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Original Title: Licence To Kill

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James Bond is on possibly his most brutal mission yet. Bond's good friend, Felix Leiter, is left near death, by drug baron Franz Sanchez. Bond sets off on the hunt for Sanchez, but not everyone is happy. MI6 does not feel Sanchez is their problem and strips Bond of his license to kill making Bond more dangerous than ever. Bond gains the aid of one of Leiter's friends, known as Pam Bouvier and sneaks his way into the drug factories, which Sanchez owns. Will Bond be able to keep his identity secret, or will Sanchez see Bond's true intentions?
Shortly after an important drug bust, CIA agent Felix Leiter gets married, but when the drug lord he arrested escape and kills his wife and mutilates Leiter his old friend British agent James Bond seeks revenge. When "M" orders 007 to drop the matter and start a new assignment, Bond deserts Her Majesty's Secret Service and embarks on a world wide personal vendetta to kill those responsible.
This movie had some bad luck, surely lost some of the earnings to rival movies in the summer of 1989. Sequels to both Lethal Weapon(2nd) and Indiana Jones(3rd) series made things tough for this movie becoming an absolute blockbuster success.

And sadly to be the second and last Timothy Dalton show as 007, when the James Bond project was put on ice for a while after this film. Mark IV in the continuing story of the MI6 agent was abruptly ended here. But the movie itself didn't show any signs of that at the time:

Bond/Dalton here goes into a psychological and personal war with a drug baron, who kills someone close to him. Too personal according by his boss (M) standards, who gets forced to put Bond off duty, almost by violence.

The script was kind of fresh thinking, after almost too many "cold war"-stuff during the 80's, with Russians and so. This movie has the most Down To Earth-feeling of every 80's Bond. Dalton playing a frustrated but patient man, with everything he can squeeze out of his acting talent.

The girls who adorn this movie are well casted. Carey Lowell as a tough and smart, independent woman, who's love to 007 grows during the trip. Talisa Soto is the wonder beauty, kept imprisoned by the movie's villain just as a trophy, and for amusement. Both gets struck by 007 charm and (of course) falling in love with him.

Robert Davi is excellent as the cold, mean drug producer/dealer who plans to avoid interruptions of his business by recruit - what he think is - loyal and devoted men. One James Bond was never taken into account....

Q (Desmond Llewelyn) gets a bigger part than before in this, which contributes to more of that human feeling in the movie. Backing up (of course) with gadgets and some other achievements, in a more personal way than ever before...quite touching.

But...sadly this was the last 007 movie for six long years. The production team struggled with a lot of things for years, Dalton got impatient and restless over the inertia. The contract over four movies broke up somewhere in the early 90's, and we never got the pleasure to see further character development from Timothy Dalton as James Bond.

Very daunting at the time that was for me; I thought he left with his best 007 movie still to do.

But otherwise, the quite long pause that was to come, turn out pretty well. This is Timothy Dalton's second and final appearance playing James Bond, and the mission takes him to track down drug baron Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), who left Bond's good friend, Felix Leiter (David Hedison) near death. Feeling that Sanchez should be the least of Bond's worries, MI6 chief M strips 007 of his license to kill. This leaves Bond sneaking away to find Sanchez unofficially.

Full of vengeance and suspense, this is one of the most serious Bond films. Unlike Connery and Moore, Dalton gave Bond's character more emotions and realism; this is evident in the scenes where 007 cries over the lifeless body his friend's wife, and him showing anger and confusion when he was stripped of his license to kill. While Connery and Moore displayed more levels of confidence and suaveness, and having a somewhat superficial personality and unphased emotions, Dalton showed more feelings that are more inclined to everyday people, and even displayed much drama (such as in the scene when he argued about his priority assignments with M). It's a huge contrast, but all acted out very well in the story.

This movie is full of thrilling non-stop action, and villains you would love to hate and root against, most notably, Franz Sanchez. And, this movie features the biggest role that Q (Desmond Llewelyn) has. Q has always had a somewhat cynical and frustrated working relationship with Connery and Moore's Bond, as well as with Pierce Brosnan's Bond. However, in this movie, Q has a more rapport relationship with Dalton's Bond and even showed concern in his well-being.

With all these elements, along with a solid plot, this is one unique 007 movie and a good one to close out Dalton's brief but touching portrayal of the agent.

Grade B+ For all its clever updatings, stylish action and witty escapism, Licence to Kill is still a little too much by the book. Mr. Dalton is perfectly at home as an angry Bond, and as a romantic lead and as an action hero, but he never seems to blend any two of those qualities at once.
When, on his wedding night, ex-CIA agent Felix Leiter (David Hedison) (now with the Drug Enforcement Administration) is fed to a great white shark and his wife Della (Priscilla Barnes) is raped and murdered by thugs working for Latin American drug lord Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), 007 agent James Bond (Timothy Dalton) defies direct orders from MI6 chief M (Robert Brown), surrenders his gun and license to kill, and goes rogue in order to infiltrate the drug organization and seek revenge against Sanchez. Aided by Leiter's CIA friend Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell) along with Sanchez' mistress Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto), Bond soon learns that there is much more to it than his personal vendetta. All of the James Bond movies from 1962 until 1990, and again from 2006 onward, are based, in some part, upon novels or stories by British author Ian Fleming [1908-1964]. Although Licence to Kill is the first Bond film not to take its title or overall storyline from an original James Bond story, there are some elements of Fleming's works in the movie. The scenes with Felix Leiter being fed to a shark, Bond's revenge against the man most directly responsible for maiming Felix, and Franz Sanchez and his minions hiding smuggled drugs inside fish tanks were taken from the original novel of Live and Let Die (1954). In the book, however, Leiter loses his arm as well as parts of his leg, and in subsequent books, he has a prosthesis. Also, in the original novel, the villain (an Afro-Caribbean spymaster working for the Russians) is smuggling recovered pirate treasure instead of drugs. The character of Milton Krest (Anthony Zerbe) and his yacht the Wavekrest was featured in "The Hildebrand Rarity", a short story in For Your Eyes Only (1960), a collection of five James Bond short stories. Krest's weapon of choice—a stingray tail used as a whip—was given to the film's villain, Sanchez. The remainder of the film is from an original screenplay crafted by American screenwriters Michael G. Wilson and Richard Maibaum. The screenplay was subsequently novelized by John Gardner. The title song, Licence to Kill, is performed by American soul singer Gladys Knight. The song that plays during the closing credits is If You Asked Me To, performed by American R&B singer Patti LaBelle. The movie starts with Bond, Felix Leiter, and Sharkey (Frank McRae) driving across Hwy 1 from the Florida mainland to the West Keys where Bond is going to be best man at Felix's wedding. After Felix is severely wounded by Sanchez, Bond vows to avenge him. His vendetta takes him to the Bahamas, first to Cay Sal Bank where he boards the Wavekrest looking for Sanchez, then to the Barrelhead Bar on the island of Bimini where he links up with Felix's informant Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell). From there, Bond and Pam travel to the fictitious Isthmus City (said to be patterned after Panama) where they wreck havoc on Sanchez's drug trade. Earlier in the movie, during the wedding scenes, Felix asks Bond to hand him Della's framed photo. As Bond watches, Felix slips the disk behind it. Bond and Sharkey visit every shipping firm in the Keys. At the firm run by Milton Krest, he notices the flowers from Felix' wedding boutonniere on the floor. It's certainly not enough evidence to implicate anyone but Bond knows it belonged to his friend. Additionally, one of the employees at the Ocean Exotica fails to recognize the Latin term for a great white shark. At the end of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) (1969), Bond married Tracy Di Vincenzo (Diana Rigg), but she was shot by Blofeld as they were stopped along the highway on their way to their honeymoon. (Many fans have noted that if Bond's Aston-Martin, supplied to him by Q, had included a bulletproof windscreen (windshield), Tracy would have been protected and lived.) As it stands, Bond feels tremendous guilt for Tracy's death. See the pre-title teaser of For Your Eyes Only (1981) for another reference to Tracy. Sanchez increases the pressure inside the chamber to perhaps nine times normal air pressure. The human body can take that pressure—and has to when deep diving, which is why the Wavekrest has such a device onboard. However, under such circumstances, the body breathes in air which is strongly compressed (containing substantially more oxygen and nitrogen molecules than air under normal pressure). When Sanchez cuts the pipe with an axe, the sudden release of air pressure—the sudden drop from nine atmospheres to one—causes all the gasses that have been taken in the lungs and the blood to start expanding violently. This results in the body exploding from its own internal pressure. The Olympatec Meditation Institute (OMI), a cover for Sanchez's cocaine manufacturing plant. As Bond and Sanchez battle it out on the back of the oil tanker, now rolling out of control, it runs off the road and down a hillside. Bond crawls away from the truck, but Sanchez suddenly appears soaked in gasoline and wielding a machete. As Sanchez prepares to swing the machete, Bond slips from his pocket the engraved cigarette lighter presented to him by Felix and Della on their wedding day and asks, "Don't you want to know why?" Sanchez pauses mid-swing, noticing the engraving. Bond suddenly flicks the lighter toward Sanchez, and the flame ignites his gasoline-soaked clothes. On fire, Sanchez stumbles into the wrecked truck, blowing up both it and himself. Just then, Pam drives by in Bond's abandoned cab and gives Bond a ride back to the city. Several days later, while at a party being hosted by Lupe Lamora, Bond is seen in a brief phone conversation with Felix, who tells him that he's soon to be discharged from the hospital and informs Bond that M called, saying he may have a job for Bond (hinting that M wants him to return to 00 status). After kissing Bond for all his help, Lupe suggests that he stay there with her, but Bond excuses himself when he sees Pam run off in tears after witnessing their kiss. He follows Pam to the swimming pool and jumps in the water, pulling her in with him. In the final scene, after they've kissed, Pam asks "Why don't you wait until you're asked?" (echoing what he said in their first encounter after the fight at the Barrelhead Bar.) Bond replies with what she said at the time, "Well, why don't you ask me?" and they continue kissing. To obtain a PG-13 rating, some scenes of Licence to Kill had been altered. This version was later on published on VHS as well and an uncensored version of this movie was unavailable. Even the first DVD editions were cut and for years, and only some LaserDisc releases were completely uncensored. With the Ultimate Edition reissues on DVD the uncut version finally made its way to DVD as well.
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