There is not a single doubt in my mind that this is Roger Moore's best Bond movie ever, and quiet possibly, one of the best Bond movies every in general. It's obvious that it just wasn't a very big box office success in the summer of 1977, because of Star Wars gigantic own success, which is really to bad. The thing that makes the Spy Who Loved me so great, is because, this is probably the only Roger Moore outing where everything worker out fine. For starters, Roger Moore is on his absolute top game as James Bond, and keeps his puns quick, scarce and actually rather clever, for a change. All of the supporting characters are also very good and on part with Roger Moores Acting. Another very good thing would definitely be the plot for this outing. It's actually has a very original villain and plot, and it isn't impossible to figure out the overall plot. But, the very best thing about the Bond, would be the special and the art direction, which is just absolutely spectacular and extremely good for 1977, even though Star Wars overshadowed nearly every movie that came out that year, and was practically shunned and ignored. So, even if you hate Roger Moore, just give the Spy Who Loved me a chance, you won't regret it. I no I didn't.