James Bond Blu-ray Collection Three-Pack, Vol. 3

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Disc 1: Goldfinger Ultimate Edition Blu-ray Widescreen Feature Film Disc 2: Moonraker Ultimate Edition Blu-ray Widescreen Feature Film Disc 3: The World Is Not Enough Ultimate Edition Blu-ray Widescreen Feature Film … More >>

James Bond Blu-ray Collection Three-Pack, Vol. 3

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5 Comments
  1. I just got it and I hate it because It’s bad package and not worth it to buy it! There is no fancy cases!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Took quite a while to arrive when compared to Vol 2 that was ordered at the same time from other vendor, but still within the delivery time as promised.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. I keep buying these sets because they are cheaper than buying them seperately. I am waiting on the other to come out.

    This set continues the marketing strategy of mixing the worst with the best. The Bronsnan films are the worst, but Goldeneye and Die Another Day were pretty good. Tomorrow Never Dies was not good. However, The World is Not Enough was not bad as well. It is Brosnan’s 2nd best film after Golden Eye. I had not even seen this film since I bought the first DVD release years ago (99′?).

    TWINE was a good film and for a film that is ten years old, it looks MORE high tech than the Craig Bond films. It is VERY hight tech looking with clean CGI and even flat screen monitors! Quality wise, this BD continues the strange tradition of the Brosnan films having either a lot of grain or a bad transfer. TWINE was far better than Day Another Day in every way. The picture was a lot clearer and the sound utilized well. So far, the best Brosnan BD.

    Goldfinger continues the tradition of the Connery films looking like they were filmed yesterday! I do not know why these are the best looking of the Bond BD’s, but the picture is so good looking, I kept forgetting that this was the mid-1960’s. It gives those of us who were not around during this time to get an idea how it was to live in another dimension of time.

    Moonraker was reviewed all over the net as being an astounding transfer, but I have to disagree. This one has much edge enhancement which kind of gives it a sharpened upconverted look of the DVD. It also shows the Moore was looking pretty old long before A View to a Kill (which is not a bad film). All of Moore’s other fims on BD look pretty good, but this one is missing a great transfer. It could be the source. Still something to get.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. They should have put them in the normal blue cases. Instead the disc were hold on to a folder by a black sponge… By the time it reaches me, the black sponges already worn off and came off.. Now my discs are bouncing up and down in the folder when carried around. I got all 3 volumes… so 5 discs are not hold up by anything in the folder.

    My girlfriend’s father bought the 10 James Bond movies in a box. I think that’s a better buy as each movie came with it’s own standard blue case. James Bond 10-Pack [Blu-ray]
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. I’m of two minds about this set. You get one movie from three different Bonds: Pierce Brosnan (the silly The World Is Not Enough, his weakest entry), Roger Moore (Moonraker, also not his best) and Sean Connery (Goldfinger, the greatest Bond film of them all and the mold for all the Bonds that would follow). The good news is that the films look simply amazing; they have been restored with tremendous care and loaded down with extras. The bad news is that it’s such a random collection of Bond movies that don’t really belong together. All you do is frustrate fans. Anyone who would buy this would also buy the complete Sean Connery set or the complete Roger Moore set and surely that’s the only logical way to package them? Visit me at michaelgiltz dot com.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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