Countdown to SPECTRE: Ranking All the Bond Films

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I never wanted to do this. The whole reason I posted these articles chronologically in the first place was to avoid this Sophie’s Choice situation. But, at the end of the day, much like Bond himself, I don’t like to back down from a challenge. Most of the work I did for these involved rereading Ian Fleming’s novels, watching (sometimes for the first time) the movies, sitting through endless hours of special features, attending a college course on Bond and reading James Chapman’s Licence to Thrill. So, here’s my ranking of the Eon Bond movies from best to worst. This list is purely my opinion and you are entitled to disagree even though you’re wrong.

Ranking All The Bond Films

1. Casino Royale
2. Goldfinger
3. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
4. The Spy Who Loved Me
5. Skyfall
6. From Russia with Love
7. Tomorrow Never Dies
8. Moonraker
9. Dr. No
10. Thunderball
11. The Living Daylights
12. The World is Not Enough
13. A View to a Kill
14. Licence to Kill
15. Live and Let Die
16. Quantum of Solace
17. Octopussy
18. For Your Eyes Only
19. You Only Live Twice
20. GoldenEye
21. Die Another Day
22. Diamonds are Forever
23. The Man with the Golden Gun
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By day, Marisa Carpico stresses over every detail of America’s election system. By night, she becomes a pop culture and celebrity obsessive. Whether it’s movies, TV or music, she watches and listens to it all so you don’t have to. You can find her risking her life by reading comic books while walking down the crowded streets of New York City, having inappropriate emotional reactions at her iPad screen while riding the subway or occasionally letting her love of a band convince her to stand for hours on end in one of the city’s many purgatorial concert spaces. You can follow her on Twitter to read her insightful social commentary or more likely complain about how cold it is at @MarisaCarpico.
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By day, Marisa Carpico stresses over America’s election system. By night, she becomes a pop culture obsessive. Whether it’s movies, TV or music, she watches and listens to it all so you don’t have to.