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James Bond is catapulted into his most passionate adventure -- not for country, not for justice, but for personal revenge. As Agent 007 turns renegade, Timothy Dalton brings urgency, charm, and deadly determination to his portrayal of the screen's greates
The Blu-ray release of Licence to Kill contains a mixed bag of bonus material, some of which is quite good but little of which takes much advantage of the format's potential. Of the items that do, perhaps the most interesting is an interactive feature (called "007 Mission Control") that allows viewers to jump to specific moments or lines (if you want to hear star Timothy Dalton introduce himself as "Bond… James Bond," here's easy access); there's also a 32-minute behind-the-scenes featurette that includes some new interviews in Blu-ray (with director John Glen, actor Benicio Del Toro, and others--but not Dalton), which appear to have been added to previously existing material. There are two audio commentary tracks, one with Glen and cast members and the other with producer-writer Michael G. Wilson and some of the crew. Elsewhere, Glen introduces about 10 minutes' worth of deleted scenes, while other, shorter featurettes offer insight into some of the film's many effects sequences; a bit about specially made Kenworth trucks that could perform a wheelie or tilt heavily to one side without falling over is quite interesting. Gladys Knight's performance of theme song "If You Asked Me To" is here as well. Overall, though, the features navigation menu is rather clumsy, with the result that gaining access to some of them is more trouble than it's worth. --Sam Graham
Who can go wrong with a 007 movie? This was exactly as expected to complete my collection.Published 3 months ago by Slim2u
Had to have this in our "Bond" collection even if Timothy Dalton isn't our favorite "Bond". It still stays true to the "Bond" franchise.Published 4 months ago by M. Wood
Timothy Dalton is a terrific actor. Not to mention the only actor with Shakespearean theatre experience to play James Bond. He had big shoes to fill in following Sean Connery. Read morePublished 5 months ago by leelee
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Man With The Golden Gun and View to a Kill in Steel Book or Bust! I'm trying to find out but zip, nada, nothing! I'll boycott until they give in. I've got all steelbooks for the earlyer Bond BDs and I'm not going to stop.
Somebody make them. I'll buy!
Somebody find them. I'll buy you a pizza!
Apr 27, 2009 by A Customer | See all 2 posts