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  1. FISCHER's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Certainement un des moins brillants films du genre, qui n'arrive jamais à égaler en suspense, humour et décontraction les déjà nombreuses précédentes réalisations... www.cinefiches.com

  2. Sarah J.B.'s rating of the film Live and Let Die

  3. Raymond Likes Subtitles's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Not one of the best classic Bonds and one of the least PC ones even for Bond. Still an entertaining popcorn movie.

  4. Tutu888's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Bond (Roger Moore) walks like a zombie through this film which is the first in the series which is more dependant on humour than on action. Extra star for the best title song in the franchise.

  5. James Mackin's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Bond does blaxploitation, and it's more fun and less offensive than you think it would be.

  6. Steve G.'s rating of the film Live and Let Die

    A splendid start to Roger Moore's Bond run, Sean Connery must have been kicking himself that he didn't choose this as his 007 swansong. Nonetheless, it cranks up the one-liners to suit Moore, adds a vicious streak in line with its odd horror / blaxploitation and crime crossover plot, and also has the best Bond theme ever. Butterhook!

  7. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Appropriation of uncharacteristic genres, such as horror & "blaxploitation", makes this one of the strangest of all Bond films. First half, full of hidden worlds, blurred identities & Rivette-like conspiracies, is GREAT; the atmosphere fraught, the action intense, often frightening! Third act introduction of "shit-kicker" cop + phantasmagoria of voodoo magic turns the whole thing messy, but it's still tremendous fun.

  8. Tom Cottey's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    The best outing with Roger Moore as James Bond.

  9. Matthew Horvath's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    My second favorite Bond-flick! REASONS: Best Bond Girl - Jane Seymour (HOT!). The super-cool slam-bang theme-song from Paul McCartney. And an unflappable Roger Moore (before he got too old) jumping on the backs of crocodiles, hilariously infiltrating '70's Harlem, and fighting Voodoo worshippers. The "funeral" in New Orleans, at the beginning, is genius! Tom Mankiewicz is a marvel at writing dialogue. Fun times!

  10. G. Gregorius Dewamanyu's rating of the film Live and Let Die

  11. msmichel's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Moore's entry into the series resulted in fresh breath for the Bond series with the best entry since 'Goldfinger'. Moore makes the role his own enabled by a good story, excellent stunt work, a memorable villian and a more than memorable 'Bond Girl' the film debut of the beautiful Jane Seymour as Solitaire. Though very much a product of the early seventies the film stands out more than some of the earlier outings.

  12. Easton Dubois's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    What did let do to deserve to die?

  13. John Smith's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Its Bond... On the Bayou again a bad b-movie bond.

  14. Catarina C Gomes's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    This freaked me out as a child

  15. Adam Slusar's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Live and Let Die is a solid debut for Roger Moore and the best of the Bond films written by Tom Mankiewicz, with great villains, a memorable leading lady, and enough stuntwork and suspense to compensate for what was generally missing in Diamonds Are Forever. Hands down, it also contains one of the greatest boat chases in history.

  16. Tigrão's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    There isn't the slightest trace of script or plot in that film, but it's still very well directed and pretty cool with all the voodoo shit.

  17. gloryofistanbul's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    They dont make Bond like this anymore

  18. HKFanatic's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Roger Moore didn't get off to the best start. Seeing a posh, effete James Bond walking around 70's-era, poverty-stricken Harlem kinda robs the film of any entertainment value.

  19. Christopher Scott Zeidel's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    There are some fun moments in Live and Let Die, but it is not one of the better entries in the series.

  20. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Roger Moore's only good Bond movie. Jane Seymour is ridiculously hot and Yaphet Kotto is the boss of all bosses, which goes without saying.

  21. superbad71's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    This is my favourite Bond!! Roger's reinvention of Bond as a cheeky rogue for me has always been one of my favourite aspects of the entire series. It has one of the best collections of villains in any film, hilarious J.W. Pepper, the smouldering Jayne Seymour, elements of Blaxploitation movies, voodoo subplot, George Martin score, it has it all. I can see why it would upset purists, but it is just so much fun!

  22. Johnny DuBiel's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Much is to be liked and maligned in Roger Moore's debut. He would eventually become far too old for the role, but he exudes charisma without having to channel Connery, and makes a very good Bond in his first few outings. This one has some memorable villains and one of the best Bond girls in Solitaire, but it is an incredibly reactionary film in style, borrowing from blaxploitation and car chase flicks from the era

  23. Spencer Draper's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    This film completely changed my life and is my perennial favorite. Yes this is the blaxploitation Bond, but it is too much damn fun. Moore steps in with refined boldness.Fantastic score and song, with a devilishly witty script. Definitive moments that aren't too fantastic-done in grand style.

  24. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film Live and Let Die

    Moore's first step in the shoes of the ultimate spy. nostalgic 70s fashion, great entertainment.

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