Moonraker

Moonraker
Moonraker

Year

1979

Duration

121 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

James Bond goes into space! Before that, though, he pops to Venice and Rio de Janeiro in the course of his investigation into a fiendish plan that involves a stolen space shuttle and probably has something to do with a sinister billionaire called Hugo Drax. This is one of the most spectacular of all the 007 adventures, one which definitely strays into sci-fi territory Bond rarely had as many amazing gadgets as he does here.

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Contains sexual themes.

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