The recovery of a microchip off the body of a fellow agent leads James Bond to a mad industrialist who plans to create a worldwide microchip monopoly by destroying California’s Silicon Valley.
“A View to a Kill” is a James Bond movie released in 1985. It was the 14th installment in the James Bond film series and the last to feature Roger Moore as James Bond. The movie was directed by John Glen and produced by Albert R. Broccoli.
In the movie, Bond is tasked with investigating the suspicious activities of Max Zorin, a wealthy industrialist who is planning to destroy Silicon Valley and dominate the world’s microchip market. Along the way, Bond teams up with geologist Stacey Sutton and fights off Zorin’s henchmen, including the deadly May Day.
The movie features a theme song by Duran Duran, which became a hit in the charts. The movie was generally well-received by audiences and critics, although some criticized it for its over-the-top action sequences and lack of originality.