Sean Connery as James Bond
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This Is The Best James Bond Movie According To Rotten Tomatoes
Sean Connery established the Bond blueprint when he starred in the film that kicked off cinema's most enduring franchise, 1962's "Dr. No."
However, that distinction is frequently bestowed upon 1964's "Goldfinger," which defined so much of what comes to mind when we think of England's greatest spy.
With gadgets, elaborate death traps, and an Aston Martin DB5, “Goldfinger” was the film that really solidified Bond. It’s also the 007 movie with the highest Rotten Tomatoes score.
According to the almighty Tomatometer, "Goldfinger" currently has a 99% critic score. That makes it the highest-rated James Bond movie on the website.
The consensus credits the movie for having “one of 007's most famous lines ('A martini. Shaken, not stirred.') and a wide range of gadgets that would become the series' trademark.”