Film Quizzes: Non-Bond Spy Films

I saw the 24th James Bond film Spectre earlier today. Before I post my review and other ideas I have regarding the Bond franchise, I thought I’d put up a quiz showing films it has inspired within the past 25 years. Whether it seeking to emulate the action, adrenalin, style and sophistication or gently mock some of 007’s more formulaic and overblown outings, these films all owe a great deal of Bond for creating such a successful spy genre. How many of them can you get? Are you a fan of them or do you resent them? Don’t forget to check out these Bond quizzes if you haven’t done them already (1,2 and 3)

Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 1  (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 2  (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 3  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 4   (2000s)Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 5  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Non-Bond Spy Films Film 6  (2010+)

Answers below

1.  True Lies  (1994)

2.  Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery  (1997)

3.  The Bourne Identity  (2002)

4.  Johnny English  (2003)

5.  Get Smart  (2008)

6.  Kingsman  (2014)

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54 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Non-Bond Spy Films

  1. 4/6 for me, can’t believe I didn’t recognize Get Smart (that really doesn’t look like Steve Carell there hahah). And Johnny English. What is that .. . .

    • Brilliant stuff dude. There were a couple of other spy films that I could have put in. More than you might think. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier Spy, Stormbreaker, Agent Cody Banks, Salt, Spy, The Recruit…

  2. Only 1-3 Mazeltov, me! :mrgreen:
    Yet there’s the most hilarious (albeit unintentionally, I guess) Bond wannabe in my book: “Licensed to Love and Kill” (The Man from S.E.X). A must see!! (for variety sake)

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