The Living Daylights (1987) is another installment in the never-ending saga of James Bond, this time played by Timothy Dalton, who is a surprisingly sober and even more surprisingly almost celibate OO7. He’s fighting an arms dealer who is intent on starting another world war, because we all know how great those are. Thank God there’s Maryam d’Abo, who plays a Soviet cello player, and is also one of a harem of one of this flick’s archvillians, a Russian General, of course. What follows is confusing double- and triple-crossings, but also a lot of fun action. Though infamous as one of the weakest Bond films, we give it high marks for nudity, which is usually more alluded to than seen in these films. Australian actress Virginia Hey shows off her boobs. Hey!