The World Is Not Enough

The World Is Not Enough
The World Is Not Enough




122 minutes


Action and Adventure



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Before Daniel Craig's back-to-brutal-basics take on James Bond, the super spy in the tux was being played as more of a smoothie by Pierce Brosnan, and he's on good form here. A good friend of MI6 boss M, oil magnate Sir Robert King, is murdered and 007 is sent to protect his daughter Elektra from rogue KGB agent Renard (with a great Bond villain quirk of being unable to feel pain). Meanwhile all roads lead to a multi-million pound east-west oil pipeline that several interested parties some of them not very friendly to Western interests - have an eye on.

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Contains action violence and moderate sex scenes.

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