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GoldenEye (1995)

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Original Title : GoldenEye
Director : Martin Campbell
Writer : Ian Fleming
Michael France
Jeffrey Caine
Bruce Feirstein
Genre : Action
Adventure/Thriller
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Barbara Broccoli , Tom Pevsner , Anthony Waye , Michael G. Wilson , Albert R. Broccoli
Music : Eric Serra
Photography : Phil Meheux
Distributor : Argentina Video Home
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for a number of sequences of action/violence, and for some sexuality.
IMDB ID : 0113189
Official site : http://www.jamesbond.com/
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Starring

Pierce Brosnan James Bond
Sean Bean Alec Trevelyan/Janus
Izabella Scorupco Natalya Fyodorovna Simonova
Famke Janssen Xenia Zirgavna Onatopp
Joe Don Baker Jack Wade
Judi Dench M
Gottfried John General Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov
Robbie Coltrane Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky
Alan Cumming Boris Grishenko
Tchéky Karyo Defense Minister Dmitri Mishkin
Desmond Llewelyn Q
Samantha Bond Miss Moneypenny
Michael Kitchen Bill Tanner
Serena Gordon Caroline
Simon Kunz Severnaya Duty Officer
Pavel Douglas French Warship Captain
Olivier Lajous French Warship Officer (as Cmdt. Olivier Lajous
Billy J. Mitchell Admiral Chuck Farrell
Constantine Gregory Computer Store Manager
Minnie Driver Irina
Michelle Arthur Anna
Ravil Isaynov MiG Pilot (as Ravil Isyanov
Vladimir Milanovich Croupier
Trevor Byfield Train Driver
Peter Majer Valentin's Bodyguard
Paul Bannon Russian Scientist (uncredited
Martin Campbell Cyclist (uncredited
Simon Crane Tiger Helicopter Pilot (uncredited
Michelle Eldridge Irina (singing voice
Max Faulkner Guard at Helicopter Show (uncredited
Kate Gayson Girl in Casino (uncredited
Derek Lyons Casino Guest (uncredited
Wayne Michaels Tiger Helicopter Pilot/Mr. Gone to Heaven (uncredited
Michael G. Wilson Russian Security Council Member (uncredited
 

Plot

When a deadly satellite weapon system falls into the wrong hands, only Agent 007 can save the world from certain disaster. Armed with his license to kill, Bond races to Russia in search of the stolen access codes for "Goldeneye," an awesome space weapon that can fire a devastating electromagnetic pulse toward Earth. But 007 is up against an enemy who anticipates his every move: Alec Trevelyan, a.k.a. Agent 006, a mastermind motivated by years of simmering hatred. As Bond squares off against his former compatriot, he also battles Trevelyan's stunning ally, Xenia Onatopp, an assassin who used pleasure as her ultimate weapon. When the horrifying extent of Trevelyan's plan is revealed, Bond must call upon his sharp wits and killer instincts.
 

Comments

This one deserves much more credit then it has received., 1 November 1999 Author: Pietka from Seattle, WA This is by far one of the best Bond films simply because it does not try to be a Bond film. GoldenEye demonstrates an impressive independence that separates it from the tried-and-true-but-getting-boring Bond formula. The one liners are not that great, but the action sequences are mindblowing. The chase scene is the best I have ever seen in any movie. Period. Purists will complain that there is a lack of gadgetry, but let them pout and go back to MacGyver reruns. Possibility is not permissibility. Just because Bond has a snazzy car does not mean that he has to utilize every perk that Q has included. It is a relief that the writers did not force a new scene just to show off the car. The movie does not need one, which helps it to maintain its quality as not just a Bond movie, but a high quality action movie that can stand on its own. You will even find (gasp!) . . . character building! There is actually dialogue between Q and Bond, instead of just a briefing and some commands. Brosnan more than holds his own against past Bonds, and offers some of that GQ gentlemen element found missing in some of the past ones. Bond fan, action fan, any fan, check this one out. I even made my girlfriend watch it, and even she enjoyed it. Chances are you will too.
 
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