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Genres: Thriller , Adventure , Action
Actors: Prunella Gee , Anthony Sharp , Pat Roach , Milos Kirek , Valerie Leon , Rowan Atkinson , Pamela Salem , Edward Fox , Alec McCowen , Bernie Casey , Max von Sydow , Barbara Carrera , Klaus Maria Brandauer , Kim Basinger , Sean Connery
Director: Irvin Kershner
Country: West Germany, United States, United Kingdom
Year: 1983
IMDB Rating: 6.1/10 (34080 votes)

SPECTRE agents under the command of Ernst Blofeld infiltrate a US air force base situated in the UK and steal two Tomahawk cruise missiles. When NATO is held to ransom, the British reactive their “00” agents and send James Bond to recapture the warheads and kill Blofeld.

Film Review

'14th' Bond movie (unofficial)The Sean Connery movies in the Bond series always seemed to have the attitude that only Connery was the 'real' Bond. That's why after the greatest Bond movie of them all ("On her majesty's secret service" with George Lazenby as James Bond), the next movie – starring Connery, again – seemed to pretend that Lazenby never happened. And so it is with this movie…it's like Roger Moore never happened and nor will he. The narrative elements concluded by Moore (in, say, "For your eyes only") are ignored. For this reason the movie comes across to me as a one off Bond movie…I imagine that the novels always existed, but no movie had ever been made from them. "Never say die" seems like a "What if?" story. I.e. presuming knowledge of the existence of the novels, the movie imagines what happens to Bond near the end of his professional career. Of course, in some ways this movie is a remake of …

Connery renewed his license to kill for one last time in playing Bond for the seventh time after an absence of a dozen years. Although this is technically a remake of "Thunderball," pretty much every Bond film seems like a remake of another one. And so there isn't much to distinguish it from the others except that Connery does look a bit long in the tooth, and the film makes jokes about Bond's age. Actually, this is as good as any of Connery's original six except for "Goldfinger." Brandauer makes a good villain while Basinger and Carrera are capable Bond girls. Interestingly, director Kershner went from "The Empire Strikes Back" to this to obscurity in a few years.

When two nuclear warheads are stolen by the terrorist organisation S.P.E.C.T.R.E., British secret agent 007 is brought back to active service to trace the missing weapons and prevent a global catastrophe.Despite being an unofficial James Bond film (it wasn't made by the usual MGM-UA/Eon franchise and is essentially a remake of 1965's Thunderball), this is a rather good one. Producer Kevin McClory took advantage of the fact that he owned the copyright on one of Ian Fleming's novels, persuaded Connery to return for one last hurrah as the superstar spy, assembled a great crew and turned in a first rate action adventure movie. All the proper Bond elements are here – international intrigue, glamorous locales (it was shot mostly in the Bahamas and Monaco), sexy women, villainous cabals, groovy gadgets and non-stop thrills. There are at least five standout sequences – a sprawling fistfight in a health farm, an eye-popping shark attack scene (shot by Ricou Browning, the Creature F…