Bond-a-Thond #14: 'A View To A Kill' (1985)
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MTV Movies Blog is currently running what we call the Bond-a-Thond. Every week we're taking a look back at a single (official) Bond film, giving you the vitals and seeing how it holds up, right up until the release of "Skyfall" on November 9. Feel free to watch along with us and share your thoughts or just kick back and enjoy the Bond.
A View to a Kill (1985)
Plot: When a top secret microchip ends up in the hands of the Soviets, Bond is called on to investigate the chip's manufacturer.
Title Meaning: Max Zorin uses the line the describe the view from his personal blimp, and it doesn't make any sense.
Song: "A View to a Kill" by Duran Duran
Bond: Roger Moore, his final appearance as 007
Villains: Max Zorin, a wealthy microchip manufacturer, played by Christopher Walken, and May Day, his enforcer and lover, played by Grace Jones
Bond Girl: Stacey Sutton, an oil heiress, played by Tanya Roberts
"Bond, James Bond" Occurrences: 2
Card Games: 0
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