‘For your Eyes Only’ (1981)
The 12th movie of the Bond Franchise is 'For your Eyes Only' and again Roger Moore performs as James Bond.
When one of its spy ships ‘St. Georges’ sinks, the British government sends a marine archaeologist Sir Timothy Havelock, to look for it.
On this ship is ATAC, a communications device used by Britain to control its fleet of atomic submarines.
A Cuban hitman Gonzales kills Havelock along with his wife. James Bond is sent to investigate the whole affair.
However, Havelock’s daughter Melina finds Gonzales before Bond and kills him. He recognizes another assassin Locque, in Gonzales’s house and the trail leads him to an intelligence informant and businessman Aristotle Kristatos.
Aristotle tells him that the KGB’s Contact is a Greek smuggler named Columbo. Columbo accuses Aristotle of being the contact and gives away Loccque’s hideout to Bond.
After finding Locque in one of Aristotle’s factories, Bonds realizes that it was Aristotle all along...
These are the main characters of the movie, and the actors/actresses who played them:
- James Bond (Roger Moore)
- Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover)
- General Anatol Gogol (Walter Gotell)
- Columbo (Topol)
- Q (Desmond Llewelyn)
- Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet)
Agent Y's Opinion
Overall, this is a satisfying movie. Bond gives, yet again, a great performance. The movie has more of a classic spy feel to it and is more enjoyable for this very reason. Also, a rememberable title song by Sheena Easton!
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