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FilmLicence to Kill (1989)

Category: Espionage
Sky:193Virgin:175Freesat:154
Fri 13 Oct
12:10am-1:50am (1 hour 40 minutes)
Certificate : 15 Subtitles Audio Described

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Certificate 15 film being shown before the "Watershed"
This is a good film , but contains some graphic scenes of death and torture. Hence its "15" rated certificate. Its not really suitable for nationwide mid-afternoon broadcast as planned for today(10/4/2016) by ITV at 4:10 - 6:40pm
Paul   10:27am Sun 10 Apr Report Abuse

very boring
very boring
very boring   8:16am Sat 5 Feb Report Abuse

I love the scene
where bond pushes the pilot out of a light plane by detaching the door he's grasping and evecting him. The pilots still hung onto the door while he's falling! Hillariuos, why bother hanging onto the door?
edna   6:20pm Wed 13 Oct Report Abuse

Good Movie
This is a good movie. I don't know if it's a good 007 movie but it's a good movie. Great cast.
Jade   7:43pm Sat 24 Jan Report Abuse

Bond
Bond is Back, and this time there it's personinal and nothing will stop him. James Bond goes AWOL and embarks on an unauthorised mission to avenge an attack on an old friend, who has fallen foul of drug-dealers -but without the law on his side, he is hard-pressed to complete his mission. Action adventure, starring Timothy Dalton, Robert Davi, Carey Lowell, and Talisa Soto. Look out for an early appearance from Benicio Del Toro as the obligatory evil henchman. Including Entertainment News Update
If I told you, I afrade I'd have to kill you   4:34pm Sat 24 Jan Report Abuse

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James Bond plans revenge on a drug baron who maimed his friend. However, when the British government refuses to take official action, 007 finds himself stripped of his licence to kill and forced to go it alone without the backing of MI6. Spy thriller, starring Timothy Dalton, Robert Davi, Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto and Benicio Del Toro

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