James Bond gets all the glory. But it's his enemies which make each Bond film unique. Join us at Row House Cinema
7/20-7/26 to see Goldfinger, Zorin, Janus, and others vs. 007 onscreen!
— Goldfinger (1964)
— A View to a Kill (1985)
— GoldenEye (1995)
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— James Bond (Sean Connery) finds himself investigating Auric Goldfinger, a gold dealer who the Bank of England suspects is stockpiling huge amounts of gold bullion. 007 soon uncovers a far more sinister plot called Operation Grand Slam and has a fair bit of bowler-hat-dodging to do from Goldfinger's manservant, Oddjob.
A View to a Kill (1985)
— Bond (Roger Moore) takes on one of his most maniacal villians to date, Max Zorin (Christopher Walken), a leading French Industrialist. Zorin plans to detonate a series of explosions in the Silicon Valley causing an earthquake so he can get his hands on the world's leading microchip market. It is up to 007 to stop him!
— When a powerful satellite system goes missing, Bond (Pierce Brosnan) is the only one who can stop those behind it. Sent to recover the weapon dubbed «GoldenEye», Bond must investigate the Janus Syndicate, who have stolen the weapon from a Russian research facility. James finds that he is up against an enemy who happens to be an old friend, and knows his every move.