Dalton’s second and final appearance sees him seeking revenge after Felix and his wife are attacked by Robert Davi’s druglord Sanchez. Refusing to abandon the search, his licence to kill is revoked and he’s discharged from MI6, leaving him to continue on his own.
Roger Moore makes his last stand as Bond in A View to a Kill. Facing off against Christopher Walken’s horse racing fanatic and industry tycoon Max Zorin, he must stop him before he carries out a dastardly scheme to create a monopoly in microchips.
After jetting off into space for the lame Sci-fi cash-in Moonraker, the silliness was scaled back for the relatively muted For Your Eyes Only. After a British submarine is sunk off the coast of Greece, Bond is tasked with finding its valuable cargo and stopping it falling into the wrong hands.
Release date: 14 August 2015
Running time: 125 min
Director: Judd Apatow
Starring: Amy Schumer, Bill Hader, Brie Larson, John Cena, Vanessa Bayer, Tilda Swinton, LeBron James
Arriving on a tidal-wave of hype from the States, it’s hard to believe that comic Amy Schumer was almost unknown in the UK before the press tour for her pet project Trainwreck. A veteran of the stand-up circuit with her own sketch show Inside Amy Schumer on Comedy Central, she might not be a house-hold name just yet but her act has been polished to perfection. With Schumer on writing and acting duties, Judd Apatow may be at the helm but this is most definitely her movie; dominating the material with an incredible confidence for her first leading (or indeed any significant) film role.
Next up in our Big Bond countdown is the action-packed The Spy Who Loved Me, with Bond working alongside Russian spy Anya in an attempt to bring down a plot involving submarine eating ships, nuclear armageddon and even more crazy Euro-villains.
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