115. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (A-)
George Lazenby's s sole outing as 007, sandwiched within Sean Connery's tenure. Lazenby is at best okay in the role, and it seems strange to pick a man with no real acting experience for one of the few films to really try to give James Bond character depth. Lazenby's blandness aside, it's a strong movie. The direction of the right scenes, in particular, is remarkably kinetic; you feel the blows, unlike most fight scenes from the period.
Home Video: 71 (+1)