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Appears in: A View to a Kill
Actor: Christopher Walken
Attempted methods of killing Bond:
- Employs trick steeplechase gadgetry
- Triggers a hidden adrenaline stereoid in Bond's horse
- Attempts to drown Bond in a car
- Leaves Bond to die in burning building
- Tries to scrape Bond off his blimp by smashing him into things eg. Golden gate bridge
- Attempts to drown Bond by flooding the mine
- Attacks Bond with a hatchet
- Frames him for murder at city hall
How he is dispatched: Falls off the Golden Gate Bridge while attempting to attack Bond with a hatchet!
Evil scheme: Detonating a bomb in an abandoned mine on the San Andreas fault causing a double earthquake flooding the entire valley including San Francisco and Silicon Valley Killing millions and gaining control of the world microchip market.
How plans were foiled: Bond with the help of May Day stops the bomb that was going to cause a massive earthquake and that would inevitably destroy the entire valley.
Henchmen: May Day, Dr. Carl Mortner, Scarpine
Defining dialogue: "Intuitive improvisation is the secret of genius."
"For centuries alchemists tried to make gold from base metals. Today, we make microchips from silicon, which is common sand, but far better than gold. Now, for several years, we had a profitable partnership, you as manufacturers, while I acquired and passed on to you industrial information that made you competitive, successful. We are now in the unique position to form an international cartel to control not only production, but distribution of these microchips. There is one obstacle - Silicon Valley in San Francisco."
"So, anyone else want to drop out?"
Bond: "My department knows I'm here. When I don't report they'll retaliate."
Zorin: "If you're the best they've got, they'll more likely try and cover up your embarrassing incompetence."
Bond: "Don't count on it, Zorin."
Zorin: "Haha! You amuse me, Mr. Bond!"
Bond: "Oh, it's not mutual."
May Day: "Wow. What a view!"
Zorin: "To a kill."
Bond: "I take it you ride?"
Zorin: "I'm happiest in the saddle"
Zorin: "You lost, 007."
Bond: "Killing Tibbet was a mistake."
Zorin: "I'm about to make the same mistake twice."
In the 2004 third-person-shooter game Everything or Nothing, the villain Nikolai Diavolo mentions Max Zorin as his mentor and friend, and he will get revenge on ZorinsZorin's killer, Bond.
James Bond vs Max Zorin