Review: A View To A Kill (1985)


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14 - A View To A Kill (1985)

“If you’re the best they’ve got, they’re more likely try and cover up your embarrassing incompetence.”
– Max Zorin

003 is murdered in Siberia and 007 agent James Bond (Roger Moore) is sent to recover the microchip that was on his colleague. The microchip is intended to endure an electromagnetic pulse and is manufactured by Zorin Industries. Bond is sent on a mission to research a little bit more about the microchip development as well as the developer. Attending a horserace at Ascot Racecourse, he sees that Max Zorin’s (Christpoher Walken) horse wins the race though he was decidedly the underdog. The horse is agitated, and Sir Godfrey Tibbett (Patrick Macnee) is convinced that Zorin is cheating somehow.

Bond meets up with a French detective and discovers that Zorin is hosting a horse sale, but is murdered during dinner. With the information, Bond and Tibbett get themselves onto the invite…

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