I would like to point out, at this time, that it is impossible for someone to stay completely original. There are always patterns that appear, and James Bond is no different from any other source of entertainment. As I researched this topic, I noticed some of these patterns and put together this, a "recipe" for making a Bond film.
1 handsome spy
An egotistical maniac intent on said handsome spy’s destruction
A handful of beautiful women
A smart aleck assistant to meet on the journey
A technology expert to handle all of the communications and such
A couple of gadgets
An extremely fast car
Guns and explosions
1) Start off with either the handsome spy on a mission or a villain training montage of sorts.
2) The handsome spy get’s a mission from his director, in some foreign country, with either the help of a beautiful woman or the intent of seducing a beautiful woman.
3) The handsome spy goes to the foreign country, seduces who he will, then something terrible befalls the object of his attention, at the hands of the villain usually.
4) The handsome spy is now intent on revenge, and searches out the villain’s secret lair.
5) Upon arriving at the secret lair, a large list of minimalistic clues will string together in the spy’s mind and he will discover the villain’s plan to destroy something or other.
6) Fight scenes as the spy takes out a large number of combatants.
7) The spy get’s captured and brought to the villain, who put’s the spy in a deathtrap. The villain then explains his/her plan and motives.
8) The spy then escapes from said deathtrap, and enters a chase scene with the villain, usually involving the fast car.
9) The spy uses one of his gadgets to great effect and captures or kills the villain, then he finds the beautiful woman the villain took, or just finds a new one.
10) The spy returns to his homeland, reports to his superiors, says something flirty to the secretary, then exits in an elaborate way.