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James Bond Movies Online Streaming Guide

The James Bond film series is a British series of spy films based on the fictional character of MI6 agent James Bond, codename “007”. With all of the action, adventure, gadgetry & film scores that Bond is famous for.

  • Dr. No

    October 7, 1962

    In the film that launched the James Bond saga, Agent 007 (Sean Connery) battles mysterious Dr. No, a scientific genius bent on destroying the U.S. space program. As the countdown to disaster begins, Bond must go to Jamaica, where he encounters beautiful Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress), to confront a megalomaniacal villain in his massive island headquarters.

    • Director: Terence Young
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain: Dr. Julius No (Joseph Wiseman)
    • Bond Girl(s): Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson)
      Miss Taro (Zena Marshall)
      Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress)
    • Theme Song: “James Bond Theme”
    • Soundtrack Composer: Monty Norman
  • From Russia with Love

    October 10, 1963

    Sean Connery is back as Agent 007 in the second installment of the James Bond series, this time battling a secret crime organization known as SPECTRE. Russians Rosa Klebb (Lotte Lenya) and Kronsteen (Vladek Sheybal)are out to snatch a decoding device known as the Lektor, using the ravishing Tatiana (Daniela Bianchi) to lure Bond into helping them. Bond willingly travels to meet Tatiana in Istanbul, where he must rely on his wits to escape with his life in a series of deadly encounters with the enemy.

    This film is notable as the first appearance of Desmond Llewelyn as Q. He would portray the role through many Bonds over the next 36 years.

    • Director: Terence Young
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Colonel Rosa Klebb (Lotte Lenya)
      Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Anthony Dawson)
      Red Grant (Robert Shaw)
    • Bond Girl(s): Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson)
      Vida (Aliza Gur)
      Zora (Martine Beswick)
      Tatiana Romanova (Daniela Bianchi)
    • Theme Song: “Opening Titles: James Bond Is Back/From Russia with Love/James Bond Theme”
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Goldfinger

    September 20, 1964

    Special agent 007 comes face to face with one of the most notorious villains of all time, and now he must outwit and outgun him. The powerful tycoon seeks to cash in on a devious scheme to raid Fort Knox and obliterate the world’s economy.

    This might be Sean Connery’s best Bond movie. He’s backed by Gert Fröbe as Goldfinger, Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore, and Harold Sakata as the immortal hat-throwing Oddjob. With classic quips, a gold-painted girl, and killer gadgets, it’s the blueprint for the perfect Bond film. Shirley Bassey also belts one of the best Bond songs ever.

    • Director: Guy Hamilton
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe)
    • Bond Girl(s): Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton)
      Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman)
    • Theme Song: “Goldfinger” by Shirley Bassey
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Thunderball

    December 11, 1965

    A criminal organization has obtained two nuclear bombs and are asking for a 100 million pound ransom in the form of diamonds. If they do not receive the diamonds in seven days they will use the weapons. The secret service sends James Bond to the Bahamas to once again save the world.

    • Director: Terence Young
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Emilio Largo (Adolfo Celi)
      Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Anthony Dawson)
    • Bond Girl(s): Patricia “Pat” Fearing (Molly Peters)
      Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi)
      Domino Derval (Claudine Auger)
    • Theme Song: “Thunderball” by Tom Jones
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • You Only Live Twice

    June 13, 1967

    A mysterious spacecraft captures Russian and American space capsules and brings the two superpowers to the brink of war. James Bond (Sean Connery) investigates the case in Japan and comes face to face with his archenemy Blofeld (Donald Pleasence).

    You Only Live Twice is not the most culturally sensitive film, but it does introduce the hollowed-out volcano lair to movie history, so that’s a plus. It was a huge hit when it was released, ranking second in the box office race of 1967.

    After this movie, Connery took a brief break from the Bond role.

    • Director: Lewis Gilbert
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Donald Pleasence)
    • Bond Girl(s): Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi)
      Helga Brandt (Karin Dor)
      Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama)
    • Theme Song: “You Only Live Twice” by Nancy Sinatra
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service

    December 18, 1969

    James Bond (George Lazenby) tracks his archnemesis, Ernst Blofeld, to a mountaintop retreat where he is training an army of beautiful, lethal women. Along the way, Bond falls for Italian contessa Tracy Draco (Diana Rigg), and marries her in order to get closer to Blofeld.

    This is Lazenby’s only film as 007.

    • Director: Peter R. Hunt
    • James Bond: George Lazenby
    • Villain(s): Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas)
    • Bond Girl(s): Teresa di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg)
      Ruby Bartlett (Angela Scoular)
      Nancy (Catherine Schell)
    • Theme Song: “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” by the John Barry Orchestra
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Diamonds Are Forever

    December 14, 1971

    Diamonds are stolen only to be sold again in the international market. James Bond infiltrates a smuggling mission to find out who’s guilty. The mission takes him to Las Vegas where Bond meets his archenemy Blofeld (Charles Gray).

    Sean Connery returns for his final official James Bond adventure. Although Connery would play Bond in 1983’s Never Say Never Again, that film was created with another ownership group, so it’s generally considered outside the standard Bond canon.

    • Director: Guy Hamilton
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Charles Gray)
    • Bond Girl(s): Tiffany Case (Jill St. John)
    • Theme Song: “Diamonds Are Forever” by Shirley Bassey
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Live and Let Die

    July 5, 1973

    Roger Moore begins his run as 007 in this very weird movie. James Bond must investigate a mysterious murder case of a British agent in New Orleans. Soon he finds himself up against a gangster boss named Mr. Big.

    This film does feature one of the more memorable henchmen with the metal-claw-handed Tee-Hee (Julius Harris).

    • Director: Guy Hamilton
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Dr. Kananga / Mr. Big (Yaphet Kotto)
    • Bond Girl(s): Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith)
      Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry)
      Solitaire (Jane Seymour)
    • Theme Song: “Live and Let Die” by Paul McCartney & Wings
    • Soundtrack Composer: George Martin
  • The Man with the Golden Gun

    December 1, 1974

    James Bond searches for a stolen invention that can turn the sun’s heat into a destructive weapon. He soon crosses paths with the menacing Francisco Scaramanga (Chistopher Lee), a hit man so skilled he has a seven-figure working fee. Bond joins forces with the swimsuit-clad Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland), and together they track Scaramanga to a tropical island hideout.

    This film is also memorable because of Scaramanga’s short henchman, Nick Nack (Hervé Villechaize).

    • Director: Guy Hamilton
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee)
    • Bond Girl(s): Andrea Anders (Maud Adams)
      Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland)
    • Theme Song: “The Man with the Golden Gun” by Lulu
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • The Spy Who Loved Me

    July 7, 1977

    Russian and British submarines with nuclear missiles on board both vanish from sight without a trace. England and Russia both blame each other as James Bond tries to solve the riddle of the disappearing ships. But the KGB also has an agent on the case.

    This film is notable as the first appearance of the metal-toothed henchman, Jaws (Richard Kiel).

    • Director: Lewis Gilbert
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Karl Stromberg (Curd Jürgens)
    • Bond Girl(s): Log Cabin Girl (Sue Vanner)
      Harem Tent Girl (Dawn Rodrigues)
      Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach)
    • Theme Song: “Nobody Does It Better” by Carly Simon
    • Soundtrack Composer: Marvin Hamlisch
  • Moonraker

    June 26, 1979

    A totally bizarre, corny adventure, and generally considered the worst Bond movie by a mile. After Drax Industries’ Moonraker space shuttle is hijacked, secret agent James Bond is assigned to investigate, traveling to California to meet the company’s owner, the mysterious Hugo Drax. With the help of scientist Dr. Holly Goodhead, Bond soon uncovers Drax’s nefarious plans for humanity, all the while fending off an old nemesis, Jaws, and venturing to Venice, Rio, the Amazon…and outer space.

    • Director: Lewis Gilbert
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Hugo Drax (Michael Lonsdale)
    • Bond Girl(s): Corinne Dufour (Corinne Cléry)
      Manuela (Emily Bolton)
      Holly Goodhead (Lois Chiles)
    • Theme Song: “Moonraker” by Shirley Bassey
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • For Your Eyes Only

    June 24, 1981

    A British spy ship has sunk and on board was a high-tech encryption device. James Bond is sent to find the device that holds British launching instructions before the enemy Soviets get to it first.

    • Director: John Glen
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover)
    • Bond Girl(s): Countess Lisl von Schlaf (Cassandra Harris)
      Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet)
    • Theme Song: “For Your Eyes Only” by Sheena Easton
    • Soundtrack Composer: Bill Conti
  • Octopussy

    June 5, 1983

    James Bond is sent to investigate after a fellow “00” agent is found dead with a priceless Fabergé egg. Bond follows the mystery and uncovers a smuggling scandal and a Russian General who wants to provoke a new World War.

    • Director: John Glen
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Prince Kamal Khan (Louis Jourdan)
      General Orlov (Steven Berkoff)
    • Bond Girl(s): Magda (Kristina Wayborn)
      Octopussy (Maud Adams)
    • Theme Song: “All Time High” by Rita Coolidge
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Never Say Never Again

    October 7, 1983

    James Bond returns to battle the evil organization SPECTRE. Bond must defeat Largo, who has stolen two atomic warheads for nuclear blackmail. But 007 has an ally in Largo’s girlfriend, the willowy Domino, who falls for Bond and seeks revenge.

    This is the last time for Sean Connery as 007. This film was made outside of the traditional Broccoli production environment due to separate rights having been obtained for this specific Ian Fleming story. As such, it’s often left out of the official Bond continuity.

    • Director: Irvin Kershner
    • James Bond: Sean Connery
    • Villain(s): Maximillian Largo (Klaus Maria Brandauer)
      Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Max von Sydow)
    • Bond Girl(s): Fatima Blush (Barbara Carrera)
      Domino Petachi (Kim Basinger)
    • Theme Song: “Never Say Never Again” by Lani Hall
    • Soundtrack Composer: Michel Legrand
  • A View to a Kill

    May 24, 1985

    It’s Roger Moore’s final Bond film. A newly-developed microchip designed by Zorin Industries for the British Government that can survive the electromagnetic radiation caused by a nuclear explosion has landed in the hands of the KGB. James Bond must find out how and why. His suspicions soon lead him to big industry leader Max Zorin.

    • Director: John Glen
    • James Bond: Roger Moore
    • Villain(s): Max Zorin (Christopher Walken)
    • Bond Girl(s): Kimberley Jones (Mary Stävin)
      May Day (Grace Jones)
      Pola Ivanova (Fiona Fullerton)
      Stacey Sutton (Tanya Roberts)
    • Theme Song: “A View to a Kill” by Duran Duran
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • The Living Daylights

    June 29, 1987

    Timothy Dalton takes over as 007 in this adventure. James Bond helps a Russian General escape into the west. He soon finds out that the KGB wants to kill him for helping the General.

    • Director: John Glen
    • James Bond: Timothy Dalton
    • Villain(s): General Georgi Koskov (Jeroen Krabbé)
      Brad Whitaker (Joe Don Baker)
    • Bond Girl(s): Linda (Kell Tyler)
      Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
    • Theme Song: “The Living Daylights” by A-ha
    • Soundtrack Composer: John Barry
  • Licence to Kill

    June 13, 1989

    Timothy Dalton ends his short run as Bond in this film. After capturing the notorious drug lord Franz Sanchez, Bond’s close friend and former CIA agent Felix Leiter is left for dead and his wife is murdered. Bond goes rogue and seeks vengeance on those responsible, as he infiltrates Sanchez’s organization from the inside.

    Keep your eyes peeled for a very young Benicio del Toro as the henchman Dario.

    • Director: John Glen
    • James Bond: Timothy Dalton
    • Villain(s): Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi)
    • Bond Girl(s): Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell)
      Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto)
    • Theme Song: “License to Kill” by Gladys Knight
    • Soundtrack Composer: Michael Kamen
  • GoldenEye

    November 16, 1995

    When a powerful satellite system falls into the hands of Alec Trevelyan, AKA Agent 006, a former ally-turned-enemy, only James Bond can save the world from an awesome space weapon that — in one short pulse — could destroy the earth! As Bond squares off against his former compatriot, he also battles Trevelyan’s stunning ally, Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), an assassin who uses pleasure as her ultimate weapon.

    Pierce Brosnan begins his run as Bond in this film. It’s also Judi Dench’s first appearance as M. GoldenEye is also notable as the inspiration for one of the greatest Nintendo 64 games ever.

    • Director: Martin Campbell
    • James Bond: Pierce Brosnan
    • Villain(s): Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean)
      Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen)
      Boris Grishenko (Alan Cummings)
    • Bond Girl(s): Caroline (Serena Gordon)
      Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco)
    • Theme Song: “GoldenEye” by Tina Turner
    • Soundtrack Composer: Éric Serra
  • Tomorrow Never Dies

    December 11, 1997

    A deranged media mogul is staging international incidents to pit the world’s superpowers against each other. Now James Bond must take on this evil mastermind in an adrenaline-charged battle to end his reign of terror and prevent global pandemonium.

    • Director: Roger Spottiswoode
    • James Bond: Pierce Brosnan
    • Villain(s): Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce)
    • Bond Girl(s): Prof. Inga Bergstrøm (Cecilie Thomsen)
      Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher)
      Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh)
    • Theme Song: “Tomorrow Never Dies” by Sheryl Crow
    • Soundtrack Composer: David Arnold
  • The World Is Not Enough

    November 17, 1999

    Greed, revenge, world dominance and high-tech terrorism – it’s all in a day’s work for Bond, who’s on a mission to protect a beautiful oil heiress from a notorious terrorist. In a race against time that culminates in a dramatic submarine showdown, Bond works to defuse the international power struggle that has the world’s oil supply hanging in the balance.

    • Director: Michael Apted
    • James Bond: Pierce Brosnan
    • Villain(s): Elektra King (Sophie Marceau)
      Victor ‘Renard’ Zokas (Robert Carlyle)
    • Bond Girl(s): Dr. Molly Warmflash (Serena Scott Thomas)
      Elektra King (Sophie Marceau)
      Dr. Christmas Jones (Denise Richards)
    • Theme Song: “The World Is Not Enough” by Garbage
    • Soundtrack Composer: David Arnold
  • Die Another Day

    November 17, 2002

    Bond takes on a North Korean leader who undergoes DNA replacement procedures that allow him to assume different identities. American agent, Jinx Johnson assists Bond in his attempt to thwart the villain’s plans to exploit a satellite that is powered by solar energy.

    This would be Bronsan’s final film as 007.

    • Director: Lee Tamahori
    • James Bond: Pierce Brosnan
    • Villain(s): Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens)
      Colonel Moon (Will Yun Lee)
    • Bond Girl(s): Giacinta “Jinx” Johnson (Halle Berry)
      Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike)
    • Theme Song: “Die Another Day” by Madonna
    • Soundtrack Composer: David Arnold
  • Casino Royale

    November 14, 2006

    Le Chiffre, a banker to the world’s terrorists, is scheduled to participate in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro, where he intends to use his winnings to establish his financial grip on the terrorist market. M sends Bond—on his maiden mission as a 00 Agent—to attend this game and prevent Le Chiffre from winning. With the help of Vesper Lynd and Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), Bond enters the most important poker game in his already dangerous career.

    Daniel Craig jumps into the role of James Bond and gives the franchise a much-needed revamp. This Bond is more grounded, and clearly influenced by the Jason Bourne movies.

    • Director: Martin Campbell
    • James Bond: Daniel Craig
    • Villain(s): Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen)
      Mr. White (Jesper Christensen)
      Adolph Gettler (Richard Sammel)
    • Bond Girl(s): Vesper Lynd (Eva Green)
    • Theme Song: “You Know My Name” by Chris Cornell
    • Soundtrack Composer: David Arnold
  • Quantum of Solace

    October 29, 2008

    Betrayed by Vesper, the woman he loved, 007 fights the urge to make his latest mission personal. Pursuing his determination to uncover the truth, Bond and M interrogate Mr. White, who reveals that the organization that blackmailed Vesper is far more complex and dangerous than anyone had imagined.

    • Director: Marc Forster
    • James Bond: Daniel Craig
    • Villain(s): Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric)
      Mr. White (Jesper Christensen)
    • Bond Girl(s): Strawberry Fields (Gemma Arterton)
    • Theme Song: “Another Way to Die” by Jack White and Alicia Keys
    • Soundtrack Composer: David Arnold
  • Skyfall

    October 24, 2012

    When Bond’s latest assignment goes gravely wrong and agents around the world are exposed, MI6 is attacked forcing M to relocate the agency. These events cause her authority and position to be challenged by Gareth Mallory, the new Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. With MI6 now compromised from both inside and out, M is left with one ally she can trust: Bond. 007 takes to the shadows - aided only by field agent, Eve - following a trail to the mysterious Silva, whose lethal and hidden motives have yet to reveal themselves.

    Ralph Fiennes begins his run as M in this film.

    This movie features the first Bond theme song to win the Academy Award for Best Original Song. It also features cinematography from the legendary Roger Deakins.

    • Director: Sam Mendes
    • James Bond: Daniel Craig
    • Villain(s): Tiago “Raoul Silva” Rodriguez (Javier Bardem)
    • Bond Girl(s): Bond’s Lover (Tonia Sotiropoulou)
      Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe)
    • Theme Song: “Skyfall” by Adele
    • Soundtrack Composer: Thomas Newman
  • Spectre

    October 26, 2015

    A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind SPECTRE.

    • Director: Sam Mendes
    • James Bond: Daniel Craig
    • Villain(s): Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz)
      C / Max Denbigh (Andrew Scott)
    • Bond Girl(s): Lucia Sciarra (Monica Bellucci)
      Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux)
    • Theme Song: “Writing’s on the Wall” by Sam Smith
    • Soundtrack Composer: Thomas Newman
  • No Time to Die

    September 29, 2021

    James Bond has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is short-lived when his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

    Billie Eilish and Finneas won a Best Original Song Academy Award for the title track.

    • Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
    • James Bond: Daniel Craig
    • Villain(s): Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek)
      Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz)
    • Bond Girl(s): Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux)
    • Theme Song: “No Time to Die” by Billie Eilish
    • Soundtrack Composer: Hans Zimmer

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