For Your Eyes Only (1981) Roger Moore: James Bond Revisited

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

In 1981, For Your Eyes Only marked a new era for James Bond in more ways than one. After going to space in the controversial (but wildly successful) Moonraker, the choice was made to bring James Bond Movies back down to earth. To that end, John Glen was promoted to director, a post he would keep all through the eighties, while Roger Moore's James Bond was given a mature, order edged overhaul. The result was a critically acclaimed, successful Bond outing that stands as one of the series most underrated gems.

Join us on James Bond Revisited as we take a look back at For Your Eyes Only (1981). Check out the rest of the series right here!

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Chris Bumbray began his career with JoBlo as the resident film critic (and James Bond expert) way back in 2007, and he has stuck around ever since, being named editor-in-chief in 2021. A voting member of the CCA and a Rotten Tomatoes-approved critic, you can also catch Chris discussing pop culture regularly on CTV News Channel.