2. ) Live And Let Die (1973)
straight from the start, Roger Moore’s Bond was likely to be the age of this”Oh, James” catchphrase. Despite all the telltale signals of the humorous age of James Bond being on the upswing, Live and Let Die nevertheless maintained an atmosphere of severe threat. Specifically, Yaphet Kotto’s softly insidious reign as Kanaga supplies a more serene and collected villain that poses a wonderful danger to 007 along with his compatriots. In addition, it has to be stated the James Bond series actually does enjoy its own snakes, since this movie marked the start of a recurring aquatic theme for a whole lot of Moore’s adversaries. Although the development of female protagonists would need to wait a bit longer, as inferior Solitaire (Jane Seymour) is fairly mistreated from all areas. It could be a long ways from a socially-enlightening experience, however Live and Let Die produces a good beginning to this age in Bond history.