"A View to a Kill" is the fourteenth film in the James Bond franchise, released in 1985. The film stars Roger Moore as James Bond and is directed by John Glen.
In the film, Bond is tasked with investigating a microchip technology that has been stolen from a Silicon Valley firm. His investigation leads him to Max Zorin, a wealthy industrialist who plans to monopolize the microchip industry by destroying Silicon Valley with an earthquake.
Along the way, Bond teams up with a beautiful geologist named Stacey Sutton and battles Zorin's henchmen, including the menacing May Day, played by Grace Jones.
The film features several iconic moments, including a high-speed chase on the Eiffel Tower and a climactic battle atop the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
"A View to a Kill" was the last Bond film to star Roger Moore, who had played the character for twelve years. It also marked the debut of Duran Duran's theme song, which became a hit on the charts.
The film received mixed reviews from critics but was a commercial success, grossing over $150 million worldwide. It remains a beloved entry in the James Bond franchise and is remembered for its thrilling action sequences and memorable characters.