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1973 121 Mins Audio: English MPA: PG BBFC: PG Maturity Rating 7+
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Live and Let Die (1973) online Buy for Download Live and Let Die is a 1973 movie. Director Guy Hamilton, Elaine Schreyeck, Derek Cracknell, Cast Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Jane Seymour,


James Bond must investigate a mysterious murder case of a British agent in New Orleans. Soon he finds himself up against a gangster boss named Mr. Big. Currently you are able to watch or buy for download "Live and Let Die" streaming on we platform.

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Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
In a brief scene, during a Voodoo-themed musical entertainment act, we see a strange man (impersonating Baron Samedi) dance around a stage in a white loincloth, white trench coat, and white top hat. We can see his entire legs and upper body. He dances towards a woman in a dark bikini who has been roped to two poles. He then wraps his left arm around her lower back and begins to quiver his jowls while making an odd sound. Some might see this as sexual, others as a hilarious moment. The opening title sequence begins with a woman's body dramatically side-lit, showing that she is wearing nothing but some necklaces. The strong lighting leaves most of her body in shadow, but we see part of her areola as well as her bared side from shoulder down to upper thigh. Later in the sequence, another apparently-nude woman is shown from the front; the only covering shown is some body paint. Posing and camera work obscure most of her body; no areola, nipple, or pubic area is shown. A man and a woman are in bed together, the man's arm around the woman. The top sheet covers the woman's chest, leaving the man's chest and the woman's shoulders visible. No clothing is visible. The woman asks the man for "one more time," implying sex. A woman sneaks out of a man's bedroom wearing only panties, with the man's pajama top pressed to her chest to hide her breasts. As she sneaks away, we see her bared back. A man unzips a woman's dress, showing a bit of her bared back and the top of her panties. In two scenes, a man dances in a scanty costume that covers little more than his pubic area. His bare chest, back and legs are visible several times. A few times in these scenes, we briefly see his buttocks. Several scenes involve a painted depiction of a nude man and woman embracing as lovers, with the woman's bared breast showing from the side. Pubic areas are hidden by posing and the couples' buttocks are hidden by an artistic drape. A man tries to talk a woman into bed with him. She refuses, but after later events in the scene, she reluctantly agrees to sleep with him. Nothing overt is shown beyond this, but the morning-after scene suggests that they had sex. A man and a woman are lying on a blanket in the jungle kissing, the man shirtless and the woman wearing the man's sleeveless undershirt. Dialogue suggests that they had sex before the scene began. The woman later runs off, apparently wearing nothing but the undershirt and possibly some brief panties. The undershirt falls to the woman's upper thighs, leaving her arms and legs fully bared. Photographs of nude women (apparently cut from magazines) are pasted up near a man's bed. Posing and cropping show bared breasts, hips, and thighs briefly. A man and a woman wake up together in bed. The man is shirtless and the woman wears a camisole. They speak of having had sex. Later in the scene, the woman asks the man to have sex with her again in veiled language. The man agrees using an innuendo. Dialogue reveals one of the sex scenes detailed above to involve a loss of virginity. The possibility of this makes another man very angry; his angry speeches contain multiple veiled references to sex.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
Bond pulls a ladder from a balcony down on an attacker's head, and kicks another in the chest. Bond is knocked out and carried out of a room. Bond drives a large truck under an overpass, and the top smashes into it and flies off. Bond blows up a crackhouse, and there's a large explosion. Bond burns a snake in one scene. After a long boat chase, a boat crashes into the hold of a larger boat, and explodes. Two men fight near a pool, and fall into it. One man inserts a pellet with built up air in it into the other man's mouth, and he inflates and explodes, non-graphically. A man is stabbed with no graphic detail. It is implied that another man is stabbed off screen. A dart is shot into a man's temple, killing him. Blood can briefly be seen. A woman is shot off screen; we see her body with blood on her shirt. A man is killed by a snakebite to the neck; no blood. A woman is violently slapped to the floor and then shouted at by a man as she cries. Could be upsetting for some. A man is killed in an explosion. A man's arm is cut three times very slowly by a large knife; the camera spends time showing the blood dripping into what is shown to be a shark pool. There's a car chase near the middle of the film. Bond fights with Baron Semedi, punching him and throwing him into a coffin of snakes, and he supposedly dies and is heard screaming, but he survives, as he's seen at the end of the film. A man appears to be graphically shot in the head, with part of his head flying off. It is soon revealed that this is some sort of animated mannequin, which Bond then destroys with additional gunshots. Bond and Tee Hee engage in a lengthy fight aboard a train. Bond punches him and slams him into different things, but Tee Hee knocks him around and tries to kill him with his hook hand. Bond eventually throws him off the train, though his death isn't seen.

Profanity Reason
The racial slur "honky" is used at least three times in the dialogue 1 mouthed use of "f**k", 1 use of "shit", 2 uses of "son of a bitch" (1 briefly heard on a phone call) 6-7 uses of "hell", 3 uses of "damn", 3 uses of "ass", and 3 uses of the racial slur "honky". This is the first Bond film to use such strong language.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
Bond smokes and drink ocasionally. Bond uses his cigar as a weapon twice. The villain's plan is to grow huge amounts of heroin and distribute much of it for free in the United States, causing his competitors to grow bankrupt and allowing him to make lots of money by charging large amounts for his heroin once all of his competitors are gone.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
In various moments, a man, Voodoo priest Baron Samedi, gives a sinister laugh, often so deep to seem maniacal. His scenes can be quite scary for young kids. A woman tied to a stake is being threatened with a snake at a voodoo ceremony. This scene can be scary for both older and younger viewers alike. A man is killed by a snakebite and sinister Voodoo rituals are shown. Attempted feedings of Bond to crocodiles and sharks scenes may scare young viewers Man emerges from graveyard, but it obviously is because of an artificial lift inside a fake tomb. Bond lights a spray to kill a snake. In the woods of San Monique, various sinister wooden Voodoo scarecrows can be seen, later revealed to be filled with autated cameras and guns. Some scenes involving Baron Samedi (his first appearence in San Monique, his tarot reading about Solitaire, as well as the last seconds of the film), could make you jump, as he appears suddenly on screen, crazily laughing.

United Artists, Eon Productions, Danjaq,

United Kingdom,




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