A View To A Kill


A View To A Kill Review

At age 58, Roger Moore turned in his action hero togs after this final outing as Bond. A View to a Kill is at least better than Octopussy, but it's so absurd as to make for a less than perfect time. The good news: Christopher Walken is a classic (if obvious) Bond villain, determined to flood Silicon Valley so he can corner the market for microchips. There's a bit of silliness about doped horses and some questionable science behind this plan, but it's all in good fun. Tanya Roberts is a classic Bond girl. Grace Jones, well, she's something else entirely.

Bond #14.

A View To A Kill

Facts and Figures

Run time: 131 mins

In Theaters: Friday 24th May 1985

Box Office Worldwide: $152.4M

Budget: $30M

Distributed by: MGM/UA Entertainment Company

Production compaines: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Eon Productions, United Artists


Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 36%
Fresh: 16 Rotten: 29

IMDB: 6.3 / 10

Cast & Crew


Producer: Albert R. Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson

Starring: as James Bond, as Max Zorin, as Stacey Sutton, as May Day, as Sir Godfrey Tibbett, as Scarpine, as Chuck Lee, Fiona Fullerton as Pola Ivanova, Willoughby Gray as Dr. Carl Mortner, as Q, as Miss Moneypenny, Walter Gotell as General Anatol Gogol, as Sir Frederick Gray, as M, Manning Redwood as Bob Conley, as Jenny Flex, Jean Rougerie as Achille Aubergine, as Howe, Papillon Soo as Pah Ho, Mary Stavin as Kimberley Jones

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