Tanya Roberts is best known for her roles in the Bond film ‘A View to Kill’ and her recurring role in the sitcom ‘That 70’s Show.’ She started her acting career with Broadway and made her film debut in the mid 70s with the horror flick ‘Forced Entry.’ She culminated the 70s with a few more key appearances in films, such as ‘Tourist Trap,’ ‘California Dreaming,’ and ‘Racquet.’
She had the best time of her career during the 80s, as she played her best parts in films, such as ‘The Beastmaster,’ ‘Hearts and Armour,’ ‘Sheena: Queen of the Jungle,’ ‘A View to Kill,’ ‘Body Slam,’ and ‘Night Eyes.’ She starred in the hit sitcom ‘That 70’s Show’ in the 90s and also featured in smaller films, such as ‘Inner Sanctum’ and ‘Legal Tender.’ Her career then somehow slowed down after the mid -90s and her appearances were limited to guest roles on several TV series.
Tanya Roberts has had a few failures, such as ‘Waikiki,’ ‘Purgatory’ and ‘Almost Pregnant.’
The film is dramatization of Edgar Hoover’s long career at the FBI. He was instumental in founding the FBI in 1935, and was its head till his death in 1972. He served under 8 US Presidents, and busts many a scandals. As his private files became public after his death, it lead to scandalous revelation of how he used the information, allegedly to blackmail people to maintain his position at bureau.
Dar is an ancient warrior having an ability to communicate with his animal allies telepathically. Along with his animal friends, he wages a war against an evil priest in order to save all his friends.
James Bond recovers a microchip from the body of a dead agent to realize that it has sinister applications. The developer of the chip, Max Zorin, has plans to destroy Silicon Valley thus gaining a monopoly over microchip manufacturing. Bond must stop Zorin but Zorin’s formidable bodyguard May Day stands in his way.