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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Roger Moore ne sera jamais Sean Connery et les premiers films de la série des "James Bond 007" ne seront à priori jamais dépassés voire égalés dans leur virtuosité et leur panache. Trop d'intérêt et de fric à défendre. Ici, à voir pour les seconds rôles. Restent tout de même pour notre admiration, l'immensité et la maîtrise des trucages dus au génie créateur de l'incontournable Kean Adam... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Sarah J.B.'s rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

  3. James Mackin's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    The only reason this isn't 3 stars is Jaws.

  4. Ethan's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    One of my absolute favorite Bond films. This one has everything, a badass car that doubles as a submarine, an extremely hot Bond girl in the form of Barbara Bach, who would later marry Ringo Starr, a crazy henchman, aptly named Jaws, the extravagant villain who really isn't that intimidating, and Roger Moore at his most badass as the gentleman secret agent.

  5. Louis Léonard's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    I honestly think they could actually make a good remake out of this majorly flawed Bond installment. (2.5 / 5)

  6. Steve G.'s rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Everything a James Bond film should be and more. The best Bond. The best Bond Girl. The best villain. The best henchman. The best car / boat. The best.

  7. Gustavo Razera's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    The first hour is an absolute knockout; however, after Bond bonds with the Russian spy, the narrative oomph deflates, for whatever reason. Still, it deserves accolades for having some of the most impressively designed and gigantic sets, perhaps ever.

  8. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    With the incidental killing of a rival during pre-credit action, film introduces a theme of morality that few other Bond movies engage. Bond must come to terms with the reality that he killed an opposing agent & as such created a rift in the life of his lover, a spy for the KGB. Beyond this, it's an old-fashioned romp, full of big action, bad puns & chicanery, but the rare gesture toward real emotion is appreciated.

  9. William's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    A personal Roger Moore-era ranking: 1. The Spy Who Loved Me 2. Octopussy 3. The Man with the Golden Gun 4. Live and Let Die 5. Moonraker 6. For Your Eyes Only (sorry Bresson!) 7. A View to a Kill. Best viewed in a delirious marathon session when either sick with the flu, depressed, or in need of comforting childhood memories.

  10. Jaspar Lamar Crabb's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

  11. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

  12. msmichel's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    After a dynamite second act to the franchise began in '73 followed by a pretty strong second entry this third Moore 'Bond flick' moved the franchise into a campier arena. Neither the villian or the bond girl this time around are especially memorable. Some excellent stunt work and memorable score and song by Hamlisch but otherwise very slight. Many Bond fans love the cartoonish 'Jaws" but alas i'm not one of them.

  13. Catarina C Gomes's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    I can't get over Alan Partridge's narration.

  14. Malcolm Tent's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    I love how Stromberg, the villain in The Spy Who Loved Me, has his secret underwater lair decked out with lavish ornamentation, rococo artwork, chandeliers, some grapes, some aged wine..........and a bottle of tabasco sauce.

  15. Omer Syed's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Aside from the iconic Lotus Esprit sequence, it's campy and highly overrated! By this entry, I had enough of Roger Moore's James Bond and got bored to death.

  16. Wipeoutt31's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Awesome Bond pre-credit sequence. One of the best Maurice Binder titles. Great theme song music by Hamlisch and Simon, who knock it out of the park. Beautiful exotic locations. Incredible sets designed by Ken Adam with no CGI help. Fun villain henchman, almost out of a comic book. Finally, Commander Bond in a Naval uniform! Probably Moore's best Bond film.

  17. Adam Slusar's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    The Spy Who Loved Me is everything a Bond film should be: charming, exciting, and massive-scale. Roger Moore gives his best performance as 007, paired with Russian agent Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) as they attempt to foil the plot of villain Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens). Spy also features the memorable Lotus Esprit submarine and steel-toothed Jaws (Richard Kiel) in a tour de force of epic proportions.

  18. Kronsteen's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Heavily flawed, but 100% fun.

  19. gloryofistanbul's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    The best Bond movie bar none, the days when they had proper villians in the franchise

  20. superbad71's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Classic Bond! One of my favourites of the series.

  21. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    Greatest pre title sequence ever, the ski jump off the cliff and 007 wearing the union jack ranks among the most enduring moments in the series. moore's best.

  22. Eric Sandefur's rating of the film The Spy Who Loved Me

    And it's about time. I love this movie. Best Bond film ever.