A View to a Kill (1985)
Desmond Llewelyn: Q
M : Now that we're all here, you can get on with the briefing, Q.
Q : Very good, sir. Gentlemen, a silicon integrated circuit. The essential part of all modern computers.
M : No lecture, Q. We're all aware of the usefulness of the microchip.
Q : Well, now, until recently, all microchips were susceptible to damage from the intense magnetic pulse of a nuclear explosion.
M : Magnetic pulse?
James Bond : Yes, Minister. I burst in outer space over the UK and everything with a microchip in it, from, well, the modern toaster to the most sophisticated computers in our defense systems would we rendered absolutely useless.
Q : One of our private defense contractors came up with this: a chip totally impervious to magnetic pulse damage. Now, if I place it on the micro-comparator and compare it with a chip that Commander Bond recovered from the body of 003 in Siberia, when I bring the two images together...
James Bond : They're identical. The KGB must have pipeline into that research company.