The Living Daylights (1987) - Movie Details
|Release Date:||July 31, 1987|
|Writer:||Ian Fleming, Richard Maibaum, Michael G. Wilson|
|Cast:||Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Jeroen Krabbé, Joe Don Baker, John Rhys-Davies, Art Malik, Andreas Wisniewski, Thomas Wheatley, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Brown, Geoffrey Keen, Walter Gotell, Caroline Bliss, John Terry, Virginia Hey|
|Running Time:||130 minutes|
|MPAA Rating:||Rated PG|
Later, James Bond heads to Russia where he will orchestrate the defection of a top Soviet general. His orders are clear: Kill anyone that stands in his way. While attempting to escape, the General falls into the sight of an assassin: a woman. Bond immediately recognizes her as the cello player in the symphony, and realizes that she...
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The Living Daylights is Timothy Dalton's first James Bond movie, and it is quite different than the others. Dalton is more serious, the story is more serious, and the plot is a little more realistic than some. The plot is pretty straightforward, although at some parts it was hard to follow who was good and who was bad. Even the opening sequence was hard to follow. Full movie review »
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