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Directors of "Licence To Kill (james Bond 007)"John GlenBirthdate: 15 May 1932, Sunbury-on-Thames, England, UK
Creators of "Licence To Kill (james Bond 007)"Michael G. WilsonBirthdate: 21 January 1942, New York City, New York, USARichard MaibaumBirthdate: 26 May 1909, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Licence To Kill (james Bond 007)"Los Angeles TimesMay 20, 2014
Every once in a while, [the Bond series] pulls in its stomach, pops the gun from its cummerbund, arches its eyebrow and gets off another bull's-eye. The newest, Licence to Kill, is probably one of the five or six best of Bond.Orlando SentinelMay 20, 2014
If the series is ever going to return to its Connery-era glory, it definitely needs some new writers, ones who know how to streamline a story and keep the dialogue tight.Chicago TribuneMay 20, 2014
Dalton revives the cool, ironic detachment of the Connery years, but he also allows a touch of obsession to show through Bond`s surface aplomb.Philadelphia InquirerMay 20, 2014
With Dalton straightening out Bond for the second time, Licence to Kill continues the salvage operation begun in The Living Daylights and rescues a series that was in danger of shooting itself in the foot. With a Walther PPK, of course.TIME MagazineOctober 13, 2008
The Bond women are pallid mannequins, and so is the misused Dalton -- a moving target in a Savile Row suit. For every plausible reason, he looks as bored in his second Bond film as Sean Connery did in his sixth.VarietyOctober 13, 2008
The thrills-and-spills chases are superbly orchestrated as pic spins at breakneck speed through its South Florida and Central American locations.Lyles' Movie FilesNovember 02, 2015
Some of 007's earlier adventures fail to hold up, but in a post-'Taken' world, 'Licence to Kill' certainly aged well and is a under-appreciated gem in the Bond catalog.South Florida Sun-SentinelMay 20, 2014
Licence to Kill gets better as it unfolds for more than two hours. It just takes an insufferably long while to find the right pace.Philadelphia Daily NewsMay 20, 2014
Licence to Kill ranks as one of the best of the 16 Bond films, thanks to Dalton's athletic, tough and deadly new 007.Christian Science MonitorMay 20, 2014
As unlikely as it seems, Mr. Dalton actually appears to be growing in the Bond role, which is potentially stifling because its own popularity has so rigidly defined it.People MagazineMay 20, 2014
This series' record of maintaining an admirable level of quality stays intact, even if this film might best be used as a cinematic appetizer to see before renting a tape of one of the Connery or Moore classics.Empire MagazineMay 20, 2014
He may look the part, but Timothy Dalton fails the boots, the scuba gear, or the automobiles left him by Moore and Connery.
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