Male Bonding

Ranking the James Bond Films (Part 3 of 3)

Episode #44

Part three of three Male Bonding episodes where we rank all the James Bond movies from all the official and unofficial films and television shows. We pick from 1954’s Casino Royale to 2015’s Spectre, and everything in between. What are your top James Bond films? Let us know in the comments below.

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2 Comments

  1. I’m pleasantly surprised you put OHMSS at #2, Chris, I recall you and the others not liking it at all in the original podcast. That was the first MHM podcast I listened to(discovered it on YouTube).
    I’m sad to seen the end of male bonding, but I’m sure I’ll revisit some of them when I rewatch some bond. I’ll never be able to watch Tomorrow Never Dies without thinking of the one handed typing or Spectre without hearing Matt mock the ‘I can’t hear you James’ line.

    1. I’d love to do some Bond spoofs from time to time until the next 007 arrives like 1965’s Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine. I don’t know if the others are up for it…we’ll see what 2018 brings.

      I liked OHMSS, and think it’s underrated, but the others, don’t care for it…well, Shane A does because he’s an Aussie.

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