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Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition

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Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition

Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition Customer Reviews

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Bond

4

Goldeneye is a great bond flick. I loved it and it has lots of good action.

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Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition

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Goldeneye is a great Bond movie in a very nice steelbook!

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Goldeneye amazing Steelbook

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Thank you Zavvi for seeling this amazing steelbook edition of my favorite Bond film Goldeneye.

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Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition is a beautiful steelbook, at an excellent price!

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Brosnan Bond gets back Onatopp of things!

5

The Goldeneye - Steelbook Edition is beautiful with front, back and interior art, it's a collectors must have! Each time I see this film, I'm reminded of just how great a turnaround this movie made for the Bond series. Some of you may not remember that there was a six-year period where the future of James Bond was indeed in question, thanks to the commercial failure of "Licence to Kill". This movie single-handedly put Bond back on the cinematic map with a vengeance. And justifiably so, for it is perhaps the best-constructed post On Her Majesty's Secret Service Bond film. All of the classic Bond elements are well-utilized, be they the gadgets, the lethal enemy, the beautiful ally, the bombastic theme song, or the one-liners which Timothy Dalton never really looked comfortable saying. Pierce Brosnan, despite some stiffness, is indeed suited for the part and we instantly can accept him as Bond. A more psychologically complex and to some extent more vulnerable Bond he is, which makes his portrayal all the more interesting. And, perhaps most importantly, the film itself looks good. Martin Campbell deserves much credit for his directorial effort; the film is visually a world apart from predecessor John Glen's rather tepid later efforts. It's difficult to call this film a classic, at least at the present time (it's still a relatively new film, after all) -- but my guess is that this Bond entry will stand up well to the test of time...The Man With The Golden Gun, it's not!

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Goldeneye

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One of the best 007 movies.

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