Movies on the Big Screen as They Were Meant To Be Seen.
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
Dir: Michael Apted
When billionaire oil tycoon Sir Robert King - a personal friend of M’s - is assassinated, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) is assigned to protect the man's daughter from KGB-agent-turned-terrorist Renaud (THE FULL MONTY's Robert Carlyle). But the young woman is hardly the innocent she seems: Elektra King's involvement in a plot to manipulate oil prices could get all of Istanbul vaporized. Helmed by veteran director Michael Apted (COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, the UP documentaries), this action-packed thriller features such familiar faces as Denise Richards (playing a nuclear physicist), a pre-HARRY POTTER Robbie Coltrane and Desmond Llewelyn in his final appearance as that master of lethal gadgets, Q.
Dir: Lewis Gilbert
James Bond goes to space in his 11th outing, which stars Roger Moore as Bond and the gorgeous Lois Chiles as his love interest. Richard Kiel is back from THE SPY WHO LOVED ME as imposing villain Jaws, and production designer Ken Adam’s spectacular sets make this one of the most visually striking films in the series.
Dir: Allan Dwan
Douglas Fairbanks stars as D’Artagnan in this rip-roaring adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’s series of novels. When the newly born heir to King Louis XIII’s kingdom surprisingly has a twin, the baby is smuggled away to Spain to ensure the peaceful future of France. D’Artagnan is enlisted by Cardinal Richelieu to look after the hidden prince. Many years later, after Richelieu’s death, the nefarious Rochefort kidnaps the new king and disguises him with an imposing iron mask, replacing the ruler with his twin. Can D’Artagnan save the abducted king and return the country to stability?