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"James Bond is out on his own and out for revenge."
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In this sixteenth bond film, James Bond, Agent 007, takes on violent drug lord Franz Sanchez, who has escaped the custody of the DEA. After Bond's friend and CIA contact, Felix Leiter, is left for dead, and his wife murdered by Sanchez's men, Bond goes on a personal crusade to find and kill Sanchez against the orders of the British government.

Bond enlists the help of an ex-CIA pilot Pam Bouvier, who joins him in Isthmus City to find Sanchez. Bond quickly finds that Sanchez is virtually untouchable due to his bribery of government officials and the police. After a botched hit against Sanchez, Bond narrowly escapes with his life. Believing Bond to be a rogue agent, Sanchez hires Bond into his organization. Bond proceeds to pit Sanchez and key members of his organization against each other.

During a tour of Sanchez's home base, Bond is recognized by one of Sanchez's men and his deception is revealed. Bond and his pilot must now face the fight of their lives to free themselves from Sanchez's grasp and bring down his operation once and for all.

Licence to Kill is an Adventure, Action, Thriller movie that was released in 1989 and has a run time of 2 hr 13 min. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.6 and a MetaScore of 58.

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R
| 1989 | 2 hr 13 min | 6.6/10 | 58/100
Cast
Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Robert Davi, Talisa Soto
Director
John Glen
Produced By
Albert R. Broccoli, Michael G. Wilson
Language
English
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Also starring Timothy Dalton

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