The name’s Bond, James Bond. One of the most classic lines ever delivered, instantly recognisable and suave. Never has there been such an iconic character as James Bond, he’s the man that oozes sophistication and kicks ass at the same time.
Aside from being a good agent with a lot of skills, one of his best characteristics is his gambling skills. All James Bond movies feature him playing in the casino and that would probably remind viewers of their personal casino experience or even online at RoyalVegas casino.
There have been many James Bond movies spanning decades with different actors, different settings and different plots and if you are new to the franchise can be tricky to decide on where to start with watching the movies.
Well we are here to help, and to do we are going to highlight what we feel are the 5 best James Bond Movies. In no particular order, let’s jump right into it.
Golden Eye (1995)
This movie is an absolute classic of the 90s and was made even more popular thanks to the amazing Nintendo 64 game by the same name.
Starring Pierce Brosnan, the movie is an absolute blast. A fellow MI6 is murdered however things start to become unclear following an attack on a bunker in Siberia.
Casino Royale (2006)
Casino Royale starts Daniel Craig and sees Bond trying to stop terrorist activity.
The movie has Bond playing the collectively cool guy in some lavish casino while trying to dismantle the terrorist threat while trying not to blow his cover.
Things do go according to plan however as he ends up having to fight to survive instead. Perhaps he should have just stuck to playing at the casino instead.
Starring Sean Connery, this is another classic movie that saw the introduction of the Aston Martin DB5 as being James Bond’s go-to car.
This movie basically invented the whole cat and mouse theme in the action and spy genre thanks to some very sophisticated traps and the whole “I’m sure this will kill him, I’m just going to turn away and everything will go according to plan”.
Bond is out to stop a villain from stealing all the gold from Fort Knox, should be an easy day right?
Die Another Day (2002)
Here is another Pierce Brosnan outing for you. A North Korean general is up to no good and is trading in blood diamonds.
Bond is captured for a number of months before being released and as a thank you for his hard work he is suspended from duty.
This doesn’t matter though as Bond is determined to get to the bottom of things and deal out some revenge.
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Roger Moore takes up the lead role as Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me. This one involves British and Soviet submarines being captures and Bond being sent to sort the whole darn mess out.
That should be a straight forward task for Bond if it wasn’t for Karl Stromberg who is trying to start a nuclear war so that he can rebuild the world himself.