Originally Posted by Parker Wayne
I'd put Man With The Golden Gun as the front runner.
MWTGG was just stupid, but not anger-inducing the way DAF was. Christopher Lee made the best out of what he had, and the duel between him and Bond was the (most? one?) interesting scene in the movie. Plus Moore wasn't too old for the part--and Connery was definitely pushing it in DAF.
Not too mention we come hot off the last movie, where the series archnemesis killed Bond's wife
and the only narrative attention that gets is the pre-titles sequence where Bond lazily slaps around informants and "finishes off" Blofeld in less than ten minutes. And then it's back to the status quo in the laziest way imaginable.
I don't know, maybe I expected too much sequel in a serial film series.
Although I agree that Golden Gun has the worst plot--monopolize a renewable resource? Seriously?