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  1. MisterColo93's rating of the film Octopussy

    2.2/5 Not exacty the best Bond movie ever made

  2. Louis Léonard's rating of the film Octopussy

  3. _Lilith_'s rating of the film Octopussy

    I've seen this ten times. All I remember are the fabergé egg and clown getup.

  4. Cyril Schreiber's rating of the film Octopussy

  5. James Mackin's rating of the film Octopussy

    Despite the name, it's slightly better than you think it'd be.

  6. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Octopussy

    Big fan of Glen's muscular action sequences + injection of gritty violence. Pre-title sequence is great (introducing ideas of performance/identity/Bond as chameleon that will continue throughout); post-title sequence of 009 dressed as clown and hunted by two knife-throwing twins through a fairy tale wood is almost Rollin-like in its surrealism; also the train + plane pursuits of the third provide amazing set-pieces.

  7. G. Gregorius Dewamanyu's rating of the film Octopussy

    The Octopussy Palace was a very good movie location.

  8. msmichel's rating of the film Octopussy

    Entertaining Moore outing where the action was revved up but the plot...not so much. One can excuse the blandness of performance, the non-sensity of plot and the fairly blatant cultural stereotypes and simply revel in top notch stunt work and serviceable action. Not amongst the worst of the series but safely in the middle of the pack somewhere.

  9. Easton Dubois's rating of the film Octopussy

    That would give me seven more reasons to like a woman to go along with the other one.

  10. Adam Slusar's rating of the film Octopussy

    Much like Golden Gun, Octopussy often gets a bad rap. But if you can endure a few choice sound effects, as well as the ridiculous clown makeup that Bond dons around the third act, you might see a film with tremendous stunts, a competent plot, fine performances, and many of the staples of Fleming that have been generally missing from the earlier Moore era.

  11. Francisco Pedro's rating of the film Octopussy

    The script needed an extra draft or two, but Octopussy still remains one of the better Roger Moore adventures. Louis Jordan and Maud Adams are both good in otherwise underwritten roles and and the action sequences are the most electrifying of the Moore era. A shame director John Glen allows the slapstick humor of Moonraker to return in the most inappropriate moments. Wonderful John Barry score though.

  12. Neil Bahadur's rating of the film Octopussy

    Honestly, this is the best of the Roger Moore Bond movies.

  13. John Smith's rating of the film Octopussy

    Not a good bond film, its bad but not Peirce Bronson bad, you gotta give it that. P.S. how the fuck did they get away with that title?

  14. Spencer Draper's rating of the film Octopussy

    This film is incomprehensible and plain bad. yet you can't tear yourself away from it. After the great return in FYEO we get this bloated mess that could have easily been better. I gave it five stars-I'm a sucker for 007 in makeup.

  15. Hunter Duesing's rating of the film Octopussy

    An underrated, fun Bond movie. Q and Bond get a lot more time together than usual, with good results.

  16. Pierluigi Puccini's rating of the film Octopussy

    masterful over the top excitement!!! Moore delivers one of his best portrayals of Fleming's super spy...