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List of All James Bond Movies - Part 2

The complete list of official James Bond films, made by EON Productions. Beginning with Sean Connery, and going through George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. Have you ever wondered how many James Bond movies there are?

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#13 Octopussy, 1983

Octopussy Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Octopussy
Director:John Glen
Running Time:131 Minutes

Synopsis:

Agent 009 is stabbed and crashes through a window of the British Embassy in Berlin, holding a forged Fabergé egg. Bond is sent to investigate, and begins at the Southerby's auction for the real Fabergé counterpart. 007 is lead to India, finding corrupt Prince Kamal Khan and his beautiful associate Octopussy.

See also: List of Unofficial James Bond Movies

List of Unofficial James Bond Movies

The complete list of unofficial James Bond films, lesser known than the 23 official films made by EON Productions. Includes multiple adaptions of Casino Royale, and a remake of Thunderball titled Never Say Never Again.


#14 A View To A Kill, 1985

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James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Stacey Sutton
Director:John Glen
Running Time:131 Minutes

Synopsis:

Bond investigates a drugged horse racing scandal, and is led to Max Zorin, an eccentric industrialist who plans to destroy Silicon Valley, so that he can create a monopoly on microchip technologies. The chase leads Bond to the Eiffel Tower, and a Blimp ride that eclipses in a tense climax atop the Golden Gate Bridge.

#15 The Living Daylights, 1987

The Living Daylights Poster
James Bond:Timothy Dalton
Bond Girl:Kara Milovy
Director:John Glen
Running Time:130 Minutes

Synopsis:

Bond is assigned to protect Georgi Koskov, an ex-KGB officer who is defecting to the British. Koskov is to escape during the intermission at the Bratislava concert hall, and must be protected from a KGB sniper. Bond sets up across the street, but decides against assassinating the sniper, when he realizes she is an amateur women.

#16 Licence to Kill, 1989

License To Kill Poster
James Bond:Timothy Dalton
Bond Girl:Pam Bouvier
Director:John Glen
Running Time:133 Minutes

Synopsis:

Bond and Felix Leiter catch drug lord Franz Sanchez during a raid in Miami, but Sanchez escapes after bribing DEA agent Ed killifer. Sanchez kills and rapes Leiter's wife, and Leiter is fed to a shark, losing a leg. Bond must infiltrate and destroy Sanchez's operation, and avenge the death of Leiter's wife.

#17 Goldeneye, 1995

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James Bond:Pierce Brosnan
Bond Girl:Natalya Simonova
Director:Martin Campbell
Running Time:130 Minutes

Synopsis:

Xenia Onatopp and Colonel Ourumov hijack a special helicopter that is immune to electromagnetic pulse. The pair then go to a soviet bunker that is the control base for the Goldeneye satellite weapons. They kill the staff and destroy the base with an electromagnetic pulse from one of the satellites, themselves protected by the helicopter. Bond must investigate the attack.

#18 Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997

Tommorow Never Dies Poster
James Bond:Pierce Brosnan
Bond Girl:Paris Carver
Director:Roger Spottiswoode
Running Time:119 Minutes

Synopsis:

Media mogul Elliot Carver plans to use a stolen encoder to start a war between China and the United Kingdom, and boost ratings for his cable networks. Carver's wife Paris is an ex-girlfriend of Bond's, and her assistance costs her her life. Bond must fight Carver with the help of Chinese spy Wai Lin.

#19 The World is Not Enough, 1999

The World is Not Enough Poster
James Bond:Pierce Brosnan
Bond Girl:Christmas Jones
Director:Michael Apted
Running Time:128 Minutes

Synopsis:

Renard, a terrorist who feels no pain, and is slowly dieing due to a bullet lodged in his brain, assassinates billionaire Robert King. Bond is assigned to protect his daughter, Electra King, and must fight Renard with the help of Valentin Zukovsky and Christmas Jones.

#20 Die Another Day, 2002

Die Another Day Poster
James Bond:Pierce Brosnan
Bond Girl:Jinx
Director:Lee Tamahori
Running Time:133 Minutes

Synopsis:

Bond is betrayed during a mission in North Korea, and is captured and tortured for 14 months. After revealing nothing, Bond is released in a deal with MI6, who release a terrorist in return. Bond escapes from MI6 to find the traitor, and kill the terrorist he was traded for.

#21 Casino Royale, 2006

Casino Royale Poster
James Bond:Daniel Craig
Bond Girl:Vesper Lynd
Director:Martin Campbell
Running Time:144 Minutes

Synopsis:

In a reboot of the series, Casino Royale opens with Bond gaining his 00 status, by killing two enemy agents, and earning his license to kill. Bond must win a high stakes poker game against terrorist financer Le Chiffre, to bankrupt him so that he will be murdered by his bankers.

#22 Quantum of Solace, 2008

Quantum Of Solace Poster
James Bond:Daniel Craig
Bond Girl:Camille Montes
Director:Marc Forster
Running Time:106 Minutes

Synopsis:

In a continuation from Casino Royale, Bond is set to eliminate Dominic Green, a wealthy business man who is trying to control the water supply of Bolivia to extort its government. He also seeks to avenge the death of Vesper Lynd.

#23 Skyfall, 2012

Skyfall Poster
James Bond:Daniel Craig
Bond Girl:Sévérine
Director:Sam Mendes
Running Time:143 minutes

Synopsis:

Bond 23, Skyfall, was released on October 26th, 2012, with the London premiere on October 23rd. James Bond's loyalty to M is tested as her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 itself comes under attack, Bond must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

#24 Spectre, 2015

Spectre Poster
James Bond:Daniel Craig
Bond Girl:Madeleine Swann
Director:Sam Mendes
Running Time:148 minutes

Synopsis:

Spectre is the most recent film in the James Bond series. It reintroduced Ernst Stavro Blofeld and his sinister organisation SPECTRE, after more than a 40 year absense. The world premiere of Spectre was held in London on October 26th, 2015, with a worldwide general release on November 6th, 2015.


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