Licence to Kill

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9.9/10.My second favorite of the Bond movies.Timothy Dalton's great in his second outing as he matches wits with Robert Davi.I would've given it a 10 but I didn't really like either love interest of Talisa Soto or Carey Lowell.They both have a connection to one of the worst TV franchises ever, Law and Order, and they really aren't that good.Still it's great fun with Dalton proving he's as capable as his predecessors playing 007 James Bond.My three favorites are in this order:1.On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969 George Lazenby) 2. License To Kill (1989 Timothy Dalton) 3. Dr No (1962 Sean Connery).

Rob245

Continuity mistake: In the scene on the plane you see Bond hanging at the door on the right side of the plane, in the next shot you see the plane making a left turn, in the following shot Bond is still hanging on the right-side door. Shouldn't he have fallen into the plane ?

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Trivia: Not really a mistake, because it's said by a desperate man, but it amused me. Bond's got the DEA traitor hanging over a shark, and the only way the traitor can escape is with Bond's help. He says to Bond "there's 2 million dollars in that suitcase - I'll split it with you". How stupid does he think Bond is? James can either rescue this bloke he obviously wants to kill and get $1 million, or he can let him die and keep all $2 million for himself. Let me think...

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Answer: Dalton was still contracted to play Bond in the next Bond film, Goldeneye. However, due to legal battles between MGM and EON productions, the film was delayed so long that Dalton simply lost interest and quit his role. He said afterwards in 2007 that, "I was supposed to make one more but it was cancelled because MGM and the film's producers got into a lawsuit which lasted for five years. After that, I didn't want to do it any more."

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