The very first James Bond movie ever is Dr. No, which debuted back in 1962. The funny thing about this movie is that, even though the title isn't much to talk about, who knew that it would span over twenty spy flicks over the years and huge amount of success and money for the creator, stars, directors and anyone else associated with these movies. But, since it was made in 1962, the fact that this movie is dated goes with out saying. Bond womanizing and card board cut out female characters appear extremely out of place in today's society. Also, this movie is Rated PG, but would be much closer to a PG-13 by today's standards: With frequent partial nudity and sensuality, not to mention some intense action with plenty of people being killed with out a shred or remorse, what so ever. Still, it makes for a great first out in what was to be one of the most successful movie franchises ever.