Best of Bond: Roger Moore (1973-1985)


Here we go with the second part of my James Bond movie countdown.  This time I will look at the Roger Moore films.  There is a great debate among James Bond fans, who is the best?  While a lot of newcomers can only say, Daniel Craig, I challenge you all to watch all of Roger Moore’s films.  Yes they are cheesy, but he was the Bond of the 70s and half of the 1980s, the more innocent part of the 1980s.

But he has registered some of the better films overall and there is something about his sauve Bond.  At first you can tell he tries to almost mimic Connery, until the Spy Who Loved Me, he really took Bond and made the character his own.  Roger Moore could be my favorite James Bond.

While the modern Bond films are so serious and action packed, it is always good to go back and watch the older films, they are so much fun, especially with Roger Moore in the lead as James Bond.  Here are Roger Moore’s worst to best James Bond films.

Moonraker (1979)


Octopussy (1983)


A View to a Kill (1985)


For Your Eyes Only (1981)


Live and Let Die (1973)


The Man With the Golden Gun (1974)


The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)



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