating the opinion of four people when on Rotten Tomatoes the audience score for NTTD is 88% of 10 thousand plus reviewers and it stands at 84% with critics. Seems it’s aging just fine, when you look at a wider spectrum that’s outside of one echo chamber…

    And an idiot like me has NTTD at number 1. So…, yeah lol indeed 🙄.

    Sure maybe it works just fine on its own and ages well in it's own respect, especially if you let the emotional aspect of the story sweep you in (as would probably most casual viewers would). The only first viewing concern one would have is that it's needlessly long and misuses Blofeld. But in the context of the series, and if you try and consider more, it falls apart. So yeah I'd say it doesn't age well from a fan perspective, at least for me, because the more I look, the more I see a resolution built on top of card tower. Anyway, the system of Rotten Tomato's is % of people who rate it above 6/10 right? That's probably the rating I've give it right after seeing it for the first time; just falls off from then
  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    peter wrote: »
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die

    Haha!

    It's not aging well, is it?

    =))

    You guys are celebrating the opinions of four people in a world of eight billion.

    You’re celebrating the opinion of four people when, how many members do we have on this site?

    You guys are celebrating the opinion of four people when on Rotten Tomatoes the audience score for NTTD is 88% of 10 thousand plus reviewers and it stands at 84% with critics. Seems it’s aging just fine, when you look at a wider spectrum that’s outside of one echo chamber…

    And an idiot like me has NTTD at number 1. So…, yeah lol indeed 🙄.

    Sure maybe it works just fine on its own and ages well in it's own respect, especially if you let the emotional aspect of the story sweep you in (as would probably most casual viewers would). The only first viewing concern one would have is that it's needlessly long and misuses Blofeld. But in the context of the series, and if you try and consider more, it falls apart. So yeah I'd say it doesn't age well from a fan perspective, at least for me, because the more I look, the more I see a resolution built on top of card tower. Anyway, the system of Rotten Tomato's is % of people who rate it above 6/10 right? That's probably the rating I've give it right after seeing it for the first time; just falls off from then

    For you it falls apart.

    I’m a lifelong fan. It works in the Craig Era. It works as part of the series. For me, it’s beautiful and my number one.

    If you hate it, great, that’s your opinion. I’m not going to try and change your mind. You like what you like, you don’t like what you don’t like.

    But this film was a success. To worldwide audiences. In digital. On repeat viewings. And it shows that James Bond, whether you kill him, or resurrect him as a new actor in the tux, shows that he, the character, is in fine shape.

    But to come on a fan site, and feel glee about four members rating a film last is kind of pathetic, quite frankly— btw, I’m not saying this about you. It was the two other members.

    It isn’t an us vs them thing, but that’s definitely how some are taking it. It’s absurd and ridiculous.
  • edited March 31 Posts: 6,799
    1. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
    2. The Living Daylights
    3. Licence to Kill
    4. Casino Royale
    5. From Russia with Love
    6. Quantum of Solace
    7. Octopussy
    8. Live and Let Die
    9. Thunderball
    10. Goldfinger
    11. Moonraker
    12. For Your Eyes Only
    13. Spectre
    14. The Spy Who Loved Me
    15. No Time to Die
    16. The Man with the Golden Gun
    17. Doctor No
    18. Never Say Never Again
    19. A View to a Kill
    20. Skyfall
    21. Diamonds Are Forever
    22. You Only Live Twice
    23. The World is Not Enough
    24. Tomorrow Never Dies
    25. GoldenEye
    26. Die Another Day
  • edited March 31 Posts: 1,001
    25. Bond 25
    GoldenGun wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    25. No Time to Die
    JonasT wrote: »
    25. No Time to Die
    Sorry, I missed one on the previous page. . .
    GBF wrote: »
    25. No Time To Die

    That's five bottom of the list entries in the last two pages! Dear me! (snigger).

  • BennyBenny In the shadowsAdministrator, Moderator
    Posts: 14,862
    @Mendes4Lyfe
    What is Bond 25?
    Some fans count CR’67 and NSNA so it’s a bit confusing sometimes.
  • Posts: 1,001
    Benny wrote: »
    @Mendes4Lyfe
    What is Bond 25?
    Some fans count CR’67 and NSNA so it’s a bit confusing sometimes.

    I'll give you a clue, it's the film where James Bond has a kid, calls M 'darling' and gets blown up at the end.
    No time to die is missing from the list because I haven't seen it. Knowing the ending I have chosen not to watch it, and for me Spectre is where Craig story ends. And I am content with that.

    Sensible. It's also missing from my DVD collection.
  • BennyBenny In the shadowsAdministrator, Moderator
    Posts: 14,862
    Is your name @Mendes4Lyfe @ColonelAdamski ?
    I think @Mendes4Lyfe can answer for himself surely.
    Ignoring me like that would be rude.
  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    Benny wrote: »
    Is your name @Mendes4Lyfe @ColonelAdamski ?
    I think @Mendes4Lyfe can answer for himself surely.
    Ignoring me like that would be rude.

    And digging into a post that was written a year ago to support your dislike for a film @ColonelAdamski is pretty, well, sad…. 🤷‍♂️… 😂 😂 😂…
  • Posts: 1,001
    Don't worry, it was only a few pages back, I didn't have to do any digging at all.

  • peterpeter Toronto
    Posts: 8,473
    Don't worry, it was only a few pages back, I didn't have to do any digging at all.

    🤔 🧐 …. Just like a squirrel in the spring, I guess….
  • Posts: 1,001
    Benny wrote: »

    No, sorry.

    Are you by any chance a primary school teacher in real life?
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