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Bond…James Bond. Have you seen all the 007 movies? Maybe some? Perhaps you want to see them all, but are looking for the right strategy.

There are few story connections between previous films like Dr. No When Die Another DayHowever, that all changed when the franchise was rebooted in 2006 Daniel Craigof Casino Royale.

Scroll down for a guide on how to watch. james bond Movies in chronological order:

Ian Fleming; Sean Connery Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

Dr. No (1962)

The secret agent character played by Ian Fleming is ready for action in this first film in the Bond franchise. James (played by Sean Connery in Bulletproof Arrogance) goes to Jamaica to investigate why his fellow British agent has disappeared, leading him to the evil Doctor his no.

With love from Russia (1963)

This is one of the most beloved Bond movies of all time. 007 becomes embroiled in a plot to assassinate a beautiful Russian woman. It all has to do with a terrorist plot using Soviet encryption equipment. The villainous organization is known as SPECTRE and has appeared in multiple Bond films.

gold finger (1964)

Audiences may recognize gold finger — this is the movie for the famous scene where a woman is painted from head to toe in gold paint. gold finger Follow Bond as he hunts down a money-obsessed villain targeting Fort Knox.

thunderball (1965)

The film contained the hijacking of two nuclear bombs by a terrorist organization. It was later remade into another James Bond movie starring Connery.

you live twice (1967)

007 heads to Japan to investigate the missing Soviet and American manned spacecraft. Two Cold War adversaries are blaming each other and tensions are running high. Now the famous super spy must prevent war from breaking out.

About Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

George Lazenby Stepping into 007’s shoes for this project — and in the opening scene, he breaks the fourth wall by joking about the recast.

diamonds forever (1971)

Connery returns to reprise his role as 007. About Her Majesty’s Secret Service Starr was given bad advice by his manager: Don’t sign multiple photo deals to get back as Bond.

Lazenby is out and Connery is back with a nice payday. In the film, 007 pretends to be a diamond smuggler and learns of a nefarious plan to use the diamonds to create a deadly laser weapon in space.

How to watch all the 'James Bond' movies in order

Jane Seymour; Roger Moore Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

live and die (1973)

rear diamonds forever Producers were unable to entice Connery to keep the role. And with Lazenby coming and going, they needed a third actor to take over the mantle. His era was known as a slightly goofy era with an emphasis on gadgets and humor.

man with golden gun (1974)

This adventure includes Moore and a solar energy device. Along with Christopher Lee giving a memorable performance as villainous Scaramanga, there’s a very unique (and deadly) funhouse involved.

the spy who loved me (1977)

Moore returns as Bond to confront the megalomaniacs who seek to erase everything and replace it with a new undersea civilization. The film also features Jaws, another of Bond’s more famous enemies.

moonraker (1979)

The story revolves around the hijacking of a space shuttle called the Moonraker on its way to England. The crew are all dead and he is called to 007 to investigate.

only in your eyes (1981)

A super spy works to find the missing British ship. It’s not just any ship. The ship is equipped with a weapon encryption device that could fall into the wrong hands and be used for deadly purposes.

Earlier in the film, played by Moore, there is a scene in which Bond visits the grave of his late wife, Tracy. It will be one of the few direct callbacks to previous 007 movies until the 2006 reboot.

octopus (1983)

After a fellow agent is found dead in a counterfeit Fabergé egg, Bond files a lawsuit. The egg turns out to be related to a plan to blow up a US Air Force base with a nuclear bomb. maude adamsappeared in man with golden guncame back playing a completely different character.

never say never again (1983)

Remember how Connery played Bond in essentially the same story. Thunderball? Rights issues with the original novel allowed the writers to make this film separate from the “official” Bond series. Released in 1983, the same year. octopus.

Connery finally returns as his most iconic character, with essentially the same story as the aging 007 thunderballNot produced by EON Productions and therefore not included in any box set.

view to kill (1985)

This is Moore’s last movie as 007. In the movie, the famous spy fights Max Zorrin (Christopher Walken) and Mayday (Grace Jones) Like a villain working to wipe out California’s Silicon Valley.

living daylights (1987)

Timothy Dalton Wearing a darker, more intense version of 007’s tuxedo. Bond investigates a KGB conspiracy to assassinate all enemy spies linked to a shocking arms deal.

license to kill (1989)

After debuting at Living Daylights, Dalton’s last appearance comes after just one movie. This is a more personal story of 007, who finds himself suspended from his duties as an agent.

Not on the sidelines, he viciously hunts down the drug lord who ordered the murder of his friend’s wife. That friend, his CIA agent Felix Leiter, survives after the attack.

How to watch all the 'James Bond' movies in order

Isabella Scorpco; Pierce Brosnan Keith Hamshere/Danjaq/Eon/Ua/Kobal/Shutterstock

golden eye (1995)

Bond disappeared from the big screen for the next six years license to kill. He came back in the form of: Pierce Brosnan Who gave the character a more classy and charming demeanor.

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Brosnan returns as 007, this time to take on the media mogul who is trying to ignite World War III. Appeared as one of the “Bond girls” Teri Hatcherat the time, was best known for her role on ABC Lois & Clark: New Adventures of Superman.

this world is not enough (1999)

Brosnan’s third outing when he sees Bond trying to protect the oil heir (Sophie Marceau) from the man who kidnapped her (Robert Carlyle), a terrorist who cannot feel pain.

Die Another Day (2002)

With Brosnan finally taking the lead role, Bond is captured in the film’s North Korean opening scene, and the audience sees him tortured for quite some time before being released.

Back in America, he uncovers the shocking truth about British billionaire Gustav Graves. Halle Berry Star as Jinx.

Casino Royale (2006)

This serves as a small origin story. Why did Bond become the elusive womanizing spy?It revolves around her fateful match of poker, where the British government literally gambles its chances of stopping a terrorist cell.

Quantum of Comfort (2008)

With Craig returning as Bond, the film is a direct sequel to its predecessor. Vesper’s (Eva Green) after his death, Bond tracks down an organization known as Quantum that is bent on destroying the country’s most precious natural resources.

How to watch all the 'James Bond' movies in order

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sky fall (2012)

Craig’s third outing as Bond was hugely popular and broke box office records. In this story, 007 faces off against a former spy named Raul Silva (Javier Bardem), M (Judi Dench).

specter (2015)

Bond hears a posthumous message from M sending him after the assassin, but is eventually led to a larger organization known as SPECTRE. Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz). The villains and the organization have appeared in previous movies, but the filmmakers here are giving them a shocking twist.

no time to die (2021)

This is Craig’s final outing as Bond, who retired at the beginning of the film. A tragic attack breaks his relationship with Madeline Swann (Lea Seydoux), who he met in the previous movie. He was pulled back into another adventure. This adventure involves chemical weapons and a mysterious terrorist (Rami Malek).

He now has to work with the spy who replaced him as 007 (Lashana Lynch). And Swann holds a secret that will forever change the agent’s fate.