On Her Majesty's Secret Service
James Bond tracks archnemesis Ernst Blofeld to a mountaintop retreat where he's training an army of beautiful but lethal women. Along the way, Bond falls for Italian contessa Tracy Draco -- and marries her in order to get closer to Blofeld. Meanwhile, he locates Blofeld in the Alps and embarks on a classic ski chase.
- Stars:George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ilse Steppat, Lois Maxwell, George Baker, Bernard Lee, Bernard Horsfall, Desmond Llewelyn, Yuri Borienko, Virginia North, Geoffrey Cheshire, Irvin Allen, Terence Mountain,
- Director:Peter R. Hunt,
- Writer:Simon Raven (additional dialogue), Richard Maibaum (screenplay)
James Bond woos a mob boss's daughter and goes undercover to uncover the true reason for Blofeld's allergy research in the Swiss Alps that involves beautiful women from around the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
On Her Majesty's Secret Service torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I think it will be grate
(es) wrote: Catherine Zeta Jones does great movies to watch on TV. No Reservations contains a love credible love story and will make you crave for pasta with basil leaves.
(mx) wrote: OH MY GOD. See this movie right now. It is one of the best-worst movies of all time. Plus Taye Diggs is in it to class it up a bit. Dominique Swain plays a slut...how original.
(br) wrote: This has to be better than Bones, right?
(us) wrote: A nice piece of history that a lot of people don't know about. Dennis Quaid makes a great fightin' Irishman, and Tamlyn Tomita and the little girl who plays their daughter are both gorgeous. And it was great to see probably every Asian actor in Hollywood get a chance at a non-stereotypical role. I loved the son whose passion was for crooning American fox-trot tunes. Worth a view.
(fr) wrote: Abbott and Costello meeting a Mummy. This is sure to get your goat going.
(gb) wrote: A remake of the Quebecois film Starbuck, pretty much swaps out the title and drops in Vince Vaughan as the lead but pretty much acts note for note as a remake of the previous film as a gateway into Hollywood for director Ken Scott. Unfortunately even though the premise is still silly and enjoyable to a point, Delivery Man/Starbuck looses some in the translation and probably a good part of that is with Vince Vaughan who is partially miscast in the role particularly with the aspiring father sentimentality which he seems to have some trouble trying to play off convincingly although I get why he was considered since he is always known for some of his screw up comedy persona. Also the fact that it has been done before so enjoyably there is no real surprise here to really make it its own project. Not a complete wash, just one of those cases that you wish the originals were left alone for what they are.