Thunderball :- Watch Thunderball on Youtube on Fire, THE popular image of James Bond as the man who has everything, already magnificently developed in three progressively more compelling films, is now being cheerfully expanded beyond any possible chance of doubt in this latest and most handsome screen rendering of an Ian Fleming novel, “Thunderball.” Now Mr. Fleming’s superhero, still performed by Sean Connery and guided through this adventure by the director of his first two, Terence Young, has not only power over women, miraculous physical reserves, skill in perilous maneuvers and knowledge of all things great and small, but he also has a much better sense of humor than he has shown in his previous films. And this is the secret ingredient that makes “Thunderball” the best of the lot. This time old Double-Oh Seven, which is Mr. Bond’s code number in the British intelligence service he so faithfully and tirelessly adorns, is tossing quips faster and better then he did even in “From Russia With Love,” and he is viewing his current adventure with more gaiety and aplomb. I think you will, too. In this creation of superman travesty, which arrived yesterday at the reopened Paramount, the Sutton, Cinema II and twoscore or more other theaters in the metropolitan area. Bond is engaged in discovering who hijacked two nuclear bombs in a NATO aircraft over Europe and is secretly holding them for a ransom of £100 million. That in itself is fairly funny fanciful and absurd in the same way as are all the problems that require the attention of Bond.
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Action, Adventure, Thriller
Release: 22 December 1965 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 7.0/10
Director: Terence Young
Stars: Sean Connery, Claudine Auger, Adolfo Celi