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All 25 James Bond Movies, in Order. How Many Have You Seen?

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All of them. I spent a few summers in middle school/high school renting them and watching the old ones in order.
 

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I have seen them all. Can’t wait to see DC’s last Bond.
 

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That list is missing Never Say Never Again, 1983 staring Sean Connery. Even though this was the only movie not produced by Eon Productions, it was a true Bond movie as it was based on the rights from the Ian Flemming novel, "Thunderball".

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I have only seen twenty two (22) .
 

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I will always remember my first three. My grandfather was an avid reader and got me started with Fleming, Christie, Conan Doyle.

When Goldfinger came out the local theater had a marathon of Dr No, From Russia with Love, then the Goldfinger premier. We went and seemed like we stayed all day watching the first three. Sadly he passed in 1978 but I know he would enjoy Daniel Craig. I make a point of taking my son to all the JB movies.


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Also missing is the 1967 “Casino Royale” with David Niven as an older, retired Bond.
 

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This is the only one I haven't watched. It's been awhile since i've seen many of them.

Also missing is the 1967 “Casino Royale” with David Niven as an older, retired Bond.
 

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Also missing is the 1967 “Casino Royale” with David Niven as an older, retired Bond.

That was more of a spoof than an actual Bond film, a comedy with Peter Sellers in it too. Panned by critics and rotten tomatoes.

They made another Casino Royale with Daniel Craig.


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Sean Connery - Yes
George Lazenby - Unfortunately, Yes
Roger Moore - Nah, should have stuck with the "Saint"
Timothy Dalton - Yes
Pierce Brosnan - No
Daniel Craig - Yes
 

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Here's my thing....Sean Connery was the best Bond. But of the "classic" Bond movies, Octopussy is my favorite (which is Roger Moore.) I grew up watching and loving Pierce Brosnan and loved his Bond as well (but not nearly as much as I loved his Thomas Crowne Affair.) I really liked the first Daniel Craig Bond movie....but nearly as much as I love his Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.)

I have *lots* of feelings about Bond, and Bond girls. One of my unwritten, unpublished PhD theses is on the evolution of the Bond girl. (I developed this topic waaaaay before Bond Girls Are Forever came out. *sigh* They--or maybe it was me--was 15 years too late, LOL!) But if you haven't seen that, you should see that, too. The best part is that the book was co-written by a Bond girl herself. *sigh*

Did I mention that I have lots of feelings about this topic? ;)
 

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That was more of a spoof than an actual Bond film
Yes, a comedy with a few twists on the perspective of who Bond is, but a Bond film still the same.

IMHO, Moore was the best portrayal of who Bond was when compared to Connery. Before seeing any Bond film, I had read all of Fleming’s works and had an image of who Bond was in my mind. I found that Moore portrayed the insecurities and failings of Bond much better than Connery.
 
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