Roger Moore presents the ten best sequences ever to have appeared in the James Bond series, and cast members recall their favourite moments.

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Roger Moore presents the ten best sequences ever to have appeared in the James Bond series, and cast members recall their favourite moments.

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Best Ever?
23 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Okay, I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for James Bond--the films and the minutiae which it took to create them. Granted, I am not particularly unique; that's why in a few short years we'll be celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Dr. No"'s release. Anyway, I've watched "Best Ever Bond" a couple of times now, and I'm recommending it even though the premise feels a bit forced--a bit like the plot of "Never Say Never Again". Why the necessity to do a top 10 list? I enjoyed the comments of the actors who've played Bond, along with the people whom you never hear from--like Sarah Donohue, who piloted the boat that Bond chases around London at the opening of "The World is Not Enough". If the producers of "Best Ever Bond" would have given us a bit more of the people who made the films and less of the "What's next in our countdown?" superficiality, then they could have created a must-have addition to any Bond fan's collection. As it is, it's still an enjoyable, above-average piece of work.


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