For Your Eyes Only

Synopsis: After disposing of a familiar looking face, Bond is sent to recover a communication device, known as an ATAC, which went down with a British Spy ship as it sunk. Bond must hurry though, as the Russians are also out for this device. On his travels, he also meets Melina Havelock, whose parents were brutally murdered. Bond also encounters both Aristotle Kristatos and Milos Colombo. Each of them are accusing the other of having links with with the Russian's. Bond must team up with Melina, solve who the true ally is and find the ATAC before it's too late.
Director(s): John Glen
Production: Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
  Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins & 4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Metacritic:
54
Rotten Tomatoes:
72%
PG
Year:
1981
127 min
92 Views


with the chief of staff...

and wants to see you immediately.

- I'll be right back.

- I can hardly wait.

Oh, haven't you forgotten something?

Oh. Well, as M's away--

Ah, there you are, 007.

Minister, Chief of Staff.

Are you aware

of our ATAC system, 007?

ATAC, sir? Automatic Targeting

Attack Communicator.

Uses an ultra-low frequency coded

transmitter...

to order our submarines

to launch ballistic missiles.

Five days ago, our spy ship,

St. Georges was sunk...

in the lonian Sea.

She was equipped with ATAC.

Now, if that transmitter

were to fall into the wrong hands...

it would render our entire

Polaris fleet useless.

- Every order could be countermanded.

- Worse.

Our own submarines could be ordered

to attack our own cities.

Have we begun

a salvage operation, Minister?

An official operation

was out of the question.

The St. Georges was off

the Albanian coast.

We asked Sir Timothy Havelock...

the marine archaeologist,

to secretly locate the wreck.

Before he could send in his report,

he and his wife were killed...

by a Cuban hit man,

Hector Gonzales.

The Greek police were able

to identify Gonzales...

from a description given to them

by Melina, Sir Havelock's daughter.

Operation Undertow.

The information's all here.

Now, Gonzales is at a villa

near Madrid.

Isolate him and apply

the necessary pressure...

to find out who hired him.

A Walther PPK...

standard issue,

British Secret Service.

License to kill.

Or be killed.

Take him away.

Whoever you are, you've outstayed

your welcome. Come on.

- Well, I hope you have a car.

- This way.

Hurry.

- Who are you?

- He killed my parents.

The Havelocks?

I'm sorry.

How did you know

where Gonzales was?

Through a detective agency.

What were you doing there?

I'm afraid we're being

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Richard Maibaum

Richard Maibaum (May 26, 1909 – January 4, 1991) was an American film producer, playwright and screenwriter best known for his screenplay adaptations of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels.His widow, Sylvia Maibaum, pointed out that her husband was more than just a marvelously entertaining writer. He was, she said "innovative. Among his works are 'firsts': The first anti-lynching play on Broadway, The Tree (1932); the first anti-Nazi play on Broadway, Birthright (1933); the first movie that dealt with the problem of medication abuse, Bigger Than Life, written in 1955, released in 1956; the first movie that dealt with the ethical and moral decisions in kidnapping cases, Ransom!; the first movie that introduced the American public to the importance of training airmen for the defense of the United States in a war many recognized as coming, I Wanted Wings (Spring, 1941); and Diamonds Are Forever, begun 1970, the first film that discussed the use of laser-like satellite mounted weapons for global warfare."His papers now reside at his alma mater, the University of Iowa. more…

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