Rate the Various Categories - The Films!!! 2021 - Final Community Ratings

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  • MayDayDiVicenzoMayDayDiVicenzo Here and there
    Posts: 5,068
    1. Direction - 8
    2. Screenplay - 9
    3. Script - 9
    4. Plot - 8
    5. Action - 9
    6. Main Villain - 9
    7. Main Bond Girl - 9
    8. Bond - 8
    9. Sets - 8
    10. Music - 4
    11. Cinematography - 5
    12. Fleming - 6

    /5
    13. Supporting Cast - 4
    14. Main Titles - 4
    15. Plausibility - 4
    16. Pace - 4
    17. Editing - 4
    18. Tilt - 4

    116/150 or 77%
  • Posts: 7,641
    1. Direction - 9
    2. Screenplay - 8
    3. Script - 9
    4. Plot - 8
    5. Action - 8
    6. Main Villain - 7
    7. Main Bond Girl - 9
    8. Bond - 9
    9. Sets - 8
    10. Music - 6
    11. Cinematography - 8
    12. Fleming - 7

    13. Supporting Cast - 8
    14. Main Titles -8
    15. Plausibility - 8
    16. Pace -8
    17. Editing - 8
    18. Tilt - 4
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
    Posts: 19,595
    Warning: I love this film to death

    GoldenEye

    1. Direction - 9
    2. Screenplay - 9
    3. Script - 9
    4. Plot - 8
    5. Action - 9
    6. Main Villain - 8
    7. Main Bond Girl - 9
    8. Bond - 9
    9. Sets - 9
    10. Music - 8
    11. Cinematography - 9
    12. Fleming - 9

    13. Supporting Cast - 5
    14. Main Titles - 5
    15. Plausibility - 4
    16. Pace - 5
    17. Editing - 4
    18. Tilt - 5

    Overall 133/150

    Percentage: 89%
  • Posts: 11,175
    DarthDimi wrote:
    Warning: I love this film to death

    I do too but I was trying to be OBJECTIVE ;)
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    Wow, I think this has been the most voters! A true cross section of MI6 users. Whilst toting up the scores, I was in the lower-ish rating of dear old GoldenEye.

    Dr No- 78.7%
    Goldfinger - 77.23%
    Skyfall - 75.4%
    Moonraker - 67.4%

    There's our current rankings. The two classics from the sixties defeating 2012's young whipper-snapper, I'm glad to report. So, what of GoldenEye I hear you cry? Well -

    GoldenEye - 78.94%

    Dear God, it's provisionally first! Well, I'll be blown.



    And to conclude our GE discussion, time for some actual discussion!


    Is it higher/lower than your own ratings?

    Personal % - 74.66. Community % - 78.94. So, lower. Still I'm glad GE did so well in the community tests. I fear the rest of Brosnan's tenure will not be so kind.

    What is your favourite category/element/thing in the film? 

    Definitely the script, it's helps anchor GoldenEye's more fantastical nature. Closely following by the action, direction, Main Bond girl and dear old Piercey.

    What surprised you the most, while reading other peoples ratings? 

    Nothing really. I expected the film to do well. Although someone dared rating the music category higher than Barry!


    What do you think of the shocking results? Feel free to comment, as I will be starting the new Bond film at the weekend.........
  • BirdlesonBirdleson San Jose, CAModerator
    edited September 2014 Posts: 30,664
    Sorry I'm late,
    GOLDENEYE:

    1. Direction - 8
    2. Screenplay - 8
    3. Script - 7
    4. Plot - 8
    5. Action - 6
    6. Main Villain - 8
    7. Main Bond Girl - 6
    8. Bond - 7
    9. Sets - 8
    10. Music - 5
    11. Cinematography - 7
    12. Fleming - 5

    13. Supporting Cast - 3
    14. Main Titles - 5
    15. Plausibility - 4
    16. Pace - 4
    17. Editing - 4
    18. Tilt - 3

    106 - 71%
  • StirredNotShakenStirredNotShaken I'm gonna use this to clarify that Dalton is tied with Craig
    Posts: 1,736
    @Birdleston had to stop in the bathroom.
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    So GoldenEye is top, just ahead of Dr No and Goldfinger.

    Now then, to complete our trio of Golden Bond films;

    The Man With The Golden Gun

    /10
    1. Direction - 6 (Hamilton does a competent job, but he loses his way in the middle third)
    2. Screenplay - 5 (for every dinner scene you have the karate debacle)
    3. Script - 7 (minus marks for the sheer ineptness of Goodnight, Hip and Pepper)
    4. Plot - 7 (although the coincidence of Scaramanga having the Solex Agitator rankles)
    5. Action - 4 (even the stand out stunt suffers from Pepper and that slide whistle)
    6. Main Villain - 10
    7. Main Bond Girl - 3 (even Ekland's game performance can't save this)
    8. Bond - 8 ( "Moore" confidence, although Moore does seem rather stilted at times)
    9. Sets - 6
    10. Music - 6 (even the Master has an off day)
    11. Cinematography - 9
    12. Fleming - 5 (the tone is terrible, but Scaramanga's back story rescues this)

    /5
    13. Supporting Cast - 2 (only for the MI6 regulars)
    14. Main Titles - 2
    15. Plausibility - 4
    16. Pace - 3
    17. Editing - 3
    18. Tilt - 3

    Overall 93/150

    Percentage: 62%

    Remember the first twelve categories are out of 10, and the latter six are out of 5 ;-)
  • StirredNotShakenStirredNotShaken I'm gonna use this to clarify that Dalton is tied with Craig
    Posts: 1,736
    The Man With The Golden Gun

    /10
    1. Direction - 3 (I'm not a Hamilton fan, and I feel the direction is incredibly lazy here.)
    2. Screenplay - 4 (Same opinion as @royale65.)
    3. Script - 6 (They make Goodnight an idiot, Pepper is completely unnecessary, and some of Moore's one-liners here bother me.)
    4. Plot - 5 (I prefer the book's plot MUCH more than the film's. Very disappointing story with the energy crisis shoehorned in.)
    5. Action - 3 (Dull at best. The 360 jump is the best part of the movie and they ruin it with a slide whistle.)
    6. Main Villain - 9 (Scaramanga is easily the best thing about this failure of the series.)
    7. Main Bond Girl - 2 (Goodnight is one of the worst in the series.)
    8. Bond - 8 (Not Moore's best turn as Bond, but I like him better here than I do in most of the others. It's a shame the film itself is so poor.)
    9. Sets - 5 (The funhouse has never impressed me.)
    10. Music - 4 (I'll agree here, it's easily Barry's worst score. However the title track is AWFUL and forces me to take off two more points.)
    11. Cinematography - 8 (Actually decently done.)
    12. Fleming - 4 (Really screws around with the entire novel. Not impressed.)

    /5
    13. Supporting Cast - 2 (I'll agree on the MI6 regulars. Llewelyn and Lee are fantastic here. Everyone else is abysmal.)
    14. Main Titles - 2 (Binder does okay here but admittedly this is probably where it started to get a little tired.)
    15. Plausibility - 4 (Actually one of the less "weird" Bond films out of the first ten.)
    16. Pace - 3 (It's okay, I suppose it's at least consistent which is good.)
    17. Editing - 3 (No complaints but it's like the pace, there's nothing that "wows" me here.
    18. Tilt - 1 (I really get frustrated any time I try to sit through this. It could've been so much better.)

    76/150
    = 50.67%.

    Barely passes.
  • The Man with the Golden Gun 1974

    Direction - 8
    Screenplay - 7
    Script - 7
    Plot - 5
    Action - 9
    Main Villain - 10
    Main Bond Girl - 3
    Bond (Moore) - 8
    Sets - 9
    Music - 8
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 4

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 2
    Plausibility - 2
    Pace - 5
    Editing - 3
    Tilt - 3

    104 / 150
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    Well, @Baltimore_007 is top of our three, with 104/150. Then me at 93/150, then last (or first depending on your philosophical bent ;-)) is @StirredNotShaken at 76/150
  • edited February 2014 Posts: 11,175
    Direction - 4 (fairly underwhelming)
    Screenplay - 6
    Script - 5 (best scene is the dinner table confrontation)
    Plot - 6
    Action - 4
    Main Villain - 10 (one of the best in the series, the films main redeeming quality)
    Main Bond Girl - 2 (can't stand her but she gets a 2 for being pretty)
    Bond (Moore) - 5 (ok but kind of rigid - both Bond and Moore)
    Sets - 4
    Music - 6
    Cinematography - 5 (some good shots here and there but could have been better)
    Fleming - 5

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 2
    Plausibility - 2
    Pace - 2
    Editing - 3
    Tilt - 2
  • Posts: 6,396
    Direction - 5
    Screenplay - 5
    Script - 5
    Plot - 4
    Action - 3
    Main Villain - 10
    Main Bond Girl - 2
    Bond (Moore) - 6
    Sets - 7
    Music - 7
    Cinematography - 5
    Fleming - 3

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 2
    Plausibility - 2
    Pace - 2
    Editing - 3
    Tilt - 2

    76/150.

    50.66%
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
    Posts: 19,595
    TMWTGG

    Direction - 6
    Screenplay - 5
    Script - 5
    Plot - 5
    Action - 5
    Main Villain - 7
    Main Bond Girl - 1 (Not interesting in the slightest!)
    Bond (Moore) - 7
    Sets - 6
    Music - 8
    Cinematography - 6
    Fleming - 5

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 4
    Plausibility - 2
    Pace - 3
    Editing - 3
    Tilt - 3

    84/150


    56%
  • MrBondMrBond Station S
    Posts: 2,044
    Direction - 8
    Screenplay - 6
    Script - 7
    Plot - 7
    Action - 4
    Main Villain - 10
    Main Bond Girl - 3
    Bond (Moore) - 10
    Sets - 6
    Music - 7
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 7

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 4
    Plausibility - 3
    Pace - 5
    Editing - 5
    Tilt - 4

    107/150

    71%

    I love TMWTGG and consider it to be one of the best in the franchise, so i'm a tad surprised that it got so low overall points from me in the end.
  • MayDayDiVicenzoMayDayDiVicenzo Here and there
    Posts: 5,068
    Direction - 8
    Screenplay - 5
    Script - 5
    Plot - 5
    Action - 5
    Main Villain - 8
    Main Bond Girl - 4
    Bond- 8
    Sets - 6
    Music - 8 (I actually rather enjoy the title song)
    Cinematography - 6
    Fleming - 6

    Supporting Cast - 4
    Main Titles - 2
    Plausibility - 3 (minus 2 points for Pepper buying a car in Thailand)
    Pace - 4
    Editing - 4
    Tilt - 3

    94/150

    62.7%
  • 1. Direction - 3 (Hamilton made one good film)
    2. Screenplay - 3
    3. Script - 3
    4. Plot - 1
    5. Action - 2
    6. Main Villain - 6 (Would be much, much lower if it weren't for Lee, the character sucks but the actor partially makes up for it)
    7. Main Bond Girl - 1
    8. Bond - 2 (Even for Roger Moore, it's pretty bad)
    9. Sets - 3
    10. Music - 5 (Barry's worst score)
    11. Cinematography - 5
    12. Fleming - 2

    13. Supporting Cast - 1
    14. Main Titles - 1
    15. Plausibility - 2
    16. Pace - 1
    17. Editing - 3
    18. Tilt - 1

    45/150
    30%

    God I hate this film even more than I thought I did.
  • Direction - 5
    Screenplay - 4
    Script - 5
    Plot - 8
    Action - 2
    Main Villain - 10
    Main Bond Girl - 2
    Bond (Moore) - 9
    Sets - 7
    Music - 6 (Barry's worst IMO)
    Cinematography - 7
    Fleming - 7

    Supporting Cast - 2
    Main Titles - 3
    Plausibility - 3
    Pace - 2
    Editing - 4
    Tilt - 1

    The worst Bond film of them all by a pretty fair margin in my opinion.
  • BirdlesonBirdleson San Jose, CAModerator
    edited September 2014 Posts: 30,664
    Direction - 7
    Screenplay - 6
    Script - 5
    Plot - 6
    Action - 7
    Main Villain - 9
    Main Bond Girl - 7
    Bond (Moore) - 8
    Sets - 9
    Music - 9
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 4

    Supporting Cast - 3
    Main Titles - 3
    Plausibility - 2
    Pace - 4
    Editing - 4
    Tilt - 2

    106 - 69%
  • Posts: 7,641
    The Man with the Golden Gun 1974

    Direction - 7
    Screenplay - 7
    Script - 7
    Plot - 5
    Action - 7
    Main Villain - 7
    Main Bond Girl - 6
    Bond (Moore) - 8
    Sets - 9
    Music - 8
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 5

    Supporting Cast - 7
    Main Titles - 7
    Plausibility - 6
    Pace - 6
    Editing - 6
    Tilt - 6
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    edited February 2014 Posts: 3,747
    TMWTGG

    Direction - 8
    Screenplay - 6
    Script - 6
    Plot - 7
    Action - 8
    Main Villain - 8
    Main Bond Girl - 7 (Andrea 6 Goodnight 8)
    Bond (Moore) - 7
    Sets - 7
    Music - 7
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 5 (Include Bonus point for Christopher Lee, Family of Fleming!.)

    Supporting Cast - 4/5 (8/10) Hai Fat, Hip and girls, Gun Guy, M, Q, Moneypenny \:D/ Nick Nack [-(
    Main Titles - 3.5/5 (7/10)
    Plausibility - 3/5 (6/10)
    Pace - 3.5/5 (7/10)
    Editing - 3.5/5 (7/10)
    Tilt - 3.5 (7/10)

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    Sometimes i rank this movie, sometimes Octopussy 10th or 11th place.
    TMWTGG is Roger Moore Yolt for me, but i like it more then that movie. Thanks to the plot, villian, Sets, suporting cast and music. Somethings i like a bit more in Yolt, but overall the other things in this movie work better then in Yolt.
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    A dozenish vote for Golden Gun, I say, good show! As always I'll be rounding up our votes at the weekend. If you haven't voted, why not?!!! ;-)
  • edited February 2014 Posts: 19,339
    TMWTGG

    Direction - 7
    Screenplay - 7
    Script - 6
    Plot - 8 (They did weave the Energy Crisis of the time into the story.)
    Action - 8
    Main Villain - 9
    Main Bond Girl - 5
    Bond (Moore) - 8
    Sets - 8
    Music - 8
    Cinematography - 8
    Fleming - 4

    Supporting Cast - 4
    Main Titles -4
    Plausibility - 4(again the Energy Crisis makes this plausible,it DID happen).
    Pace - 4
    Editing - 4
    Tilt - 4

    110/150
    73%

    Always liked this film,even as a kid,it's a guilty pleasure of the Bond series to me.


  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    barryt007 wrote:
    (They did use the Energy Crisis of the time into the story.)

    Always liked this film,even as a kid,it's a guilty pleasure of the Bond series to me.


    Quite. The plot is relevant, I'd say more so, today.

    On average the % ratings, seem to be between 50 and 70%.
  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    edited February 2014 Posts: 4,357
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  • royale65royale65 Caustic misanthrope reporting for duty.
    Posts: 4,357
    Well, thanks for voting peeps. Shall we do this thing? I think so. Drum roll please....

    The Man With The Golden Gun = 60.38%

    GoldenEye - 78.94%
    Dr No- 78.7%
    Goldfinger - 77.23%
    Skyfall - 75.4%
    Moonraker - 67.4%
    The Man With The Golden Gun - 60.38%

    Not surprisingly, Golden Gun has come in last in our combined ratings, common complaints being the tone, humour, Pepper and Goodnight. The one true thing that almost everyone agreed on was the main villain, the iconic Chris Lee.

    And to conclude our Golden Gun discussion, time for some actual discussion!


    Is it higher/lower than your own ratings?

    Slightly lower, but that's no surprise.

    What is your favourite category/element/thing in the film? 

    Chris Lee and the cinematography

    What surprised you the most, while reading other peoples ratings? 

    I wasn't expected people to be so harsh on the film.


    Ok, any thoughts out there chaps and chapettes?
  • StirredNotShakenStirredNotShaken I'm gonna use this to clarify that Dalton is tied with Craig
    Posts: 1,736
    Is it higher/lower than your own ratings?

    I have Moonraker below it but honestly, both films are piss-poor entries in the series. They're #20 and #21 in my rankings.

    What is your favourite category/element/thing in the film?

    Easily Christopher Lee's Scaramanga and Moore's performance. But that's not saying much because honestly, I wouldn't put Scaramanga in my top ten villains I don't think, and Moore is just... Moore. It's not even his best turn as Bond, that was to come four films later.

    What surprised you the most, while reading other peoples ratings?

    People were far too kind to Barry's score. Even the people who disliked it gave it way too high a rating.
  • KerimKerim Istanbul Not Constantinople
    Posts: 2,629
    I'm out of practice, but I'll give it a go.

    TMWTGG

    1. Direction - 6
    2. Screenplay - 5
    3. Script - 4
    4. Plot - 5
    5. Action - 8
    6. Main Villain - 10
    7. Main Bond Girl - 3
    8. Bond - 8
    9. Sets - 8
    10. Music - 4
    11. Cinematography - 7
    12. Fleming - 8
    13. Supporting Cast - 6
    14. Main Titles - 7
    15. Plausibility - 7
    16. Pace - 8
    17. Editing - 6
    18. Tilt - 6

    Total: 116/150 (77.3)
  • Posts: 1,817
    The Man with the Golden Gun
    1. Direction - 7
    2. Screenplay - 6
    3. Script - 6
    4. Plot - 7
    5. Action - 6
    6. Main Villain - 10
    7. Main Bond Girl - 5
    8. Bond - 8
    9. Sets - 7
    10. Music - 9
    11. Cinematography - 8
    12. Fleming - 8

    13. Supporting Cast - 3
    14. Main Titles - 4
    15. Plausibility - 2
    16. Pace - 5
    17. Editing - 4
    18. Tilt - 4

    109/150

    Percentage: 72.7%
  • MrBondMrBond Station S
    edited February 2014 Posts: 2,044
    Is it higher/lower than your own ratings?

    No, it sits on spot #6 for me too.

    What is your favourite category/element/thing in the film?

    Roger Moores excellent performance as a great interpretation as Flemings Bond and the overall quite serious style.

    What surprised you the most, while reading other peoples ratings?

    Well actually i thought people would loathe it more.
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