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The World Is Not Enough (1999)

Episode #25

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer released The World Is Not Enough on November 19, 1999. Michael Apted directed the film starring Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, and Robert Carlyle.

‘The World Is Not Enough’ Plot Synopsis

When someone murders an oil tycoon named Sir Robert King in cold blood, MI6 assigns James Bond to protect his daughter, Elektra. It seems an anarchist named Renard, with a vendetta against the British agency, is behind the murder, and he now has his eyes set on taking down the King pipeline; even if he has to kill Elektra too. While investigating his assignment, Bond eventually learns there might be more to King’s death, and that Elektra might have ulterior motives about the pipeline. With help from an old adversary named Valentin Zukovsky and a physicist named Dr Christmas Jones, Bond races against the clock to stop the terrorist’s plan for destroying the pipeline before it’s too late.

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