007

James Bond, the ultimate spy. A massively successful franchise spanning over 50 years in film, 50 countries visited by Bond (and outer space, don’t forget), 390+ people killed on screen, 55 women who have slept with Bond, worked with six different M’s and five Q’s and six Moneypenny’s, played by seven actors and featuring a collective total of 26 films (although two aren’t considered canon to the Bond franchise).

Once a week I’m going to be reviewing all the Bond films in chronological order, starting with Dr. No and ending with the most recent Spectre.

  • Dr No, 1962
  • From Russia with Love, 1963
  • Goldfinger, 1964
  • Thunderball, 1965
  • You Only Live Twice, 1967
  • On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1969
  • Diamonds are Forever, 1971
  • Live and Let Die, 1973
  • The Man with the Golden Gun, 1974
  • The Spy who Loved Me, 1977
  • Moonraker, 1979
  • For Your Eyes Only, 1981
  • Octopussy, 1983
  • A View to a Kill, 1985
  • The Living Daylights, 1987
  • License to Kill, 1989
  • GoldenEye, 1995
  • Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997
  • The World is not Enough, 1999
  • Die Another Day, 2002
  • Casino Royale, 2006
  • Quantum of Solace, 2008
  • Skyfall, 2012
  • Spectre, 2015
  • Bond 25, 2019

Not canon to the James Bond franchise:

  • Casino Royale, 1967
  • Never Say Never Again, 1983