A View to a Kill (1985) Directed by John Glen
Roger Moore as James Bond and Christopher Walken as Max Zorin

Zorin: You lost, Double-oh-seven.
Bond: Killing Tibbett was a mistake.
Zorin: I’m about to make the same mistake twice.
Bond: My department know I’m here. When I don’t report, they’ll retaliate.
Zorin: If you’re the best they have, they’ll more likely try to cover up your embarrassing incompetence.

6 Responses to “A View to a Kill (1985) – JB50”

  1. Well, as I’ve stated I do love Roger Moore. But this is the worst Bond movie of them all that features him. Period.

  2. Christopher Walken and Duran Duran almost save this one from itself. Almost.

  3. Hated this one. But yeah, the Duran Duran song is great and Christopher Walken is always a fantastic villain.

  4. Grace Jones is pretty good too. Whatsername though… Sheena queen of the jungle… Worst. Bond Girl. Ever.

  5. Yeah, I liked Grace Jones. Tanya Roberts was terrible. Definitely the Worst.Bond Girl.Ever. And the movie was just badly done. It’s been a while since I’ve seen this (can’t bring myself to watch it again) but for example there’s a scene toward the end that’s on a collapsing bridge or something and I remember it being just SO fake looking.

    But I’ll totally listen to the Duran Duran song again.

  6. This is the one with the big fight on top of Golden Gate Bridge. It’s actually pretty good.

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