Best Bond Cinematography - Elimination Game

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  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
    Posts: 45,420
    Friday 23/09

    Dr. No: 24 (+1)
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 19
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 27
    Live and Let Die: 14
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 18
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16 (-2)
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9
    Die Another Day: 18
    Casino Royale: 22
    Quantum of Solace: 27
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 16
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,944
    Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 19
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 27
    Live and Let Die: 14
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 18
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9
    Die Another Day: 18
    Casino Royale: 22
    Quantum of Solace: 28 (+1)
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 14 (-2)
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • ProfJoeButcherProfJoeButcher Bless your heart
    Posts: 1,544
    :))

    Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 19
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 27
    Live and Let Die: 14
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 18
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9
    Die Another Day: 18
    Casino Royale: 20 (-2)
    Quantum of Solace: 28 (+1)
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 15 (+1)
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Posts: 4,147
    Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17 (-2)
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 27
    Live and Let Die: 14
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 18
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 10 (+1)
    Die Another Day: 18
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 15
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Posts: 426
    Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 28 (+1)
    Live and Let Die: 14
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16 (-2)
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 10
    Die Another Day: 18
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 15
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 20
    You Only Live Twice: 23
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 28
    Live and Let Die: 12 (-2)
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 10
    Die Another Day: 19 (+1)
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 15
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
    JamesStock wrote: »
    Can't believe I'm the first to knock points off of DAD...I mean, the CGI is part of the cinematography, right?

    I guess technically anything in the frame is part of the cinematography. But DAD is such a vibrantly and beautifully photographed film throughout I’d be reluctant to place it below a blander-looking entry on account of some spotty CGI. I guess you have to take everything into consideration on balance.
  • marcmarc Universal Exports
    Posts: 2,271
    Friday (9/23)

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19 (-1)
    You Only Live Twice: 24 (+1)
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 28
    Live and Let Die: 12
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 10
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 10
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 25
    Spectre: 14 (-1)
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • edited September 24 Posts: 1,122
    JamesStock wrote: »
    Can't believe I'm the first to knock points off of DAD...I mean, the CGI is part of the cinematography, right?

    I guess technically anything in the frame is part of the cinematography. But DAD is such a vibrantly and beautifully photographed film throughout I’d be reluctant to place it below a blander-looking entry on account of some spotty CGI. I guess you have to take everything into consideration on balance.

    I'd say no, mise-en-scene (fancy film term for what's in the frame) isn't always part of the cinematography. The rule of thumb is that cinematography is how something is shot and mise-en-scene is what's being shot. That said it's very often the case nowadays that CGI and digital alteration can be a part of the cinematography. We obviously are at a point where digital colour grading is such an integral part of the post-production process that the cinematographer has to sit down or at least discuss what they want with the Colourist. Same for VFX artists at times. There are camera movements in films that have been done relying on VFX (David Fincher has a few of these in Fight Club and Panic Room) so yes, they'd very much be part of the cinematography. CGI can be a grey area in this regard.

    On the other hand, I wouldn't say that invisible cars or giant CGI waves are part of the cinematography.

    Anyway...

    Friday Vote:

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 28
    Live and Let Die: 12
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 9 (-1)
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9 (-1)
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26 (+1)
    Spectre: 14
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • 007HallY wrote: »
    JamesStock wrote: »
    Can't believe I'm the first to knock points off of DAD...I mean, the CGI is part of the cinematography, right?

    I guess technically anything in the frame is part of the cinematography. But DAD is such a vibrantly and beautifully photographed film throughout I’d be reluctant to place it below a blander-looking entry on account of some spotty CGI. I guess you have to take everything into consideration on balance.

    I'd say no, mise-en-scene (fancy film term for what's in the frame) isn't always part of the cinematography. The rule of thumb is that cinematography is how something is shot and mise-en-scene is what's being shot. That said it's very often the case nowadays that CGI and digital alteration can be a part of the cinematography. We obviously are at a point where digital colour grading is such an integral part of the post-production process that the cinematographer has to sit down or at least discuss what they want with the Colourist. Same for VFX artists at times. There are camera movements in films that have been done relying on VFX (David Fincher has a few of these in Fight Club and Panic Room) so yes, they'd very much be part of the cinematography. CGI can be a grey area in this regard.

    On the other hand, I wouldn't say that invisible cars or giant CGI waves are part of the cinematography.

    You are correct. The content is not the cinematography. The way the content is shot is. And you're also correct about the distinction between CGI objects like the invisible car or the tidal waves and digital color filters, the latter being part of the cinematography and the former not. So to James' point about the shoddy CGI in DAD being part of the film's cinematography, I agree that in this case it is not.
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,952
    Saturday 24/09

    Dr. No: 24
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29 +1
    Live and Let Die: 10 -2

    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 9
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 14
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever

  • KronsteenKronsteen Stockholm
    Posts: 576
    Saturday

    Dr. No: 25 (+1)
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 7 (-2)
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 9
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 14
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • 007HallY wrote: »
    JamesStock wrote: »
    Can't believe I'm the first to knock points off of DAD...I mean, the CGI is part of the cinematography, right?

    I guess technically anything in the frame is part of the cinematography. But DAD is such a vibrantly and beautifully photographed film throughout I’d be reluctant to place it below a blander-looking entry on account of some spotty CGI. I guess you have to take everything into consideration on balance.

    I'd say no, mise-en-scene (fancy film term for what's in the frame) isn't always part of the cinematography. The rule of thumb is that cinematography is how something is shot and mise-en-scene is what's being shot. That said it's very often the case nowadays that CGI and digital alteration can be a part of the cinematography. We obviously are at a point where digital colour grading is such an integral part of the post-production process that the cinematographer has to sit down or at least discuss what they want with the Colourist. Same for VFX artists at times. There are camera movements in films that have been done relying on VFX (David Fincher has a few of these in Fight Club and Panic Room) so yes, they'd very much be part of the cinematography. CGI can be a grey area in this regard.

    On the other hand, I wouldn't say that invisible cars or giant CGI waves are part of the cinematography.

    You are correct. The content is not the cinematography. The way the content is shot is. And you're also correct about the distinction between CGI objects like the invisible car or the tidal waves and digital color filters, the latter being part of the cinematography and the former not. So to James' point about the shoddy CGI in DAD being part of the film's cinematography, I agree that in this case it is not.
    Not sure how to interpret the parasailing scene, since the entire background and its composition is fake, but I get the point...
  • Junglist_1985Junglist_1985 Los Angeles
    edited September 24 Posts: 800
    I mean, just for reference Skyfall probably has objectively the best cinematography in the series yet it also has crap CGI.
  • I guess my point was to differentiate using CGI for an object (or face) with using it for composing an entire scene. Granted the parasailing scene in DAD was only a small part of the film, but it don't see why it isn't fair game, as decisions like lighting, shot composition, color, are all computer generated...and absolutely horrid to look at.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
    Posts: 45,420
    Saturday

    Dr. No: 26 (+1)
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 7
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7 (-2)
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 14
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • ProfJoeButcherProfJoeButcher Bless your heart
    Posts: 1,544
    Saturday

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 17
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 7
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18 (-2)
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 15 (+1)
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • edited September 24 Posts: 1,122
    JamesStock wrote: »
    I guess my point was to differentiate using CGI for an object (or face) with using it for composing an entire scene. Granted the parasailing scene in DAD was only a small part of the film, but it don't see why it isn't fair game, as decisions like lighting, shot composition, color, are all computer generated...and absolutely horrid to look at.

    It's worth saying that even in the parasailing scene a level of practical filmmaking would have been required. There needs to be if you want to digitally add a James Bond into your giant CGI wave. It would have probably involved Brosnan strapped to a metal board/holding two straps in a studio in front of a green screen, the camera filming him from various angles and creating the required camera movements. In this sense the shot compositions, camera movements and even the lighting for that scene would have been done practically. It's just that they created a bunch of waves and glaciers on a computer.

    Believe it or not, DAD doesn't actually have as much CGI as most people think, especially by today's standards. There are also moments where CGI is used that are less noticeable (the scene where Bond escapes from the MI6 ship and climbs up the ladder from the harbour is an example - the background was created using CGI and shot in front of a green screen). In fact, a lot of the VFX in films today is unnoticeable to most viewers.
  • M_BaljeM_Balje Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Posts: 4,147
    Saturday

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 15 (-2)
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 7
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 8 (+1)
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 28
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 15
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,944
    Saturday Vote:

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 15
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 7
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 8
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29 (+1)
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 13 (-2)
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Slazenger7Slazenger7 Gothenburg, Sweden
    Posts: 1,095
    Saturday

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16 (+1)
    Thunderball: 19
    You Only Live Twice: 24
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 5 (-2)
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 8
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 13
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • marcmarc Universal Exports
    Posts: 2,271
    Saturday (9/24)

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18 (-1)
    You Only Live Twice: 25 (+1)
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 17
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 5
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 8
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 26
    Spectre: 12 (-1)
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Posts: 1,122
    Saturday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 29
    Live and Let Die: 10
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16 (-1)
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 5
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7 (-1)
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27 (+1)
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,952
    Sunday 25/09

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 30 +1
    Live and Let Die: 8 -2

    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 5
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever

  • edited September 25 Posts: 559
    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 30
    Live and Let Die: 8
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 3 (-2)
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 19 (+1)
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • Junglist_1985Junglist_1985 Los Angeles
    Posts: 800
    Saturday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 30
    Live and Let Die: 6 (-2)
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 3
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 19
    Casino Royale: 20 (+1)
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • edited September 25 Posts: 6,801
    007HallY wrote: »
    JamesStock wrote: »
    I guess my point was to differentiate using CGI for an object (or face) with using it for composing an entire scene. Granted the parasailing scene in DAD was only a small part of the film, but it don't see why it isn't fair game, as decisions like lighting, shot composition, color, are all computer generated...and absolutely horrid to look at.

    It's worth saying that even in the parasailing scene a level of practical filmmaking would have been required. There needs to be if you want to digitally add a James Bond into your giant CGI wave. It would have probably involved Brosnan strapped to a metal board/holding two straps in a studio in front of a green screen, the camera filming him from various angles and creating the required camera movements. In this sense the shot compositions, camera movements and even the lighting for that scene would have been done practically. It's just that they created a bunch of waves and glaciers on a computer.

    Believe it or not, DAD doesn't actually have as much CGI as most people think, especially by today's standards. There are also moments where CGI is used that are less noticeable (the scene where Bond escapes from the MI6 ship and climbs up the ladder from the harbour is an example - the background was created using CGI and shot in front of a green screen). In fact, a lot of the VFX in films today is unnoticeable to most viewers.

    The fact that the camerawork and lighting of Brosnan was all done practically occurred to me as well. The imperfect lighting is a legitimate complaint, but that's a noticeable problem in the green screen work of every one of Craig's films too. We're in the era of green screen and while CGI in general is getting better and better Bond's VFX artists don't seem to have worked this problem out yet as of 2021.

    Ultimately we're talking about 20 seconds of the film anyway. A comparable example would be the gigantically sized car and construction equipment in the rear projection footage of Dr. No. Do you discredit the film's cinematographic merits because of one short sequence that was questionably filmed?

    Saturday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 30
    Live and Let Die: 4 (-2)
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 3
    Goldeneye: 16
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 20 (+1)
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
    Posts: 45,420

    Sunday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 31 (+1)
    Live and Let Die: 4
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 3
    Goldeneye: 14 (-2)
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 20
    Casino Royale: 20
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 12
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • ProfJoeButcherProfJoeButcher Bless your heart
    Posts: 1,544

    Sunday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 31
    Live and Let Die: 4
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 3
    Goldeneye: 14
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 20
    Casino Royale: 18 (-2)
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 13 (+1)
    No Time To Die: 22

    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • KronsteenKronsteen Stockholm
    Posts: 576
    Sunday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 31
    Live and Let Die: 5 (+1)
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 16
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 1 (-2)
    Goldeneye: 14
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 20
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 13
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 7,444
    Sunday Vote

    Dr. No: 26
    From Russia With Love: 22
    Goldfinger: 16
    Thunderball: 18
    You Only Live Twice: 25
    On Her Majesty’s Secret Service: 31
    Live and Let Die: 5
    The Man With the Golden Gun: 14 (-2)
    The Spy Who Loved Me: 21
    Moonraker: 20
    For Your Eyes Only: 16
    Octopussy: 19
    The Living Daylights: 20
    License to Kill: 1
    Goldeneye: 15 (+1)
    Tomorrow Never Dies: 20
    The World Is Not Enough: 7
    Die Another Day: 20
    Casino Royale: 18
    Quantum of Solace: 29
    Skyfall: 27
    Spectre: 13
    No Time To Die: 22

    ELIMINATED
    24. A View To A Kill
    25. Diamonds Are Forever
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