Dr. No
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Her Majesty's favorite agent (Sean Connery) tangles with Dr. No -- and Ursula Andress -- to put rocket launches back on course.
Current Score:
202
Total Votes:
454
2
Part of the beauty of this one is an amnesiac Matt Damon isn't even aware that he's a super-spy.
Current Score:
200
Total Votes:
594
3
Hitchcock is the director. Cary Grant is the agent; Ingrid Bergman is the spy. As lovers, who's playing who?
Current Score:
50
Total Votes:
296
4
Richard Burton plays a defector with knowledge of other double agents. But can you trust a turncoat?
Current Score:
7
Total Votes:
275
5
Set up by Gene Hackman's conniving cabinet member, Kevin Costner must clear his name... if that's what's really happening.
Current Score:
0
Total Votes:
298
6
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.
Current Score:
-9
Total Votes:
293
7
No glamour and glitz for Michael Caine's Harry Palmer, just the cold hard reality of spying in this Len Deighton adaptation.
Current Score:
-29
Total Votes:
237
8
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.
Current Score:
-51
Total Votes:
319
9
The American version of La Femme Nikita finds Bridget Fonda convincingly playing a spook trying to escape her identity.
Current Score:
-77
Total Votes:
261
10
David Mamet has a unique spin on the genre; Val Kilmer is the special agent who goes rogue to set things right.
Current Score:
-80
Total Votes:
240