Steven Berkoff would, in a slightly over the top way, so considering what I'm up to this weekend, let's go with this one...
The thirteenth 007 movie proved to be another lucky strike by the Bond producers, outgrossing the rival Sean Connery Bond movie - Never Say Never Again - which came out a few months after this one.
Taking the title from a short story by Ian Fleming, and weaving the short story in to this plot, this Bond flick takes an "everything but the kitchen sink" approach and it works. Villain Louis Jourdan is fine, and it's nice to see Maud Adams back after her turn in a different role in The Man with the Golden Gun nine years previously.
This Bond flick is unspooling as a part of Crazy Movie Weekend: Bonding with 007 Part 2 - on a fine Blu-Ray - and you can come watch it with us - if you feel like joining us!
Until next post, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!