Year: 1964
Director: Guy Hamilton
Producer: Albert Broccoli/Harry Saltzman
Writer: Ian Fleming
Cast: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Frobe, Harold Sakata, Bernard Lee, Lois Maxwell
The original and the best to many fans. A minimum of the big, ridiculous action that comes to epitomise the series before every 10 yearly 'reboot' (the current one's taking place right now with the release of Casino Royale).

Endlessly quotable dialogue the first and best in a long line of larger than life evil sidekicks in oddjob and Freudian-named leading ladies in Honor Blackman's Pussy Galore.

When Bond investigates the enigmatic businessman Auric Goldinger, he uncovers a plot to destroy the gold reserves locked inside Fort Knox with an atomic bomb, rendering Goldfinger's own stash the most valuable in the world.

As familiar and comfortable as an old blanket.

© 2011-2024 Filmism.net. Site design and programming by psipublishinganddesign.com | adambraimbridge.com | humaan.com.au