A fake Fabergé egg and a fellow agent's death lead James Bond to uncover an international jewel-smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear attack on N.A.T.O. forces.
Motion Simulator Ride Film. POV James Bond as he rides a motorcycle, shoots it out with bad guys, leaps onto the trailing ladder of a helicopter from a moving train, dodges bullets and ... See full summary »
A convicted murderer (Thomas Rasch) reveals that he has planted a virus in a computer program used by most of the world to prevent anticipated Year 2000 computer problems. Unless his demands are met, the virus will wreck havoc with computers worldwide. Written by
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If watching a bad movie could kill, I would be dead! What is it with these guys and how in the world did they convince Jurgen Prochnow to "act" in this baloney? All actors involved seem to be doing their worst, there is neither enthusiasm nor pride in their work, possibly due to poor directing. I was not too surprised to find Kaj Holmberg, co-producer of "Baltic Storm" (another lemon) involved in this tragedy as well. If you are incompetent, time will not heal that problem if there is no talent. I agree with TJA that any lame commercial is way better a pastime than watching this one. If "Millennium-Katastrophe etc." ever comes to a theater near you...run, it is indeed a catastrophe!
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