Live and Let Die | Chicago Reader

Live and Let Die

Roger Moore, in his first time out in the part, made a sexless and vaguely smarmy James Bond. But by this point (1973) the Bond series seemed to be losing its inspiration anyway. Guy Hamilton's direction lacks enthusiasm and pace, while even the art direction—long the Bond films' real secret weapon—seems to have fallen to a shrunken budget. Not much fun.

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