- Sorry, this item is not available in
- Image not available
- To view this video download Flash Player
Seven films. Four Bonds. One set. This sprawling collection surveys over 30 years of James Bond skullduggery, from the cold war tensions of the 1960s to the international free-for-all of the present. Sean Connery remains the coolest of the Bonds, a ruthless agent with dry martini wit and a way with the women, and in Goldfinger his steely presence helped forge the Bond formula of tongue-in-cheek wit, wondrous secret agent toys created by Q, and megalomaniac supervillains bent on world destruction. Thunderball upped the Bond ante with the most ambitious adventure--and budget--to date. Roger Moore brought an altogether lighter tone to 007 with Live and Let Die, softening Connery's rough edges with a more romantic persona as the films became even more exotic. After a brief digression into outer space, For Your Eyes Only returned Bond to globetrotting high adventure and teamed him with his most endearing ally (Topol as a gregarious smuggler). Timothy Dalton made his second and final appearance as Bond in Licence to Kill, the toughest of the Bond films since Connery's early efforts. Though not a fan favorite, it's a sleek, solid adventure with an edge missing from the Moore pictures. Pierce Brosnan is the latest to take on 007's licence to kill, combining the best of Connery's cool and Moore's humor. GoldenEye is the best Bond film in years, a grand globetrotting adventure with lovely Bond girls and a tough new M (Judy Dench). Tomorrow Never Dies doesn't recapture that magic mix of action, gadgetry, and romance, but does feature the first Bond girl to match 007 blow for blow: Hong Kong action superstar Michelle Yeoh. Taken together, this set is a veritable cross-section of the many faces of James Bond. All that's missing is George Lazenby. Do I hear a nomination for set 2? --Sean Axmaker
I love 007. One of my first movies I got to see in the theater was a James bond movie. Dad took me when I was 8. Since then I was hooked. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Rob
product arrived in good condition.
still have to watch goldfinger and thunderball.
all of the dvds have deleted scenes and documentaries.
Okay, these sets suck. Come on, this is James friggin' Bond here!!! We can do better than this. Here's my idea of how to handle the Bond box sets, and with any luck in 2010... Read morePublished on August 30, 2006 by James Daniel Walsh
James Bond goes up against some of the toughest forces of evil in this collection. GOLDFINGER contains a well-balanced level of depth and action leaving one emotionally charged. Read morePublished on March 11, 2004 by gobirds2
Ok, i'm a huge James Bond fan. And, as a distinguished ametuer film critic, I know what I like. And these films I like. Read morePublished on September 19, 2002 by Kristy M. Ross
This collection has some of the greatest Bond movies. It starts out great with Connery's two best and most popular films - (with the exception of "From Russia With Love")... Read morePublished on January 8, 2002
DVD'S are great, especially the Bond special edition DVD's. If you're truly a Bond fan such as I then these were a must have ever since you bought your DVD player. Read morePublished on July 3, 2001 by Mike D.
IF you like the British Secert Service Agent James Bond 007 you will love this collection. The movies spand 32 years, The collection includes two Sean Connery movie Goldfinger and... Read morePublished on June 22, 2001 by Giuseppe Rosini