Goldeneye (1995) - (Movie Clip) Open, For England
Just the beginning of the over ten-minute action prologue, boffo bungee jump (shot at Verzasca Dam, Switzerland) and Pierce Brosnans first appearance as Ian Flemings James Bond, 007, joined by Sean Bean as Alec Trevelyan, 006, in Goldeneye, 1995.
Goldeneye (1995) -- (Movie Clip) No Problem With Female Authority
In his signature Aston Martin, on French mountain roads near Monaco, Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, six years after the death of a colleague in an anti-Soviet operation, is being evaluated by psychiatrist Caroline (Serena Gordon), then overtaken by Famke Janssen in a Ferrari, early in Goldeneye, 1995.
Goldeneye (1995) -- (Movie Clip) I Made It Easy This Time
Neatly arrayed (presumably) enemies, at the ex-Soviet weapon center, we meet Izabella Scorupco as Natalya, and Alan Cumming as Boris, computer-espionage nerds, with provocative chat, their relation to James Bonds activities unclear until Xenia (Famke Janssen) arrives with Ourumov (Gottfried John), in Goldeneye, 1995.
Goldeneye (1995) -- (Movie Clip) The Evil Queen Of Numbers
First events in London, Bond (Pierce Brosnan, in his first feature as 007), jousts with Moneypenny (first appearance in the role for Samantha Bond), gets his suspicions confirmed by Tanner (Michael Kitchen, later the celebrated title character in TVs Foyles War) then we meet Judi Dench, in her landmark introduction as the new M, in Goldeneye, 1995.
Goldeneye (1995) -- (Movie Clip) Call It Professional Courtesy
In St. Petersburg we meet Robbie Coltrane as Russian KGB man-turned-gangster Zukovsky, pursued by Bond (Pierce Brosnan) looking into the Janus crime syndicate, wrapped around Minnie Drivers kooky cameo as a girlfriend and country singer, performing the Tammy Wynette standard, in Goldeneye, 1995.