For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only

A British spy ship has sunk and on board was a hi-tech encryption device. James Bond is sent to find the device that holds British launching instructions before the enemy Soviets get to it first.

After disposing of a familiar looking face, Bond is sent to recover a communication device, known as an ATAC, which went down with a British Spy ship as it sunk. Bond must hurry though, as the Russians are also out for this device. On his travels, he also meets Melina Havelock, whose parents were brutally murdered. Bond also encounters both Aristotle Kristatos and Milos Colombo. Each of them are accusing the other of having links with with the Russian's. Bond must team up with Melina, solve who the true ally is and find the ATAC before it's too late. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


For Your Eyes Only torrent reviews

Harman B (kr) wrote: Very funny movie with an interesting story line.

Charles S (kr) wrote: not an awesome movie, but enough really amusing parts to hide my disappointment

Charlie G (au) wrote: Two devoted partners who work well together

MARIJA D (ru) wrote: predictable, nothing special

Brian M (mx) wrote: This was released only 3 months after Michael Moore's FAHRENHEIT 9/11 and it covers a lot of the same stuff. Still it's all interesting even though we'll probably never find out the truth. How did Bush become a National Guard pilot with a test score of 25 out of 100? Palast talks about the Bush Cycle -- Bush campaigns are funded by big execs of corporations -> a Bush gets in office -> big execs get government contracts -> a Bush makes board of directors of those corporations. Palast also mentions the Bush family's connection with the Saudi royal family; how the Saudis invested money into Bush's failed companies in order to get protection when a Bush became president. The part that got my attention though was about the 2000 election. Apparently, 94-thousand voters weren't allowed to vote because Jeb Bush hired a private company to create a voter/felon list. Felons aren't allowed to vote in Florida, but 95% of the people listed were NOT felons. The list was not verified due to a directive for Jeb Bush's office. Dubya ended up winning Florida by 537 votes according to Katherine Harris, who just so happened to be the co-chairperson of the Bush campaign in Florida. Oh, and you gotta love Operation Iraqi Liberation (OIL). When Bush decided to go to war in Iraq, what was it he told the Iraqi people? Oh yeah, "In any conflict, your fate will depend on your action. Do not destroy oil wells, a source of wealth that belongs to the Iraqi people." Personally, I wouldn't be surprised if the 22nd Amendment gets rewritten before the year is over in order to allow a person to be elected president more than twice.

Tyler E (fr) wrote: dont care, i like it

Aaron M (us) wrote: Another classic, not all sequels like up to there counterparts but heres an exception. Another strong Disney film with lots of laughs for the whole family.

Joey T (es) wrote: Better than average 80's horror movie.

Kevin B (us) wrote: Great first installment, good second installment, OK third installment, and the fourth is the best.

Spencer S (us) wrote: Before Woody Allen shifted into serious character dramedies with his revolutionary film "Annie Hall" he made satires and screwball comedies like this one. Over the edge hilarious and completely absurd, "Bananas" is one of the best political satires of the seventies. Playing off of the South American revolutions of the time, and their cyclical nature, Allen stars as a nebbish version of himself who tries to be politically relevant just to get laid. Screwball in its entirety, the film speaks on the complications of foreign policy while also being absolutely ridiculous and funny. If you love the likes of Mel Brooks or the Zucker Brothers, this is going to be a film you will fall for easily.

Tighe G (au) wrote: Brilliant, one of Macy's best performances. And, Laura Dern is fantastic as always

Mohammed A (fr) wrote: It's good movie to watch