Diamonds Are Forever (Special Edition)
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- Audio Commentary Featuring Director Guy Hamilton and members of the Cast and Crew
- Inside Diamonds Are Forever Documentary
- Cubby Broccoli - The Man Behind Bond Documentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Television and Radio Spots
Top Customer Reviews
Sean Connery flirts with ALL the chicks, if he had class in the original handful of movies, well he completely did away with that in this venture. He's a wise cracker in this one, which adds a lot of wit to this. Quirky, clever dialouge all around...
"Which do yo prefer, blondes or brunettes?"
"Either, as long as the collars match the cuffs."
Then theres Plenty O'Toole (ha hah) also a very attractive little chick, even though she gets drowned somewhat early on in the film.. oh well, it left more room for Tiffany Case to run around half naked for the rest of the time.... Outstanding rump shot while she's switching the cassette tape inside the laborotary. "Showing a little more cheek than usual, Miss Case?"
Lets not forget that Q is very present in this one, like when he's rigging the slots in the casino, and wins every time. There is also a whole cast of other great characters in this, and the plot goes from one place to the next very rapidly... sometimes the 007 movies can get a little slow, but this one never stops.. even the opening credits with the theme sung by Shirley Bassey is pretty cool. If you don't really get down on the BOND franchise, you still may like this, as just a witty, fun, action movie. Jimmy Dean (yeah, the sausage guy) plays billionaire William Whyte.. another fine addition. By the way, in case I didn't mention it, Tiffany Case is like the hottest BOND girl ever... IMHO.
"Diamonds Are Forever" isn't quite a laugh-fest, but it fails to achieve what its producers intended, namely to return the series to the glory days of "Goldfinger." This film was intentionally crafted to resemble the 1964 classic that turned Bond into a phenomenon. It returns 007 to American soil, in this case, Las Vegas, as well as brings Shirley Bassey back to sing the excellent title song, and has Guy Hamilton taking a second shot as director, a position he would retain for two more films.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great! The packaging was simple, yet trustworthy and sturdy. Thanks!Published 11 days ago by John Eliopoulos
**Warning** the 2015 edition I picked up at BEST BUY had the WRONG DISC inside, it had the Special Features only disc [No Movie] and it was still Factory sealed. Read morePublished 15 days ago by movie buff
I have to wonder where these DVDs come from. The one I received was not the movie--it was a special features disk with no movie included. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Catherine
Connery is back as Bond in the 7th film in the franchise. He looks comfortable, almost laid back in the role by now and sports some dapper grey temples – 10 years older than when... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Wilks
Diamonds Are Forever was the last official 007 film with Sean Connery and he once again did a great job. Read morePublished 1 month ago by kelly Groce
A step down from the other Sean Connery Bond films, even from the previous release; "On Her Majesty's Secret Service", which was the first one to feature a new Bond... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dave Soltz
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