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Sean Connery film reviews

Sean Connery

British / Scottish actor

25 August 1930
in EdinburghCity of Edinburgh, ScotlandUnited Kingdom


Doctor No

as James Bond

The Sting 1962

British agent James Bond is sent on his first mission - he has to stop the evil mastermind from sending the rockets on the cities.


The Longest Day

as Pvt. Flanagan

The Sting 1962

The real events that took place before and during D-Day.


The Hill

as Joe Roberts

The Sting 1965

British penal unit in the middle of the desert is the place where brutality and discipline are the only rules.



as Colonel Tahlvik

The Sting 1974

Hijacked airplane lands in one of Scandinavian countries, where the story takes strange twists.


Murder on the Orient Express

as Colonel Arbuthnot

The Sting 1974

Hercules Poirot travels on the Orient Express when one of the passengers is found dead with multiple stab wounds. This could be the most complicated case in career of the Belgian detective.


A Bridge Too Far

as Major General Urquhart

The Sting 1977

Operation Market-Garden, the daring plan of General Montgomery to break into Germany with help of paratroopers goes wrong. Based on real events.


The Name of the Rose

as William of Baskerville

The Sting 1986

When monks in 14th century abbey die in mysterious ways Franciscan friar William of Baskerville tries to uncover the truth behind it.


The Hunt for Red October

as Marko Ramius

The Sting 1990

Experienced captain in charge of newest Russian submarine is obviously trying to defect to United States.

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