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Daniel Craig as James Bond in No Time to Die
In No Time to Die, Daniel Craig takes one last shot at playing James Bond.

No Time to Die is the final movie to star Daniel Craig as secret agent James Bond, and it's been a huge box office hit. The movie is an "epic, explosive and emotional swan song," says Richard Trenholm in CNET's No Time to Die review, "that throws everything it has against the wall for a genuinely unique entry in the series." As we wait now to see what comes next for the franchise, let's see where this newest 007 adventure falls in the list of best and worst Bond movies of all time.

Across a total of 27 movies and six decades, the Bond franchise has provided us with countless thrills and more than a few groans. Your personal favorite may depend a lot on when you started watching, and who was starring -- the '90s with Pierce Brosnan? The '70s with Roger Moore? Not everyone's been watching since 1962 when the 007 series got going, but those Sean Connery outings have largely held strong in the court of public opinion. When you loved this article and you desire to obtain more details regarding เครดิตฟรี kindly pay a visit to our web site. Whatever: It's always fun to look back, seeing how Eon Productions made the superspy an emblem of the times, an avatar of style and a man of many gadgets

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If you don't know where to start with the Bond films, be sure to check out our recommendations and full rundown on big-screen Bond. Or you can check out these James Bond movie rankings below, from worst to best. It's based on an aggregate of movie reviews, specific to when the movies came out, as compiled by CNET sister site Metacritic. The list accounts for every theatrical 007 release, not just the 25 from Eon Productions but also two non-canonical entries: the 1967 version of Casino Royale, a trippy turn with multiple actors playing Bond (David Niven chief among them), and 1983's Never Say Never Again, featuring Connery in his second comeback.

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It doesn't, however, include the 1954 version of Casino Royale, a 50-minute TV playhouse production that introduced Ian Fleming's hero to the world as "Jimmy" Bond, an American secret agent. You can find that on YouTube, if you're curious. 

Otherwise, we've got the whole roster of actors who've played Bond in the official franchise -- besides Connery and Craig, that's Moore, Brosnan, Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby.

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James Bond movies ranked, from worst to best

27. A View to a Kill

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According to the critical consensus, Roger Moore isn't just the star of the worst James Bond movie -- this snowboarding 1985 entry -- he's the star of the worst James Bond movies, period. When combined and averaged, his 007 films produce a franchise-low Metascore of 53.7.

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