Die Another Day (favorite Bond movie, admittedly I need to watch more Bond films since I've only seen about 3!)
I've seen them all!
It's interesting how Bond had morph. In the earlier films, Bond is only a hero by extricating himself from dangerous situations. But he's rarely active. In "From Russia with Love", he lets the Istanbul bureau chief do the dirty work. In "Goldfinger", it's massive help by disloyal women. And it's also cringeworthy how many Bond movies are a remake of each other (Goldfinger and A View to a Kill feature cornering the market on a precious resource by a destructive action). In "The Spy who loved me", the villain attempts to pit the US and the USSR against each other by stealing high-tech vehicles - like in "You only live twice". Both "Goldeneye" and "Diamonds are Forever" feature a satellite with which to attack entire countries.
- For Your Eyes Only (mainly stunt scenes)
- Never Say Never Again (It's clearly a remake, but overall it's a solid Bond movie)
- License to Kill (a cynical Bond, like the later Daniel Craig)
- Casino Royale
James Bond is the most important film franchise. It mirrors our society really well, through all the ages.