For Your Eyes Only


Action / Adventure / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 79024


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Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007
Charles Dance as Claus
Carole Bouquet as Melina Havelock
Julian Glover as Kristatos
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Reviewed by cinemajesty 8 / 10

Bond Twelve

Movie Review: "007: For Your Eyes Only" (1981)

Based on compilation of "007" short stories released by Ian Fleming (1908-1964) published in 1960, Eon productions' staff-screenwriter Richard Maibaum (1909-1991) joins forces with executive producer Michael G. Wilson to deliver the most accomplished action script in Roger Moore's era as the character of MI6 spy James Bond.

An extraordinary range of exterior locations delivers "007" spreading his wings to be up in the air, navigating a helicopter to dispose an unfortunately-neglected character of "Blofeld" since "Diamonds are Forever" (1971) in a forgettable pre-title-sequence, underwater wreck diving with deep sea robotics, an super-accelerated chase scene at an Italian alps ski resort before an exciting showdown leads James Bond climbing up a mountain top accompanied with his fellow sidekick Milos Columbo, protrayed by highly authentically actor Chaim Topol and actresses Carole Bouquet and Lynn-Holly Johnson in their early 20s, bringing the light and the dark into romantic as erotic play for actor Roger Moore, who in his fifth portrayal as "007" handles it with such understatement at the age of 53 that punchlines as "No Head For Heights" while kicking a contemporary Mercedes-Benz with antagonist's right hand behind the steering wheel of a razor-sharp rocky cliff. These opponents in "For Your Eyes Only" have their skills mainly with hand-to-hand combat, all up front actor Julian Glover as the "007" Hyper-antagonist character of Kristatos stealing a British encryption machine to sell it to the Russian, who stays behind expectations with a minor hostile performance as Michael Lonsdale before him, who gave space-racing Super-Villian Drax in "Moonraker" (1979).

Nevertheless "For Your Eyes Only" first-time directed by former-action-editor John Glen becomes a James Bond picture back down to Earth, which stands strong as full-embodied action-thriller quality entertainment. Cinematography by Alan Hume (1924-2010) delivers plain, but well-executed coverage with no surprises in a since 1977 "The Spy Who Love Me" kept CinemaScope (2.35:1 aspect ratio) film format that presents promoted editor John Grover panoramic on-location widescreen photography, live-action stunt work, especially in a stunningly-paced skiing scene, choreographed by Willy Bogner and his associates, plus the fair character close-ups, which holds its suspense to the end, preparing recurring international audiences for more Roger Moore charm, humor and strikes of boldness in two more "007" pictures already in his mid-50s.

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Reviewed by BondGirl77 10 / 10

Favorite Bond film

FYEO is by far my favorite Bond film. From the beautiful theme song, to the gorgeous scenery, the wonderful musical score, and the fabulous story line, this movie is absolute perfection. I can watch it over and over and never get tired of it. I just absolutely love this film ! The cast is phenomenal. Carole Bouquet is wonderful as Melina Havelock. Topol is marvelous as Milos, Julian Glover is wickedly good as Kristatos, and Cassandra Harris (Pierce Brosnan's late wife), is charming as Countess Lisl. All of the actors in the film are top notch, and the beautiful scenery of Italy and Greece, is just breathtaking. Roger is of course, fabulous as usual in his role as 007. Handsome, charming, and witty. He is and always will be, my favorite Bond. FYEO is just spectacular. It is the Bond film that I watch the most often. It is one of my favorite movies of all time.

Reviewed by ivo-cobra8 10 / 10

One of Roger Moore's Best Bond movies he ever did my all time favorite

What can I say about this film that was said already? I love this film to death! It is definitely the best Roger Moore's James Bond 007 film since The Spy Who Loved Me! It is my second favorite Roger Moore film I love it to death since I was a kid. For Your Eyes Only (1981) is better then the lackluster The Man With The Golden Gun, Octopussy and A View To A Kill in my honest opinion it is better then Moonraker. This is the first Bond of the 80's and it is honestly one of the best Bond films in my opinion this is just my opinion.

This movie is simply action with real stunts more darker then the last one, more serious. Roger Moore did one of his best performance as James Bond 007. Really good actors and really good actresses. It is my childhood. A classic James Bond adventure there is. All right, maybe it was not that simple. Surprisingly this works very well, with the action sequences being more realistic (what with a car chase, ski chase and a small scale assault on the villain's residence instead), but brilliant too. For Roger Moore the film offers his best performance as James Bond.

The climbing on (The Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Meteora) St Cyril's monastery in the northern mountains of Greece is a great realistic sequence. Bond (Roger Moore) climbs the cliff in the mountains to reach the hoist controlling the basket. Those were real stunts it was really dangerous for Moore and his stuntman doing those stunts. In 1993 we got Cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone climbing the mountains even those stunts were dangerous. This stunts that Roger Moore performed were really dangerous.

Bond in the beginning climbs on the helicopter another dangerous stunt that was performed from Roger Moore and his stuntman. James Bond on skies on the cross-country skiing and he is perused by motorcycle assassins great stunts performed from stuntman's. Great car chase A Citroën 2CV was used in which Bond and Melina are fleeing and are kicked by this car really bad-ass scene. Great fights on the ship, great fights with car on the beach in which Bond shoot's a guy's car. Great under water scenes in which Bond and Melina are under attack by a diver in a JIM suit. Great effects for the mini-subs under water. Bond and Melina are tied up with the line on Kristatos' yacht been as bait for sharks.

Great actors like are: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Julian Glover, Topol ,Lynn-Holly Johnson, Michael Gothard, Jill Bennett, John Wyman and Walter Gotell.

Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) is a perfect Bond heroine determined to avenge her parents at all costs. Melina Havelock is a combination of Tilly Masterson from 'Goldfinger' and Domino from 'Thunderball.' Melina comes upon a much bigger plot, involving 007 and a Russian-British race to regain the A.T.A.C. She was really great Bond girl I enjoy the girl so much and the actress she was awesome better then Britt Ekland. Carole Bouquet did a great performance and she did a great job playing Melina Havelock she was so realistic in screen just my opinion. This movie had the absolute most beautiful Bond girl .

Bibi Dahl (Lynn-Holly Johnson) really touched my heart who would do anything for Bond! She is the American figure-skating prodigy who meets 007 in Cortina D'Ampezzo. Lynn-Holly Johnson did a great job been a victim of her uncle Kristatos (Julian Glover).

Agent 007 is assigned to hunt for a lost British encryption device and prevent it from falling into enemy hands. Bond investigate the murder of Timothy Havelock, who was working to salvage the wreckage of a spy boat carrying a vital command system called A.T.A.C. Bond's investigation leads him to believe that the Russians are also trying to recover the system, and may be using Aris Kristatos (Julian Glover) to carry out their dirty work. Aiding Bond is the beautiful sharpshooter Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) and an old acquaintance of Kristatos's named Milos Columbo (Topol).

I really miss movies like this one today I really do, I miss them so much. They don't make movies like this one today they don't. The plot was about the hunt for a lost British encryption device called A.T.A.C. that was also used later in Under Siege 2: Dark Territory (1995).

I really did enjoy soundtrack For Your Eyes Only by Sheena Easton and the music theme by Bill Conti.

The movie is really fast paced, I really wasn't bored with it, it is highly entertaining. You see also the cemetery in which we see Bond on his wife's grave Tracy Di Vicenzo from On Her Majesty's Secret Service we see Blofeld and Bond finally kill's him on the end of the opening scene.

For Your Eyes Only is a 1981 British spy film and the twelfth in the James Bond series to be produced by Eon Productions, and the fifth to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

10/10 This in my opinion really my favorite Roger Moore James Bond 007 films I love it to death I think is my second favorite film The Spy Who Loved Me is my number 1 favorite film but this one will be the second one. This was the first movie John Glen directed and really did a good job on this film. I highly recommend for every Bond Fan.

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