Tomorrow Never Dies Reaction

Introduction: Bond is given 48 hours after a British ship is seemingly bombed by Chinese planes to stop media baron Elliot Carver from starting World War III in order to gain exclusive broadcasting rights in China. Year: 1997 Bond, James Bond: Pierce Brosnan returns for his second of four films, and I still really like him…

GoldenEye Reaction

Introduction: Nine years after a mission saw the death of a fellow agent, James is called to investigate the use of a defunct Soviet satellite that sends out a strong electromagnetic pulse to destroy a Siberian research base. Year: 1995 Bond, James Bond: For the second straight introduction of a new Bond actor, I feel inclined…

License to Kill Reaction

. It's just James out to kill, and Dalton's imposing appearance and ability to quick jerk into a maniac who will do whatever it takes to complete his mission are perfect for that story of Bond. You believe that this guy, when pushed to the edge, would be willing to completely ignore his true mission…

The Living Daylights Reaction

Introduction: After assisting General Georgi Koskov, a Soviet general, in his defection, James is called on to investigate the claim that Soviet General Leonid Pushkin is planning to kill British spies in order to create unrest between the West and the USSR. Year: 1987 Bond, James Bond: Before I get into the story of how I…

A View To A Kill Reaction

Introuction: James is sent to investigate a psychopathic, French industrialist who is heavily invested in horses, oil, and microchips, and who plans to destroy Silicon Valley to monopolize microchips. Year: 1985 Bond, James Bond: This is Roger Moore's final film, and, I'd hate to say it, just because I have enjoyed him so much, but it…

Octopussy Reaction

Introduction: Bond is assigned to investigate the theft of Soviet jewelry, including a Faberge egg. His investigations lead him to an exiled Afghan prince, a crazed Soviet general, and a jewel smuggler named *beleaguered sigh* Octopussy. Year: 1983 Bond, James Bond: This is Roger Moore's penultimate performance as the famous British spy, and I have pretty…

For Your Eyes Only Reaction

Introduction: After a British submarine, armed with the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator (ATAC), which orders British submarines to fire their missiles, is bombed, James is ordered to retrieve the ATAC system before it is sold on the black market. Release Year: 1981 Bond, James Bond: This is Roger Moore's fifth of seven, and I really don't…

Moonraker Reaction

Introduction: In order to investigate the theft of a shuttle, James is sent to California, Italy, Brazil, the Amazon, and, finally, space to track the business operations of Hugo Drax. Year: 1979 Bond, James Bond: Roger Moore passes the halfway point of his tenure in the James Bond franchise with this, his fourth film. Considering that…

The Spy Who Loved Me Reaction

Introduction: After both of their countries lose track of nuclear submarines, the KGB and MI6 send their best spies, Anya Amasova (Agent Triple X) and James Bond, to retrieve microfilm that will point them in the direction of the villain who stole the submarines and the rockets that they hold. Year: 1977 Bond, James Bond: Roger…

The Man with the Golden Gun Reaction

Introduction: James is taken off of a case involving a solar energy researcher in order to track down a famed assassin who reportedly has Bond as his next bounty. Year: 1974 Bond, James Bond: Roger Moore returns for his second of seven appearances and he is still, generally, making a solid impression. The dialogue in this…