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GoldenEye

Promotional poster for GoldenEye
James Bond Pierce Brosnan
Also starring Sean Bean
Izabella Scorupco
Famke Janssen
Judi Dench
Directed by Martin Campbell
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli (consulting producer, uncredited)
Michael G. Wilson
Barbara Broccoli
Novel/Story by Michael France
Screenplay by Jeffrey Caine
Bruce Feirstein
Cinematography Phil Meheux
Music by Éric Serra
Main theme GoldenEye
   Composer Bono
The Edge
   Performer Tina Turner
Editing by Terry Rawlings
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) November 17, 1995
Running time 130 min
Budget $US 58,000,000
Worldwide gross $US 350.7 million
Preceded by Licence to Kill
Followed by Tomorrow Never Dies
.GoldenEye is the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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^ Reminiscent of the 007 films, this award winning spy series stars Paget Brewster (THE SPECIALS) as...
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.Released in 1995, the film was directed by Martin Campbell and unlike previous Bond films, is unrelated to the works of novelist Ian Fleming.^ Building a Better Bond (International: English title: informal short title) Directing Bond: The Martin Chronicles (2006) (V) ....
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[1] The story was conceived and written by Michael France, with later collaboration by other writers. .In the film, Bond fights to prevent an arms syndicate from using the GoldenEye satellite weapon against London in order to cause a global financial meltdown.^ Weapons In Goldeneye: Rogue Agent, you can use a dual wielding system.
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^ Shield Bash: Turn on your goldeneye shield and use a melee attack against an enemy.
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.GoldenEye was released in 1995 after legal disputes forced a six-year hiatus in the series, during which Timothy Dalton resigned from the role of James Bond and was replaced by Pierce Brosnan.^ Plot Summary: Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond.
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^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Plot Summary: James Bond has a mission to recover the 'Goldeneye' access key.
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M was also recast, with actress Judi Dench becoming the first woman to portray the character replacing Robert Brown. .GoldenEye was the first Bond film made after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, which provided a background for the plot.^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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^ Americans and Soviets in the Cold War.
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.The film accumulated a worldwide gross of $US 350.7 million - considerably better than Dalton's films, without taking inflation into account.^ The scene was filmed in single takes without closing the streets.
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[2] Some critics viewed the film as a modernisation of the series, and felt Brosnan was a definite improvement over his predecessor.[3][4][5] .The film also received award nominations for "Best Achievement in Special Effects" and "Best Sound" from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.^ Elton 60: Live at Madison Square Garden (Australia) 4th Irish Film and Television Awards (2007) (TV) ....
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^ Reminiscent of the 007 films, this award winning spy series stars Paget Brewster (THE SPECIALS) as...
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Contents

Plot

.In 1986, MI6 agents 007 (James Bond, played by Pierce Brosnan) and 006 (Alec Trevelyan, played by Sean Bean), infiltrate an illicit Soviet chemical weapons facility at Arkhangelsk and plant explosive charges.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ In James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, players will answer the question: ''What would James Bond...
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^ Defence Minister Dimitri Mishkin, murdered by British agent James Bond, himself shot while trying to escape.
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.Trevelyan is apparently captured and shot dead by Colonel Arkady Ourumov (Gottfried John), but Bond steals an airplane and escapes from the facility as it explodes.^ Defence Minister Dimitri Mishkin, murdered by British agent James Bond, himself shot while trying to escape.
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.Nine years later (1995), Bond arrives in Monte Carlo to follow Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), a suspected member of the Janus crime syndicate, who has formed a suspicious relationship with a Canadian Navy admiral.^ Current suspected links to the Janus crime syndicate, St Petersburg.
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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She murders the admiral to allow Ourumov (now a General) to steal his identity. .The next day, they steal a prototype Eurocopter Tiger helicopter that can withstand an electromagnetic pulse, despite Bond's efforts to stop them.^ What you are about to see is Europe's answer to the electronic battlefield: the first working prototype of the Tiger helicopter.
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.They fly it to a bunker in Severnaya, where they massacre the staff and steal the control disk for the dual GoldenEye satellite weapons.^ Weapons In Goldeneye: Rogue Agent, you can use a dual wielding system.
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^ As you know, hours ago, a secret weapons system - codename GoldenEye - was detonated over Severnaya.
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^ They used the chopper to steal a nuclear weapon.
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The two program one of the GoldenEye satellites to destroy the complex with an electromagnetic pulse, and escape with genius programmer Boris Grishenko (Alan Cumming). The pulse also destroys three Russian MiG-29 aircraft dispatched to check on the facility; causing one to crash into the complex, utterly devastating it. Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), the lone survivor, contacts Grishenko and arranges to meet him in St. Petersburg, where he betrays her to Janus.
In London, M (Judi Dench) assigns Bond to investigate the attack due to circumstantial evidence. She also tells Bond to not go out for revenge against Ourumov when he is found (for Trevelyan's death) and he flies to St. Petersburg to meet CIA agent Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker). He suggests Bond meet Valentin Zukovsky, (Robbie Coltrane), a Russian Mafia head and business rival of Janus. After Bond gives him a tip on a potential heist, Zukovsky arranges a meeting between Bond and Janus, who reveals himself as Trevelyan. .A descendant of those Cossack clans who did collaborate with the Nazi forces in WWII, Trevelyan faked his death, having vowed revenge against Britain for their involvement in his parents' deaths.^ How did the Ml screening miss that your parents were Lienz Cossacks?
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He ties Bond up with Simonova in the Tiger helicopter programmed to self-destruct, from which the two escape using its ejection system. They are immediately arrested by the Russian police and interrogated by the Russian Minister of Defence, Dmitri Mishkin (Tchéky Karyo). .Just as Simonova reveals the existence of a second satellite and Ourumov's involvement in the massacre at Severnaya, Ourumov bursts into the room, shooting Mishkin and dragging Simonova into a car.^ On the Facility level, go into the room with the white gas barrels and shoot the computer councle until it blows up.
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Bond steals a T-55 tank and pursues Ourumov through St. Petersburg to Janus' armoured train, where he kills Ourumov as Trevelyan escapes, locking Bond in the train with Simonova. As the train's self-destruct countdown begins, Bond cuts through the floor with a laser watch while Simonova locates Grishenko's satellite dish in Cuba using a computer. .The two escape just before the train explodes.^ Locate the two boxes stacked on top of each other immediately before the first door on the left in the train level.
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^ Your location in this big room is in the middle of the room itself, in between two train tracks, just in case you are lost with me, here.
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In Cuba, Bond and Simonova fly a plane over the jungle before they are shot down. As they stumble out of the wreckage, Onatopp rappels down from a helicopter and attacks Bond. As she has Bond in a stranglehold, he manages to use her weapon to shoot the helicopter down. Still attached to the rappel cord, Onatopp is crushed against a tree and dies. Minutes later, he and Simonova watch a lake being drained of its water, uncovering the dish. They infiltrate the control station, where Bond is captured. Trevelyan reveals his plan to steal money from the Bank of England before erasing all of its financial records with the remaining GoldenEye, concealing the theft and destroying Britain's economy.
Meanwhile, Simonova programs the satellite to initiate atmospheric reentry and destroy itself. As Trevelyan captures Simonova and orders Grishenko to save the satellite, Bond triggers an explosion with his Parker Jotter pen grenade provided by Q, and escapes to the antenna cradle. Bond sabotages the antenna, preventing Grishenko from regaining control of the satellite, before turning and facing Trevelyan. Bond pushes Trevelyan off the antenna and into the dish before escaping aboard a helicopter commandeered by Simonova. The cradle collapses, crushing Trevelyan. Meanwhile on the surface, Bond and Simonova are rescued by Wade and a platoon of U.S. Marines.

Cast

.Pierce Brosnan as James Bond (007): An MI6 Agent assigned to stop the Janus crime syndicate from acquiring "GoldenEye", a clandestine satellite weapon designed and launched by the Soviets during the Cold War.^ In James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing, players will answer the question: ''What would James Bond...
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^ Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie Goldeneye Script - Dialogue Transcript .
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^ Current suspected links to the Janus crime syndicate, St Petersburg.
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Sean Bean as Alec Trevelyan (006)/Janus: Main antagonist. .Initially another double-0 Agent and Bond's friend, he fakes his death at Arkangel and then establishes the Janus crime syndicate in the following nine years.^ Current suspected links to the Janus crime syndicate, St Petersburg.
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Izabella Scorupco as Natalya Simonova: The only survivor and eyewitness of the attack of GoldenEye on its own control center at Severnaya. A skilled programmer, she helps Bond in his mission and follows him to Cuba to disarm the GoldenEye.
Famke Janssen as Xenia Onatopp: A Georgian lust murderer and Trevelyan's henchwoman. A sadist and masochist, she enjoys torturing her enemies between her strong thighs.
.Joe Don Baker as Jack Wade: A veteran CIA agent on the same mission as Bond.^ Jack Wade, CIA. - James Bond, stiff-assed Brit.
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He later appears in Tomorrow Never Dies.
Dame Judi Dench as M: The strict head of MI6.
Gottfried John as General Ourumov: A renegade Russian general who nefariously misuses his authority and position for helping Janus gain access to the GoldenEye.
.Robbie Coltrane as Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky: A Russian gangster and ex-KGB agent through whom Bond uses to arrange a meeting with Janus (Trevelyan).^ For an ex-KGB agent, you surprise me, Valentin.
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Zukovsky will make his final appearance in The World Is Not Enough.
Alan Cumming as Boris Grishenko: A computer programmer at Severnaya secretly affiliated to Janus.
.Tchéky Karyo as Defence Minister Dmitri Mishkin: The Russian Defence Minister and the person to whom Ourumov had to report.^ Defence Minister Dimitri Mishkin, murdered by British agent James Bond, himself shot while trying to escape.
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^ Defence Minister Mishkin...
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^ I am Defence Minister Dimitri Mishkin.
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.Ourumov shoots him when Simonova reveals the events at Severnaya.^ When ourumov finally gets there shoot him and he will die.
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Desmond Llewelyn as Q: The head of Q Branch (research and development division of the British Secret Service). Llewelyn was the only actor to reprise a role from a previous Bond film.
Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny: M's secretary. Samantha Bond made her first of four appearances as Moneypenny.
.Minnie Driver as Irina: The untalented mistress of Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky.^ Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky .
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Production

Prelude

.Licence to Kill had underperformed at the American box office and was the worst domestic grossing movie of the James Bond films.^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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^ Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie Goldeneye Script - Dialogue Transcript .
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^ Finally, the Goldeneye script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the James Bond movie.
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[7] Also, in 1989, MGM/UA was sold to the Australian based broadcasting group Qintex, which wanted to merge the company with Pathé. Danjaq, the Swiss based parent company of EON Productions, sued MGM/UA because the Bond back catalogue was being licensed to Pathé, who intended to broadcast the Bond series on television in several countries across the world without the approval of Danjaq.[8] These legal disputes delayed the film for several years.[9]
While the legal disputes went on, Timothy Dalton was still expected to play Bond in the new film, The Property of a Lady, as he had originally signed up for a three-film contract. Pre-production work began in May 1990 with a story draft written by Alfonso Ruggiero Jr. and Michael G. Wilson. Production was set to start in 1990 in Hong Kong for a release in late 1991. However, the legal disputes meant that these dates slipped.[10] In an interview in 1993, Dalton said that Michael France was writing the story for the film, which was due to begin production in January or February 1994.[11] However, the deadline passed, and in April 1994, Dalton officially resigned from the role.[12][13] To replace Dalton, the producers cast Pierce Brosnan, who had been prevented from succeeding Roger Moore in 1986 because of his contract to star in the Remington Steele series.[14][15] Judi Dench was cast as M, thus making GoldenEye the first film of the series featuring a female M. The decision is widely believed to be inspired by Stella Rimington becoming head of MI5 in 1992.[16][17]
GoldenEye was produced by Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions. .With Albert Broccoli's health deteriorating (he died seven months after the film's release), his daughter Barbara Broccoli described him as taking "a bit of a back seat" in film's production.^ The amount of health will vary depending on how badly you damaged him before taking him as a hostage.
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[18] In his stead, Barbara and Michael G. Wilson took the lead roles in production while Albert Broccoli oversaw the production of GoldenEye as consulting producer but is credited as presenter [19][20][21]. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer approached John Woo to make GoldenEye, but Woo turned down the opportunity despite being honored with the offer.[22] The producers then chose New Zealander Martin Campbell as the director. .Brosnan later described Campbell as "warrior-like in his take on the piece" and that "there was a huge passion there on both our parts".[23] Campbell would go on to direct Casino Royale in 2006. The producers had originally chosen not to use Richard Maibaum, long-time writer for the series; he died in 1991.[8][24] After Michael France wrote the original screenplay, Jeffrey Caine was brought in to rewrite it.^ There is a Harpoon RL. Use the death trap switch after using the Harpoon RL to take care of any enemies that trouble you.
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[25] Caine kept many of France's ideas but added the prologue prior to the credits. Kevin Wade polished the script and Bruce Feirstein added the finishing touches.[26] In the film, the writing credit was shared by Caine and Feirstein, while France was credited with only the story, an arrangement he felt was unfair,[27] particularly as he believed the additions made were not an improvement on his original version.[27] Wade did not receive an official credit, but was acknowledged in the naming of Jack Wade, the CIA character he created.
While the story was not based on a work by Ian Fleming, the title GoldenEye traces its origins to the name of Fleming's Jamaican estate where he wrote the Bond novels.[28] Fleming gave a number of origins for the name of his estate, including Carson McCullers' Reflections in a Golden Eye[29] and Operation Goldeneye, a contingency plan Fleming himself developed during World War II in case of a Nazi invasion through Spain.[30][31]
Since the release of Licence to Kill, the world had changed drastically. .GoldenEye was the first James Bond film to be produced since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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^ Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie Goldeneye Script - Dialogue Transcript .
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.This cast doubt over whether James Bond was still relevant in the modern world, as many of the previous films pitted him against Soviet villains trying to take advantage of the Cold War.^ Then you join Auric Goldfinger, one of the most famous James Bond villains.
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^ Goldfinger is in a middle of a war with Dr. No, another villain in the James Bond universe.
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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[32] Much of the film industry felt that it would be "futile" for the Bond series to make a comeback, and that it was best left as "an icon of the past".[33] However, when released, the film was viewed as a successful revitalization and it effectively adapted the series for the 1990s.[4][34] One of GoldenEye's innovations was the casting of a female M. In the film, the new M quickly establishes her authority, remarking that Bond is a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur" and a "relic of the Cold War". This is an early indication that Bond is portrayed as far less tempestuous than Timothy Dalton's Bond from 1989.[35]
Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan and Mel Gibson were suggested for the role of James Bond. .Sam Neill, who wanted to play James Bond was also considered.^ Plot Summary: When two colleagues of James Bond are murdered, James follows the widow of a double agent who has been killed - and a confrontation ensues.
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^ Her father is the head of a powerful crime syndicate who is impressed by Bond and wants him to protect his daughter by marrying her.
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^ Bond leaps into action, following a trail that leads to the gorgeous Kara ('Maryam d'Abo'(qv)), who plays Bond as easily as she plays her Stradivari cello.
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There were rumors that Gibson could play James Bond, but Gibson refused to do a screen test. Pierce Brosnan was named the "new James Bond" in a press conference on June 7, 1994.

Filming

Principal photography for the film began on January 16, 1995 and continued until June 6.[36] The producers were unable to film at Pinewood Studios, the usual location for Bond films, because it had been reserved. Instead, an old Rolls-Royce factory at the Leavesden Aerodrome in Hertfordshire was converted into a new studio.[37] The producers later said Pinewood would have been too small.[18]
The bungee jump was filmed at the Verzasca Dam in Ticino, Switzerland. The film's casino scenes and the Tiger helicopter's demonstration were shot in Monte Carlo. Reference footage for the tank chase was shot on location in St. Petersburg and matched to the studio at Leavesden. The climactic scenes on the satellite dish were shot at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.[38] The actual MI6 headquarters were used for external views of M's office.[39] Some of the scenes in St. Petersburg were actually shot in London — the Epsom Downs Racecourse doubled the airport — to reduce expenses and security concerns, as the second unit sent to Russia required bodyguards.[40]
The French Navy provided full use of the frigate FS La Fayette and their newest helicopter, the Eurocopter Tiger to the film's production team. The French government also allowed the use of Navy logos as part of the promotional campaign for the film. However, the producers had a dispute with the Ministry of Defence over Brosnan's opposition to French nuclear weapons testing and his involvement with Greenpeace; as a result, the French premiere of the film was cancelled.[41]
The sequences involving the armoured train were filmed on the Nene Valley Railway, near Peterborough in the UK. The train was composed of a British Rail Class 20 diesel-electric locomotive and a pair of BR Mk 2 coaches, all three heavily disguised to resemble a Soviet armoured train.[42][43]

Effects

GoldenEye's opening title sequence featured a woman destroying the hammer and sickle.
GoldenEye was the last film of special effects supervisor Derek Meddings, to whom the film was dedicated. Meddings' major contribution were miniatures.[44] It was also the first Bond film to use computer generated imagery.[40]
Among the model effects are most external shots of Severnaya, the scene where Janus' train crashes in to the tank, and the lake which hides the satellite dish, since the producers could not find a round lake in Puerto Rico. The climax in the satellite dish used scenes in Arecibo, a model built by Meddings' team and scenes shot with stuntmen in England.[40]
Stunt car coordinator Rémy Julienne described the car chase between the Aston Martin DB5 and the Ferrari F355 as between "a perfectly shaped, old and vulnerable vehicle and a racecar." The stunt had to be meticulously planned as the cars are vastly different. .Nails had to be attached to the F355 tires to make it skid, and during one take of the sliding vehicles, both cars collided.^ Mamba 12GA and Mamba 12GA Since that both are pretty slow, take turns with each one.
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[45]
The largest stunt sequence in the film was the tank chase, which took around six weeks to film, partly on location in St. Petersburg and partly at Leavesden.[46] A Russian T-55 tank, on loan from the East England Military Museum, was modified with the addition of fake explosive reactive armor panels.[36] It was chronologically equivalent to a modern upgraded T-55 equipping the Russian Army Reserve of the period, such as the T-55M5. In order to avoid destroying the pavement on the city streets of St. Petersburg, the steel off-road tracks of the T-55 were replaced with the rubber-shoed tracks from a British Chieftain tank.
.A rectangular viewport was cut in the glacis plate and covered with tinted Perspex, allowing a trained driver to maneuver the tank from a prone position inside the driver's compartment while Pierce Brosnan sat in the (modified) driver's seat with his head protruding from the driver's hatch, creating the illusion he was driving the tank "unbuttoned".[47] The filming at Leavesden also called for the destruction of a number of Lada cars, so many that the production company were unable to provide all of them and were reduced to flagging down vehicles in the vicinity of their offices and offering the owners cash for their vehicles so that they may be used in filming.^ On the Frigate level, go down stairs the room with all the crates inside it.
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For the confrontation between Bond and Trevelyan inside the antenna cradle, director Campbell decided to take inspiration in Bond's fight with Red Grant in From Russia with Love. .Pierce Brosnan and Sean Bean did all the stunts themselves, except for one take where one is thrown against the wall.^ Plot Summary: Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond.
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^ The easiest way to protect Natalya in the control room is to take out all the tables, except the one that she needs.
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Brosnan injured his hand while filming the part in the extending ladder, making producers delay his scenes and film the ones in Severnaya earlier.[40]
The opening 220 m (720 ft) bungee jump at Archangel, shot at the Verzasca Dam in Switzerland and performed by Wayne Michaels, was voted the best movie stunt of all time in a 2002 Sky Movies poll, and set a record for the highest bungee jump off a fixed structure.[48][49]
The fall of communism in Russia is the main focus of the opening titles, designed by Daniel Kleinman (who took over from Maurice Binder after his death in 1991). They show the collapse and destruction of several structures associated with the Soviet Union, such as the red star and hammer and sickle. In an interview, Kleinman said they were meant to be "a kind of story telling sequence" showing that "what was happening in Communist countries was Communism was falling down".[50] According to producer Michael G. Wilson, some Communist parties protested against "Socialist symbols being destroyed not by governments, but by bikini-clad women", especially the Indian one, which threatened to boycott the film.[40]

Product placement

GoldenEye was the first film bound by BMW's three picture deal,[51] so the producers were offered BMW's latest roadster, the BMW Z3. It was featured in the film months before its release, and a limited edition "007 model" sold out within a day of being available to order. As part of the car's marketing strategy, several Z3's were used to drive journalists from a complimentary meal at the Rainbow Room restaurant to GoldenEye's premiere at Radio City Music Hall.[52] .For the film, a convertible Z3 is equipped with the usual Q refinements, including a self-destruct feature and Stinger missiles behind the headlights.^ Behind the headlights, Stinger missiles.
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[53]
The Z3 does not have much screentime and none of the gadgets are used, which Martin Campbell attributed to the deal with BMW coming in the last stages of production.[40] The Z3's appearance in GoldenEye is thought to be the most successful promotion through product placement in 1995.[54] Ten years later, The Hollywood Reporter listed it as one of the most successful product placements in recent years. The article quoted Mary Lou Galician, head of media analysis and criticism at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, as saying that the news coverage of Bond's switch from Aston Martin to BMW "generated hundreds of millions of dollars of media exposure for the movie and all of its marketing partners."[55]

Music

The theme song, "GoldenEye", was written by Bono and The Edge, and was performed by Tina Turner.[56] .As the producers did not collaborate with Bono or The Edge, alternate versions of the song did not appear throughout GoldenEye, as was the case in previous James Bond films.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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[57]
The soundtrack to GoldenEye was composed and performed by Éric Serra. Prolific Bond composer John Barry said he was offered it by Barbara Broccoli, but turned it down.[58] Serra's score has been heavily criticised: Richard von Busack, in Metro, wrote that it was "more appropriate for a ride on an elevator than a ride on a roller coaster",[59] and Filmtracks said Serra "failed completely in his attempt to tie Goldeneye to the franchise's past."[60]
Later, John Altman provided the music for the tank chase in St. Petersburg. Serra's original track for that sequence can still be found on the soundtrack as "A Pleasant Drive In St. Petersburg".[61] Serra composed and performed a number of synthesizer tracks, including the version of the James Bond Theme that plays during the gun barrel sequence,[62] while John Altman and David Arch provided the more traditional symphonic music.[63]

Release and reception

GoldenEye premiered on November 13, 1995, at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and went on general release in the USA on November 17, 1995. The UK premiere, attended by Prince Charles, followed on November 22 at the Odeon Leicester Square, with general release two days later.[64] Brosnan boycotted the French premiere to support Greenpeace's protest against the French nuclear testing program, causing the premiere to be abrogated.[65] The film was later released in a further 31 countries, under three alternate titles.[66]
The film earned over $US26 million during its opening across 2,667 theaters in the USA. Its worldwide sales were around the equivalent of $US350 million.[67] It had the fourth highest worldwide gross of all films in 1995[68] and, was the most successful Bond film since Moonraker, taking inflation into account.[2]
GoldenEye was edited in order to be guaranteed a PG-13 rating from the MPAA and a 12 rating from the BBFC. .The cuts included the visible bullet impact to Trevelyan's head when he is shot in the prologue, several additional deaths during the sequence in which Onatopp guns down the workers at the Severnaya station, more explicit footage and violent behaviour in the Admiral's death, extra footage of Onatopp's death, and Bond giving her a rabbit punch in the car.^ A big death trap can take out multiple enemies giving you some more death trap bonuses.
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^ Keep hitting the button during the ending sequence and you will be able to shoot Baron Samedi in the head with the golden gun.
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[37] .In 2006, the film was remastered and re-edited for the James Bond Ultimate Edition DVD in which some of the BBFC cuts—including headbutts and violent sound effects—were restored, causing the rating to be changed to 15. However, the original MPAA edits still remain.^ M is standing around there and then, YOU'RE FIRED! The scene switches to you holding an envelope that says "THE OFFER STILL STANDS-Goldfinger" Then you hear the James Bond theme play.
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[69]

Reviews

The critical reception of the film was mostly positive, with the film review collection website Rotten Tomatoes giving it an 84% Fresh approval rating,[70] although a similar site, Metacritic, gave it only 65%.[71] .In the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, and said Brosnan's Bond was "somehow more sensitive, more vulnerable, more psychologically complete" than the previous ones, also commenting on Bond's "loss of innocence" since previous films.^ Plot Summary: Pierce Brosnan gives one last mission as James Bond.
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^ Since that these are advanced tanks, you will need more firepower to take them out.
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^ Since that you are facing new enemies, the game will get even more challenging than it already is.
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[72] James Berardinelli described Brosnan as "a decided improvement over his immediate predecessor" with a "flair for wit to go along with his natural charm", but added that "fully one-quarter of Goldeneye is momentum-killing padding."[73]
Several reviewers lauded M's appraisal of Bond as a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur",[4][74][75] with Todd McCarthy in Variety saying GoldenEye "breathes fresh creative and commercial life" into the series.[4] .John Puccio of DVD Town said that GoldenEye was "an eye and ear-pleasing, action-packed entry in the Bond series" and that the film gave Bond "a bit of humanity, too".[76] Ian Nathan of Empire said that GoldenEye "revamps that indomitable British spirit" and that the Die Hard movies "don't even come close to 007". Tom Sonne of the Sunday Times considered GoldenEye the best Bond film since The Spy Who Loved Me.^ No [ 1962 , UK ] from $1.99 NOW meet the most extraordinary gentleman spy in all fiction!...JAMES BOND, Agent 007!
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Jose Arroyo of Sight & Sound considered the greatest success of the film in modernising the series.[34]
GoldenEye was also ranked high in Bond-related lists. IGN chose it as the fifth best movie,[77] while Entertainment Weekly ranked it 8th,[78] and Norman Wilner of MSN as 9th.[79] .ET also voted Xenia Onatopp as the 6th most memorable Bond Girl,[80] while IGN ranked Natalya as 7th in a similar list.^ Xenia Onatopp The girl you face in this game.
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[81]
However, the film received several negative reviews. Richard Schickel of Time wrote that after "a third of a century's hard use", Bond's conventions survived on "wobbly knees",[82] while in Entertainment Weekly, Owen Gleiberman thought the series had "entered a near-terminal state of exhaustion."[83] Dragan Antulov said that GoldenEye had a predictable series of scenes,[84] and Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times said that the film was "a middle-aged entity anxious to appear trendy at all costs".[85] David Eimer of Premiere wrote that "the trademark humour is in short supply" and that "Goldeneye isn't classic Bond by any stretch of the imagination."[34] Madeleine Williams said that "there are plenty of stunts and explosions to take your mind off the plot."[86]

Awards

GoldenEye was nominated for two BAFTAs, Best Sound and Special Effects.[6] Éric Serra won a BMI Film Award for the soundtrack and the film also earned nominations for Best Action Film and Actor at the Saturn Awards and Best Fight Scene at the MTV Movie Awards.[87][88][89]

Appearances in other media

The Bunker Level of the N64 GoldenEye 007, similar to the film's story.
The only released screenshot of the cancelled Virtual Boy version of GoldenEye 007.
GoldenEye was the second and final Bond film to be adapted to a novel by novelist John Gardner. .The book closely follows the film's storyline, but Gardner added a violent sequence prior to the opening bungee jump in which Bond kills a group of Russian guards, a change that the video game GoldenEye 007 retained.^ Game Info Cheats Hints Unlockables FAQs Discuss This page contains ALL the cheats, hints, FAQs, unlockables, and achivements for GoldenEye 007 for N64 .
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^ Plot Summary: James Bond 007 is on the search for a Russian decoding machine, known as Lektor.
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[90]
In late 1995, Topps Comics began publishing a three-issue comic book adaptation of GoldenEye. The script was adapted by Don McGregor with art by Rick Magyar. The first issue carried a January 1996 cover date.[91] For unknown reasons, Topps cancelled the entire adaptation after the first issue had been published, and to date the adaptation has never been released in its entirety.[92]
.The film was the basis for GoldenEye 007, a successful video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Rare (known at the time as Rareware) and published by Nintendo.^ Game Info Cheats Hints Unlockables FAQs Discuss This page contains ALL the cheats, hints, FAQs, unlockables, and achivements for GoldenEye 007 for N64 .
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[93][94] .In January 2000, readers of the British video game magazine Computer and Video Games listed GoldenEye 007 in first place in a list of "the hundred greatest video games".[95] In Edge's 10th anniversary issue in 2003, the game was included as one of their top ten shooters of all time,[96] and in 2005, a "Best Games of All-Time" poll at GameFAQs placed it at 7th.^ Game Info Cheats Hints Unlockables FAQs Discuss This page contains ALL the cheats, hints, FAQs, unlockables, and achivements for GoldenEye 007 for N64 .
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^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
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[97] It is based upon the film, but many of the missions were extended or modified.[98] A list of known world records (fastest mission times) for the game is available online here, but had not been updated since 2006 at the time of writing.
.GoldenEye 007 was modified into a racing game intended to be released for the Virtual Boy console.^ INTRO This is certainly NOT a sequel to the Goldeneye game released on the N64 in 1997.
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However, the game was cancelled before release.[99] GoldenEye: Source is a fan made total conversion mod using the Source engine and based on GoldenEye 007. In January 2007, it was awarded twice in the 2006 annual Moddb awards, for the Editor's Choice award in the Reinvention category and was player-voted 3rd place in the overall category Mod of the year.[100][101] .In 2004, Electronic Arts released GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, the first game of the James Bond series in which the player does not take on the role of Bond.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Weapons In Goldeneye: Rogue Agent, you can use a dual wielding system.
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^ Now enter the cheat menu, highlight any code, and press Z. Then, press B and release A. Now select any level to begin the game with the cheat from the first folder.
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.Instead, the protagonist is an aspiring Double-0 agent Jonathan Hunter, known by his codename "GoldenEye" recruited by a villain of the Bond universe, Auric Goldfinger.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
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^ Then you join Auric Goldfinger, one of the most famous James Bond villains.
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^ Then, after he left MI6, Auric Goldfinger recruited him to help defeat Dr. No in a war.
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[102] .Except for the appearance of Xenia Onatopp, the game was unrelated to the film, and was released to mediocre reviews.^ Xenia Onatopp The girl you face in this game.
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[103] [104] [105] It was excoriated by several critics including Eric Qualls for using the name "GoldenEye" as an attempt to ride on the success of Rare's game.[106] [107]

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Preceded by
License to Kill
James Bond Films
1995
Succeeded by
Tomorrow Never Dies

GoldenEye
James Bond Pierce Brosnan
Also starring Sean Bean
Izabella Scorupco
Famke Janssen
Judi Dench
Directed by Martin Campbell
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli (consulting producer, uncredited)
Michael G. Wilson
Barbara Broccoli
Novel/Story by Michael France
Screenplay by Jeffrey Caine
Bruce Feirstein
Cinematography Phil Meheux
Music by Éric Serra
Main theme GoldenEye
   Composer Bono
The Edge
   Performer Tina Turner
Editing by Terry Rawlings
Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Release date(s) November 17, 1995
Running time 130 min
Country United Kingdom
United States
Budget $US 58,000,000
Worldwide gross $US $352,194,034 [1]
Preceded by Licence to Kill
Followed by Tomorrow Never Dies

GoldenEye is the seventeenth spy film in the James Bond series, and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. Released in 1995, the film was directed by Martin Campbell and unlike previous Bond films, is the first film to not take any story elements from the works of novelist Ian Fleming.[2] The story was conceived and written by Michael France, with later collaboration by other writers. In the film, Bond fights to prevent an arms syndicate from using the GoldenEye satellite weapon against London in order to cause a global financial meltdown.

GoldenEye was released in 1995 after legal disputes forced a six-year hiatus in the series, during which Timothy Dalton resigned from the role of James Bond and was replaced by Pierce Brosnan. M was also recast, with actress Judi Dench becoming the first woman to portray the character, replacing Robert Brown. GoldenEye was the first Bond film made after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, which provided a background for the plot.

The film accumulated a worldwide gross of $US 350.7 million - considerably better than Dalton's films, without taking inflation into account.[3] Some critics viewed the film as a modernization of the series, and felt Brosnan was a definite improvement over his predecessor.[4][5][6] The film also received award nominations for "Best Achievement in Special Effects" and "Best Sound" from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.[7]

Contents

Plot

In 1986, MI6 agents 007 (James Bond, played by Pierce Brosnan) and 006 (Alec Trevelyan, played by Sean Bean), infiltrate an illicit Soviet chemical weapons facility at Arkhangelsk and plant explosive charges. Alec is captured and shot dead by Colonel Arkady Ourumov (Gottfried John), but Bond steals an airplane and escapes from the facility as it explodes.

Nine years later (1995), Bond arrives in Monte Carlo to follow Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), a suspected member of the Janus crime syndicate, who has formed a suspicious relationship with a Canadian Navy admiral. She murders the admiral to allow Ourumov (now a General) to steal his identity. The next day, they steal a prototype Eurocopter Tiger helicopter that can withstand an electromagnetic pulse, despite Bond's efforts to stop them. They fly it to a bunker in Severnaya, where they massacre the staff and steal the control disk for the dual GoldenEye satellite weapons. The two program one of the GoldenEye satellites to destroy the complex with an electromagnetic pulse, and escape with genius programmer Boris Grishenko (Alan Cumming). The pulse also destroys three Russian MiG-29 aircraft dispatched to check on the facility; causing one to crash into the complex, utterly devastating it. Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), the lone survivor, contacts Boris and arranges to meet him in St. Petersburg, where he betrays her to Janus.

In London, M (Judi Dench) assigns Bond to investigate the attack due to circumstantial evidence. She also tells 007 to not go out for revenge against Ourumov when he is found (for Trevelyan's death) and he flies to St. Petersburg to meet CIA agent Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker). He suggests Bond meet Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane), a Russian Mafia head and business rival of Janus. After Bond gives him a tip on a potential heist, Zukovsky arranges a meeting between Bond and Janus. Xenia is sent to meet Bond at his hotel. She attempts to kill him but he overpowers her and she takes him to Janus after which he proceeds to knock her out cold. Bond meets Janus in a statue graveyard, who reveals himself as Alec Trevelyan (now badly scarred from the explosion from the Arkhangelsk facility). A descendant of those Cossack clans who did collaborate with the Nazi forces in WWII, Trevelyan faked his death, having vowed revenge against Britain for their involvement in his parents' deaths. 007 is about to shoot Alec when he is shot with a tranquilizer dart by an unknown associate of Alec.

Bond awakens tied up with Natalya in the Tiger helicopter programmed to self-destruct, from which the two escape using its ejection system. They are immediately arrested by the Russian police and interrogated by the Russian Minister of Defence, Dmitri Mishkin (Tchéky Karyo), in a military archives building in St. Petersburg. Just as Natalya reveals the existence of a second satellite and Ourumov's involvement in the massacre at Severnaya, Ourumov bursts into the room, shooting Mishkin. As Ourumov calls for his guards, Bond punches him and escapes into the archives with Natalya, where a firefight ensues. Simonova is captured and is dragged into a car by Ourumov. Bond steals a T-54/55 tank and pursues Ourumov through St. Petersburg to Janus' armoured train, where he kills Ourumov as Trevelyan escapes, locking Bond in the train with Simonova. As the train's self-destruct countdown begins, Bond cuts through the floor with a laser watch while Simonova locates Grishenko's satellite dish in Cuba using a computer. The two escape just before the train explodes.

In Cuba, Bond and Natalya meet Jack Wade and trade Bond's car for Wade's airplane. Whilst flying over jungle Bond and Simonova are shot down. As they stumble out of the wreckage, Onatopp rappels down from a helicopter and attacks Bond. As she has Bond in a stranglehold, he manages to use her weapon to shoot the helicopter down. Still attached to the rappel cord, Onatopp is crushed against a tree and dies. Minutes later, he and Natalya watch a lake being drained of its water, uncovering the dish. They infiltrate the control station, where Bond is captured. Trevelyan reveals his plan to steal money from the Bank of England before erasing all of its financial records with the remaining GoldenEye, concealing the theft and destroying Britain's economy.

Meanwhile, Simonova programs the satellite to initiate atmospheric reentry and destroy itself. As Trevelyan captures Simonova and orders Grishenko to save the satellite, Bond triggers an explosion with his Parker Jotter pen grenade provided by Q, and escapes to the antenna cradle. Bond sabotages the antenna, preventing Boris from regaining control of the satellite, before turning and having a fistfight with Trevelyan. The two end up in a very precarious position on the antenna platform, five hundred feet above the dish, and Bond eventually manages to kick Trevelyan off the side of the platform. He grabs him before he falls, but releases him anyway, acknowledging that unlike most kills, this one is personal. Trevelyan survives the fall but is paralyzed. In the meantime, Simonova manages to commandeer a helicopter, onto which Bond jumps just prior to the cradle catching fire, exploding and collapsing, crushing Trevelyan in the process. Grishenko survives momentarily before being frozen to death by exploding tanks of liquid nitrogen. On the surface, Bond and Natalya are rescued by Wade and a team of Force Recon Marines, who take them off to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base by Marine helicopters.

Cast

Production

Prelude

Licence to Kill had underperformed at the American box office and was the worst domestic grossing movie of the James Bond films.[8] Also, in 1989, MGM/UA was sold to the Australian based broadcasting group Qintex, which wanted to merge the company with Pathé. Danjaq, the Swiss based parent company of EON Productions, sued MGM/UA because the Bond back catalogue was being licensed to Pathé, who intended to broadcast the Bond series on television in several countries across the world without the approval of Danjaq.[9] These legal disputes delayed the film for several years.[10]

While the legal disputes went on, Timothy Dalton was still expected to play Bond in the new film (rumoured to be The Property of a Lady), as he had originally signed up for a three-film contract. Pre-production work began in May 1990 with a story draft written by Alfonso Ruggiero Jr. and Michael G. Wilson. Production was set to start in 1990 in Hong Kong for a release in late 1991. However, the legal disputes meant that these dates slipped.[11] In an interview in 1993, Dalton said that Michael France was writing the story for the film, which was due to begin production in January or February 1994.[12] However, the deadline passed, and in April 1994, Dalton officially resigned from the role.[13][14] To replace Dalton, the producers cast Pierce Brosnan, who had been prevented from succeeding Roger Moore in 1986 because of his contract to star in the Remington Steele series.[15][16] Judi Dench was cast as M, thus making GoldenEye the first film of the series featuring a female M. The decision is widely believed to be inspired by Stella Rimington becoming head of MI5 in 1992.[17][18]

GoldenEye was produced by Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions. With Albert Broccoli's health deteriorating (he died seven months after the film's release), his daughter Barbara Broccoli described him as taking "a bit of a back seat" in film's production.[19] In his stead, Barbara and Michael G. Wilson took the lead roles in production while Albert Broccoli oversaw the production of GoldenEye as consulting producer but is credited as presenter.[20][21][22] Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer approached John Woo to make GoldenEye, but Woo turned down the opportunity despite being honored with the offer.[23] The producers then chose New Zealander Martin Campbell as the director. Brosnan later described Campbell as "warrior-like in his take on the piece" and that "there was a huge passion there on both our parts".[24] Campbell would go on to direct Casino Royale in 2006. The producers had originally chosen not to use Richard Maibaum, long-time writer for the series; he died in 1991.[9][25] After Michael France wrote the original screenplay, Jeffrey Caine was brought in to rewrite it.[26] Caine kept many of France's ideas but added the prologue prior to the credits. Kevin Wade polished the script and Bruce Feirstein added the finishing touches.[27] In the film, the writing credit was shared by Caine and Feirstein, while France was credited with only the story, an arrangement he felt was unfair,[28] particularly as he believed the additions made were not an improvement on his original version.[28] Wade did not receive an official credit, but was acknowledged in the naming of Jack Wade, the CIA character he created.

While the story was not based on a work by Ian Fleming, the title GoldenEye traces its origins to the name of Fleming's Jamaican estate where he wrote the Bond novels.[29] Fleming gave a number of origins for the name of his estate, including Carson McCullers' Reflections in a Golden Eye[30] and Operation Goldeneye, a contingency plan Fleming himself developed during World War II in case of a Nazi invasion through Spain.[31][32]

Since the release of Licence to Kill, the world had changed drastically. GoldenEye was the first James Bond film to be produced since the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union. This cast doubt over whether James Bond was still relevant in the modern world, as many of the previous films pitted him against Soviet villains trying to take advantage of the Cold War.[33] Much of the film industry felt that it would be "futile" for the Bond series to make a comeback, and that it was best left as "an icon of the past".[34] However, when released, the film was viewed as a successful revitalization and it effectively adapted the series for the 1990s.[5][35] One of GoldenEye's innovations was the casting of a female M. In the film, the new M quickly establishes her authority, remarking that Bond is a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur" and a "relic of the Cold War". This is an early indication that Bond is portrayed as far less tempestuous than Timothy Dalton's Bond from 1989.[36]

Liam Neeson, Pierce Brosnan and Mel Gibson were suggested for the role of James Bond. Sam Neill, who wanted to play James Bond, and had screen tested for the role prior to The Living Daylights, was also considered. There were rumors that Gibson could play James Bond, but Gibson refused to do a screen test. Pierce Brosnan was named the "new James Bond" in a press conference on June 7, 1994.

Filming

Principal photography for the film began on January 16, 1995 and continued until June 6.[37] The producers were unable to film at Pinewood Studios, the usual location for Bond films, because it had been reserved. Instead, an old Rolls-Royce factory at the Leavesden Aerodrome in Hertfordshire was converted into a new studio.[38] The producers later said Pinewood would have been too small.[19]

The bungee jump was filmed at the Verzasca Dam in Ticino, Switzerland. The film's casino scenes and the Tiger helicopter's demonstration were shot in Monte Carlo. Reference footage for the tank chase was shot on location in St. Petersburg and matched to the studio at Leavesden. The climactic scenes on the satellite dish were shot at Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.[39] The actual MI6 headquarters were used for external views of M's office.[40] Some of the scenes in St. Petersburg were actually shot in London — the Epsom Downs Racecourse doubled the airport — to reduce expenses and security concerns, as the second unit sent to Russia required bodyguards.[41]

The French Navy provided full use of the frigate FS La Fayette and their newest helicopter, the Eurocopter Tiger to the film's production team. The French government also allowed the use of Navy logos as part of the promotional campaign for the film. However, the producers had a dispute with the Ministry of Defence over Brosnan's opposition to French nuclear weapons testing and his involvement with Greenpeace; as a result, the French premiere of the film was cancelled.[42]

The sequences involving the armoured train were filmed on the Nene Valley Railway, near Peterborough in the UK. The train was composed of a British Rail Class 20 diesel-electric locomotive and a pair of BR Mk 2 coaches, all three heavily disguised to resemble a Soviet armoured train.[43][44]

Arecibo Observatory plays a prominent role in the film: Alec Trevelyan uses the dish to communicate with a Russian satellite to fire an electromagnetic pulse at London. (The use of Arecibo to communicate with an earth-orbiting satellite is nonsensical from a technical standpoint.) The dish and the ground below it were covered with water to conceal it as a lake. Additionally, the two main characters, Agents 007 and 006 (rogue agent Trevelyan), fight on the antenna platform in the final scenes of the movie.

Effects

.]] GoldenEye was the last film of special effects supervisor Derek Meddings, to whom the film was dedicated. Meddings' major contribution were miniatures.[45] It was also the first Bond film to use computer generated imagery.[41]

Among the model effects are most external shots of Severnaya, the scene where Janus' train crashes in to the tank, and the lake which hides the satellite dish, since the producers could not find a round lake in Puerto Rico. The climax in the satellite dish used scenes in Arecibo, a model built by Meddings' team and scenes shot with stuntmen in England.[41]

Stunt car coordinator Rémy Julienne described the car chase between the Aston Martin DB5 and the Ferrari F355 as between "a perfectly shaped, old and vulnerable vehicle and a racecar." The stunt had to be meticulously planned as the cars are vastly different. Nails had to be attached to the F355 tires to make it skid, and during one take of the sliding vehicles, both cars collided.[46]

The largest stunt sequence in the film was the tank chase, which took around six weeks to film, partly on location in St. Petersburg and partly at Leavesden.[47] A Russian T-54/55 tank, on loan from the East England Military Museum, was modified with the addition of fake explosive reactive armor panels.[37] In order to avoid destroying the pavement on the city streets of St. Petersburg, the steel off-road tracks of the T-54/55 were replaced with the rubber-shoed tracks from a British Chieftain tank.

A rectangular viewport was cut in the glacis plate and covered with tinted Perspex, allowing a trained driver to maneuver the tank from a prone position inside the driver's compartment while Pierce Brosnan sat in the (modified) driver's seat with his head protruding from the driver's hatch, creating the illusion he was driving the tank "unbuttoned".[48] The filming at Leavesden also called for the destruction of a number of Lada cars, so many that the production company were unable to provide all of them and were reduced to flagging down vehicles in the vicinity of their offices and offering the owners cash for their vehicles so that they may be used in filming.[citation needed]

For the confrontation between Bond and Trevelyan inside the antenna cradle, director Campbell decided to take inspiration in Bond's fight with Red Grant in From Russia with Love. Pierce Brosnan and Sean Bean did all the stunts themselves, except for one take where one is thrown against the wall. Brosnan injured his hand while filming the part in the extending ladder, making producers delay his scenes and film the ones in Severnaya earlier.[41]

The opening 220 m (720 ft) bungee jump at Archangel, shot at the Verzasca Dam in Switzerland and performed by Wayne Michaels, was voted the best movie stunt of all time in a 2002 Sky Movies poll, and set a record for the highest bungee jump off a fixed structure.[49][50]

The fall of communism in Russia is the main focus of the opening titles, designed by Daniel Kleinman (who took over from Maurice Binder after his death in 1991). They show the collapse and destruction of several structures associated with the Soviet Union, such as the red star and hammer and sickle. In an interview, Kleinman said they were meant to be "a kind of story telling sequence" showing that "what was happening in Communist countries was Communism was falling down".[51] According to producer Michael G. Wilson, some Communist parties protested against "Socialist symbols being destroyed not by governments, but by bikini-clad women", especially the Indian one, which threatened to boycott the film.[41]

Product placement

GoldenEye was the first film bound by BMW's three picture deal,[52] so the producers were offered BMW's latest roadster, the BMW Z3. It was featured in the film months before its release, and a limited edition "007 model" sold out within a day of being available to order. As part of the car's marketing strategy, several Z3's were used to drive journalists from a complimentary meal at the Rainbow Room restaurant to GoldenEye's premiere at Radio City Music Hall.[53] For the film, a convertible Z3 is equipped with the usual Q refinements, including a self-destruct feature and Stinger missiles behind the headlights.[54]

The Z3 does not have much screentime and none of the gadgets are used, which Martin Campbell attributed to the deal with BMW coming in the last stages of production.[41] The Z3's appearance in GoldenEye is thought to be the most successful promotion through product placement in 1995.[55] Ten years later, The Hollywood Reporter listed it as one of the most successful product placements in recent years. The article quoted Mary Lou Galician, head of media analysis and criticism at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, as saying that the news coverage of Bond's switch from Aston Martin to BMW "generated hundreds of millions of dollars of media exposure for the movie and all of its marketing partners."[56]

In addition, all computers in the film were provided by IBM, and in some scenes (such as the pen grenade scene towards the end), the OS/2 Warp splash screen can be seen on computer monitors.

Music

The theme song, "GoldenEye", was written by Bono and The Edge, and was performed by Tina Turner.[57] As the producers did not collaborate with Bono or The Edge, alternate versions of the song did not appear throughout GoldenEye, as was the case in previous James Bond films.[58]

The soundtrack to GoldenEye was composed and performed by Éric Serra. Prolific Bond composer John Barry said he was offered it by Barbara Broccoli, but turned it down.[59] Serra's score has been heavily criticised: Richard von Busack, in Metro, wrote that it was "more appropriate for a ride on an elevator than a ride on a roller coaster",[60] and Filmtracks said Serra "failed completely in his attempt to tie Goldeneye to the franchise's past."[61]

Later, John Altman provided the music for the tank chase in St. Petersburg. Serra's original track for that sequence can still be found on the soundtrack as "A Pleasant Drive In St. Petersburg".[62] Serra composed and performed a number of synthesizer tracks, including the version of the James Bond Theme that plays during the gun barrel sequence,[63] while John Altman and David Arch provided the more traditional symphonic music.[64]

Release and reception

GoldenEye premiered on November 13, 1995, at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and went on general release in the USA on November 17, 1995. The UK premiere, attended by Prince Charles, followed on November 22 at the Odeon Leicester Square, with general release two days later.[65] Brosnan boycotted the French premiere to support Greenpeace's protest against the French nuclear testing program, causing the premiere to be abrogated.[66] The film was later released in a further 31 countries, under three alternate titles.[67]

The film earned over $US26 million during its opening across 2,667 theaters in the USA. Its worldwide sales were around the equivalent of $US350 million.[68] It had the fourth highest worldwide gross of all films in 1995[69] and, was the most successful Bond film since Moonraker, taking inflation into account.[3]

GoldenEye was edited in order to be guaranteed a PG-13 rating from the MPAA and a 12 rating from the BBFC. The cuts included the visible bullet impact to Trevelyan's head when he is shot in the prologue, several additional deaths during the sequence in which Onatopp guns down the workers at the Severnaya station, more explicit footage and violent behaviour in the Admiral's death, extra footage of Onatopp's death, and Bond giving her a rabbit punch in the car.[38] In 2006, the film was remastered and re-edited for the James Bond Ultimate Edition DVD in which some of the BBFC cuts—including headbutts and violent sound effects—were restored, causing the rating to be changed to 15. However, the original MPAA edits still remain.[70]

Reviews

The critical reception of the film was mostly positive. Film review collection website Rotten Tomatoes holds it at an 80% Fresh approval rating,[71] while a similar site, Metacritic, holds it at 65%.[72] In the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert gave the film 3 stars out of 4, and said Brosnan's Bond was "somehow more sensitive, more vulnerable, more psychologically complete" than the previous ones, also commenting on Bond's "loss of innocence" since previous films.[73] James Berardinelli described Brosnan as "a decided improvement over his immediate predecessor" with a "flair for wit to go along with his natural charm", but added that "fully one-quarter of Goldeneye is momentum-killing padding."[74]

Several reviewers lauded M's appraisal of Bond as a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur",[5][75][76] with Todd McCarthy in Variety saying GoldenEye "breathes fresh creative and commercial life" into the series.[5] John Puccio of DVD Town said that GoldenEye was "an eye and ear-pleasing, action-packed entry in the Bond series" and that the film gave Bond "a bit of humanity, too".[77] Ian Nathan of Empire said that GoldenEye "revamps that indomitable British spirit" and that the Die Hard movies "don't even come close to 007". Tom Sonne of the Sunday Times considered GoldenEye the best Bond film since The Spy Who Loved Me. Jose Arroyo of Sight & Sound considered the greatest success of the film in modernising the series.[35]

GoldenEye was also ranked high in Bond-related lists. IGN chose it as the fifth best movie,[78] while Entertainment Weekly ranked it 8th,[79] and Norman Wilner of MSN as 9th.[80] ET also voted Xenia Onatopp as the 6th most memorable Bond Girl,[81] while IGN ranked Natalya as 7th in a similar list.[82]

However, the film received several negative reviews. Richard Schickel of Time wrote that after "a third of a century's hard use", Bond's conventions survived on "wobbly knees",[83] while in Entertainment Weekly, Owen Gleiberman thought the series had "entered a near-terminal state of exhaustion."[84] Dragan Antulov said that GoldenEye had a predictable series of scenes,[85] and Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times said that the film was "a middle-aged entity anxious to appear trendy at all costs".[86] David Eimer of Premiere wrote that "the trademark humour is in short supply" and that "Goldeneye isn't classic Bond by any stretch of the imagination."[35] Madeleine Williams said that "there are plenty of stunts and explosions to take your mind off the plot."[87]

Awards

GoldenEye was nominated for two BAFTAs, Best Sound and Special Effects.[7] Éric Serra won a BMI Film Award for the soundtrack and the film also earned nominations for Best Action Film and Actor at the Saturn Awards and Best Fight Scene at the MTV Movie Awards.[88][89][90]

Appearances in other media


GoldenEye was the second and final Bond film to be adapted to a novel by novelist John Gardner. The book closely follows the film's storyline, but Gardner added a violent sequence prior to the opening bungee jump in which Bond kills a group of Russian guards, a change that the video game GoldenEye 007 retained.[91]

In late 1995, Topps Comics began publishing a three-issue comic book adaptation of GoldenEye. The script was adapted by Don McGregor with art by Rick Magyar. The first issue carried a January 1996 cover date.[92] For unknown reasons, Topps cancelled the entire adaptation after the first issue had been published, and to date the adaptation has never been released in its entirety.[93]

The film was the basis for GoldenEye 007, a successful video game for the Nintendo 64 developed by Rare (known at the time as Rareware) and published by Nintendo.[94][95] In January 2000, readers of the British video game magazine Computer and Video Games listed GoldenEye 007 in first place in a list of "the hundred greatest video games".[96] In Edge's 10th anniversary issue in 2003, the game was included as one of their top ten shooters of all time,[97]. It is based upon the film, but many of the missions were extended or modified.[98]

GoldenEye 007 was modified into a racing game intended to be released for the Virtual Boy console. However, the game was cancelled before release.[99] In 2004, Electronic Arts released GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, the first game of the James Bond series in which the player does not take on the role of Bond. Instead, the protagonist is an aspiring Double-0 agent Jonathan Hunter, known by his codename "GoldenEye" recruited by a villain of the Bond universe, Auric Goldfinger.[100] Except for the appearance of Xenia Onatopp, the game was unrelated to the film, and was released to mediocre reviews.[101] [102] [103] It was excoriated by several critics including Eric Qualls for using the name "GoldenEye" as an attempt to ride on the success of Rare's game.[104] [105]

Nintendo announced a remake of the original GoldenEye 007 game at their E3 press conference on June 15, 2010. The remake will be similar to the original, though Pierce Brosnan is being replaced by Daniel Craig. The game is being developed by Eurocom to be published by Activision for the Wii.[106]

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.GoldenEye (1995) is the 17th film in the James Bond franchise.^ Goldeneye: Rogue Agent goes into the dark side of the James Bond universe because, well, you are an evil guy.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

^ As much as I hate to say it, I don't think the franchise would have lasted much longer with Dalton in GOLDENEYE and had the rest of the film remained the same.
  • What could have been... - CBn Forums 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC commanderbond.net [Source type: General]

^ Xenia Onatopp Movie: Goldeneye Side: Dr. No Info: She is on Dr. No's side of the war and like all James Bond movies/games, there is a good girl and bad girl.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

Directed by Martin Campbell. .Written by Michael France (story); Jeffrey Caine & Bruce Feirstein (screenplay).^ But the Michael France draft definitely feels like it was written for Dalton in how it characterizes Bond (and for that matter, France's draft of GOLDENEYE has a few narrative links to Dalton's Bond sown in throughout the story, like Pushkin making an appearance).
  • What could have been... - CBn Forums 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC commanderbond.net [Source type: General]

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  • If you don't think I have the balls to send a man out to die, your instincts are dead wrong.

Trevelyan

  • Oh, please, James, spare me the Freud! .I might as well ask if all those vodka martinis silence the screams of all the men you've killed...^ I might as well ask you if all the vodka martinis ever silence the screams of all the men you've killed.
    • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ Or if you find forgiveness in the arms of all those willing women for all the dead ones you failed to protect.
    • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

    ^ In this scenario, you must collect the three parts of the golden gun and kill all of your opponents with it to win.

    or if you've found forgiveness in the arms of all those willing women, for all the dead ones you failed to protect.

Boris Grishenko

  • Yes I am invincible!

Dialogue

Bond: I'm alone.
Alec: [revealing himself] Aren't we all? You're late, 007.
Bond: I had to stop in the bathroom.
.Alec: Ready to save the world again?^ Ready to save the world again?
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

Bond: After you, 006.

[006 and 007 enter the room they are about to blow up in the Chemical Weapons Facility.]
Bond: It's too easy.
Trevelyan: Half of everything is luck, James.
Bond: And the other half?
.Trevelyan: [sets off the alarm] Fate.^ Then go to the second bunker (on missions) and then set off the alarm and go to the room with TV's and put remote mines on every TV and blow them up!

^ Talk to Trevelyan and just before the alarm goes off, run to the bottling room door, and wait.


Bond: Moneypenny, I'm devastated. .Whatever would I do without you?^ What would I ever do without you?
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

.Moneypenny: As far as I can remember, James, you've never had me.^ As far as I can remember, James, you've never had me.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

Bond: Hope springs eternal.
Moneypenny: You know, this sort of behaviour could qualify as sexual harassment.
Bond: Really? What's the penalty for that?
.Moneypenny: Someday you have to make good on your innuendos.^ Make sure that you have a good hit.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

^ Someday you have to make good on your innuendoes.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

^ There are a lot of enemies here, so you should really make a good use of your shield.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]


Bond: Are these pictures live?
.M: Unlike the American government, we prefer not to get our bad news from CNN.^ Unlike the American government, we prefer not to get our bad news from CNN. Negative so far.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]


.M: You don't like me Bond, you don't like my methods.^ Wait until a soldier comes to the door he will most likely open the door for you, so you don't need a key!
  • CheatCodes.com: GoldenEye 007 for N64 Cheats, Codes, N64 Cheat Codes, Hints, and FAQs for GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo 64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.cheatcodes.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ I love GoldenEye as is and Pierce Brosnan is my favorite Bond so there you go.
  • What could have been... - CBn Forums 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC commanderbond.net [Source type: General]

^ Super Mario Galaxy (3D) New Super Mario Bros Wii (2D) Both Don't like Mario 0 The World Ends With You (It's a Wonderful World) 0 Super Smash Bros.
  • Nintendo Wii News | Rare Talks GoldenEye 007 on Virtual Console at C3 News 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.cubed3.com [Source type: General]

.You think i'm an accountant, a bean counter more interested in my numbers than your instincts.^ If you think casting Dalton was a mildy amusing experiment fair enough, that's your opinion.
  • What could have been... - CBn Forums 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC commanderbond.net [Source type: General]

^ When a weapon is there instead, you see a bar there with the numbers that show your ammo.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

^ No: "It could have easily been more than your eye."
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Walkthrough - IGN FAQs 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC faqs.ign.com [Source type: General]

Bond: The thought had occured to me.
M: Good. .Because I think you're a sexist, misogynist dinosaur.^ Because I think you're a sexist, misogynist dinosaur, a relic of the Cold War, whose boyish charms, though wasted on me, obviously appealed to that young woman I sent out to evaluate you.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

^ I can see what you're saying, but to my knowledge, emulation is completely legal, and does not infringe copyrights, because nothing is being copied.
  • Nintendo Wii News | Rare Talks GoldenEye 007 on Virtual Console at C3 News 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.cubed3.com [Source type: General]

A relic of the Cold War

[Bond and Natalya are being interrogated by Mishkin.]
Mishkin: Good morning! .So, by what means shall we execute you?^ So, by what means shall we execute you, Commander Bond?
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

.Bond: No small talk?^ What, no small talk?
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

No chit-chat? [to Natalya] That's the trouble with the world today. .No one takes the time to do a really sinister interrogation any more.^ It really is time for a 'one console' age...
  • Why Did GoldenEye XBLA Stall?: News from 1UP.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.1up.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

[to Mishkin] It's a lost art!

[Bond has just told Ourumov that Trevelyan is a Lienz Cossack and hence untrustworthy.]
Ourumov: Is this true?
.Trevelyan: [impatiently] What's true is that in forty-eight hours, you and I are going to have more money than God.^ More often than you'd think.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

^ You're making more money than God.
  • Why Did GoldenEye XBLA Stall?: News from 1UP.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.1up.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ What's true is that in hours you and I will have more money than God, and Mr Bond here will have a small memorial service with only Moneypenny and a few tearful restaurateurs in attendance.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

And Mr. Bond here will have a small memorial service, with only Moneypenny and a few tearful restaurateurs in attendance.

[Zukovsky hears the click of Bond cocking his gun.]
Zukovsky: Walther PPK, 7.65 millimetre. .Only three men I know use such a gun...^ Only three men I know use such a gun.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

.I believe I've killed two of them.^ I believe I've killed two of them.
  • Goldeneye Script - transcript from the screenplay and/or James Bond movie 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.script-o-rama.com [Source type: Original source]

Bond: Lucky me.
[Another man cocks his gun and puts it to Bond's head.]
Zukovsky: I think not.

[Bond is holding Trevelyan by his foot on top of the satellite antenna.]
Trevelyan: For England, James?
Bond: No. For me. [lets Trevelyan fall to his death]

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^ Its only a step and you will help us .
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Getting Started
Arkangelsk
St. Petersburg
Severnaya
Cuba
Kirghizstan
Teotihuaca'n
Monte Carlo
el-Saghira
Severnaya
GoldenEye 007
Box artwork for GoldenEye 007.
Developer(s) Rare
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date(s)
Genre(s) FPS
System(s) Nintendo 64
Players 1-4
Rating(s)
ESRB: Teen
ELSPA: Ages 15+
USK: Ages 18+
OFLC: Mature Accompanied & Restricted
Series James Bond
.GoldenEye 007 is a first-person shooter video game for the Nintendo 64 based on the James Bond film GoldenEye.^ Toshiba Panasonic Samsung GoldenEye 007 (Nintendo 64) .
  • GoldenEye 007 (Nintendo 64) Legacy game platform reviews - CNET Reviews 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC reviews.cnet.com [Source type: General]

^ GoldenEye 007 review for the Nintendo 64.
  • GoldenEye 007 - N64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.netjak.com [Source type: General]

^ James Bond 007 main page ] .
  • GoldenEye News - 1 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.klast.net [Source type: General]
  • GoldenEye News - 2 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.klast.net [Source type: General]

.It was produced by then second-party Nintendo game developer Rare, and released in 1997.^ Second party developer to Nintendo, Goldeneye is exclusively a Nintendo 64 title.
  • Goldeneye 007 - N64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC spong.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The game was developed by Rare and released 2 years after the film, in 1997, the game is still a must have to this day.
  • Golden Eye 007 (N64) - Nintendo 64 Games with reviews, tips and suggestions at dooyoo.co.uk 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.dooyoo.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Nintendo published the game when Rare were part of Nintendo.
  • The real Deal behind Goldeneye Cancellation - NeoGAF 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.neogaf.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.This game was the multiplayer game of the millennium.^ This game was the multiplayer game of the millennium.
  • GoldenEye 007 — StrategyWiki, the free strategy guide and walkthrough wiki 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC strategywiki.org [Source type: General]

Controls
Walkthrough

Story

.The GoldenEye is a satellite that gets hijacked.^ Finding the arms dealer that hijacked the Goldeneye satellite leads James Bond to a completely unexpected adversary.
  • THE CINEMA LASER DVD REVIEW-- GOLDENEYE 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.thecinemalaser.com [Source type: General]

.Bond must stop the terrorists.^ On a mission to stop a deadly satellite, 007 James Bond must take on his once good friend- rogue agent 006!!
  • Sideshow Collectibles, Inc. - James Bond / Pierce Brosnan as James Bond - GoldenEye 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.sideshowtoy.com [Source type: General]

^ GOLDENEYE PLOT: Bond must stop of group of terrorists, led by his former friend and colleague, Alec Trevelyan (a.k.a 006), who threaten to use a Russian satellite weapons system, code name Goldeneye, on London.
  • Bond: Goldeneye - JoBlo.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joblo.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
  • Bond: Goldeneye - JoBlo.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joblo.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ James Bond must stop the evil mastermind Malprave from creating a clone army that will take over the world.
  • GameFly: James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire PlayStation 2 Video Game | Buy James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire for PlayStation 2 | Rent James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamefly.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.It is all the work of the evil 006, Bond's old friend who had returned from seeming death to work on the side of evil.^ This is particularly evident in the sequences in which Bond must contend with the return of fallen agent Alec Trevelyan, as there’s little doubt that 007 holds himself personally responsible for his old friend’s journey into the dark side.
  • GoldenEye - AskMen.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.askmen.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
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  • GoldenEye - AskMen.com Australia 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC au.askmen.com [Source type: General]

^ On a mission to stop a deadly satellite, 007 James Bond must take on his once good friend- rogue agent 006!!
  • Sideshow Collectibles, Inc. - James Bond / Pierce Brosnan as James Bond - GoldenEye 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.sideshowtoy.com [Source type: General]

^ Here Bond's arch enemy is not some evil genius, but a twisted image of himself in the form of the traitorous 006 (Sean Bean).

James Bond travels around the world to stop the conspiracy and 006.
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.From Wikia Gaming, your source for walkthroughs, games, guides, and more!^ From Wikia Gaming, your source for walkthroughs, games, guides, and more!
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Write Review “ ” Press Average: Reader Average: Rating Info Your Rating: Game Help GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Guide (GameCube) Full walkthrough, secrets, weapon info and much more!
  • IGN: GoldenEye: Rogue Agent 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC cube.ign.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ It had a body point damage system that is still more sophisticated than some of the slop they throw into your common FPS game.
  • Nintendo wants GoldenEye back 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joystiq.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

For the multiplatform game made by Electronic Arts.see GoldenEye: Rogue Agent
GoldenEye 007

Developer(s) Rareware
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Release date August 25, 1997 (NA)
Genre First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player 1-4 players
Age rating(s) ESRB: T
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough
.GoldenEye 007 was a revolutionary first-person shooter by the then Nintendo 2nd party developer, Rare.^ GoldenEye 007 review for the Nintendo 64.
  • GoldenEye 007 - N64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.netjak.com [Source type: General]

^ A first person shooter for the ages.
  • TimeSplitters Future Perfect (Xbox) Review at GamingExcellence 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamingexcellence.com [Source type: General]

^ GoldenEye 007 developer Rare currently belongs to Microsoft.
  • Rumor: Goldeneye 2010 in the Offing for Wii - Network World 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.networkworld.com [Source type: General]

.The game had a huge critical and commercial success that was not duplicated until Halo in the next generation.^ These factors contributed to the game's commercial success, selling eight million copies.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Quantum of Solace at the James Bond 007 Wiki 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC jamesbond.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Alex C. gave it a 10 : I would have to rate Goldeneye as one of my top five games ever, and tht includes next-gen games such as Halo.
  • User Comments for GoldenEye 007 (Nintendo 64) 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.metacritic.com [Source type: General]

^ In the current generation, one of the nits critics pick at is the slew of party games on the Wii.

.Besides that, it is also one of the few movie games that does not suck.^ A lot of movie-to-game projects suck.
  • HonestGamers - Goldeneye 007 review (Nintendo 64) 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.honestgamers.com [Source type: General]

^ It’s one of the best movie-to-game translations ever.
  • GoldenEye 007 (n64) reviews at Metacritic.com 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.metacritic.com [Source type: General]
  • GoldenEye 007 (n64) reviews at Metacritic.com 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC search.metacritic.com [Source type: General]

^ Posted In: MW2 One Man Army kit exploit does serious damage No Half-Life games in 2010, says Games Informer .
  • No 007 games until 008 – Video Games Reviews, Cheats | Geek.com 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.geek.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The game is hailed for it's stellar shooting action, smooth control, and expansive multiplayer options.^ The game is hailed for it's stellar shooting action, smooth control, and expansive multiplayer options.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Topped off with an excellent Multiplayer mode that supports up to four players simultaneously, Goldeneye 007 offers a host of options and game modes.

^ Targeting control too skittish and unpredictable - Not-very-difficult challenge, even on harder settings - Although levels are expansive, single player game is relatively short .
  • The Armchair Empire - Xbox Reviews: 007 Agent Under Fire 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.armchairempire.com [Source type: General]

.The multiplayer mode could be played with up to four players in split-screen, using many different weapons and weapon sets in well designed maps.^ Go to multiplayer mode and put it on 2 player.

^ This can be used in Mission Mode and in multiplayer.
  • GoldenEye 007 Cheats - GoldenEye 007 Cheat Codes for Nintendo 64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamecheats.eu [Source type: Academic]
  • GoldenEye 007 Cheats - N64 Cheats & Codes - Nintendo 64 - IGN 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC uk.cheats.ign.com [Source type: General]
  • GoldenEye 007 Cheats - N64 Cheats & Codes - Nintendo 64 - IGN 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC cheats.ign.com [Source type: General]
  • Goldeneye 007 for the Nintendo 64 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.playersc.com [Source type: General]

^ I used to play the multiplayer by myself to memorize the maps.
  • Epic Win: GoldenEye 007 - Once Upon A Win: Epic Wins from when we were kids 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC onceuponawin.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The maps featured hallways perfect for setting traps, vents to hide in, and other designs that are now popular mainstays in the FPS genre.^ The maps featured hallways perfect for setting traps, vents to hide in, and other designs that are now popular mainstays in the FPS genre.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ A sequel to 2006's Red Steel, this FPS will feature cel-shaded graphics and an apparently Wild West-inspired setting.
  • GamePro: Video Games, Video Game Reviews, Gaming News, Game Trailers, and Game Info for Gamers 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.gamepro.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
  • GamePro: Video Games, Video Game Reviews, Gaming News, Game Trailers, and Game Info for Gamers 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.gamepro.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ The other amusing feature are the traps - you can activate weapons or open up trapdoors by hitting switches stationed throughout the level.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent - Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews - The Armchair Empire 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.armchairempire.com [Source type: General]

.There were even toilets.^ There were even toilets.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

.The weapons were also diverse, featuring laser guns, several types of mines, and the elusive one-hit-kill Golden Gun.^ The weapons were also diverse, featuring laser guns, several types of mines, and the elusive one-hit-kill Golden Gun.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ The Golden gun is a powerful gun that can kill anyone with one shot.
  • http://www.wiigamereviews.co.uk/Reviews.aspx?a=19042&title=GoldenEye-Rogue-Agent-GameCube 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.wiigamereviews.co.uk [Source type: General]

^ Players can choose to fight using only one weapon type, including an option to fight unarmed which is entitled 'Slappers Only' due to the appearance of the hand-to-hand combat involved.
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A8852763 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.bbc.co.uk [Source type: General]

.It is believed the zoomable sniper rifle was one of the contributions the game has made to the genre.^ It is believed the zoomable sniper rifle was one of the contributions the game has made to the genre.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Wikia Gaming - Walkthroughs, games, guides, and more 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC gaming.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ This is actually one of the best, or THE best, FPS video game of the 1990's, and one that helped popularize the first-person shooter genre on the consoles.
  • YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.youtube.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Rare's N64 original was one of the greatest games ever made, so unless the 'sequel' is going to match it or better, why risk the comparison?
  • Goldeneye: Rogue Agent, Goldeneye: Rogue Agent Xbox, | GamesRadar 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.gamesradar.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

History

  • At one point in the development, the game existed as a rail shooter.
  • The infamous 4 player split screen multiplayer mode was not added until very late in the development cycle.

Sequels

.Although Rare did not hold the license to the Bond series after this game (EA took over from there), Rare produced Perfect Dark as a spiritual successor to GoldenEye instead.^ Goldeneye the best bond game ever made.
  • inCrysis - Crysis Forums / Goldeneye: 00 Heaven :: New development! 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC incrysis.com [Source type: General]

^ So while Rare owns the Perfect Dark license and IP, Nintendo owns the Goldeneye license and the IP is the Fleming families.
  • Nintendo wants GoldenEye back 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joystiq.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Why did the bond license go to EA. Why did Rare sale them self to microsoft.
  • GoldenEye 007 setting sights on XBL? - News at GameSpot 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.gamespot.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.EA made more James Bond FPS games, but not until GoldenEye: Rogue Agent did they try to cash in on the GoldenEye name and reputation.^ Goldeneye the best bond game ever made.
  • inCrysis - Crysis Forums / Goldeneye: 00 Heaven :: New development! 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC incrysis.com [Source type: General]

^ GoldenEye: Rogue Agent falls between your typical FP...
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Video Game | Reviews, Trailers & Interviews | GameTrailers.com 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.gametrailers.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ This game is based on the 1995 James Bond film of the same name.
  • YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.youtube.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.The team behind GoldenEye split up into several different groups.^ Of course, fans of the 007 universe are already up in arms about the fact that GoldenEye completely destroys the continuity of the films, introducing several villains and henchmen who are from different eras of the movies and pitting them against each other.
  • GoldenEye: Rogue Agent Review | Xbox | Eurogamer 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.eurogamer.net [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
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^ Bond sneaks Natalya into the control center to disrupt transmissions to the GoldenEye satellite and force it to burn up in the Earth's atmosphere.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Quantum of Solace at the James Bond 007 Wiki 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC jamesbond.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ This splits into components under seven different headings: 007, Women, Allies, Villains, Mission Combat Manual, Q Branch, and Exotic Locations.
  • GoldenEye: Ultimate Edition (1995) 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.dvdmg.com [Source type: General]

.Most of them have created their own team, Free Radical, which developed the extremely similar TimeSplitters and TimeSplitters 2.^ They created a few more classic titles before jumping ship to Microsoft and shedding much of the Goldeneye team, who then went on to become Free Radical and developed the Timesplitters series.
  • 411mania.com: Games - Retronomicon 10.14.09: Goldeneye 007 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.411mania.com [Source type: General]

^ Many of the individuals that worked on GoldenEye left Rare and a few of them founded Free Radical, the developers of TimeSplitters: Future Perfect; also an EA published title.

^ Free Radical asks us to vote on TimeSplitters 4 platform .
  • Goldeneye -- Joystiq 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joystiq.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.It can be believed that the TimeSplitters games are also spiritual sucessors to GoldenEye.^ Entirely new to the game is the "Silo" mission in which Bond investigates an unscheduled test firing of a missile in Kyrgyzstan, believed to be a cover for the launch of a satellite known as GoldenEye.
  • GoldenEye 007 - Quantum of Solace at the James Bond 007 Wiki 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC jamesbond.wikia.com [Source type: General]

^ Goldeneye is the reason that great games like Perfect Dark and Timesplitters exist!
  • GoldenEye 007 (n64) reviews at Metacritic.com 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.metacritic.com [Source type: General]
  • User Comments for GoldenEye 007 (Nintendo 64) 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.metacritic.com [Source type: General]
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^ Or if you enjoyed Goldeneye you could play one of the three Timesplitters games since it was made by the same people .
  • Rumor: Goldeneye 2010 Coming to the Wii 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.escapistmagazine.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]


James Bond games
1980's
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There was a supposed mod in the game right after the "Train" map, where Bond and Natalyia had sex!^ The REAL problem is that ELECTRONIC ARTS has the distribution rights to any new bond games.
  • Nintendo wants GoldenEye back 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joystiq.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Not only do they need some kind of approval of Nintendo but you need to strike a deal with whoever owns the rights to publish Bond-games.
  • Goldeneye 007 Saga: Who Owns What? - News (N64/Xbox 360) 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC news.spong.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Doesn't EA has all the right of James Bond to make a video game?
  • 007 Games - BondMovies.com Message Board 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.bondmovies.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.Some say that the creators were forced to take it out because they wanted it to be a "T" rating.^ Don't they want us to get the word out?
  • Treyarch > News > Gamespy: James Bond 007 In Quantum Of Solace (ps3) 24 January 2010 1:01 UTC www.treyarch.com [Source type: General]

^ Hopefully they can sort it out and give what the fans want.
  • Destructoid - Rare explains XBLA GoldenEye's legal limbo 17 January 2010 8:48 UTC www.destructoid.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

^ Hey, if they're getting goldeneye, I want Jet Force Gemini too!
  • Nintendo wants GoldenEye back 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.joystiq.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

BETA:
.There was a massive database of research on goldeneye.detstar.com.^ Learn more about GoldenEye on IMDb.com the Internet Movie Database.
  • Amazon.com: GoldenEye (Special Edition): Joe Don Baker, Sean Bean, Samantha Bond, Pierce Brosnan, Robbie Coltrane, Alan Cumming, Judi Dench, Pavel Douglas, Serena Gordon, Constantine Gregory, Famke Janssen, Gottfried John, Tchéky Karyo, Michael Kitchen, Simon Kunz, Olivier Lajous, Desmond Llewelyn, Billy J. Mitchell, Scorupco, Izabella, Scorupco, Izabella: Movies & TV 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.amazon.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]
  • Amazon.com: GoldenEye: Pierce Brosnan, Sean Bean, Izabella Scorupco, Famke Janssen, Joe Don Baker, Judi Dench, Robbie Coltrane, Gottfried John, Alan Cumming, Tchéky Karyo, Desmond Llewelyn, Samantha Bond, Martin Campbell, Albert R. Broccoli, Anthony Waye, Barbara Broccoli, Bruce Feirstein, Ian Fleming, Jeffrey Caine, Michael France: Movies & TV 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC www.amazon.com [Source type: FILTERED WITH BAYES]

.This site can now only be accessed through online archives.^ Now if only they implemented 4-player online grabbing the other guy's control to screw him up while accusing him of screen-looking.
  • Goldeneye - Trapped in Limbo edition - Games and Technology - Penny Arcade Forums 1 February 2010 8:08 UTC forums.penny-arcade.com [Source type: General]


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