The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me
The Spy Who Loved Me




120 minutes


Action and Adventure



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As super-suave super-spy James Bond, star Roger Moore sometimes had a tendency to lodge his tongue a little too firmly in his cheek. In The Spy Who Loved Me, though, the cheesy gags aren't overdone at the expense of action. The story involves a megalomaniac villain bent on destroying the world of course, but the opening ski-chase sequence, a car-cum-submarine to rival the iconic 007 Aston Martin and the scary metal-toothed Jaws (Richard Kiel, in the running for Best Henchman Ever) mean there are more than enough great moments here to make it one of Moore's best Bond outings.


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This film contains moderate action violence, mild language and sex.

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