Bullet to Beijing (1995)

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Working-class espionage-agent Harry Palmer returns in this spy thriller. Palmer is assigned to find a stolen vial of a virulent, fatal virus that has been sent to the North Korean embassy in Beijing, assisted by Nikolai, Natasha, and an ex-CIA agent. Along the way, the spies double-cross each other.
Rating:
R (adult situations/language, sex, violence)
Genre:
Action & Adventure , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Paramount Home Video

Cast

Michael Caine
as Harry Palmer
Jason Connery
as Nikolai Petrov
Mia Sara
as Natasha Gradetsky
Michael Sarrazin
as Craig Warner
Burt Kwouk
as Kim Soo
Sue Lloyd
as Jean
Patrick Allen
as Col. Wilson
Lev Prygunov
as Colonel Gradsky
Gregory Hlady
as Police Inspector
Anatoliy Kulbitsky
as Prof. Kubitsky
Shaughan Seymour
as Carruthers
Corinna Richards
as Policewoman
Tamara Timofeeva
as Elderly Woman
Helena Michell
as Henriette
Juliette Benson
as Juliette
Ingolf Gorges
as Andrei
Sasha Baykov
as Louis's Grandson
Sasha Baikov
as Louis's Grandson
Tamara Timofeyeva
as Elderly Woman
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Critic Reviews for Bullet to Beijing

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Audience Reviews for Bullet to Beijing

½

Michael Caine returns as Harry Palmer almost 30 years after he last played the role. This, and one last Palmer film, were shot back to back for television, and as a result, they seem a little on the cheap side. They are well shot for 90s TV, but the quality isn't going to be anywhere near that of the original three films. It can be okay to watch, but it is rather forgettable in the long run...and Caine was too old for the part at this point. Might be worth checking out if you really like the Palmer character, but it feels pretty weak. There are moments that feel a bit too goofy, and others that just don't work. The action is rather lame too...but again, take it all with a grain of salt...it did it's best for a made for TV sequel.

Ken Scheck
Ken Scheck
½

I saw it on an Italian channel (La 7).It was a quite funny movie...I didn't know the actor who was playing Nikolai is Sean Connery's son...

Nadia Chloe
Nadia Chloe

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