Your Favorite James Bond Flick

17. The Man with the Golden Gun, (1974): with 2.0% of the vote. Starring Roger Moore as James Bond, Britt Ekland and Maud Adams as the Bond Girls and Christopher Lee as the villain, Scaramanga. In this film, Bond is led to believe that he is targeted by the world's most expensive assassin and must hunt him down to stop him.

18. The Living Daylights, (1987): with 1.2% of the votes. Starring Timothy Dalton as James Bond [in his first outing], Maryam D'Abo as the Bond Girl and Joe Don Baker as the villain, Whitaker. In The Living Daylights, James Bond is living on the edge to stop an evil arms dealer from starting another world war. Bond crosses all seven continents in order to stop the evil Whitikar and General Koskov.

19. License to Kill, (1989) with 0.9% of the vote. Starring Timothy Dalton as James Bond, Carey Lowell and Talisa Soto as the Bond Girls and Robert Davi as the villain, Sanchez. In this film, James Bond leaves Her Majesty's Secret Service to stop an evil drug lord and avenge his best friend, Felix Leiter.

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