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James Bond 10: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) r moore
Francisco Scaramanga, a hitman who is known as "the man with the golden gun", because of the golden gun he carries, and the gold bullets he uses on his targets. Bond receives a message supposedly from Scaramanga saying that Bond is his next target. So M decides to relieve Bond of his duties until the danger has been neutralized. But Bond, feeling that the mission he was on is of the utmost urgency, decides to go and find Scaramanga, and he thinks he found him, but discovers that Scaramanga is not after him when he had a clear shot at him and missed, which he doesn't do. But the man who was killed is the man for whom he was originally looking. A scientist working on a device that can make harnessing the sun's energy possible. So he must now find the device.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Thriller, Adventure, Action Release: 1974 Director: Guy Hamilton Cast: Roger Moore, Christopher Lee, Britt Ekland, Desmond Llewelyn, Richard Loo, Maud Adams, Carmen Du Sautoy, Michael Osborne, Yao Lin Chen, Hervé Villechaize, Gerald James, Bernard Lee
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:16:26 GMT -6
James Bond 11: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) r moore
A shipping magnate, Karl Stromberg, has employed two brilliant scientists to develop a submarine tracking system. Once it is finished, he assures them of multimillion-dollar payouts to their Swiss bank accounts, but not before ruthlessly murdering his young assistant by dumping her into a tank inhabited by a man-eating tiger shark. Shortly afterward, British and Soviet submarines vanish while on routine moves, and Bond is called into action. Also called to duty is his Soviet counterpart, Major Anya Amasova. Though they are initially working against each other, the British Secret Service and K.G.B. begin to work together to find the microfilm that contains the tracking system. Bond and Anya must deal with Stromberg's goons, who have been ordered to eliminate anyone who comes into contact with the microfilm. One of these is Jaws, a seven-foot towering Goliath with metal teeth. When a U.S. submarine is also hijacked, Bond and Anya must move quickly to avert World War III, which Stromberg is hoping to start.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1977 Director: Lewis Gilbert Cast: Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens, Milo Sperber, Vincent Marzello, Kevin McNally, Irvin Allen, Edward de Souza, Jeremy Bulloch, Stephen Temperley, Nick Ellsworth, Geoffrey Keen, George Roubicek, Peter Ensor
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:17:11 GMT -6
James Bond 12: Moonraker (1979) r moore
A space shuttle called the Moonraker, built by Drax Industries, is on its way to the U.K. when it is hijacked in mid-air and the crew of the 747 carrying it is killed. Bond immediately is called into action, and starts the investigation with Hugo Drax. While at the Drax laboratories, Bond meets the brilliant and stunning Dr. Holly Goodhead, a N.A.S.A. astronaut and C.I.A. Agent who is investigating Drax for the U.S. Government. One of Drax's thugs, the sinister Chan, attempts to kill 007 at the lab, but when that fails, he follows Bond to Venice and tries again there. Bond and Goodhead follow Drax's trail to Brazil, where they once again run into the seven-foot Goliath Jaws, a towering giant with metal teeth. Escaping from him, they discover the existence of a huge space station undetected by U.S. or Soviet radar, and a horrible plot by Drax to employ nerve gas in a genocidal project. James and Holly must quickly find a way to stop Hugo Drax before his horrific plans can be put into effect.
Country: United Kingdom, France Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1979 Director: Lewis Gilbert Cast: Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale, Lizzie Warville, Irka Bochenko, Geoffrey Keen, Nicaise Jean-Louis, Christina Hui, Richard Kiel, Anne Lonnberg, Guy Di Rigo, Alfie Bass, Georges Beller
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James Bond 13: For Your Eyes Only (1981) r moore
When a British spy ship, which is in Greece, is accidentally sunk, the British are concerned that a piece of hardware on-board the ship can be used against them. So they need to find it. So to make sure no one knows that they are looking for it, they ask a renowned oceanographer to try and locate the ship. But before he could submit his report, he's killed by the charter pilot who brought his daughter and wife to see him. The daughter gives a description and it's discovered the pilot is actually an assassin, so James Bond is sent to find out who hired him. But Bond is caught and is nearly killed, but the assassin is killed by an arrow. Bond uses the confusion to escape and discovers the one who killed the assassin; the daughter. They escape and Bond returns, and is not greeted warmly because he failed to find out who hired the assassin. But Bond informs his superiors that before the assassin was killed, someone paid him. So Bond thinks if he finds out who he is, he will find out who hired the assassin. Bond discovers who the man is and that he's in Italy, so Bond goes, and when his contact is killed, he finds something that he shows to a Greek businessman who helps him, and he tells Bond that it's the symbol of a smuggler, so Bond sets out to find him. Later, Bond sees the daughter is there and when he asks her why is she is there, she says he sent her a telegram, but Bond says he didn't send it. He tells her to go back to her father's ship and wait for him. Bond then cozies up to the mistress of the smuggler to find out what he can. But when they are attacked and the woman is killed, Bond is knocked out by men of the smuggler. He is taken to him, who tells Bond that he is not the one he should be focusing on.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure, Action Release: 1981 Director: John Glen Cast: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol, Noel Johnson, Geoffrey Keen, Jill Bennett, Lynn-Holly Johnson, John Moreno, Eva Reuber-Staier, Alkis Kritikos, Graham Hawkes, Graham Crowden, William Hoyland
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James Bond 14: Never Say Never Again (1983) s connery
Using an astounding array of weapons, Agent 007 has singlehandedly wiped out an army of Her Majesty's enemies. But when a lovely captive slips a knife into 007's ribs, the superspy's boss decides it's time his top agent sharpen his lethal edge. So James Bond is off to a health spa. However, his "vacation" is cut short by Largo, a power-mad mastermind set on carrying out his plan for worldwide nuclear blackmail. On Largo's side, the murderous femme fatale Fatima Blush and vile S.P.E.C.T.R.E. chief Blofeld. But Bond does have an ally though, Largo's girlfriend, the willowy Domino, who falls for Bond.
Country: United States, United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1983 Director: Irvin Kershner Production: Producers Sales Organization PSO, Woodcote Cast: Sean Connery, Kim Basinger, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Saskia Cohen Tanugi, Pat Roach, Alec McCowen, John Stephen Hill, Max von Sydow, Brenda Kempner, Barbara Carrera, Gavan OHerlihy, Michael Medwin, Christopher Reich, Joanna Dickens
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:19:26 GMT -6
James Bond 15: Octopussy (1983) r moore
When Agent 009 turns up dead at the British Embassy in East Berlin holding a Russian Fabergé egg, 007 is called in to investigate. He soon finds out that the egg is being sought by a collector named Kamal Khan, who is in league with a psychopathic Soviet General, Orlov, who is hell-bent on Soviet domination despite reprimands from his superiors. Orlov's plan involves smuggling an atomic bomb onto a U.S. Air Force Base in West Germany, in the hopes of crippling the country and leaving it an easy target for Soviet conquest. Bond's investigation of Khan leads him to India, where he meets a mysterious woman named "Octopussy", who is connected to Khan. The bomb is smuggled aboard a circus train, and one of the men helping Kamal and Orlov is the man responsible for killing 009. Bond must race against time to stop the bomb from exploding and killing thousands, then running down Kamal Khan before he escapes.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1983 Director: John Glen Production: United Artists, Danjaq Cast: Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan, Dermot Crowley, David Grahame, Janine Andrews, Carol Richter, Walter Gotell, Gurdial Sira, Lynda Knight, Helene Hunt, Christine Gibson, David Meyer, The Hassani Troup
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:21:01 GMT -6
James Bond 16: A View To A Kill (1985) r moore
James Bond returns from the U.S.S.R. with a new computer chip; one that is invulnerable to the magnetic pulse of a nuclear explosion. The chip is being manufactured by Zorin Industries, headed up by a sociopathic businessman named Max Zorin who is planning to corner the world microchip market by using explosives to cause an earthquake in the San Andreas fault that will wipe out Silicon Valley, and the millions who live and work there. Bond must face not only Zorin, but the equally twisted May Day and Scarpine, another one of Zorin's henchmen. Assisted by San Francisco city employee Stacy, Bond goes after the computer magnate in a series of frightening confrontations, including fire in the San Francisco City Hall, a wild chase through the city with Stacy at the wheel of a Fire Department ladder truck, and finally in a hand-to-hand fight atop San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.
Country: United States, United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1985 Director: John Glen Cast: Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts, Grace Jones, Patrick Macnee
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:21:40 GMT -6
James Bond 17: The Living Daylights (1987) t dalton
After Bond helps Russian officer Georgi Koskov make a daring defection to the West, the intelligence community is shocked when Koskov is abducted from his remote hiding place. Bond leaps into action, following a trail that leads to the gorgeous Kara, who plays Bond as easily as she plays her Stradivari cello. As they unravel a complex weapons scheme with global implications, they are forced into hair-raising chases, a riveting jailbreak and an epic battle in the Afghanistan desert with tanks, airplanes and a legion of freedom fighters on horseback.
Country: United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1987 Director: John Glen Cast: Timothy Dalton, Jeroen Krabbé, Maryam Dabo, Atik Mohamed, Dianna Casale, Caroline Bliss, Andreas Wisniewski, Sharon Devlin, Heinz Winter, Bill Weston, Joe Don Baker, John Bowe, Ken Sharrock
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:22:26 GMT -6
James Bond 18: Licence to Kill (1989) t dalton
James Bond is attending the wedding of his friend, Felix Leiter, formerly of the CIA, now DEA. When they're on their way to the wedding, Felix's associates tell him that Franz Sanchez, a sadistic drug lord whom they've been trying to apprehend, is in the country. They decide to go get him; with Bond's help they do. While in custody, Sanchez offers two million dollars to anyone who will help him escape. While being transported, one of the men does that. Later Sanchez goes to Felix's, kills his wife, and then literally throws Felix to the sharks. When Bond learns of this, he decides not to carry out his mission and instead goes after Sanchez. But when M learns of this, he has Bond's license to kill revoked. Bond then bolts and meets Pam Bouvier, one of Felix's assets, and he hires her to get him to Sanchez's country. He meets Sanchez under the guise of looking for work. When he makes his move someone captures him. They're narcotics agents from another country, and when a British official tries to take him, Sanchez attacks them and when he sees Bond is a captive, he allows him into his inner circle.
Country: United States, United Kingdom Genre: Action Release: 1989 Director: John Glen Production: United Artists, Danjaq Cast: Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Robert Davi, Jeannine Bisignano, Juan Peláez, Pedro Armendáriz Jr., David Hedison, Mark Kelty, José Abdala, Sergio Corona, Talisa Soto, Don Stroud, Enrique Novi
Post by tomishereagain on Nov 9, 2021 10:23:01 GMT -6
James Bond 19: GoldenEye (1995) p brosnan
1986 - Soviet Russia has been arming international terrorists with chemical weapon technology, and a chemical weapons plant in the mountains is the target of James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) and his closest compatriot, Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean). Infiltrating the compound, they are spotted and Alec is captured. When ruthless Soviet General Ourumov (Gottfried John) executes Trevelyan, James pulls off a spectacular escape and succeeds in blowing up the compound. Now in 1995, he is assigned to tail former Red Air Force jet jockey Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), who is working for a Russian crime syndicate known as "Janus", but he is unable to stop her from stealing a powerful helicopter, a theft initially dismissed as a possibility by MI6's new leader, "M" (Dame Judi Dench), a woman who is a bureaucratic bean counter who, despite her acidic responses to grumbling from her ticked-off men, is having to learn her job as she goes, and who has to trust James Bond's instincts after a nuclear accident occurs over a Russian region housing the tracking station for a weapons satellite known as "GoldenEye". James must track down the stolen gunship and all leads to a second GoldenEye system, and along the way, he is horrified to find the true identity of the Janus syndicate, which leads to a spectacular running pursuit from the stolen gunship, through a Soviet Army prison, to a wild street chase involving a tank and confrontation with a Soviet missile train, and eventually a showdown in the jungles of Cuba.
Country: United States, United Kingdom Genre: Adventure, Action Release: 1995 Director: Martin Campbell Production: United Artists Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean, Izabella Scorupco, Peter Majer, Michael Kitchen, Robbie Coltrane, Famke Janssen, Pavel Douglas, Michelle Arthur, Trevor Byfield, Billy J. Mitchell, Vladimir Milanovich