Bond - Live and Let Die
Roger Moore as James Bond.
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- Rated: PG
- Run Time: 2 hours, 1 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: September 15, 2015
- Originally Released: 1973
- Label: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Starring||Roger Moore & Jane Seymour|
|Performer:||Yaphet Kotto, Clifton James, Julius Harris, Geoffrey Holder, David Hedison & Gloria Hendry|
|Directed by||Guy Hamilton|
|Edited by||Bert Bates, Raymond Poulton & John Shirley|
|Screenplay by||Tom Mankiewicz|
|Composition by||George Martin|
|Created by||Ian Fleming|
|Art Direction by||Syd Cain|
|Produced by||Albert R. Broccoli & Harry Saltzman|
|Director of Photography:||Ted Moore|
Rating: 2/5 -- Stands as proof to the maxim that James Bond and the 1970s simply didn't mix. Full Review
Rating: 4/5 -- There are some splendid action sequences, notably a speedboat leap that set a new world record, as well as the usual array of hi-tech gadgetry. Full Review
Two hours long and anti-climactic, but Bond fans won't be disappointed. Full Review
Rating: 3/5 -- Far from the worse offender in Roger Moore's outings as Bond. A boring boat chase and a slapstick final fate for our villain definitely takes it down a peg or two though... Full Review
While [Bond's] latest adventure looks as though his producers had trimmed a few million dollars off the budget, it is still fast, funny and frivolous enough to satisfy. Full Review
Los Angeles Free Press
Rating: 4/10 -- If you want to see an out of place Bond effort that would have been vastly improved with Shaft or Superfly in the lead role instead of 007, give this a view. Full Review
Lyles' Movie Files
As fastpaced and snappily entertaining a piece of claptrap as we have a right to expect. Full Review
LIVE AND LET DIE is famed Bond portrayer Roger Moore's first turn as 007. In it, the super spy infiltrates a gang of narcotics smugglers in voodoo-infested Jamaica. His daring exploits lead him on a number of incredible chases. As the sexy Solitaire, a young Jane Seymour makes for one of the more memorable Bond girls, and the always captivating Yaphett Kotto delivers an excellent performance as one of the more grounded (and, as such, arguably more chilling) villains of the series. The film's theme song, Paul McCartney's “Live and Let Die,” is one of the highlights of the entire Bond music canon and a classic in its own right.
The eighth adventure in the Broccoli/Saltzman series finds James Bond doing his part to help Americans "just say no". A burly Caribbean dignitary plans to dump an enormous amount of free heroin into the American market in order to boost the number of users as quickly as possible. While attempting to thwart the villain, Bond takes time out to romance one of the evildoer's advisors, a sexy tarot-reader known as Solitaire. Snakes, sharks, crocodiles and gunmen bar the rest of the way, and 007 also proves his powerboating skills in the course of completing this harrowing mission.
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- Shot in DeLuxe color and widescreen.
- Roger Moore's first James Bond film, after replacing Sean Connery.