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James Bond heads to The Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by SPECTRE agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme.... (Full plot summary below)

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James Bond heads to The Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by SPECTRE agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme.

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Lyles' Movie Files - 9/10 by Jeffrey Lyles Connery's last exceptional Bond as it gives 007 a competent villain, a thrilling adventure in an unusual setting, great Bond Babes and one of the series' all-time best scenes.
Turner Classic Movies Online - 8/10 by Sean Axmaker Thunderball, the biggest, most lavish, and longest Bond film at that time, was the most popular of its day.
Sky Movies - 8/10 by Tim Evans For all its flaws, it was classic Bond. And remains so.
Monthly Film Bulletin - 8/10 by MFB Critics Terence Young's direction is nothing if not taut, whisking the narrative along with the speed and precision of a jet plane, defying one to express boredom.
Groucho Reviews - 8/10 by Peter Canavese Sean Connery's fourth Bond film, Thunderball, slips from the peak of From Russia with Love and Goldfinger, but still provides plenty of thrills of the brand only 007 can provide. [Blu-ray]
Variety - 8/10 by Variety Staff There's visible evidence that the reported $5.5 million budget was no mere publicity figure; it's posh all the way.
Antagony & Ecstasy - 7/10 by Tim Brayton A particularly energetic, jaunty Bond adventure, the kind that is just plain fun to watch, in a perfectly relaxed and undemanding register.
Chicago Reader - 6/10 by Dave Kehr Slightly bloated Bond, with too much technology for my taste and a climactic slaughter that's a little too mindless to be much fun.
Radio Times - 6/10 by David Parkinson Director Terence Young never quite solves the pacing problems posed by filming underwater, but John Stears's Oscar-winning special effects more than compensate.
Sin Magazine - 5/10 by Austin Kennedy The ambition is evident throughout, but the execution just doesn't have enough energy to sustain it. THUNDERBALL is very sluggish. - 4/10 by Nick Rogers Turgidly paced and overly reliant on less-than-thrilling underwater sequences, it's the "Moonraker" of Sean Connery's run -a misstep defined by heyday technology that the producers thought would look cool in the era but feels hopelessly stale today.
Common Sense Media - 4/10 by Scott G. Mignola Even James Bond can miss his mark.

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