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Diamonds Are Forever

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United Kingdom, United States · 1971
Rated PG · 2h 0m
Director Guy Hamilton
Starring Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood
Genre Action, Adventure, Thriller

When diamonds are stolen only to be sold again in the international market, James Bond infiltrates a smuggling mission to discover the identities of those behind the crime. The mission takes him to glittering Las Vegas, where Bond meets Ernest Blofeld, his archenemy and the leader of a shadowy organization.

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TV Guide Magazine by

The Las Vegas locations sizzle and the script at least has the good sense not to take itself too seriously.


Empire by Ian Nathan

Connery has a ball with great stunts, snappy dialogue and a bevy of typically Bondish beauties.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Whatever connection Bond had to the real world has now been severed in favor of delivering the most satisfying possible experience for audiences, such as a throwaway scene of Q using an electromagnetic device to beat the slot machines or allowing homosexual henchmen Wint and Kidd to devise elaborate (and yet easily escapable) traps.


The New York Times by Vincent Canby

Diamonds Are Forever is great, absurd fun, not only because it recalls the moods and manners of the sixties (which, being over, now seem safely comprehensible), but also because all of the people connected with the movie obviously know what they are up to.

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