James Bond Movies: How to Watch all 25 Movies in Order with IMDb Rating

James Bond is a cultural phenomenon. Her Majesty’s favorite spy has appeared in around 2 dozen movies, immortalized on screen by some of the finest actors of our generation. Right from the 60’s till recently, Bond movies have been the gold standard for acting, action, storyline and much more. The first James Bond novel was published by Ian Fleming in 1953. The movies started rolling out almost a decade later when Dr. No hit theatres in 1962, right up till No Time to Die in 2021. All of the 007 movies have stand-alone episodic adventures that don’t require you to have knowledge of the previous movies to enjoy, regardless of the installment that you are watching. Thankfully, continuity isn’t an issue because the Bond movies employ a floating timeline via which James Bond progresses through the decades without his character aging significantly, and partly because the series tends to reboot each time a new actor steps into the role. So what are the Bond movies in order? Here they are, so choose which one you’d like to watch. 

List of James Bond Movies in Order

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Dr. No (1962)

The first Bond movie, this is not an origin story but rather has Bond already fully formed. He is battling against SPECTRE, a terrorist organisation that he goes up on and off over the years to come. In Dr No, we meet many James Bond iconic characters like M, the head of the British Secret Service, Miss Moneypenny, M’s secretary and CIA Agent Felix Leiter, who appears in subsequent movies and is a recurring Bond ally. 

Cast – Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Bernard Lee, Joseph Wiseman, Jack Lord, Anthony Dawson, Zena Marshall, John Kitzmiller, Eunice Gayson, Peter Burton, Lois Maxwell, Michel Mok, Reggie Carter, Yvonne Shima, Marguerite LeWars, Dolores Keator, William Foster-Davis, Louis Blaazer. 

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 6th October 1962

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From Russia with Love (1963)

After their plans get foiled successfully by a swashbuckling James Bond, SPECTRE is out for revenge. They’re going after Bond and won’t stop at any cost. This movie marks Sean Connery’s second outing as the iconic spy. SPECTRE is seeking retribution for the death of Dr No, their agent, in Jamaica. They start training agents to kill Bond, before giving the project to Irish assassin Donald “Red” Grant. 

Cast – Sean Connery,  Robert Shaw, Lotte Lenya, Daniela Bianchi, Eunice Gayson, Bernard Lee, Pedro Armendáriz, George Pastell, Walter Gotell, Francis De Wolff, Nadja Regin, Lois Maxwell, Aliza Gur, Martine Beswick, Vladek Sheybal, Anthony Dawson, Lisa Guiraut, Hasan Ceylan

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 10th October 1963

Goldfinger (1964)

Bond here is after the gold-smuggling operation of the villain, that builds up to a thrilling attempted heist at Fort Knox. This movie is the first Bond movie to have a theme song with lyrics playing over the opening credits, and is also where the series starts to explore some of its iconic facets like the idea of “Bond Girls” as love interest with funny names and evil henchmen with hyper-specific gimmicks. In Goldfinger you get Pussy Galore and the bodyguard Oddjob. 

Cast – Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Gert Fröbe, Tania Mallet, Bernard Lee, Harold Sakata, Martin Benson, Austin Willis, Lois Maxwell, Bill Nagy, Cec Linder, Peter Cranwell, Richard Vernon, Burt Kwouk, Desmond Llewelyn

Where to Watch –Apple TV

Release Date – 17th September 1964

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Thunderball (1965)

Here James Bond squares off against SPECTRE again. However this movie is known for other reasons – being the epicentre of a messy legal dispute between the producer EON Productions, Fleming, and a screenwriter that Fleming had worked with earlier. In the movie, SPECTRE operative Emilio Largo comes up with a plan to hold NATO to ransom by hijacking two atom bombs from a Royal Air Force (RAF) Avro Vulcan strategic jet bomber during a training exercise. To ensure Largo’s plans come to fruition, SPECTRE operative Count Lippe gets Angelo Palazzi on board to oversee the theft of the bombs. 

Cast – Sean Connery, Rik Van Nutter, Adolfo Celi, Claudine Auger, Luciana Paluzzi, Guy Doleman, Martine Beswick, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, Molly Peters, Roland Culver, Earl Cameron, Paul Stassino, Rose Alba, Philip Locke, George Pravda, Michael Brennan

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 22 December 1965

You Only Live Twice (1967)

In this movie, Bond disguises himself as a Japanese man. This movie gives us the first true appearance of longtime Bond nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the SPECTRE leader, who had only appeared as a teaser in previous installments. The movie opens with the American NASA spacecraft Jupiter 16, that gets hijacked from orbit by an unidentified spaceship. The US suspects this to be the work of the Soviets, but the British think the Japanese are involved because the spacecraft landed in the Sea of Japan. To investigate, James Bond is sent to Tokyo, after he fakes his own death in Hong Kong, and gets buried at sea from HMS Tenby. 

Cast – Mie Hama, Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Tetsurô Tanba, Karin Dor, Teru Shimada, Donald Pleasance, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, Desmond Llewelyn, Charles Gray, Tsai Chin, Peter Fanene Maivia, Michael Chow, Ronald Rich, Jeanne Roland, David Toguri 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 13th June 1967

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

This stand alone movie had George Lazenby essaying the role of Bond, who is pitted against Blofeld, in a plot involving brainwashed women programmed to unwittingly engage in biological warfare at Blofeld’s whim. The movie starts with Bond preventing a woman on the beach from committing suicide by drowning, meeting her again in a casino. Contessa Teresa di Vincenzo, the woman in question, calls Bond to her hotel room to thank him, but upon arrival, he is attacked by an unidentified man. After subduing him, Bond goes back to his own room to find Tracy there, who claims she was unaware of the attacker’s presence. The following day, Bond gets kidnapped by a number of men, who take him to Marc-Ange Draco, head of the Unione Corse, a European crime syndicate. Draco tells Bond that Tracy is his only daughter, and offers Bond a million pounds to marry her. Bond puts the offer down, but agrees to carry on romancing Tracy if Draco assists him in finding Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the head of SPECTRE.

Cast – George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Teddy Savalas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Lois Maxwell, Bernard Lee, Ilse Steppat, George Baker, Bernard Horsfall, Desmond Llewelyn, Irvin Allen, Virginia North, Yuri Borienko, Terence Mountain, James Bree, Angela Scoular, John Gay. 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 18th December 1969

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Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Sean Connery retired from playing Bond after You Only Live Twice, but returned unexpectedly for this movie. In this story, Bond faces off against Blofeld, who is being essayed by Charles Gray and is using plastic surgery to manufacture a bunch of look-alike decoys of himself. Bond pursues Blofeld, eventually finding him at his look-alike factory. Bond kills a test subject then the actual Blofeld by drowning him in a pool of superheated mud. Assassins Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd systematically murder several diamond smugglers, M suspects that South African diamonds are being hoarded to depress prices by dumping and sends Bond to unravel the smuggling ring. 

Cast – Sean Connery, Jill St John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean, Bruce Cabot, Putter Smith, Bruce Glover, Norman Burton, Joseph Fürst, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, Desmond Llewelyn, Leonard Barr, Margaret Lacey, David de Keyser, Joe Robinson, Laurence Naismith.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 17th December 1971

Live and Let Die (1973)

In this movie, Bond goes on an adventure in New Orleans and the Caribbean. In this movie we are introduced to voodoo occultist Baron Samedi, one of Bond’s most famous rivals. The movie opens with 3 MI6 agents killed under mysterious circumstances, within a day in the UN headquarters in New York, New Orleans and the small Caribbean nation of San Monique, while looking into the operations of Dr Kananga, the island’s dictator. Bond is sent to New York to investigate. Kananga is also visiting the UN in New York. Whisper shoots Bond’s driver dead soon upon their arrival, and one of Kananga’s men, while whisking Bond away to see Felix Leiter of the CIA. Bond almost dies in the ensuing car crash. From here the story twists and turns, culminating in that famous climax scene. 

Cast – Jane Seymour, Clifton James, Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Julius Harris, Geoffrey Holder, David Hedison, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell, Tommy Lane, Gloria Hendry, Earl Jolly Brown, Roy Stewart, Lon Satton, Ruth Kempf, Arnold Williams, Madeline Smith, Ruth Kempf.

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 1st January 1973

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

In this movie, Bond attempts to track down a secret device which can weaponise solar power while steering clear of a megalomaniacal assassin called Scaramanga, who possesses a golden bullet with Bond’s name on it. The movie opens with American gangster Rodney who visits Francisco Scaramanga to kill him and get his bounty, but gets directed to a funhouse part of the estate where Scaramanga gets his golden gun and kills him. In London, this golden bullet with 007 etched gets received by MI6, supposedly sent by Scaramanga, but no one really knows what he looks like. The movie is full of twists and turns and is intensely interesting to watch. 

Cast – Roger Moore, Christopher Lee, Maud Adams, Hervé Villechaize, Clifton James, Richard Loo, Soon-Tek Oh, Marc Lawrence, Lois Maxwell, Bernard Lee, Marne Maitland, James Cossins, Yao Lin Chen, Desmond Llewelyn, Gerald James, Michael Osborne, Desmond Llewelyn.

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 20th December 1974

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

This movie marks the high point of Roger Moore’s tenure as James Bond. In this movie, Bond teams up with the stunning KGB agent Anya Amasova, also known as Agent Triple X, as they try to retrieve stolen nuclear submarines. A Soviet and a British ballistic-missile submarine disappears, and James Bond, escaping an ambush by a bunch of Soviet agents in Austria, reaches his briefing. There are plans for a highly advanced submarine tracking system, implemented in Egypt. There Bond meets Triple X, as a rival for the microfilm plans. They journey across Egypt together, and meet Jaws, a villain along the way. The two agents link up and uncover the evidence linking these plans to Karl Stromberg, a shipping tycoon and scientist. 

Cast-Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Caroline Munro, Richard Kiel, Geoffrey Keen, Walter Gotell, Bernard Lee, George Baker, Michael Billington, Desmond Llewelyn, Olga Bisera, Valerie Leon, Edward de Souza, Lois Maxwell, Nadim Sawalha, Sydney Tafler, Vernon Dobtcheff.

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 13 July 1977

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Moonraker (1979)

Called “Bond in Space” by fans and critics at the time of its release, the finale of this movie is aboard an orbiting space shuttle. Jaws returns for the second and final time, escaping in the end with a bottle of champagne and his new girlfriend. The story begins with a Drax Industries Moonraker Space Shuttle on loan to the UK is hijacked in midair. The carrier is destroyed but no wreckage of the shuttle is ever found. M, the head of MI6, assigns James Bond to the case. While on his way to England, Bond is attacked and pushed out of a plane by Jaws. he survives because he steals a parachute from the pilot, while Jaws falls on a trapeze net in a circus tent. Bond meets the owner of Drax Industries Hugo Drax, and his henchman Chang. He also meets Dr Holly Goodhead, an astronaut, and escapes an assassination attempt inside a centrifuge chamber. With a tight script, stellar performances and interesting storyline, this movie is a must watch. 

Cast – Roger Moore, Richard Kiel, Lois Chiles, Corinne Cléry, Michael Lonsdale, Lois Maxwell, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Geoffrey Keen, Emily Bolton, Toshirô Suga, Mike Marshall, Leila Shenna, Blanche Ravalecka, Irka Bochenkon, Anne Lonberg, Jean-Pierre Castaldi, Walter Gotell. 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 26 June 1979

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Bond movies and winter sporting events go hand in hand. In this movie, there is a frantic chase on a biathlon course as well as some ice-hockey action. An unnamed villain is killed by Bond in a humiliating manner during the pre-title sequence. The movie begins with British information gathering vessel St Georges, which has the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator, that the Ministry of Defence uses to coordinate the Royal Navy’s fleet of Polaris submarines. This system gets sunk after trawling an old naval mine by mistake in the Ionian Sea. The British ask a marine archaeologist, Sir Timothy Havelock, to secretly locate the St Georges. However, Hector Gonzales, a Cuban hitman, murders them. The daughter, Melina Havelock witnesses this murder and swears revenge. 

Cast – Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Julian Glover, Cassandra Harris, Jill Bennett, Michael Gothard, Jack Hedley, John Wyman, Lois Maxwell, Walter Gotell, Geoffrey Keen, Desmond Llewelyn, John Moreno, James Williers, Charles Dance, Paul Angelis

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video 

Release Date – 24th June 1981

Octopussy (1983)

Octopussy starts with the death of 009, before morphing into a story about stolen treasure involving a gorgeous jewel smuggler and a villainous prince. There’s one iconic scene in which Bond has to disguise himself like a clown to intercept a bomb at a circus. After escaping knife-throwing twin assassins Mishka and Grishka in East Berlin, mortally wounded 009 dressed as a clown, carrying a fake Faberge egg, crashes into the residence of the British ambassador and dies. The story goes on from there, and ends in a cliffhanger, in which Bond emerges victorious. A great script, tight storyline and stellar performances make this movie a must-watch. 

Cast – Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Kabir Bedi, Louis Jourdan, Louis Jourdan, Steve Berkoff, David Meyer, Tony Meyer, Desmond Llewelyn, Walter Gotell, Lois Maxwell, Vijay Amritraj, Robert Brown, Michaela Clavell, Albert Moses, Geoffrey Keen, Douglas Wilmer, Andy Bradford. 

Where to Watch – Apple TV

Release Date – 6th June 1983

Never Say Never Again (1983)

This movie is an outlier in the James Bond movie universe. It isn’t counted as part of the official Bond series, and is a loose remake of Thunderball. If you like Sean Connery this movie is for you as you end the franchise. The story starts off with MI6 James Bond failing a routine trailing exercise, with his superior M ordering Bond to a health clinic outside London to get back in shape. At this clinic, Bond sees a mysterious nurse called Fatima Blush giving a sadomasochistic beating to a patient in an adjacent room. The man’s face is in a bandage and after his beating, he uses a machine that scans his eye. Blush sees Bond and sends an assassin called Lippe to kill him in the clinic gym, however Bond manages to kill Lippe instead. 

Cast – Sean Connery, Kim Basinger, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Max von Sydow, Bernie Casey, Barbara Carrera, Alec McCowen, Edward Fox, Pamela Salem, Rowan Atkinson, Milos Kirek, Pat Roach, Anthony Sharp, Valerie Leon, Gavan O’Herlihy, Prunella Gee, Ronald Pickup, and Robert Rietty

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 6th October 1983 

A View to a Kill (1985)

This was Roger Moore’s final Bond movie, and has plenty going for it, especially with the genetically engineered super villain and the penultimate performance of Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny. James Bond gets dispatched to Siberia to find the body of 003 and recover a Soviet microchip, which Q analyses, establishing it to be a copy of one designed to withstand an electromagnetic pulse, manufactured by government contractor Zorin Industries. Bond goes to Ascot Racecourse to observe Max Zorin, the company’s owner. According to Sir Godfrey Tibbett, a racehorse trainer and mi6 agent, Zorin’s horses which always win, are drugged, despite tests proving negative. Via Tibbett, Bond meets French private detective Achille Aubergine, who tells Bond that Zorin is organizing a horse sale later in the month. During a dinner at the Eiffel Tower, Aubergine gets assassinated by Zorin’s bodyguard, May Day, who succeeds in running away. 

Cast – Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts, Grace Jones, Patrick Macnee, Patrick Bauchau, David Yip, Fiona Fullerton, Alison Doody, Manning Redwood, Willoughby Gray, Willoughby Gray, Robert Brown, Lois Maxwell, Walter Gotell, Geoffrey Keen, Jean Rougerie, Daniel Benzali.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 22nd May 1985

The Living Daylights (1987)

James Bond is given the task of helping a former Soviet general escape to the West, however, he soon gets embroiled in an elaborate weapons-smuggling operation, involving a beautiful concert cellist and an unscrupulous American arms dealer. Bond is assigned to assist KGB general Georgi Koskov defect, facilitating his escape from a concert hall in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. During this mission, he notices that the cellist is a sniper. Disobeying his orders to neutralise the sniper, he shoots the gun from her hands, then uses the Trans-Siberian Pipeline to get Koskov across the border to the West. 

Cast – Timothy Dalton, Art Malik, Maryam d’Abo, Jeroen Krabbé, John Rhys Davies, Andreas Wisniewski, Joe Don Baker, Thomas Wheatley, Desmond Llewelyn, Geoffrey Keen, Robert Brown, Walter Gotell, Caroline Bliss, John Terry, John Bowe, Virginia Hey, Julie T. Wallace, Belle Avery.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 27th June 1987

Licence to Kill (1989)

Evil drug lord Sanchez attacks Bond’s longtime friend and ally Felix Leiter, leaving him mutilated and almost dead, Bond goes about trying to take down Sanchez’s whole operation from within. The story opens with DEA agents collecting MI6 agent James Bond and his friend, CIA agent Felix Leiter, on their way to the latter’s wedding in Key West, to help them assist in capturing Franz Sanchez. Bond and Leiter manage to capture Sanchez by attacking a hook and cord to his plane and pulling it out of the air using a Coast Guard helicopter. Edge-of-the-seat action, and a great storyline make this movie a must watch. 

Cast – Timothy Dalton, Robert Davi, Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto, Anthony Zerbe, Frank McRae, Everett McGill, Benicio Del Toro, Wayne Newton, Anthony Starke, Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Robert Brown, Don Stroud, Caroline Bliss, Desmond Llewelyn, David Hedison, Priscilla Barnes, Grand L. Bush.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 13th June 1989

GoldenEye (1995)

It is the beginning of a new era. The Soviet Empire has come apart, and sexual politics have evolved. This is a more modern Bond, reporting to the series’ first female M. In this movie, Bond has to stop his former friend and fellow Double-O agent Alec Trevelyan from destroying London using an EMP satellite. The story goes back to 1986, when MI6 agents Bond and Trevelyan infiltrate a Soviet chemical weapons facility in Arkhangelsk. Trevelyn gets caught and is assumed killed by Colonel Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov, the facility’s commanding officer, while Bond manages to flatten the site and escape. 

Cast – Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, Izabella Scorupco, Famke Janssen, Sean Bean, Joe Don Baker, Robbie Coltrane, Tchéky Karyo, Alan Cumming, Gottfried John, Samantha Bond, Michael Kitchen, Desmond Llewelyn, Serena Gordon, Simon Kunz, Pavel Douglas, Olivier Lajous, Billy J Mitchell. 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 13th November 1995

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

In this movie, Bond is up against a media tycoon who wants to use international tensions to manufacture a war, so his sales and TV ratings get a boost. Bond has help in the form of a Chinese spy who teams up with him, to prevent their nations from going to war. The story begins with MI6 sending James Bond into the field for reconnaissance of a terrorist arms bazaar on the Russian border. M insists that 007 finish his survey, yet the Royal Navy Admiral Roebuck orders the HMS Chester to fire a harpoon missile at the bazaar. Bond finds two nuclear torpedoes mounted on an L-39 Albatross, with the missile too far out to be aborted. Bond has to pilot the L-39 moments prior to the bazaar getting destroyed. 

Cast – Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Teri Hatcher, Michelle Yeoh,  Götz Otto, Joe Don Baker, Ricky Jay,Vincent Schiavelli, Judi Dench, Samantha Bond, Desmond Llewelyn, Colin Salmon, Desmond Llewelyn, Julian Fellowes, Desmond Llewelyn, Terence Rigby, Nina Young, Daphne Deckers.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 9th December 1997

Die Another Day (2002)

This movie is the last time Pierce Brosnan plays James Bond. You get to see a car that turns invisible, gene-therapy that totally alters a person’s face and a brief cameo by Madonna. The story opens with MI6 agent James Bond, who has infiltrated a North Korean  military base, where the colonel, Tan-Sun Moon is selling weapons in exchange for African conflict diamonds. Zao, Moon’s right hand man realises who Bond really is and tries to kill him, with a hovercraft chase ensuing. Bond gets captured by North Korean soldiers, imprisoned by General Moon, the colonel’s father. After more than a year in captivity and torture at the hands of the Korean’s People’s Army, Bond gets traded for Zao in a prisoner exchange. Taken to meet M, he is informed that his status as a 00 Agent has been suspended because of suspicion of having leaked information to the North Koreans under duress. Does Bond get his agent status back? Watch the movie and find out. 

Cast – Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, Rosamund Pike, Toby Stephens, Rick Yune, John Cleese, Judi Dench, Will Yun Lee, Michael Madsen, Kenneth Tsang,  Emilio Echevarría, Michael Gor, Colin Salmon, Lawrence Makoare, Ben Wee, Ho Yi, Samantha Bond, Rachel Grant

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 22nd November 2002

Casino Royale (2006)

This is the first Bond film with a new Bond, Daniel Craig. This makes for a great origin story, with Bond earning his licence to kill, and becoming the character we know and love. There’s a bunch of poker being played in the movie and a great villainous performance of terrorist bankroller Le Chiffre. Earning his licence to kill and promotion to 00 agent status by killing the traitorous Dryden and his contact at the British embassy in Prague, Bond sets about his business. In Uganda, Steve Obanno, a high-ranking member of the Lord’s Resistance Army, is introduced to Le Chiffre, by Mr White. Obanno entrusts Le Chiffre with $100 million for investment purposes. Chiffre instead shorts the company’s stock. How is Bond involved in this? And how does the story progress? Watch the movie and find out. 

Cast – Jeffrey Wright, Judi Dench, Eva Green, Daniel Craig, Mads Mikkelsen, Caterina Murino, Giancarlo Giannini, Giancarlo Giannini, Jesper Christensen, Isaach De Bankolé, Ivana Milicevic, Tobias Menzies, Claudio Santamaria, Sebastien Foucan, Michael Sinclair, Richard Sammel, Ludger Pistor, Joseph Millson

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video 

Release Date – 15th December 2006

Quantum of Solace (2008)

In terms of narration, this is a direct sequel to Casino Royale. By the end of the previous movie, Bond avenges the death of Vesper Lynd, his lover, and investigates a SPECTRE-like organization called Quantum. After Casino Royal ends, Bond is travelling from Lake Garda to Siena in Italy, with the captive Mr White in the trunk of his Aston Martin DBS V12. Bond delivers White to M, who interrogates him regarding the mysterious organization called Quantum. When Mr White responds that their operatives are omnipresent, M’s bodyguard Craig Mitchell, shoots one of the guards and attacks M. Bond chases the errant guard and kills him, and White escapes in the confusion. Looking through Mitchell’s flat in London, Bond and M find out that Mitchell had a contact called Edmund Slate in Haiti, a hitman sent to kill Camille Montes under the instructions of her lover, Dominic Greene, an environmentalist entrepreneur. Greene is assisting exiled Bolivian General Medrano who killed Camille’s family, to overthrow the government and become the new president in exchange for a barren piece of land. 

Cast – Daniel Craig, Olga Kurylenko, Judi Dench, Mathieu Amalric, Giancarlo Giannini, Gemma Arterton, Jeffrey Wright, David Harbour, Jesper Christensen, Anatole Taubman, Tim Pigott-Smith, Rory Kinnear, Joaquin Cosio, Fernando Guillén Cuervo, Lucrezia Lante della Rovere, Jesus Ochoa, Glenn Foster, Paul Ritter. 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 7th November 2008

Skyfall (2012)

This has to be one of the most successful James Bond movies of all times. We are introduced to a deranged ex-MI6 agent Silva, who targets M for some personal vendetta, with the action ending in a cat-and-mouse game at Bond’s childhood haunt. Moneypenny comes back as a field agent, working alongside Bond. The movie opens in Istanbul, where MI6 agents Bond and Moneypenny pursue a mercenary called Patrice, who has pilfered a hard drive containing details of undercover agents. Bond and Patrice fight on top of a moving train, and M orders Moneypenny to shoot Patrice. Moneypenny, who doesn’t have a clear shot, shoots Bond by mistake who falls into a river. Bond is assumed dead and Patrice makes away with the hard drive. What happens next? Watch the movie and find out. 

Cast -Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris, Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Bérénice Marlohe, Albert Finney, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Ola Rapace, Helen McCrory, Nicholas Woodeson, Bill Buckhurst, Elize du Toit, Gordon Milne, Ian Bonar, Ben Loyd-Holmes, Peter Basham. 

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date – 1st November 2012

Spectre (2015)

SPECTRE is back, for the first time since the defeat of “Blofeld’, who returns too. As it turns out, SPECTRE was actually secretly behind the evil deeds of the previous 3 movies. Bond also faces troubling revelations regarding his relationship to Blofeld, which makes their rivalry personal. The movie opens with MI6 agent Bond carrying out an unauthorised mission in Mexico City, on the Day of the Dead, when he foils a terrorist bombing plot. He kills Marco Sciarra, the terrorist leader, and steals his ring, emblazoned with a stylised octopus, before making off with a helicopter. 

Cast – Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Monica Bellucci, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harries, Dave Bautista, Jesper Christensen, Andrew Scott, Rory Kinnear, Alessandro Cremona, Stephanie Sigman, Tenoch Huerta, Adriana Paz, Domenico Fortunato, Marco Zingaro, Stefano Elfi DiClaudia

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Release Date – 20th November 2015

No Time to Die (2021)

This is Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond, in which he squares off against the villain Lyutsifer Safin, a disfigured scientist, whose sole mission is to take down both Bond and SPECTRE. Bond’s love interest from Spectre reprises her role in this movie as well. The movie opens with a young Madeleine Swann witnessing the murder of her mother by Lyutsifer Safin, whose family was murdered by Swann’s father Mr White, under instructions from Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Swann shoots Safin and runs away, falling into a frozen lake, only to be rescued by Safin. From here, the movie goes on to be a great thriller, with lots of action for those interested. Watch it without further ado. 

Cast – Daniel Craig, Ana De Armas, Léa Seydoux, Rami Malek, Ralph Fiennes, Lashana Lynch, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harries, Rory Kinnear, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Billy Magnussen, David Dencik, Dali Benssalah, Coline Defaud, Lisa-Dorah Sonnet, Hugh Dennis, Mathilde Bourbin.

Where to Watch – Amazon Prime Video

Release Date -8th October 2021

Well, that does it for the Bond movies. Which one will you watch first?

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