Her Majesty's favorite agent (Sean Connery) tangles with Dr. No -- and Ursula Andress -- to put rocket launches back on course.
Part of the beauty of this one is an amnesiac Matt Damon isn't even aware that he's a super-spy.
Hitchcock is the director. Cary Grant is the agent; Ingrid Bergman is the spy. As lovers, who's playing who?
Richard Burton plays a defector with knowledge of other double agents. But can you trust a turncoat?
Set up by Gene Hackman's conniving cabinet member, Kevin Costner must clear his name... if that's what's really happening.
This Robert Redford flick about covert operations has a timely message ("There's a war out there") even if it's said tongue in cheek.
No glamour and glitz for Michael Caine's Harry Palmer, just the cold hard reality of spying in this Len Deighton adaptation.
The birth of the CIA from the POV of a man (Matt Damon) whose empty life haunts him into accepting his role with the Company.
The American version of La Femme Nikita finds Bridget Fonda convincingly playing a spook trying to escape her identity.
David Mamet has a unique spin on the genre; Val Kilmer is the special agent who goes rogue to set things right.