Sorry to be late to the party. If I can just go back to Dr No. With today's audiences being used to frenetic superhero movies, this one must seem very slow. But it is a rewarding watch. On the one hand it is nothing like the bulk of the other Bond movies, and yet this one sets up so much that remains part of the Bond formula still (Goldfinger always gets the credit for this, but Dr No did the heavy lifting and Goldfinger added some gloss later). The first half is like a police detective movie from the 50s, rather than a spy movie. The slow pace lets you soak up the Jamaican atmosphere, though hopefully not as much as that guy dancing at the nightclub did. The second half goes sci-fi with missiles, nuclear bases and metal hands. Ken Adam's sets, even on a shoestring budget, are beautiful. Look at the detail of that room where all that happens is Dent collects a spider. The villain is saved until nearly the end of the movie, but you feel his presence throughout. Connery plays Bond as much more human and sympathetic than the novels, but he is still a bit of a s**t, as he should be. He was way ahead of Dirty Harry and the others in being a flawed hero. The scene with M is classic stuff. Leiter is cool (too cool apparently, goodbye Jack Lord). It is easier to name the negatives, as there aren't too many. The dragon is silly and makes the locals seem dim to believe in it. Bond gets rather colonial at one point. The tunnels don't make a lot of sense, and when Bond escapes from them into the control area I half expect a flood of water to follow him. The soundtrack isn't great - we get a lot of Bond Theme (great, but used inappropriately a couple of times) and a lot of tropical music (OK to set the scene), but the remaining underscore is mixed and a bit stodgy. This one is Top 10, if maybe not quite Top 5.