Because it is also the 19th James Bond movie, it comes with so much history that one reviews it like wine, comparing it to earlier famous vintages; I guess that's part of the fun. This is a good one. Instead of summarizing the plot, let's tick off the Bond trademarks and see how they measure up: 1.
Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. The film's plot revolves around the assassination of billionaire Sir Robert King by the terrorist Renard, and Bond's subsequent assignment to protect King's daughter Elektra, who had previously been held for ransom by Renard. During his assignment, Bond unravels a scheme to increase petroleum prices by triggering a nuclear meltdown in the waters of Istanbul. It was also the first Eon -produced Bond film to be officially released under the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer label instead of United Artists , the original owner and distributor of the film franchise.
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It's almost-great and almost-terrible, featuring maybe the best and worst Bond women of all time in one film and at times dances oh-so close to ridiculousness. In the end The World Is Not Enough embodies almost everything that people love, and also love to mock, about the franchise. This begins with the after-effects of a political kidnapping: some time ago, rich heiress Elektra King Sophie Marceau was taken hostage by a fearsome terrorist named Victor "Renard" Zokas Robert Carlisle. Although Elektra escaped in the end, her father Sir Robert King — an oil tycoon — and the British spy agency MI6 botched the rescue attempt, leaving her in Renard's clutches for a terrifyingly long time.