It’s interesting how many posters here rave about how great Skyfall is, while also dissing on The Man With the Golden Gun for being too low-rent and disappointing.
Consider: Bond is sent out to track down someone with whom he has no personal animosity - someone about whom there is more information than M is willing to share. He goes to Macau where he meets a woman who is a sex slave to the villain and who hopes that Bond will rescue her from him. She sleeps with him as a down payment, but the villain shoots her dead the next day - whist still bearing Bond no malice. Drawn to an isolated location (his home), Bond must try to rescue a female MI6 employee, kill the villain and ends up blowing the whole place sky-high.
Now, which film did I just describe?
And now for the "yeah, but…"s, but I also hope to hear some defence of what is one of my all-time favorite 007 films (again, guess which one I mean).