James Bond blasts into orbit in this pulse-pounding adventure that takes him from Venice to Rio de Janeiro and to outer space! Roger Moore stars for the fourth time as Agent 007 and joins forces with NASA scientist Holly Goodhead (Lois Chiles) to prevent a power-mad industrialist (Michael Lonsdale) from destroying all human life on Earth.
**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**Audio Commentary Featuring Sir Roger Moore
**Audio Commentary Featuring Director Lewis Gilbert and Members of the Cast and Crew
**007 in Rio β Original 1979 Production Featurette
**Ken Adamβs Production Films
**Learning to Freefall β Skydiving Test Footage
**Cable Car Alternative Storyboards
**007 Mission Control: Interactive Guide into the World of Moonraker
**Original Theatrical Trailer
**Inside Moonraker β An Original Documentary
**The Men Behind the Mayhem β Special Effects Documentary
Cast & Crew
Christopher Wood's script takes the characters exactly where they always go in a James Bond pic and the only question is whether the stunts and gadgets will live up to expectations. They do.
Broccoli just keeps piling on the goodies: lush Ken Adam sets, gadgetry and gams galore, super stunts and effects.
Lewis Gilbert directed, but the real auteur of the series is production designer Ken Adam, whose spectacular chrome and plastic sets define Bond's world and technological ethic.
The space-age plot is spread dangerously thin, the fights all tend to slapstick, and the wanton destruction has become rather too predictable. But it's held together by likeable performances.
Moonraker is a movie by gadgeteers, for gadgeteers, about gadgeteers. Our age may be losing its faith in technology, but James Bond sure hasn't.
It's one of the most buoyant Bond films of all.
While parts of Moonraker are rather silly, solid special effects, well-executed action sequences, and a strict reliance upon the 'Bond Formula' keep this film among Moore's better entries as the British superspy.