Best of Bond: Sean Connery (1962-1971)


When the news of the next Bond film was to be called Spectre, I got excited.  I did something, to me that was unprecedented.  I sat and watched all 24 James Bond films, from Dr. No to Spectre, one a night for 20 nights.  Well, I watched all the Brosnan films in one day for some reason.

After Skyfall came out, I did a big post about the Bond films and the best Bond, Best and Worst, check it out here.  This time after watching every film, I ranked them to find out which is truly the best Bond film, so this will be a big post, possibly 5 separate parts, with this being part one and it will follow the Sean Connery films.  Roger Moore, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig will all get their own post, while Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby That means we will also rank the Sean Connery films and only the Eon films, not Never Say Never Again from 1983.

We know Connery as the first Bond and he did not get treated the best and left the role with a bad taste.  He did come back for one more film and then of course he did the non Eon remake of the Thunderball, Never Say Never Again.  I will count down Connery’s worst to best film as James Bond.

These films were ranked like all of our other films that have been ranked, there is a system, believe me!  We broke the films down into six different categories and ranked each category on things like the story, the villain and even Bond girls and many more.  On with the list, they worst to first, by movie poster, enjoy!  Also stay tuned for Roger Moore next.

Thunderball (1965)


Dr. No (1962)


From Russia With Love (1963)


You Only Live Twice (1967)


Diamonds are Forever (1971)


GoldFinger (1964)



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