A quintessential Bond film, and my favorite with Sean Connery. The 60s aesthetic is impeccably excessive, and all of the tropes feel very self-aware. How can you top names like Odd Job and Pussy Galore?
Entertaining but still pretty overrated. Several classic moments: a superbly colorful villain in Gert Frobe, some solid action scenes, and of course the legendary score by John Barry. But it's somewhat slow and ultimately underwhelming. A lot of fun, but not the escapist masterpiece its been made out to be.
One of the most iconic and visually striking Bond films. Also one of the most fun, it's where all the gadgets really start to be more important and Q starts becoming more prominent as a character (and I love Q). Oh and Sean Connery, coming out of the water with a seagull headpiece was one of the most unintentionally funny moments in cinema as far as I'm concerned.
This is the film that set the standard for all James Bond films, it had it all, the badass car, cool gadgets, alluring women, a sinister villain, a great theme song, and lots of exhilarating action. Simply one of the best in this franchise.
For it being the Bond film that consistently nabs the #1 spot on most lists ranking the franchise, I found it somewhat uneventful and lackluster. It was the first to really set the template for the rest of the films but I thought others used that template to much greater affect. Still fun though.