8. The Spy Who Loved Me, (1977): with 4.2% of the vote. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond, Barbara Bach as the Bond Girl, Curt Jurgens as the villain, Stromberg and Richard Kiel as Jaws. In this film, agent 007 must work with his female Soviet counterpart to find the answer to the disappearance of nuclear missile carrying submarines.
9. Octopussy, (1983): with 3.9% of the vote. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond, Maud Adams and Kristina Wayborn as the Bond Girls and Louis Jourdan as the villain, Kamal. In Octopussy, a Faberge Egg found with a murdered British agent puts Bond on the trail that leads to a plot to kill thousands to weaken NATO defences in Europe.
10. You Only Live Twice, (1967): with 3.7% of the vote. Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Akiko Wakabayashi and Mie Hama as the Bond Girls and Donald as the villain, Blofeld. In this film, agent 007 and the Japanese secret service ninja force have to find and stop the true culprit of a series of spacejackings before nuclear war is provoked.
11. On Her Majesty's Secret Service, (1969): with 3.7% of the vote. Starring George Lazenby as James Bond, Diana Rigg as the Bond Girl and Telly Savalas as the villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. In this Bond movie, the agent is approached by a crime boss to marry his daughter and in return both father and daughter help 007 hunt for his archenemy, Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
12. The World Is Not Enough, (1999): with 3.3% of the vote. Starring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, Robert Carlyle as the villain Renard, Sophie Marceau as Elektra King, Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones, Robbie Coltrane as Valentin Zukovsky, John Cleese as Q's asst. In this film, Bond, feeling responsible for the death of a British oil tycoon and a friend, who died in an explosion in MI6 headquarters, he takes position as bodyguard to the tycoon's daughter, Elektra.
13. Moonraker, (1979): with 3.1% of the vote. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond, Lois Chiles as the Bond Girl, Michel Lonsdale as the villain, Drax and Richard Kiel as Jaws. In Moonraker, James Bond investigates the mid-air theft of a space shuttle and discovers a plot to commit global genocide.
14. Diamonds Are Forever, (1971): with 2.9% of the vote. Starring Sean Connery as James Bond, Jill St. John and Lana Wood as the Bond Girls and Charles Gray as the villain, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Directed by Guy Hamilton. In this film, agent 007 goes to Las Vegas to investigate the disappearance of diamonds in transit and discovers the involvement of his archenemy, Blofeld.
15. Tomorrow Never Dies, (1997): with 2.8% of the vote. starring Pierce Brosnan as 007, Michelle Yeoh and Teri Hatcher as the "Bond Girls" and Jonathan Pryce as the megalomaniac villain. In this film, mad media mogul 'Jonathan Pryce' wants to start World War III to win ratings. Bond has to stop him.
16. A View to a Kill, (1985): with 2.3% of the vote. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond, Tanya Roberts as the Bond Girl and Christopher Walken as the villain, Max Zorin, with Grace Jones as henchwoman May Day. In A View to a Kill, James Bond is faced up against a mad industrialist who plans to destroy Silicon Valley. It is up to 007 to stop him and his ally May Day.