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 The Spy Who Loved Me  (1977)

Written by Maibaum with Christopher Wood and directed by "Twice"'s Lewis Gilbert-put Bond back in form. Essentially, this is a very polished formula picture-replete with recycled material-that secured itself a strong, new following for the Moore films. While the Bond Pre-title sequences had always been designed as clever attention grabbers, the audience-pleasing ski-jump stunt that opens this movie set a new standard that each subsequent film would struggle to measure up to. The action sequences in "Spy" are slicker than those in the previous two such as the big chase involving a sleek Lotus Esprit, which ditches an enemy helicopter by plunging into the sea, where it converts into an armed sub.

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Dr No - From Russia With Love - Goldfinger - Thunderball - You Only Live Twice - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Diamonds Are Forever - Live and Let Die - The Man With The Golden Gun - The Spy Who Loved Me - Moonraker - For Your Eyes Only - Never Say Never Again - Octopussy - A View To A Kill - The Living Daylights - Licence To Kill - Goldeneye - Tomorrow Never Dies - The World Is Not Enough - Die Another Day - Casino Royale - Quantum Of Solace