British agent 007 attempts to thwart an American industrialist who is planning on becoming czar of the computer industry. Moore's last James Bond picture.
Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Picture! The inspiring true story of British athletes competing in the 1924 Olympics. Ben Cross and Ian Charleson head a sterling cast of newcomers and veterans. The story, told in flashback, of two young British sprinters competing for fame in the 1924 Olympics. Eric, a devout Scottish missionary runs because he knows it must please God. Harold, the son of a newly rich Jew runs to prove his place in Cambridge society.
So-so James Bond flick in which agent 007 is assigned to stop an insane Russian general from launching a nuclear attack against Western Europe. The title is the most interesting aspect of the film!
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In pursuit of new computer super chips, Bond uncovers a plan which could destroy Silicon Valley and the West's computer industries.
Stolen art treasures lead to a plan that will see Europe fall to a Russian invasion unless Bond can stop it in time.
Secret agent 007 must stop a megalomaniacal technology mogul from destroying Silicon Valley in this last appearance by Roger Moore as James Bond. Computer baron Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) is planning to trigger a major California earthquake in order to wipe out his competitors. Bond is assigned to stop him, but first he must do battle with Zorin's statuesque partner in crime, May Day (Grace Jones). High-wire confrontations ensue, as Bond battles the villains at international landmarks like the Eiffel Tower and romances an attractive geologist.
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