Licence To Kill

Licence To Kill
Licence To Kill

Year

1989

Duration

133 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Timothy Dalton is sometimes dismissed as an inferior James Bond, but he was actually rather interesting in the role, certainly a more serious 007 than his predecessor Roger Moore, as shown by this his second and last outing as the super-agent. This time round Bond's work is not just official but personal as he takes revenge against a ruthless gangster who tortured his friend Felix Leiter (and killed Leiter's new wife). Be warned, this is at times very nasty indeed.

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15 Classification

This film has few uses of mild bad language and contains moderate bloody violence and injury detail.

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