Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #17 – License to Kill

License to Kill (1989) Directed by: John Glen Written by: Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson   The last Bond film of the 80’s was also the last of John Glen’s five, Timothy Dalton’s two, Richard Maibaum’s thirteenth and Maurice Binder’s sixteenth for the franchise. It was also the last entry in the series for… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #17 – License to Kill

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #20 – Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode Written by: Bruce Feirstein Tomorrow Never Dies was the first Bond film I saw in the theater. A friend got a copy of Goldeneye for the N64 and we were dumping hours into it when this movie opened, so a bunch of juveniles geeked out on Mountain… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #20 – Tomorrow Never Dies

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #22 – Octopussy

Octopussy (1983) Directed by: John Glen Written by: George MacDonald Fraser, Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson The 3 most significant events in the history of the James Bond franchise are: Sean Connery takes on the role of 007 in Dr. NO, George Lazenby abandons it after On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, which opened the… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #22 – Octopussy

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #24 – Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds are Forever (1971) Directed by: Guy Hamilton Written by Richard Maibaum and Tom Mankiewicz The heralded return of Sean Connery to the franchise, Diamonds are Forever finds Bond entering a new decade as he crosses the pond to tear up the Vegas strip in an effort to break-up a diamond smuggling ring and destroy… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #24 – Diamonds Are Forever

Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #25 – Die Another Day

Die Another Day (2002) Directed by: Lee Tamahori Written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade The 20th Bond film in EON Productions official franchise, intended to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the series, Die Another Day drew the short straw in earning the distinction of the worst one of the lot. As cringeworthy as some… Read More Ranking the Films of the James Bond Series: #25 – Die Another Day