Costing $30 million, A VIEW TO A KILL is not the worst Bond film ever made, but it's closer to the bottom than to the top of the barrel. In it Roger Moore--making his seventh and reputedly last appearance as James Bond--takes on Max Zorin (Christopher Walken), a microchip tycoon, and May
Day (Grace Jones), Zorin's amazonian playmate. Zorin amuses himself by breeding sure-winner race horses, implanting microchips in them that guarantee they will be the first across the finish line. His real goal, though, is to fill the San Andreas Fault with water, causing a devastating earthquake
that will wipe out Silicon Valley and leave him on top of the microchip heap. Luscious...