How to Stream the 'James Bond' Movies Right Now
From Connery to Craig, here's where to get your 007 fix.
James Bond movies are always in style. The espionage franchise about the iconic British MI6 has been churning out sexy, thrilling action flicks—some better than others—since the '60s and cycled through six different actors, but the spy movies remain as classic as ever.
There are a lot of Bond movies, though: 24 to be exact (well, 26, if you count the two non-canon ones: see below), and one more on the way with the delayed, but highly anticipated Daniel Craig-fronted—in what's allegedly his last outing as 007—No Time to Die. If you want to make yourself up a martini, shaken, not stirred, and have a movie marathon, it's like a mission in and of itself to figure out how to watch one of the many installments. Regardless of whether you have a preference for Sean Connery, one-timer George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, or Daniel Craig, here's how to get your Bond fix.
How to watch the Daniel Craig Bond movies
As the most recent 007, Daniel Craig (who'll wrap up his five-film run as the agent with the upcoming No Time to Die) managed to maintain the spectacle of the franchise while bringing it back to its roots with edgier films about a complex character who pushes himself to his physical and psychological limits and not just a guy with fancy gadgets. With Craig, it's all about Bond as an anti-hero.
How to watch the Pierce Brosnan Bond movies
How much you enjoy the Pierce Brosnan era of Bond depends on how much you can stomach dad jokes and double entendres. All about the sex and blockbuster appeal, they're extremely '90s takes on the super spy.
GoldenEye (stream on Netflix)
Tomorrow Never Dies (stream on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu)
The World Is Not Enough (stream on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu)
Die Another Day (rent on Amazon, or stream via the Showtime app or Amazon add-on)
How to watch the classic Bond movies
If you're a fan of the earlier Bond installments from the '60s, '70s, and '80s, from Dr. No through Licence to Kill, it's a little harder to settle into a marathon. Many of the movies starring Connery, Lazenby, Moore, or Dalton are streaming, but if you're eager to watch a handful of the others (including the unofficial Bond movies, 1967's Casino Royale and 1983's Never Say Never Again), you'll need to rent or purchase them via Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, or YouTube.
Dr. No (rent on Amazon)
From Russia with Love (stream on Hulu)
Goldfinger (rent on Amazon)
Thunderball (stream on Hulu)
Casino Royale* (rent on Amazon)
You Only Live Twice (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
On Her Majesty's Secret (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
Diamonds Are Forever (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
Live and Let Die (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
The Man with the Golden Gun (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
The Spy Who Loved Me (rent on Amazon)
Moonraker (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
For Your Eyes Only (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
Octopussy (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
Never Say Never Again* (rent on Amazon)
A View to Kill (stream on Hulu)
The Living Daylights (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
License to Kill (stream on Amazon, Hulu)
How to see No Time to Die
Officially, you won't be able to see it until 2021. To find out more about the final Bond movie starring Daniel Craig, check out our breakdown of what it's about and who's in it.
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