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On Her Majesty's Secret Service

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age 12+

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age 13+

Worst bond film ever

I hate this movie so much George lazenbey is not good as James Bond and it has violence, smoking, bad attitude towards wemen and bad sexual attitude DO NOT watch this movie.

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age 15+

NO !👿

Okay this James Bond film is RUBISH worst I have ever scene most important of all it has a bad attitude towards women in it I don’t know what else to say on how bad it is...

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age 13+

“It’s all right. It’s quite all right, really. She’s having a rest. We’ll be going soon. There’s no hurry, you see. We have all the time in the world.”

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is a 1969 Bond film directed by Peter R. Hunt and starring George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ilse Steppat, George Baker, Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell. Language(1/5): 2 uses of “hell” and 1 use of “damn”. The film has 3 total curses. Sex, Romance and Nudity(3/5): During the intro sequence, silhouettes of naked women are briefly shown, including three women with their nipples visible. James Bond is implied to have taken a group of women’s virginity in one scene. Playboy magazines are briefly shown, though no nudity is present. Some women show cleavage. Bond sleeps with Tracy and eventually marries her. Kissing and hugging is shown throughout. Drinking, Drugs and Smoking(1/5): Lots of social drinking. Bond drinks champagne. The villain smokes cigars. Violence(4/5): In the beginning of the film, Bond slaps an unconscious woman to try and wake her up. A corpse is shown hanging from a noose in the mountains. Fistfighting occurs throughout. Bond throws two men off of a mountain cliffside, and one of the men is shown hitting the ground. While Bond is being chased, a man falls into a shredder and gets chopped up, with blood and guts falling in the snow. Three men die in an avalanche. Bond is in perilous situations throughout. The finale involves many deaths by shootouts and grenades. A man is burned to death with a flamethrower. A man throws a potion at Bond, but he misses, burning through a window, and Bond shoots him. (SPOILER ALERT) After they are married, Tracy is shot in a drive-by shooting by one of Blofeld’s henchwomen. Bond doesn’t realize she’s dead at first, getting into the car and talking to her, but he looks and sees her with a bloody bullethole in her forehead as she slumps over. Bond mourns her in an emotional sequence. (SPOILERS OVER) Positive Messages(1/5): One message is that anyone can find true love. Positive Role Models and Representations(2/5): Bond, while still succumbing to his negative traits, shows a notable amount of care for Tracy in this film, even marrying her. Watching Experience: Quality(opinionated): (My rating) Rated PG-13 For some sequences of action violence, brief bloody images, some suggestive material and brief language.

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age 12+

One of the better Bond films

Solid Bond film. Lazenby gives a very emotional Bond and the plot is very intriguing. However, he is dubbed for much of the film, which is a bummer. Diana Rigg and Telly Savalas are really good as well. Bad points are that Lazenby can come off as fairly arrogant but other than that there are none. The sexual aspect of the film is amped up a bit but still isn't a problem.

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age 12+

George Lazenby's one-off movie is underrated

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) Nick Riganas In his peril-laden quest to bring down the well-connected SPECTRE criminal organisation and its megalomaniac leader Ernst Blofeld, British MI6 agent James Bond goes undercover in the dangerous, snow-capped Swiss Alps. And after saving vulnerable Countess Tracy di Vicenzo from certain death, Bond infiltrates Blofeld's heavily fortified alpine headquarters, from where the evil genius plans to launch his mad secret scheme and imperil millions of innocents. But as Bond dices with death at the impregnable mountaintop stronghold, something unexpected happens. Can James Bond rid the world of the Blofeld menace once and for all?

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age 13+

Pretty good

OHMSS is a good Bond film with loads of violence and brief nudity

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age 5+

Der Film fand ich nicht so gut!

James bond Geheimdienst ihrer Majestät ist ein Film mit viel Sex.

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age 12+

This would be soooooooooo good (but George Lazenby is in it)

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age 13+

One of the best Bonds changes the stakes and has sexuality and violence as to be expected from Bond fans.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a 1969 Bond movie directed by Peter R. Hunt and starring George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Gabrielle Ferzetti, and Isle Steppat. Language(1/5): “Hell” and “damn” used in one scene briefly. Sex(3/5): Bond is implied to have taken multiple women's virginity in one scene. Some playboy magazines are seen but nothing explicit is actually shown. Cleavage. Drinking, Drugs, And Smoking(1/5): Lots of mild social drinking. Violence(4/5): Fist fighting throughout. One lengthy scene where skiers attack Bond, where he dispatches them by punching them, throwing them off a cliff, and one particularly gruesome scene where one of them falls in a vehicle and gets chopped up, where blood and guts are mixed with the snow. Bond is in peril throughout. The finale involves death by poisoning, shootouts, grenades, and flamethrowers. A long bobsled chase after the explosion of the base. Just so I don't spoil it, the final scene also involves a death of a main female character in a drive by shooting, her corpse is seen with blood on it. Positive Messages(1/5): Messages about the dangers of marriage in the wrong situations and anti-evil message Positive Role Models And Representations(2/5): Bond, while still being a cold-blooded killer and womanizer, he also shows some of the most empathy in the series towards the Bond girl Tracy, who he marries in the end. Quality(opinionated): One of the best Bonds ever. The ending had so much emotion, and throughout it's a great film through and through. (My rating) PG-13 For sequences of action violence including a bloody image and some sensual content.

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age 11+

Its fine!

it was OK for my 11 year old brother. if you skip the opening scene it is pretty fine for young tweens. a little to much sensuality though

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