To be fair, The Spy Who Loved Me is the Moore film I've seen the least of. Guess I should just watch that one cold.
FYEO has that cheesy "killing Blofeld" scene at the beginning. I know I don't like that part. Octop*ssy I mostly know the "clownface bomb disarming" scene and God knows that's a bad part.
Thunderball, gehhh, bloated and kinda weirdly dull. It had three times the budget of Goldfinger and is about a third as good. I don't know why, really--I didn't care about any of the characters or the plot much at all, or even that silly jetpack.
I've seen parts of Never Say Never Again, but they were cheesy parts, like where they're playing early 80s arcade games in the casino, or the sex scene with the girl who isn't Kim Basinger, the one with the big hair and really long fingernails. Connery seemed to be doing a better job than in DAF, though.
(Note: NSNA was directed by Irvin Kershner of course who was American; most reviews of No Time To Die are erroneously claiming that this is the first Bond film directed by an American, which just goes to show you people are trying to write NSNA out of the history.)
Goldeneye - Great N64 game, but I recall not being terribly impressed with the film even when I was 14. I've never watched TND, The World Is Not Enough was very bloated and everyone trashes Denise Richards something fierce now (Sophie Marceau was a huge plus though!) I think the lack of bloat and overblown silliness is probably why Goldeneye has the best rep of a Brosnan film, unless it's because of the N64 game.
I'd give Skyfall a try before dismissing Craig's era entirely. It's generally very highly regarded though while reading through responses to NTTD that some people find certain scenes bloated and implausible. The set pieces are all pretty damn worthy, though!