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Bond 50 [22 Film]Dvd Collectio [Reino Unido]

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  • Formato: Importación
  • Audio: Inglés
  • Subtítulos: Inglés
  • Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.66:1
  • Número de discos: 22
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  • Estudio: MGM
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (2 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B0093XXFZM
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Esta opinión es para la edición UK de 22 películas en Bluray (todas menos Skyfall) que, en el momento de escribir estas líneas, está a menos de 85 euros en Amazon España. De lejos, la edición más barata y, por tanto, la más atractiva.

En la descripción se indica que solo tiene idioma y subtítulos en inglés, pero no es cierto. Solo cuatro de ellas no tienen subtítulos en castellano: El hombre de la pistola de oro, Moonraker, Licencia para matar y El mundo nunca es suficiente. Las 18 restantes están subtituladas en castellano.

De esas 18 cintas, sin embargo, prácticamente todas vienen con doblaje latinoamericano. Las dos de Daniel Craig no, quizá porque fueron las únicas que se editaron en su momento en Bluray. Los subtítulos sí están en castellano, así que, si puedes pasar sin volver a oír la voz de Constantino Romero como Roger Moore, no es tan grave.

Esta edición a este precio es una buena opción para quienes, como yo, ya teníamos Skyfall y no nos importa tener que leer subtítulos en inglés en cuatro de esas películas. No es perfecto, pero lo prefiero a pagar 50-80 euros más.

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La presentación IMPECABLE.
La imagen en general ESTUPENDA.
Algunas no vienen con AUDIO en Castellano.al menos tres de ellas.
La Banda sonora es en latino.
Por ese precio y en la actualidad eso no es disculpable... y sólo se entiende desde el punto de vista de la ESPECULACION. Es Triste en un mundo globalizado.
Dos Libros con los BR de forma cronológica,... con espacio para la que falta.
Falta una que no es de esa productora. La última de Sean Conery.
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HASH(0x999ae438) de un máximo de 5 estrellas "All" 22 of the 23 major Bond movies 11 de julio de 2012
Por Russell Kurtz - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Since people are asking about which movies are included, I did some internet research. The list of movies is:
1. Dr. No*
2. From Russia with Love*
3. Goldfinger*
4. Thunderball*
5. You Only Live Twice
6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7. Diamonds Are Forever
8. Live and Let Die*
9. The Man with the Golden Gun*
10. The Spy Who Loved Me
11. Moonraker*
12. For Your Eyes Only*
13. Octopussy*
14. A View to a Kill
15. The Living Daylights
16. Licence to Kill*
17. Goldeneye
18. Tomorrow Never Dies
19. The World is Not Enough*
20. Die Another Day*
21. Casino Royale*
22. Quantum of Solace*

*Already available on Blu-Ray

Never Say Never Again is not included since it is not part of the "series," being produced independently. Likewise the David Niven spoof of Casino Royale. Also, there was a British TV version of Casino Royale that is not included.
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HASH(0x999ae870) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great films. MGM still hasn't corrected some issues for blu-ray 18 de octubre de 2012
Por nothingt5 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray
Just some notes on the various blu-rays. This could have and should have been a perfect set, but it's not. MGM doesn't care..they know you'll buy anyway...

Dr. No - Overall nice quality blu-ray. Colors have been driven more towards naturalistic than originally done
From Russia With Love - Overall nice quality blu-ray. Colors have been driven more towards naturalistic than originally done

Goldfinger - The gold is gone. Why screw with the color? The scene where she's painted gold has lost its golden touch and has been moved towards a more natural color. Yes, she's gold, but the original scene had a golden tint all around

Thunderball - Some color changes and slight damage, DNR, fake grain

You Only Live Twice - Original colors are lost and it's largely brown.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Contrast boosted way too much. Also, original colors are lost and it's largely brown. Audio issues on both the mono (Muffled in spots) and remix.

Diamonds Are forever - Changes in color and lack of detail. Original colors are lost--it's lost its "glimmer" and is largely brown now. Desaturated. Also, the scene where a cigarette is put out in Bond's chest isn't supposed to show the ashtray until he stands up, as seen in the original theatrical prints--the scene is supposed to be much darker

Live and Let Die - Okay blu-ray
The Man with the Golden Gun - Okay blu-ray, colors off
The Spy Who Loved Me - Excellent blu-ray
Moonraker - slightly squeezed and window-boxed main title sequence, okay otherwise

For Your Eyes Only - Fine blu-ray

Octopussy - Excessive edge enhancement

A View to a Kill - Image is misframed/cropped. Also, during an earthquake scene, the image/camera was supposed to shake. Lowry stabilized the image so that it doesn't shake anymore--poor attention to what they were doing. Too much DNR.

The Living Daylights - Excellent blu-ray.
Licence to Kill - Decent blu-ray

Goldeneye - Extreme use of DNR takes away the film grain, and therefore the detail contained within the grain. MGM used an old, outdated master from a few years ago. Think of how bad the original release of Patton looked... the line "You were expecting someone else?" missing from trailer

Tomorrow Never Dies - Excellent blu-ray
The World is Not Enough - Excellent blu-ray
Die Another Day - Excellent blu-ray

Casino Royale - Excellent blu-ray, but it's the North American edited version, not the uncut version

Quantum of Solace - Excellent blu-ray
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HASH(0x999aee34) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Bond 50: The Complete 22 Film Collection on Blu Ray 10 de enero de 2013
Por Steve Douglas - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray
So many have provided their opinions regarding acting, plot, and storylines that I won't bother. This review is only focused on the quality of the transfers to this Blu Ray collection only. So far, I have watched in order the first half of the set which means all the films up to and including 'For Your Eyes Only'.
Dr. No - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
From Russia With Love - Overall good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
Goldfinger - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
Thunderball - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
You Only Live Twice -Good color; lossless audio or mono but almost no use of surround system except some panning which is rare
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system except some panning across the front stage.
Diamonds Are forever - Good video transfer but very disappointed in the lack of discreet channel usage
Live and Let Die - Same as the above
The Man with the Golden Gun - Same as the above
The Spy Who Loved Me -excellent color transfer but little use of your surround
Moonraker - The same as The Spy Who Loved Me

The video transfers for almost all these early films are quite nice with no real crawling grain, no artifacting or stair stepping. On a couple of the Sean Connery films, there were, clear to be seen, dirt on the transfer in the form of what looked like lint. It only lasted for a couple of seconds however. Also, on one of the 'Extras' if you clicked on a extremely short shot of the 'Scuba Duck' it come up as the short of the 'rappeling gun' and visa versa. Clearly an error.

The audio is DTS MA lossless and it sounds it. There is a very audible difference between lossy and lossless audio and these discs having lossless audio really makes a difference. That said, despite the audio being a DTS MA 5.1, your surround system will not get too much to work with these earlier films. In this first batch of films( not all of which stand up to the test of time in terms of having legs) there is almost no use made of your surrounds. Here and there you might get some panning across the front stage but it is not too often, and when it does happen, it surprises you. Your sub gets some work with the various explosions in many films but, even then, not a whole lot. Not until I got to the last film of the first batch 'For Your Eyes Only' was there any use of the discreet channels for directionality. In 'For Your Eyes Only' there finally was and I expect this use of your surround system to grow exponentially with the second half of this Blu Ray set.

While the films default to the DTS MA 5.1 audio setting, you do have the option in the menu to go to the original Mono audio. At least for the first batch, this might not be a bad idea. Never the less, the audio levels of all the films was quite good and volumes never needed to be reset.

While the packaging is smart looking and takes up little space on your shelf, each disc is in its own page so that forces you to slightly lift up the outer edge of the disc while doing the same with the inner hole to pull the disc out of its sleeve. While not anywhere as bad as the packaging for the Clint Eastwood '35 years, 35 films' or the Indiana Jones collection, the Bond Collection's way of disc holding is not the best. You just have to be careful in taking out the disc is all.

After completing the second half of the collection I will add to this review but this is what it is for now. All in all, good video transfers that show the work that was put into it and the audio was a complete let down in terms of surround listening.

1/12/13 'A View to a Kill' Finally, some decent use of your discreet channels for the audio. Some nice panning and good use of the front stage with spare but decent rear stage use as well. Note that now you are offered either the DTS MA 5.1 or Dolby Digital 5.1 meaning that mono tracks are no longer. The video for this film tended to be soft but there was still good details throughout the cleaned up video. And Grace Jones is magnificent.

For Your Eyes Only - Good color transfer but limited use of surround system. Lossless audio does sound good tho.

Octopussy - I thought the video transfer was decent but limited use of surround except across the front stage
A View to a Kill - Love Grace Jones and there was some use of the surround system and LFE channels, just not much.

1/16/13
The Living Daylights - Excellent blu-ray but limited use of surrounds. Less than some of the earlier ones even.

1/18 License to Kill-Excellent video transfer and, finally, an audio transfer to DTS HD 5.1 that is worthy of a good sound system. Good use of all the channels when appropriate with nice panning and discreet foley fx. LFE channel has plenty more to work with. This excellence is what I had hoped for with the earlier films.

1/21 Golden Eye in Standard Def was the 'go to' dvd that audio stores used to show off their stereo and home theater equipment. The video transfer to BR is excellent with wonderful and true colors. However, the DTS HD MA 5.1 audio is the star of this BR disc with excellent use of the discreet channels, nice and appropriate steering and panning between the front and rear stages. Discreet use for foley effects on both stages is plentiful as is the use of your LFE channel. Golden Eye remains, despite its age, a good disc for demoing your system.

1/23 Tomorrow Never Dies. This is what the entire set should be. lt is completely demo worthy for both its excellent video transfer and beautifully clean colors, nice contrast and resolution. No artifacting or aliasing at any point. The DTS MA HD 5.1 audio makes superb use of your entire audio system with discreet channeling to both the front and rear stages when appropriate. Even ambiance audio is clearly delineated between audio channels. Welcome to Bond as he should be. There are also plenty of deleted scenes and alternate angles and several other excellent extras.

1/25/13 The World is Not Enough. Excellent transfer to blu ray with nice and appropriate coloration, sharp contrast and very good details in the darker areas. There was no artifacting or ghosting and minimum grain throughout. The DTS HD MA 5.1 audio was also quite good with a full usage of your entire surround system with appropriate panning between channels and some excellent discreet use of all channels including the rear sound stage.

1/30 Die Another Day...excellent Blu Ray transfer with a wonderful transfer of the video. Colors are clean and contrast excellent. A couple of the CGI effects look a touch cartoonish when compared to today's CGI capabilities re: the long shot of Bond surfing the pressure wave using the racer's canopy as a ski board, the plane disintegrating and going down towards the film's end and the ice jet going over the cliff and bouncing into the ledge. However, the movie as a whole remains exciting and the transfer very good even if this film's theme song sung by Madonna is the worst Bond song ever IMHO.

1/31 Casino Royale...excellent transfer to blu ray with no distracting or unnatural grain, great details in the shadow and dark areas and real life colorizations. Very very good transfer to blu ray. The DTS HD MA 5.1 audio is also excellent in that there is fine panning between your surrounds, good discreet channeling to all surrounds when appropriate and solid sub work.

1/31 Quantum of Solace...Excellent transfer of video with smoother coloration than the Standard Def DVD had (same for Casino Royale). Definitely a video upgrade tho it is not a night and day type of thing depending upon which monitor you are watching on. The only negative thing in my book were the several previews of films that had nothing to do with James Bond. Basically, you got advertisements for other films and I never like those.
The Audio transfer is wonderful, fully lossless with wide use of both the front and rear sound stages. Panning between stages is frequent tho the sound score often overshadows some of the action foley fx. Never the less, the audio completely envelopes you and makes me want to up my 5.1 system to 7.1

The bonus disc didn't really impress me. It has several 2-3 minute shorts on the Bond Girls, Villains, Gadgets, Locations as well as some Skyfall previews of cast, characters and locations.

The Audio which defaults to DTS HD MA 5.1 makes full use of your entire sound system not so much as far as discreet channeling goes for various foley effects but it does fully envelop the listener from all sides as if you were in the midst of all the chaos. Panning across the front stage is frequently done.

Well, I finally finished this extended Bond marathon and All my movie reviews are of this nature and focus only on the quality of the transfer to BluRay so check them and see if they are of help as well.
Hopefully, this review has been of some help to you in determining your purchase, hope I am on the correct path with a review of the transfer quality as opposed to providing plot summaries.
Thanks
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HASH(0x999aecfc) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Review of actual product. 26 de septiembre de 2012
Por Austin Reader - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
Received, today. Pre-purchased on Amazon.

There is no point in reviewing the films. You either like them or you don't. You know what they are. The films, together, have 120 hours of special features, so there is enough here to take a couple of weeks of essentially non-stop viewing (with sleep, of course). Most has been released before. There is a bonus disc of new content. As others have said, the non-franchise films are not included and there is no reason to have expected them.

I like the packaging. The discs are divided in two hard-back books, with stills from the films on the opposing pages. There are two discs per page, one disc per film, with a picture of a relevant "Bond Girl" next to the release date beside each disc. The two books are slip-cased. It is a classy looking and sturdy package.

I have no trouble removing them from the pages, and have yet to have to touch the surface. None of the ones I received had any fingerprints on them, so I have no idea what the other reviewer is speaking of.
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HASH(0x999ae954) de un máximo de 5 estrellas Awesome Set - For Certain People 26 de septiembre de 2012
Por Ivo Shandor - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD
This review is about the standard DVD set, not the Blu-Ray. I've always loved the Bond films, but have never made getting them on DVD a priority. Now that my kids are older and of an age to watch them, I found out this set was coming out and eagerly awaited it -- how awesome is that, ALL of the Bond films in one box set, for a great price! (Do the math; if you bought all 22 films individually, averaging $25 per movie, that would set you back a whopping $550 - compare that to the $100 sale price for this set.)

HERE'S WHAT YOU GET:
A large box about 11 inches by 7 inches by 1.5 inches. Inside the box are two beautiful "hardcover books" (book one is 1962-1981, book two is 1983-2012). Inside each book are six heavy pages. Each page holds two discs that slide into a half-moon slot that secures the disc to the page, and beside each is a photo of the "Bond Girl" from that particular movie. It's not ideal packaging for discs if you intend to get them out and watch them frequently, but if you are like me and just want them on DVD with the intention of watching them occasionally, it's fine. Besides, empty DVD cases are a penny a dozen online these days if you want to change packaging.

BOOK ONE:
1. Dr No
2. From Russia With Love
3. Goldfinger
4. Thunderball
5. You Only Live Twice
6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7. Diamonds Are Forever
8. Live and Let Die
9. The Man With the Golden Gun
10. The Spy Who Loved Me
11. Moonraker
12. For Your Eyes Only

BOOK TWO:
13. Octopussy
14. A View to a Kill
15. The Living Daylights
16. Licence to Kill
17. Goldeneye
18. Tomorrow Never Dies
19. The World is Not Enough
20. Die Another Day
21. Casino Royale
22. Quantum of Solace

WHAT YOU DON'T GET:
1. Any non-Eon (non-canon) Bond films. So, if you're looking for the Barry Nelson "Casino Royale" or the David Niven/Woody Allen "Casino Royale" or the Sean Connery "Never Say Never Again," sorry, they're not here. They're not part of the Eon Productions "canon" of Bond films, so they're left out in the cold, and, IMHO, good riddance to them. (I'm pro-Eon, can you tell?)
2. Extras. I haven't checked each disc out individually, but nothing in the marketing or the packaging indicates there are any extras in the standard DVD set. This is a set of no-frills, feature-only discs as far as I can tell. But I just wanted these films, not a bunch of extras, and that's what I got. See what I mean about this being the perfect set "for certain people"? (I'm told that the Blu-Ray set has a bonus Blu-Ray disc of extras, if that's your thing. That's the new trend in DVD releases; the extras go on the Blu-Ray version, the standard release gets the shaft.)

Finally, one weird (kinda stupid) thing about the set. It includes "a disc holder for Skyfall coming on DVD in 2013." In case you didn't know, Bond #23 ("Skyfall") hits theaters in December 2012. Obviously, they expect you to buy it on DVD in 2013. So, in preparation for that, on the last page of Book Two instead of there being half-moon slots for two discs, there's only one empty half-moon slot that says "This space reserved for SKYFALL."

Um... if I buy Skyfall, isn't it gonna come in it's own DVD case? What are we expected to do, put the Skyfall disc in the book and... throw away the case it came in? (Please don't; please recycle!)

If you don't want any extras, and you don't plan on getting these discs out of their sleeves with any regularity, it's an awesome set for an awesome price if you don't have these on DVD already!

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