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A lot of the track is observational, with Moore sort of commenting on what is happening in the film fairly randomly but he's got a great sense of humor about the whole deal and comes across as likeable here as he always does. Disc two is, as you've probably guessed, a mix of new material and old material carried over from the previous release.
First up is a forty-two minute Inside Moonraker featurette which is an extensive behind the scenes documentary that shows us how much of the effects work was done and which details the origins of the film in quite a bit of detail.
Interviews with the cast and crew are mixed in with photos and clips from various sources to really paint a big picture of the experience that was making Moonraker and it actually proves to be very interesting stuff.
Also quite interesting and carried over is the nineteen-minute Men Behind The Mayhem featurette which explores a documentary that is specific to the stunts and effects set pieces that this and other Bond films contain.
There are plenty of clips and some nice narration to keep it all in context along with interviews and behind the scenes clips. New to this release are more of Ken Adam's Production Films which, at James Bond - Various - From Russia With Breakz (Vol.
1) (Cassette), give us a look at narrated footage that Adams shot while building some of the sets to be used in the movie. Like those seen on You Only Live Twicethis are pretty keen in that we get a look at the sets as they're being built in addition to little bits and pieces of general behind the scenes information.
Also new to this release is an eleven-minute collection of interviews with the cast and crew entitled Bond '79 where we get a chance to enjoy little talks with Broccoli and a few other cast and crew members as organized by Michael Wilson. None of these are deep or meaningful but they're interesting enough and it's always nice to see vintage material included whenever possible. Another new featurette is In Rio which is a thirteen-minute look at the crew doing their thing in Rio for the scenes that take place there in the feature.
It's interesting enough to see and some of the location footage is quite impressive. Also new to this release are two test footage clips - Circus FootageSkydiving Test Footage - and two storyboard collections, both specifically for the cable car scene.
Rounding out the extra features are the theatrical trailer, a generous still gallery, animated menus, chapter stops, and the seemingly obligatory Mission Control interactive bit that follows the same formula as those on the other discs in the set. The first disc finds director John Glen providing a commentary track over the film. Carried over from the last special edition release, it's an interesting discussion as Glen's memory of the movie and the time he spent making it is very sharp.
He covers casting and the locations shoots as well as how some of the action scenes were put together. He's very amiable throughout and quite an interesting guy. Unique to this ultimate edition release is a new commentary track with Sir Roger Moore.
As with the other tracks that he's recorded for the film he stars in, it's an amusing if slightly unfocused talk. Moore always comes across as a very kind man with a great sense of humor and that does a lot towards making this more interesting than it actually is because although he talks a lot, he's not really saying all that much about the movie or James Bond - Various - From Russia With Breakz (Vol.
1) (Cassette) involvement in it so much as he is just sort of commenting on what happens on screen. It's a fun track, and fans will definitely enjoy it for the moments where he does go into some detail, but it isn't really essential. Up next on the second DVD are a few featurettes, some new to this release and some carried over from the older disc.
James Bond In India is a new, half hour look at the scenes that were shot on location in India and it features some very nice behind the scenes footage of the movie being made as well as some more candid moments of Moore relaxing when things allow him to take a break. This featurette was originally made to promote the film before it hit theaters.
From the older disc we once again get Inside Octopussy which is an interesting thirty-five minute piece that once again uses Patrick MacNee's narration to explain the making of the film in a fair bit of detail. All the main cast and crewmembers show up here for brief but interesting interview segments and there's some good behind the scenes footage and photographs included as well.
Everyone knows that the production design has always been a huge part of the appeal of these films and Lamont was the man responsible for a lot of the more memorable pieces that we've seen over the years. This is an affectionate and interesting tribute to his work. Also new to this release, and something that is sure to be of interest to most fans, is the collection of screen tests that feature James Brolin in the part of James Bond.
Brolin was the back up man that Broccoli and company had on deck if they weren't able to get Moore to reprise the role, so it's keen to see this material included here. This starts off with an introduction from Brolin who talks about his brief flirtation with the part, and from there we get three clips. The first clip shows Brolin and Maude Adams recreating a scene from From Russia With Lovethe second involves a snake and Vijay Amritraj who played Vijay in the film and the third shows Brolin in a fight scene.
These are really interesting to see and while no one can say for sure if the film would have turned out to be any better with Brolin in the lead, having them included on this release is a definite plus. Also new to this release are four shorter featurettes. Ken Burns' On-Set Films is seven minutes of footage that a young Ken Burns shot on an 8mm camera on the set of the film. He narrates the footage as it was shot without sound and talks about his personal experiences on the set.
On Location With Peter Lamont is a five-minute clip of location scouting footage that Peter Lamont shot of Berlin before production started on the movie.
Lamont narrates the clip and talks about the Berlin of the day and how it has obviously changed since the s. The last featurette is Shooting Stunts which, presented in two parts, is a collection of clips that show how the airplane and jeep sequences from the movie were assembled and cut, narrated by director John Glen.
Rounding on the extra features are the interactive Mission Control bit that we've seen on each of the discs in the set, a massive still gallery, a music video for All Time High from Rita Coolidge, a pair of storyboard to screen comparisons, and four theatrical trailers.
Animated menus and chapter stops for the feature are also included, but you probably knew that already. The extras start off nicely enough with a commentary track from second unit director Vic Armstrong and producer Michael G. Wilson that has been ported from the previous special edition DVD release. These two have worked together for a while now and been involved with more than a few of the Bond films so it makes sense that they have a good chemistry here. They talk about the roles they've played in getting this production off the ground, they detail some of the location work and the stunt work and give us a nice, overall feel for the making of the movie and they do it with a nice sense of humor and a lack of pretension.
Even if the movie isn't as good as it could have been, this commentary is very strong. The second commentary, which is exclusive to the new ultimate edition release, features director Roger Spottiswoode who is accompanied by Dan Petrie Jr. This track isn't quite as interesting as the first one mainly because it suffers from quite a bit of the dreaded dead air syndrome.
Petrie does his best to keep Spottiswoode talking, and when he's got something to say he proves to be a pretty interesting subject, but he clams up here and there and despite Petrie's best efforts, the track drags because of this. Animated menus and chapter stops are of course provided for the feature as well. The second disc starts off with the excellent fifty-eight minute long documentary, Highly Classified: The World of that comes stars with an introduction from Q who talks James Bond - Various - From Russia With Breakz (Vol.
1) (Cassette) the video cassette you're playing! Q beams into your living room James Bond - Various - From Russia With Breakz (Vol. 1) (Cassette) a satellite and from there we get a wealth of interview and behind the scenes footage from the making of the movie. We see how the credits were put together and learn about the musical score, and we even get to talk to Michelle Yeoh a bit about her work on the movie. Brosnan shows up here a few times and we get a look at the storyboarding process and plenty of the stunt work as well.
An equally interesting documentary that also runs roughly an hour in length is The Secrets Of which has been ported over from the last special edition release. Despite the fact that it is included with Tomorrow Never Dies it doesn't really cover that film in a whole lot of detail as this was made to promote the theatrical release of that film. Regardless, as retrospective documentaries go, this one is quite interesting and it gives us a look at the history of the franchise by way of some interesting interviews and an abundance of clips from throughout the series.
This is basically a before and after look at a few of the main special effects scenes from the movie that demonstrates what was done digitally to create them. A three minute Interview With David Arnold gives the composer of the movie's score a chance to talk about his work, however briefly, and it's interesting to hear his thoughts on the movie. Another segment entitled simply Gadgets gives us an insider's look at the creation of the trick cell phone, the customized BMW and the Sea Vac that Bond uses in the film.
Rounding out the extras on the second disc is a music video for Moby's cover of the James Bond theme, some storyboard to film comparisons, a second music video for Sheryl Crow's theme song, and two original theatricals trailer for the film. Also worth noting is that inside the attractive embossed box that holds the five slim cases are five separate booklets of liner notes that provide production details and a history of each of the five movies in this set and which is illustrated with promotional artwork and photographs.
Each booklet also gives some interesting background information on the villains and Bond girls featured in each film. No author's credits are given. The old adage that 'you can't please everyone' holds true in the world of DVD.
Any time a major restoration is done or something is labeled as an 'ultimate edition' it opens itself up to careful scrutiny and nit picking. If you want to find flaws with this set, you will but there's no denying that, small grievances aside, this is a fantastic package. The films look and sound terrific and the extras are not only plentiful but most of them are actually quite interesting.
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The System aka The Girl-Getters. Kiss the Blood Off My Hands. Bush - Live In Tampa. Abrakadabra Limited Edition. Soldier Blue. Return to Savage Beach. While Rosa Klebb is the mastermind trying to kill Bond, she is no longer doing it at the behest of mother Russia. Her plan to use MI6 to steal a Russian code machine, kill both Bond and the Russian defector who helps him, and then increase tension between the U. This is an ingenious adaptation decision that allows them to keep most of the plot elements of the original book, while changing the main evil organization.
Rosa Klebb is the central villainess of the piece. Yet choices that the movie makes prevents it from being demonizing towards Russians in general. Klebb is shown to be confidant, and exacting, both admirable traits.
When selecting Red Grant, she punches him with brass knuckles in the stomach. This test demonstrates both her ruthlessness, and her hands on approach to management. Tatiana was skilled enough to have an embassy posting in Istanbul, the capital of Turkey.
She is shown to speak at least 3 languages Russian, English, French to a passing officer in Turkey. When interviewing her, Rosa Klebb mentions that she has had an excellent work record so far, which shows she is hardworking. Yet when she falls in love with Bond for real, she throws her lot in with him completely.
This is clear in the scene where Klebb comes to take the Lectre for herself. Klebb has Bond at gunpoint. At first she listens to orders, but then she tackles Klebb and knocks the gun out of her hands. At that point, she is willing to sacrifice anything for Bond. Some may claim at the fact that the first Russian Bond women was a defector to England is not a positive portrayal of a Russian. The only speaking roles in the movie in English are for the Russian ambassador and the two cosmonauts kidnapped.
The ambassador is telling the truth, defending his country from American accusations. That last detail is very important. This was maybe the first Western movie I can think of that showed representatives of the American, James Bond - Various - From Russia With Breakz (Vol.
1) (Cassette), English and Russian governments working together. Feirstein would also go on to write stories for future Bond games at Activisionincluding the remake of GoldenEyethird-person shooter Blood Stoneand 50th anniversary game Legends.
The game's soundtrack was composed by Christopher Lennertz. Additionally, Vic Flickbest known for playing the original guitar riff in the James Bond Theme announced that he contributed to Lennertz's score. On April 5,Sean Connery was slated to lend his voice and likeness for the game. Connery said "As an artist, I see this as another way to explore the creative process. Video games are an extremely popular form of entertainment today, and I am looking forward to seeing how it all fits together".
From Russia With Love received "mixed or average" reviews according to aggregating review website Metacritic. The Times gave it a score of four stars out of five and stated that "It's enough to make you toss your trilby on to a hat-rack in delight.
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Nov 06, · Disc 1: James Bond - Volume 1 - Disc 1; Disc 2: James Bond - Volume 1 - Disc 2; Here is the list: Dr. No; From Russia with Love; Goldfinger; Thunderball; You Only Live Twice ; On Her Majesty's Secret Service; Diamonds Are Forever; Live and Let Die; The Man with the Golden Gun; The Spy Who Loved Me /5(). May 01, · James Bond was born in the Cold War. At eyeonbond, we examine how the movie series treated Russia and Russians, starting in the 's. The Russian Federation is the largest country on earth spanning from Eastern Europe to the edge of Asia. James Bond demolishes parts of St. Petersburg in a tank in GoldenEye. This is the only time he is shown in a Russian city in film. He is part of a secret operation in a Soviet dam in a flashback in GoldenEye. The final showdown of Everything Or Nothing takes place in Moscow as Nikolai.
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Aug 21, · London, Hedgemaze and Istanbul Pt. 1. I really appreciate that EA got Sean Connery to do the voice-over but at times it sounds like they just recorded a single take and .
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