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
104 Views


out-horsepowered.

Excuse me.

Take the low road.

Not that low.

You don't mind

if I drive, do you?

Go backwards. Forwards.

Quickly.

I love a drive in the country,

don't you?

Hold tight.

Oh, by the way, we haven't been

properly introduced, Melina.

My name is Bond, James Bond.

Olympic has a flight at 11:00.

It should be safe to go

to the airport now.

- Are you all right?

- I'm fine, really.

Are you going back

to your father's ship?

Yes, I'm continuing his work,

but this business is still unfinished.

- What business?

- The man who paid Gonzales.

The Chinese have a saying:

"Before setting out on revenge,

you first dig two graves."

I don't expect you to understand.

You're English,

but I'm half Greek.

And Greek women, like Electra...

always avenge their loved ones.

I must go.

You were meant to question Gonzales,

not let Miss Havelock perforate him.

I quite agree, sir.

We'll have to tell the prime minister

Operation Undertow is dead in the water.

She'll have our guts

for garters.

If you care to look again...

at page two, paragraph four

of my report, sir...

you will note that I saw someone

paying off Gonzales.

Now, assuming that that was

for Havelock's murder...

then there's still

a glimmer of hope.

I don't follow.

If we could identify that someone--

Why don't you try

the identigraph?

- Yes, sir.

- Get cracking, 007.

Minister.

Hello, Q.

Smithers, how's the arm?

Coming along very nicely,

thank you, sir.

Oh, that'll come in handy.

What are you doing here, 007?

- ldentigraph, Q.

- This way.

- Stinging in the rain?

- That's not funny, 007.

I see you managed to get the Lotus

back together again.

I disregard these jibes

about our equipment, 007.

I don't suppose you find it funny

in the field.

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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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