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The Man With the Golden Gun


Guy Hamilton

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About the Movie

In this 9th entry in the James Bond series, Agent 007 (Roger Moore) is assigned to retrieve the world's only device (the "Solex") that can be utilized to harness the sun's energy. A hair-raising car chase through Bangkok and a stunning confrontation with an entire martial arts school leads Bond to Hong Kong and the island hideaway of mysterious international hit man Francisco Scaramanga, who uses tailor-made gold bullets and his signature gold pistol on his contract victims. Based on the novel by Ian Fleming.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 44
  • Fresh: 20
  • Rotten: 24
  • Average Rating: 5.4/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: If you enjoyed the early Bond films as much as I did, you'd better skip this one. – Nora Sayre, New York Times, Sep 8, 2015

Rotten: The best Bonds, like the car that twirls, were sly without quite getting silly. The best Bonds also had Sean Connery, whose absence is sorely felt here. – Jay Cocks, TIME Magazine, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: Roger Moore's Bond has got a rough deal over the year, but whilst this takes itself a little too lightly it has a lot going for it. – Ian Freer, Empire Magazine, Jun 24, 2010

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Customer Reviews

probably the worst Bond ever.

Just look at the Karate sequence in the preview. Enough said.

Not good

Of all the Bond movies, this is my least favorite. It's COMPLETELY different then the book by Ian Fleming. This take did have a lot of potential but was ruined by silliness and terrible stunts. Roger Moore's next outing as Bond was a better effort and more successful. This is the Last of the Bond movies to watch. Strangely enough, it was directed by the same man who directed Goldfinger...........

Not bad

It's not the worst but the karate was horrible