Rewatched Jul 06, 2012
Kevin Carr’s review:
Part of our Bondathon: Of the two Dalton movies, this is the lesser one. It's darker, and it stopped Dalton's stride with a six-year hiatus and new Bond following. However, it has some nice elements, including a harder-edged Bond, beautiful ladies, a young Benicio del Toro and a wonderfully explosive ending. It suffers from being too dark and gritty at times, as well as falling into the standard South American drug lord plot that so many 80s movies and TV shows used. Still, it's better than I remembered it when I skipped it in theaters and later caught on VHS.