Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book)

Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book) [Blu-ray]

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Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book) [Blu-ray]

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Collectible box set featuring all 22 James Bond films on Blu-ray disc in one complete offering for the first time.

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Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book) [Blu-ray]

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  1. 77 of 100 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great price, January 17, 2012
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    Glen A. Gill (Cincinnati, OH United States) –

    This review is from: Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    This review is about the item and its value. To put it simply, if you are going to buy the entire series of James Bond movies and you have a Blu-ray player, this is the bargain to buy. I have been picking the movies up individually from Amazon for between $9.49 to $9.99 each. A great deal. However, if I had known about this offer, I would have gone for the entire collection. 22 movies for $200.00 comes to about $9.10 each!

    Each of the individual movies I have seen so far makes the Blu-Ray upgrade well worth it. The video quality of each is un-surpassed. Details, only guessed at, are impressive. The audio of each is, also, incredible. Each has the DTS HD Master 5.1 plus the original Mono or Dolby Surround soundtrack (there is a depth to Shirley Bassey’s “Moonraker” openning that I found almost…moving).

    I have about a dozen of the individually released movies. If you can’t wait, maybe Amazon will have the others for the price mentioned above. If you CAN wait, this set is the best deal and well worth it.

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  2. 40 of 43 people found the following review helpful
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    “…One Of Nature’s Finest Killers…”, February 26, 2012
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    Mark Barry, Reckless Records, London (UK) –
      

    This review is from: Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection (with Limited Edition Hardcover Book) [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)

    *** A ‘PREAMBLE’ ON THE FORTHCOMING “BOND 50” BLU RAY BOX SET ***

    For those who pre-purchase – there are a few details worth noting about this 22-disc BLU RAY box set as a ‘preamble’ to its eventual release in Oct 2012…

    Excluding the two Daniel Craig outings (“Casino Royale” and “Quantum Of Solace” which are also in the box) – as of February 2012 there are only 11 of the previous 20 James Bond movies presently on Blu Ray – they are “Dr. No”, “From Russia With Love”, “Goldfinger”, “Thunderball”, “Live And Let Die”, “The Man With The Golden Gun”, “For Your Eyes Only”, “Moonraker”, “License To Kill”, “Die Another Day” and “The World Is Not Enough”. [Note: 9 have been officially released in the UK – it appears that “The Man With The Golden Gun” and “Licence To Kill” are ‘EURO’ issues – covering in German writing and with no card wraps].

    PRINT QUALITY:
    The 11 that are out there are 1-disc Blu Ray versions matching exactly the 2DVD “Ultimate Edition” issues from 2006. They boast a genuinely beautiful print (a full Lowry Digital Frame-By-Frame Restoration) and each is packed with great extras from the time. Overall – you get hundreds of hours of Bond memories. I’ve reviewed “Goldfinger” and have also raved about “Live And Let Die” as examples of how good reissued Blu Ray can be when its done properly. I own the others and although I haven’t reviewed them – I’ve watched them all – and they’re gorgeous in terms of print quality.

    So when this Blu Ray box does come out – it will make the remaining 9 available for the first time on that format – and (given what went before) they will be nothing short of spectacular to look at – and for me personally some of the best titles in the franchise – “You Only Live Twice”, “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, “Diamonds Are Forever”, “The Spy Who Loved Me”, “Octopussy”, “A View To A Kill”, “The Living Daylights”, “Goldeneye” and “Tomorrow Never Dies”.

    EXTRAS/PACKAGING:
    At this point (February 2012) – there is no indications of ‘new’ bonus material – and if 20th Century Fox had any – you’d imagine they’d advertise it big time and in advance. So we should presume there ‘isn’t anything new’ on this forthcoming box. But – and it’s important to note this – the bonus material of the original 2DVD sets that is out there on the 11 already released – and will be on the 9 newly transferred to this box – is ‘HUGE’. I mean there’s hour and after hour of it – and the vast majority of that bonus material is genuinely informative and entertaining. The picture of the box looks nice – but of course without access to the actual item – it’s hard to assess whether its been done on the cheap-and-naff – or not. Hopefully not (a decent booklet please).

    To sum up this preamble – it’s probably not the smartest move on my part to review a box set that hasn’t come out yet – but at a retail price of a little over four pounds sterling/five dollars US per disc – “Bond 50” with its 22 films is still a mouth-watering prospect. And fan-gripes aside – it will surely feature heavily in people’s pre-purchase Christmas shopping baskets for 2012.

    I’m personally hoping that each of the missing titles are reissued ‘individually’ in the same matching card wraps as the initial releases – so I can match up the spines.
    I’m also hoping to shoot the craps with Plenty O’Toole…but that isn’t going to happen either.

    I may need to get out more – but in terms of sheer value for money – “Bond 50” is already lining itself up to be a BLU RAY FORMAT ‘Reissue Of The Year’ – even before it’s released and “Skyfall” (Bond 23) gets here in December.

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