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.
Agent James Bond 007 is on a mission which includes a media tycoon, his former lover and a Chinese agent. Elliot Carver wants to complete his global media empire, but in order for this to work, he must achieve broadcasting rights in China. Carver wants to start up World War III by starting a confrontation over British and Chinese waters. Bond gains the help of Wai Lin on his quest to stop him, but how will Bond feel when he meets up with his former lover, who is now Carver's wife.Written by
The BMW 750i that Bond uses in this film is the first Q-Branch car in the franchise that has four doors. See more »
At the party scene, a Porsche Boxster arrives just before Bond, the license plate reads "BYL", which is only issued to cars belonging to the Bavarian parliament - they surely have no Porsche in their fleet. See more »
Our man's in position on the center camera. It's like a terrorist supermarket. Chinese Long March Scud, Panther AS-565 attack helicopter, a pair of Russian mortars, and the crates look like American rifles. Chilean mines. German explosives. Fun for the whole family.
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The second Bond film of the Brosnan era is nothing compared to the first.
The film as a tremendous look and feel about it, more so than any other Bond film. However, looks are very deceiving. Jonathan Pryce looks the part of a Bond villain, but does not pull it off. Teri Hatcher looks the part of a Bond girl, but is lifeless and boring. Michelle Yeoh breaths some life into the movie, but is ultimately unappealing.
Overall, a fairly interesting story is destroyed by poor writing and uninspired casting choices.
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