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James Bond Blu-Ray Collection £24.99 @ Amazon

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
For any 007 fans WAS £89.99

Contains the James Bond titles
DR. NO
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
DIE ANOTHER DAY
LIVE AND LET DIE
AND THUNDERBALL.
DR. NO is the first 007 film.
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#1
Good deal but still pricey.
1 Like #2
Great deal, just over £4/ film! Wish they would release them all...
#3
Good price .... but what a weird collection !!
Cannot understand why they have not released them in order - with this set you get a smattering of Connery, Moore and Brosnan (in the worst ever Bond film 'Die another Day', which should have been called 'Die another Bond film' as Bond films went all downhill with Brosnan and completely lost the plot with Craig !!)
#4
Casino Royal was good
#5
Maybe 2 good Bond movies in this, the reason why they put these all together was to sell the turkeys..
#6
Adam2050
Good deal but still pricey.

How is this pricey...

Voted hot from me!

Edited By: mimminito on Jan 12, 2011 14:05
#7
nicmall
Casino Royal was good


Which one?

Daniel Craig or Peter Sellers?
#8
I quite liked die another day, except for Madonna and that god awful invisible car.
#9
Why bother with blu ray for the older movies. DVD is good enough.
#10
blueclavius
Why bother with blu ray for the older movies. DVD is good enough.


why is DVD good enough? The 35mm film used to record these old movies (even back to the 1920's) actually has a much higher resolution than bluray.
#11
Daniel Craig
#12
mailman
blueclavius
Why bother with blu ray for the older movies. DVD is good enough.


why is DVD good enough? The 35mm film used to record these old movies (even back to the 1920's) actually has a much higher resolution than bluray.


Exactly, this is what Blu-ray marketing has completely failed on; quashing this ridiculous misconception that only "new" films are high enough resolution for Blu-ray!
#13
Same price at Play, for anyone who prefers them.

Voted hot.

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