Your Favorite James Bond Flick

Are you obsessed with The Spy Who Loved Me, or unable to untangle yourself when you start watching Octopussy?

Well, as MGM gets ready to begin filming its 20th Bond movie, here's a dilemma worthy of 007 himself. Which James Bond movie is your favorite?

For those of you who who voted in our "Bond ballot," which listed the 19 Bond movies produced by MGM, check out the results below. (No, Bond enthusiasts, we didn't forget about Bond spoof, Casino Royale, or Never Say Never Again, a re-working of Thunderball, but they weren't produced by MGM and they weren't included in the ballot.)

You can also (E-mail us) with your comments on your favorite Bond films, girls, or gadgets.

"Bond Ballot" Results:

1. Goldfinger, with 27% of the vote. (1964):Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Honor Blackman, Tania Mallet and Shirley Eaton as the Bond Girls, Gert Frobe as the villain, Auric Goldfinger, and Harold Sakata as the henchman Oddjob. In Goldfinger, agent 007 is sent to Miami by M to spy on Goldfinger, a powerful businessman who is suspected of illegally smuggling gold around the world.

2. From Russia With Love, with 9.4% of the vote. (1963): Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Daniela Bianchi as the Bond Girl and Robert Shaw and Lotte Lenya as the villains. In this film, British and American espionage agents race against independent sinister organization SPECTRE to obtain a Soviet Lektor decoding machine.

3. Live and Let Die, with 7.1% of the vote. (1973): Starring Roger Moore as James Bond [in his first outing], Jane Seymour as the Bond Girl and Yaphet Kotto as the villain, Mr. Big. In this Bond movie, 007 is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organization and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.

4. GoldenEye with 6.1% of the vote. (1995): Starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, Izabella Scorupco and Famke Janssen as the Bond Girls and Sean Bean as the villain, Alec Trevelyan. In GoldenEye, James Bond must deal with stolen Russian satellite weapon, known as GoldenEye. Like a nuclear weapon, GoldenEye emits a powerful electronic pulse that is capable of knocking out every piece of modern technology for miles.

5. For Your Eyes Only with 5.7% of the vote. (1981): It stars Roger Moore as James Bond, Carole Bouquet, Lynn Holly Johnson and Cassandra Harris (Mrs. Pierce Brosnan) as the Bond Girls and Julian Glover as the villain, Kristatos. In this film, agent 007 is assigned to hunt for a lost British encryption device and prevent it from falling into enemy hands.

6. Thunderball, (1965): with 5.5% of the vote. Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Claudine Auger and Luciana Paluzzi as the Bond Girls and Adolfo Celi as the villain, Largo. In Thunderball, SPECTRE steals two nuclear bombs for a massive extortion scheme and agent 007 is sent in to find them before they can be used.

7. Dr. No, (1962): with 4.4% of the vote. Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Ursula Andress as the Bond Girl and Joseph Wiseman as the villain, Dr. No. In the first ever official Bond film, with Sean Connery famously setting the tone of 007's license to kill by gunning down an unarmed man. It is known for Andress's rise from the ocean in a little white bikini.

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