|Goldeneye: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming 1989 TV, 103 min.|
Director: Don Boyd
Cast: Charles Dance, Phyllis Logan, Reg Gadney, Julian Fellowes, Donald Hewlett, Lynsey Baxter, Ed Devereaux, Donald(2) Douglas, Stephan Grothgar, Joseph Long
Ian Fleming had many of the characteristics of the man he invented: James Bond. This biographical made-for-TV film follows the adventures of this playboy/adventurer/spy, concentrating on his World War II adventures and romances.
|Legionnaire 1998 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama / Adventure
Director: Peter MacDonald
Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Jim Carter, Steven Berkoff, Ana Sofrenovic, Nicholas Farrell, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Daniel Caltagirone, Joseph Long, Mario Kalli, Kim Romer, Anders Peter Bro, Paul Kynman, Vincent Pickering, Joe Montana, Takis Triggelis
In this direct-to-video offering, playboy boxer Alain Lefevre (Jean-Claude Van Damme) tries to escape from fight promoter Lucien Galgani (Jim Carter) with his ex-fiancee Katrina (Ana Sofrenovic) who is now Galgani's girlfriend. Plans go awry. Alain shoots Galgani's brother and Katrina is returned to Galgani. Now, Alain seeks refuge by joining the French Foreign Legion, and as he and his new cohorts defend a desert fort, many more problems ensue.
|1. Goldeneye: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming (1989)|
2. Legionnaire (1998)
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