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007: The Pierce Brosnan Collection [Blu-ray]

Pierce Brosnan (Remington Steele) stars as suave super-spy James Bond in this four-film collection including GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.
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    99% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (155 out of 158)

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    Die Another Day
    Pierce Brosnan makes his fourth appearance as suave super-spy James Bond in this espionage thriller, the 20th film in the official Bond series. While on assignment in North Korea, Bond is captured by government agents, where he's imprisoned and tortured for over a year. When Bond finally wins his freedom, not everyone is certain 007 is still capable of doing the job, but after Zao (Rick Yune), the North Korean operative who snared Bond, is discovered to be in cahoots with unscrupulous entrepreneur Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens), Bond is back on the case, and he finds the two men have sinister plans which could decide the fate of the world. As Bond hops from England to Cuba to Korea to Iceland in pursuit of his quarry, he (as usual) makes the acquaintance of two beautiful and mysterious women, Jinx (Halle Berry) and Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike). Judi Dench and John Cleese return in Die Another Day as, respectively, Bond's superior M and gadget-master Q; Madonna contributes the film's theme song and makes a cameo appearance as a fencing instructor. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    The World Is Not Enough
    James Bond, the world's greatest secret agent, is sent once more into the breach in the name of Queen, Country, and a dry martini. In the 19th Bond adventure, 007 (Pierce Brosnan) must resolve a potentially deadly power struggle between two unstable nations, with control of the world's oil supply as the ultimate prize. Bond is assigned as bodyguard to Elektra King (Sophie Marceau), the daughter of a petroleum magnate who was brutally murdered, and is trying to foil the fiendish plot of Renard (Robert Carlyle), a villain who was shot in the head with an unusual result: he cannot feel physical pain, an apparent failing that proves to be a considerable asset. Denise Richards appears as Dr. Christmas Jones, an expert on nuclear weapons, alongside Desmond Llewelyn as Q, Judi Dench as M, Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny, and John Cleese as R. Alternative rock band Garbage performs the theme song. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Tomorrow Never Dies
    Roger Spottiswoode (Air America) directed this film, the 18th chapter in the 35-year-old James Bond series (excluding Casino Royale and Never Say Never Again). James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) learns billionaire media mogul Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce) is manipulating world events via an exclusive flow of information through his satellite system reaching all corners of the planet. With a stealth battleship sinking a British naval vessel, Carver sees that the Chinese are blamed. Crashing Carver's party in Hamburg, Bond meets "journalist" Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh), later revealed as a Chinese agent. In a brief tryst, Bond renews his past relationship with Carver's wife Paris (Teri Hatcher). Carver dispatches Stamper (Gotz Otto) and other goons to cancel Bond, who eludes attackers with some of his new gadgets. In Southeast Asia, after Bond and Wai Lin scuba dive into the sunken British ship, they are captured by Stamper, handcuffed, and taken to Saigon where they make a motorcycle escape. To thwart Carver's plans for WWIII, the two agents head for Carver's stealth ship where a cruise missile is aimed at Beijing. Principal photography began April 1, 1997 in the new Eon Productions studio facility at Frogmore, northwest of London, and on the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios. Locations included the UK, Hamburg, Southeast Asia, Mexico, and off the Florida coast. The trademark Bond pre-title sequence was filmed in the French Pyrenees snowfields, centered around one of the few high-altitude operational airfields in Europe. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

    GoldenEye
    Pierce Brosnan made his first appearance as James Bond in this action thriller, the 17th in the series (excluding the 1967 Casino Royale and the 1983 Never Say Never Again) featuring the suave British super-agent. As the story begins, Agent 007 and his partner, Agent 006 (Sean Bean), pull a daring raid on a chemical weapons plant in the Soviet Union; however, they are captured by Russian troops, and while Bond is able to escape, 006 is not so lucky. Several years later, the Soviet Union and the Cold War are a thing of the past, but Bond is still at work ferreting out evildoers everywhere. Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), a beautiful but vicious villain working with the Russian Mafia, spearheads the theft of the controls to GoldenEye, a high-tech satellite weapons system, and with her gunmen, she kills most of the soldiers and guards at a top-secret military facility in the process. Bond joins forces with Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), one of the base's few survivors, to help track down Onatopp's minions and the controls to GoldenEye, which can destroy all electronic circuits in a given area in a matter of seconds; however, in time, Bond discovers the true identity of the criminal mastermind who is behind this bid for unholy power and world domination -- none other than Alec Trevelyan, the man Bond once knew as 006. In addition to Brosnan, GoldenEye also marked another significant cast change for the Bond series -- Judi Dench made her debut as M, Bond's superior. Minnie Driver also has a cameo as a nightclub singer. Sadly, this was the last film in the Bond series for special-effects supervisor Derek Meddings, who died in the midst of production; the film was dedicated to him. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Pierce Brosnan
      Pierce Brosnan - James Bond, Agent 007
    • Halle Berry
      Halle Berry - Jinx
    • Toby Stephens
      Toby Stephens - Gustav Graves
    • Rosamund Pike
      Rosamund Pike - Miranda Frost
    • Rick Yune
      Rick Yune - Zao



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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great collection of an unsung Bond era.

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      EMan
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      Pierce Brosnan's James Bond has become somewhat unsung because of Craig's Bond being the current flavor of the franchise. At the time this Bond greatly revived the franchise into something that could survive beyond the Cold War espionage that was the trademark of the series. With the series in a bit of limbo after 1989's License to Kill they really needed something that could give the Bond series life again now that the Soviet Union was dissolved. Enter the classic that is known as GoldenEye. GoldenEye is simply one of the greatest Bond movies ever, and it gave long time Bond fans something new to love while also giving new fans something modern to enjoy. Pierce Brosnan plays the character with the usual charm, but also with enough grit to give him a slight bit of edge. Nearly everything you want from a Bond movie is there, and Tomorrow Never Dies follows that up quite nicely with tons of unique action and the Bond wit that made Brosnan so easy to root for. The World Is Not Enough goes into a slightly different direction, but it does offer something unique as well because it is worth it based on how Brosnan really shines perhaps better than ever here. Die Another Day is a horrible thing that happened, but despite that three out of four ain't bad at all, and these four movies are a great bridge into Bond going from a classic era into something modern and more relevant going into the 21st Century. This collection groups them all together in nice packaging that isn't too bulky, and goes nicely on your shelf. The blu-ray quality is top notch, and the digital versions are great as well. If you ever thought about getting into the James Bond franchise this is a great series to be had for a great price, and you get to see the journey of classic Bond before the Craig reboot that changed the character even more.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Digital copy does not work w/ iTunes!

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      ASV2003
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      WARNING - The digital copy included with this set does not work with iTunes! Even though the back of the box mentions iTunes, the digital copy redemption code does not work with iTunes. It apparently only works with something called ultraviolet. I sent Fox several emails regarding this and the only response I received was that there was no way I could redeem the digital copy on iTunes; which is the reason I made this purchase. I now cannot return this to Best Buy because I had to open the box to get the digital copy redemption code. Best Buy does not accept DVD/Bluray returns if they have been opened. I asked Fox about the proper way to return this purchase and they offered no options. I am not happy with this situation. I guess I will just buy directly from Apple in the future. I rarely use physical discs anymore anyway.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great Value For 4 Quality Movies

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      CPTKnuckles
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      The Pierce Brosnan Collection features all 4 of Brosnan's stints as MI-6 agent 007 James Bond. For the price I paid, 4 movies in one collection isn't a bad price even if it includes the less than sub-par Die Another Day. Obviously, this collection is headlined by the 1995 classic turned Nintendo 64 gem, GoldenEye. If you can get past Die Another Day, you'll find yourself getting a great deal and is a must for any Bond fan if you can't afford the entire blu-ray collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Love me some Bronson bond!

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      Jonesy
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      Great update to my DVDs of the same films all in one slim box set wig the same bonus features. Looks and sounds mint. Only complaint is that the digital HD Copy is not compatible with iTunes, and until there is a way to watch UV content on my Apple TV, which will never happen, it's pretty much a wasted bonus. Only wish they would have spelled this out on the packaging as I read all of the fine print and searched online and nothing stated it was not compatible with iTunes. Otherwise I couldn't be happier.

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    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Brosnan era was reinvention of a Bond

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      Ninja
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      At the time the Brosnan era was considered a hugely successful reinvention of a Bond brand that had suffered in the late 1980s. Timothy Dalton's brace of outings as the secret agent gladly bought into the period's high-octane agenda, but lost something of 007's quintessentially English charm in the process. These films – especially 1989's Licence to Kill – were, to all intents and purposes, violent Hollywood action movies with a bit of Bond tacked on as an afterthought.

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    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Brosnan. Pierce Brosnan

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      Bakeman
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      I pre ordered this box set, being a lifelong Bond fan. Already have the DVD's but was tempted by all the films in blu ray in a single box set. I wasn't dissapointed. The films were taken from the original prints and cleaned up with loving care. The result is the best quality I have seen for these classic films. Absolutely stunning. Lots of extras!!! All for a great price too. must for any Bond fan. Awesome packaging!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      An exciting and amazing film.

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      Pyramids
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      I think that these films are the greatest James Bond films of all-time and are also my many favorite James Bond films of all-time. I really enjoyed all of these films action, mystery, drama and suspense that kept these films and all the films of the entire James Bond film series very entertaining and enjoyable. I also think that these films all had really great and amazing casts, plots and storylines as well.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Rather Watch these Movies than the Dalton Movies

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      Godzillafan1995fwc
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      If you want a set of James Bond movies that are very entertaining, get the Pierce Brosnan Collection! Sure Pierce Brosnan's version of James Bond was in a time where people are losing their mojo with good action movies but he performed better than Timothy Dalton. He's got better movies than Dalton. I rather watch these movies than the Timothy Dalton double feature.

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