Bond - For Your Eyes Only
No one comes close to James Bond, 007.
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- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 2 hours, 7 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: September 15, 2015
- Originally Released: 1981
- Label: MGM
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Roger Moore & Carole Bouquet|
|Performer:||Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Julian Glover, Jill Bennett, Lois Maxwell, Michael Gothard, Desmond Llewelyn, Geoffrey Keen, Charles Dance & Walter Gotell|
|Directed by||John Glen|
|Edited by||John Grover|
|Screenplay by||Richard Maibaum & Michael G. Wilson|
|Composition by||Bill Conti|
|Created by||Ian Fleming|
|Produced by||Albert R. Broccoli|
|Director of Photography:||Alan Hume|
|Executive Production by||Michael G. Wilson|
Academy Awards 1981 - Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award
...[Moore's] Bond retains an ageless cool....Slick entertainment...
New York Times
Rating: 2/5 -- The picture can't quite shake off the increasingly silly legacy which had mired the franchise in the Roger Moore era. Full Review
For Your Eyes Only, however, looks like the work of people too smug in the belief they've got a good thing going to bother to make it interesting. It oozes unwarranted condescension. Full Review
Rating: 4/5 -- Some really good set pieces and some fun new characters round out a good entry into the Bond series, even if it does suffer from a bit of an identity crisis. Full Review
Rating: 8/10 -- This is the one of the better stripped down Bond films. It's not flashy, the villains are grounded and Moore dials his take on 007 down significantly. Full Review
Lyles' Movie Files
...A truly sympathetic heroine, fetchingly portrayed by Carole Bouquet, who exhibits a humanity and emotionalism...
Roger Moore has crumpled his comic-strip good looks into something approaching world-weariness, and the newfound maturity in his expression is reflected in director John Glen's style, which goes for the measured and elegant over the flashy and excessive. Full Review
Roger Moore makes his fifth appearance as 007 in this, the twelfth Bond film. In this outing, the renowned British double agent must locate a weapons system known as ATAC, which controls Great Britain's submarines, after it is sunk on a ship in the Ionian Sea. While he must contend with a formidable foe in the villain known as Kristatos (Julian Glover), he does have the lovely and talented Melina (Carole Bouquet), the daughter of a scientist killed by Kristatos, on his side. For fans craving their old favorites, Blofeld, Moneypenny and Q all put in appearances. The stunts come fast and furious, most notably a breathtaking race down a ski slope at the film's opening. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Song ("For Your Eyes Only").
James Bond trades in his stylish wardrobe and trademark fancy gadgets for an action-packed mission filled with stunts, chases and elaborate set pieces. Sent to recover a secret government apparatus hidden somewhere at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea, 007 has to contend with hungry sharks as well as an array of enemy agents.
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- Shot in Technicolor and Panavision.
- Additional cast: Michael Gothard (Locque), John Wyman (Kriegler) and Janet Brown (The Prime Minister).