Never Say Never Again

1983 • 134 minutes
229 reviews
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Sean Connery returns for his final appearance as James Bond. In this remake of Thunderball, Bond is brought out of retirement to investigate the theft of two nuclear weapons by SPECTRE.
229 reviews
Steve Roman
October 21, 2021
i haven't seen this movie since it first came out. i can only comment on this rather short trailer and the Sean Connery james bond series in general. Sean Connery was a very sophisticated and versatile actor. I've seen every one of the bond movies that he starred in and he was james bond. in this last movie he was visibly older but he managed to make the appropriate adjustments and serve the character quite adequately. that much i remember from seeing the movie once- umteen years ago.
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January 15, 2016
This is simply a film that uses the James Bond name. Without the production values of Albert Broccoli this film fails to deliver the goods. Roger Moore has proven that he is and always will be the best 007 EVER. Sean Connery is also a great Bond, but since he decided to show his graying head to compete with Moore's Bond. He creates a film that belongs at the bottom of the trash can right next to the god awful "On Her Majesty"s Secret Service" It's almost pathetic to see Connery playing to such desperation. "Never Say Never Again" will not be counted as a true Bond film. It sucks and blows big time
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Joshua Peterson
February 22, 2015
This is not an "official" Bond film. It was a cash grab film for people who were clamoring to have Connery back. It was a movie made to satisfy those who would be internet trolls today. It is a remake of Thunderball and it's not nearly as good. I really hate that people think this is a Bond film. It bothers me. It's "underrated" for a reason. It shouldn't exist.
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