The Living Daylights (Special Edition)
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- Audio Commentary featuring Director John Glen and the members of the Cast and Crew
- Inside The Living Daylights Documentary
- Ian Fleming - 007's Creator Documentary
- Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scene
- Music Video
Top Customer Reviews
John Barry delivered his last 007 score and it is one of his best. I also enjoyed a-ha's rich and lyrical theme song played over Maurice Binder's main titles, which are very reflective. This was also the last Bond film made during the actual cold war. We see a much more intelligent British agent discern that the KGB is not made up of a bunch of hoodlums but instead it is actually headed by an equally intelligent counterpart to "M" and the like. The dark yet richly colored photography and locations bring back much of the feel of the earlier Bond films.
Timothy Dalton deserved to be around much longer as James Bond based on his work in this film.
This is a fantastic movie not only because it has a great plot, great actors, and a great bond, but because it also has a bond girl who bond seems really attracted to.Read more ›
Having been a child of 007's Roger Moore era, I had- on some seven different occasions during the course of his 14-year reign as Bond- looked forward with great anticipation to the very heights of fun and adventure. Moore, with his infectious charm and cheeky wit, was absolutely and completely entertaining as Bond. So I was naturally a little edgy when, in 1987, he retired, to pass the torch to another actor.
I was in college, studying English literature when I heard Timothy Dalton would be the next James Bond. To me, this seemed an exceedingly interesting choice- for here was a classically trained Welsh actor, who at that time had been fairly unknown. Yet I already knew him, of course: not only had he made his impression in some of the Shakespeare plays I'd been studying, but this ardent, sensitive actor had actually won my heart with his perfect portrayals of two beloved Bronte heroes- (Charlotte's "Rochester" and Emily's "Heathcliff.") Needless to say, I just couldn't wait for this one~~
THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS is a spy thriller in every classical sense.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great movie, everything was great about this order.Published 1 day ago by Videographer/Photographer
This is my favorite Bond movie because it shows Bond as a nice human being with a sense of humor. Not the usual cold calculating secret agent personality.Published 1 month ago by Pat
Pretty much a normal James Bond Film. Exciting and largely preposterous. Many of the aviation sequences would be highly improbable if not impossible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael6271
What can I say except that a James Bond movie is a James Bond movie. Lots of action, good-looking women and a solid ending.Published 1 month ago by Raymond Dangel