Bond - Licence to Kill PG-13

James Bond is out on his own and out for revenge.
Bond - Licence to Kill
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 13 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: September 15, 2015
  • Originally Released: 1989
  • Label: MGM
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)

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User Ratings: 63,895
If the series is ever going to return to its Connery-era glory, it definitely needs some new writers, ones who know how to streamline a story and keep the dialogue tight. Full Review
Orlando Sentinel
May 20, 2014
...A script that makes [Bond] fit for the 90's....Lowell becomes the most playful, modern Bond heroine in years...
New York Times
Jul 14, 1989
The thrills-and-spills chases are superbly orchestrated as pic spins at breakneck speed through its South Florida and Central American locations. Full Review
Variety
Oct 13, 2008
The Bond women are pallid mannequins, and so is the misused Dalton -- a moving target in a Savile Row suit. For every plausible reason, he looks as bored in his second Bond film as Sean Connery did in his sixth. Full Review
TIME Magazine
Oct 13, 2008
Rating: 3.5/4 -- Dalton revives the cool, ironic detachment of the Connery years, but he also allows a touch of obsession to show through Bond`s surface aplomb. Full Review
Chicago Tribune
May 20, 2014
Every once in a while, [the Bond series] pulls in its stomach, pops the gun from its cummerbund, arches its eyebrow and gets off another bull's-eye. The newest, Licence to Kill, is probably one of the five or six best of Bond. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
May 20, 2014
Rating: 2.5/4 -- With Dalton straightening out Bond for the second time, Licence to Kill continues the salvage operation begun in The Living Daylights and rescues a series that was in danger of shooting itself in the foot. With a Walther PPK, of course. Full Review
Philadelphia Inquirer
May 20, 2014

Product Description:

James Bond (Timothy Dalton) returns with a vengeance in LICENCE TO KILL. Having just witnessed his best friend's wedding, Bond is shocked when he learns that ruthless drug runner Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi) has assaulted the couple on their honeymoon, killing the bride. Assisted by the twiggy Drug Enforcement Agent Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell) and the gadget wizard Q (Patrick Llewelyn), Bond resigns from Her Majesty's Secret Service and pursues justice on his own. Perhaps the darkest of the 007 films, LICENCE TO KILL, exhibits a previously unseen side of James Bond. Maniacal at times, ex-agent 007 detonates everything in his way on the road to avenging his friend's bride.

The 16th installment of the James Bond series, LICENCE TO KILL, veers away from the pick-up artistry and light interlocution of former 007 films. Instead, director John Glen, gives the audience a crystal clear view of the man behind the martini glass.

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  • LICENCE TO KILL was the first Bond film that wasn't based on an Ian Fleming novel and the last one to show 007 smoking a cigarette.

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  • Sales Rank: 4,003
  • UPC: 883904333036
  • Shipping Weight: 0.13/lbs (approx)
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