Isn't The Spy Who Loved Me widely considered to be the best of the Roger Moore era? I see that it has both the best RT score (%79) and IMDb score (7.1) of the seven Moore films. I haven't seen it in years, yet surprisingly a lot still stands out. The Lotus submarine (always a favorite as a kid), Jaws (one of the most iconic henchmen from the series), great opening theme, the ski jump in (I believe) the pre-credits Stromberg's underwater lair and Barbara Bach, a unique beauty whose acting was... she was a unique beauty. Moonraker is probably the most notorious film of the Moore era. I believe *checks* yep, For Your Eyes Only was supposed to follow The Spy Who Loved Me, but a little film called Star Wars came out and producers decided (again) to follow a trend rather than set one. Revisiting Moonraker a few years ago I was surprised how not completely awful it is; particularly the space stuff. Silly, sure, but goofy fun. I also quite like Michael Lonsdale as Hugo Drax. I used to confuse he and Maximillian Schell's Hans Reinhardt from another sci-fi themed film from '79, Disney's The Black Hole. Awful, awful theme, though. Not even Shirley Bassey can save it.