* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2xLWJOG7dO4 entire opening pre-credits sequence]] with the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bede_BD-5 Bede BD-5]] mini-jet still holds up.
* Bond's BatmanGambit where he forces Kamal to bid even higher for the Faberge egg at the auction, suspecting a connection to his fellow agent's murder when a duplicate of said egg was recovered. Having successfully forced Kamal's hand, Bond then makes clear his intent to blackmail Kamal when he ''switches the real egg with the duplicate''. Even M, who was shocked at Bond's actions seems mildly impressed just as Bond departs for India.
* When Orlov is interrogated by Bond, he gives him an OhCrap moment to rival a similar scene in ''Awesome/{{Goldfinger}}'', with just two words:
-->'''Bond''': I am more concerned about an atomic bomb exploding on a US Air Force base in West Germany! You can't be inviting a nuclear war. What happens when the US retaliates?\\
'''General Orlov''': [[WhamLine Against whom?]]\\
'''Bond''': [[OhCrap My God... of course.]] Our early-warning system will rule out the bomb having come from Russia or anywhere else. Everyone will assume incorrectly... that it was a American bomb triggered accidentally.\\
'''Orlov''': Yes, that would be the most plausible explanation.\\
'''Bond''': Europe and NATO will then insist on full nuclear disarmament... and leaving every border undefended for you and the Warsaw Pact to walk across at will!\\
'''Orlov''': You took the words right out of my mouth.\\
'''Bond''': And I suppose it doesn't matter a damn to you that thousands of innocent people will be killed in this little "accident" of yours?\\
'''Orlov''': Better than letting a handful of old men in Moscow bargain away our advantage in disarmament talks!
** Meta CMOA for Roger Moore: this scene proves that HeReallyCanAct despite the comedic overtones of his entire 12 years as 007.
* Orlov's first appearance where he announces his vision for invading Western Europe; Steven Berkoff plays the part of the LargeHam in all its glory.
** Followed up by General Gogol's impressive rejection of Orlov's warmongering, shooting down the mad general's zealous overconfidence.
* Bond stealing Orlov's car and driving on its ''rims'' across the border in pursuit of the train, jumping clear just before another train sends his ride flying.
* Bond (dressed as a clown) says "I am deadly serious!" ''And we believe him.''
* Q orchestrating an assault on the BigBad's palace involving a hot-air balloon and several dozen bikini-clad jewel-thief circus contortionists.
** The fact that these women managed to take down an entire fortress full of goons using (Mostly) non-lethal means to take them all down.
** This leads to a great moment once Q lands the balloon; the ladies make such a fuss over helping him out of the basket... apparently Bond isn't the only SexGod at MI-6. Best of all is Q's reaction; instead of being all, "Leave me alone," it's more like, "Let me get out of this thing first!"
* Bond rolls Kamal Khan's dice after realizing they are rigged to always land a double-six, but he doesn't bother to look at them to confirm it. He instead just stares at Kamal's pissed off face.
-->'''Bond:''' Well, I should use ''your'' "lucky dice". ''(shakes to roll)'' Player's privilege. ''(rolls, doesn't look at the result, directly at Kamal)'' Double sixes. Fancy that. '''''I win.'''''
** And then Bond has the gall to say, just as Kamal's writing out a check, to say "I prefer cash."
** Gobinda has his own CMOA by ''crushing the dice with his fist'', never taking his eye's off Bond with a really effective DeathGlare.
* Bond's literal AndThisIsFor moment when he avenges 009:
-->'''Mischka''' (prepares to stab Bond): And this... for my brother!
-->'''Bond''' (dodges knife by swinging the door he's pinned to open, and throws his own, killing him): And ''that's'' for 009!
* Bond sliding down a bannister with a machine gun. And he just manages to shoot the front piece off before he gets to it.
* The whole final action sequence, with Bond clinging to the top of Kahn's plane in mid-air, even as the plane moves upside down.