Parent reviews for Licence to Kill

Common Sense says

Darker version of James Bond has more violence, language.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 14+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 14+
Based on 23 reviews
Adult Written byMatthew S. February 1, 2017
Parent of a 5, 10, and 10-year-old Written bysilwuttke April 8, 2020

Has more violence and cursing than usual Bonds

Very gory and violent blood is shown in nearly every scene a mans head explodes at one point blood splatters all over one of the more darker bonds. Language includes bulls**t, s**t, a*s, b**tard, g*ddamn, da*n are used frequently. There is less sex than usual bonds though. This movie has a drug dealer as the criminal so you should expect lots of drinking, and smoking. Adults smoke frequently.

This title contains:

Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adult Written byPeter W. August 17, 2017

Licence has some great action

Licence to kill had a good story line with some really good action scenes especially the final truck chase. It really appealed to my son when we watched it for the first time.

This title contains:

Positive role models
Adult Written byMatt K. January 8, 2017

License To Kill-The Definitive Bond Movie!!!!

Timothy Dalton's 2nd outing as 007 and must say this is Bond at his best and great acting from Timothy in playing Bond as it should of been played from the start as Ian Fleming wrote it. Ignore the silly critics as they clearly do not know what there talking about and enjoy this excellent Bond movie and one of the best. Great acting all round from the cast and seeing a darker Bond is awesome. Makes a change from the cartoon Bond which was Roger Moore. Robert Davi easily the best Bond villain and Benicio Del Toro excellent as Dario as well. Timothy is the best Bond followed by Sean Connery and then Daniel Craig. James Bond as it should be.