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A box of three James Bond 2 Disc Ultimate Editions quite close to the price of one!
*Goldfinger
*The Man With The Golden Gun
*Goldeneye
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#1
Excellent price. Voted hot.
#2
Same price at 101cd.com
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blahDVD owns 101cd :)

Thanks lastcall :thumbsup:
#4
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blahDVD owns 101cd :)

Thanks lastcall :thumbsup:


I know!
#5
8% Quidco at 101cd as well
#6
Great price, voted hot!
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£5.99 in Morissons when they've got stock

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Other triple packs as well.

Cheers

G
#8
Brill price, voted hot
#9
Fantastic Deal!

3 of my Favourite Bonds!

Thank you for bringing this to my attention!
#10
cheers and great price anyone know where to get the rest cheap? ;)
#11
Brilliant price had it not been for the Goldeneye film as its a weak bond as far as Bonds go...Got that little irish leprechaun in it and that spoils the dvd pack in my opinion...:-(

Mind you theres more Bond deals out there...:thumbsup:
#12
crazylegs
Brilliant price had it not been for the Goldeneye film as its a weak bond as far as Bonds go...Got that little irish leprechaun in it and that spoils the dvd pack in my opinion...:-(

Mind you theres more Bond deals out there...:thumbsup:

"shocking, absolutely shocking"

You are in the minority as virtually every survey of the best Bond always has Brosnan a clear 2nd with Connery 1st. Desmond Llewellyn rated Brosnan as the best Bond. Personally I think Connery shades it as the best Bond. Goldeneye is the best Bond film!!! Got the franchise back on track with a bang after Dalton and a way too old Roger Moore hung up his Walther PPK


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Sir Sean Connery has retained his crown as the best James Bond of all time beating Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and George Lazenby in a survey for sci-fi and fantasy magazine SFX. One almost wonders why anyone bothers to conduct polls to find the definitive Bond: Connery wins each and every time and has done so for years. In true Highlander style, there can be only one.

There's an old Bond adage that says people tend to favour the one they grow up with: poppycock. Roger Moore, old eyebrows himself, was the 007 of my youth and I frequently found it impossible to take him seriously - and not just because of his heinous 1970s wardrobe. He invariably looked as if he'd rather break an egg than break a neck - and you never got that impression with Connery. When his Bond smiled at villains (the kind of smile that didn't reach his eyes) you knew they'd be worm food shortly.

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Connery beat out many far bigger (and more expensive) names to play Ian Fleming's superspy James Bond in 1962's Dr No. In fact, one of the original choices was Cary Grant, but he would only commit to one film. David Niven, Trevor Howard, Rex Harrison, Patrick McGoohan, James Mason and even Richard Burton were all 007 contenders but Connery took it on and it made him a major 1960s icon.

The inherent violence of the character in the novel was more contained in the screen version, but Connery's air suggested it was never far away. His unflappably cool sophistication and humour were also major winners with cinema-goers back then, and remains so today.

Connery attempted to abandon 007 time and time again, but audiences wouldn't let him. Between 1967's You Only Live Twice and 1971's Diamonds Are Forever, George Lazenby attempted to fill his shoes, but failed. A little paunchy, but still handsome and charismatic, Connery donned his toupee and returned to his most celebrated role for the aptly titled Never Say Never Again in 1983. It was a remake of 1965's Thunderball and followed a similar plotline; even after a 12-year absence from Bond pictures, fans still adored Sean Connery as 007.

This latest survey of Ian Fleming's screen spies put Pierce Brosnan in second place, followed by Moore, Dalton and Lazenby. It reinforces my contention that each successive Bond signs on the dotted line already knowing that their mission isn't to better the actor they've immediately succeeded, but the man who is the quintessential Bond - Connery. Sean Connery. Coming second to the master is probably a massive ego-boost for Brosnan; bet he frames that poll result. Already critics are hailing Daniel Craig's performance, but I'll bet all the money I have in the world that Connery, Sean Connery will still be the Bond top dog as far as the general public is concerned.
#13
every survey of the best Bond always has Brosnan a clear 2nd with Connery 1st.

Yes that is Shocking absolutely shocking that The Irish Leprechaun has been placed second to Connery....In my eyes that is unbelievable...:-(

Goldeneye is the best Bond film!!!

Poppycock...What utter tosh..:giggle:

The best bond film is arguably DR NO with Connery and the gorgeous Honey ryder (Ursella Andress) followed closely by The man with the Golden Gun with the fabulous Britt Ekland, Christopher Lee and who could forget (Nick Nack
Herve Villechaize)..

Goldeneye on a recent channel 4 program of the best Bond films came in at a paltry no.7 while Roger Moore and New Bond Daniel Craig were higher up the scale than Dross Brosnan..

I can quite categorically state I have never seen a worse Bond than Brosnan, and that it really was the technology and gadgets that helped him carry off any sort of an appearance as 007.
#14
You are entitled to your opinion but its clearly wrong lol & We will just have to agree to disagree, as Brosnan is clearly number 2 on most surveys. Moore's best film was The Spy Who Loved me and went downhill after that. Sean Bean 006 is the best bond Villain (yes even better than the mute oddjob, Jaws(superb) and the others), the fight at the end between 007 and 006 is awesome, no other Bond comes close. Take a look at

http://www.epinions.com/content_2558500996 (Goldeneye 3rd best film)
http://www.007.info/Default.asp?poll=1 (Brosnan 3rd behind Connery and Craig, who cannot be judged one one film but looks good)
http://newsvote.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/talking_point/2302171.stm?dynamic_vote=ON#vote_news_bond_041002
Brosnan Clear 2nd

Goldeneye was also a genre-defining awesome FPS on the N64 and rated in the top 5 games of all time http://www.gamerankings.com/itemrankings/simpleratings.asp?rankings=y

Anyway getting back to the topic, this is a great buy for Goldeneye and Goldfinger, MWTGG is "ok", probably best known for the 3rd nipple freakery of Scaramanga and Nick nack

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