On of the top tier Bond films. Well done supporting good guys. Less cartoonish than many others.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
After years of space-age gadgetry, cartoon villains, female mannequins, and giants with steel teeth came this one-shot return to the old days of Ian Fleming minimalism. No other James Bond film has provoked so much debate among 007 fans (even us); judge for yourself. The chases and stuntwork are spectacular; debuting helmer Glen directed 2nd-unit on some earlier Bonds. Look for Charles Dance as gunman. Panavision.