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Director: Martin Campbell     Starring: Pierce Brosnan Famke Janssen
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Format: DVD
Sku: 203939745
UPC: 027616066220
UPC 14: 00027616066220
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Albert R. Broccoli Presents Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007.
James bond is back, this time is russia, searching for th stolen access codes for an awesome space weapon that can fire devastating electromagnetic pulses towards earth.

"A thrilling '90s ride from start to finish!  Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Network
"A celebration of the art of action filmmaking.  James Verniere, The Boston Herald
"Chock full of spectacular stunts.  Jeff Craig, Sixty Second Preview
"It is both the best-looking James Bond film and the best-looking James Bond.  Edvins Beitiks, San Francisco Examiner
"A celebration of the art of action filmmaking.  James Verniere, Boston Herald
"When the action is extreme, GoldenEye is supercharged with spectacular, thundering, brain-numbing fun.  Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
Directed by Martin Campbell, GOLDENEYE makes the transition to a more modern image for the James Bond series. Bond's out-of-date womanizing is presented with a feminist challenge from the newly cast Judi Dench as an impenetrable M, and Samantha Bond as a wiser and more forthright Moneypenny. The action sequences, replete with helicopter hijinks and copious explosions, are complex and stylish, making the film a polished sensation.

This installment in the series introduces actor Pierce Brosnan in the role of suave, debonair, irresistible 007. Despite the end of the Cold War, James Bond still finds himself pitted against nefarious Russians who want to rule the world. This time around, his enemies are a gang of mobsters and former military men who have gained access to the Goldeneye, which can cut off electrical currents in London. Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean) is the leader, with General Ourumov (Gottfried John) an additional threat. Sizzling Bond babe Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen) is the sleek robber who, with Ourumov, successfully steals the Goldeneye, which the villains plan to use in their quest to control financial markets around the globe. However, this grizzly group of scoundrels is no match for Bond, who constantly outwits their attempts to assassinate him. Bond rescues the tough and lovely Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), who was caught in Trevalyan's deadly web, and she eventually helps Bond turn the tables on his foes as he uses his quick instincts, innovative weapons, and cool gadgetry to save the day.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, Aspect Ratio 2.35:1, English, Spanish, French, Subtitled

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/2/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 130 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 114160
Video UPC UPC: 00027616066220
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English, French Dubbed
Video Subtitle Available Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  2.35:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Alan Cumming
Video Cast Info Famke Janssen
Video Cast Info Izabella Scorupco
Video Cast Info Joe Don Baker
Video Cast Info Judi Dench
Video Cast Info Pierce Brosnan
Video Cast Info Robbie Coltrane
Video Cast Info Sean Bean
Video Cast Info Andrew Ackland-Snow, et. al. - Art Director
Video Cast Info Barbara Broccoli - Producer
Video Cast Info Bruce Feirstein - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Eric Serra - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Ian Fleming - Based On Characters Created By
Video Cast Info Jeffrey Caine - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Martin Campbell - Director
Video Cast Info Michael France - Story By
Video Cast Info Phil Meheux - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Terry Rawlings - Editor
Video Cast Info Tom Pevsner - Executive Producer


Nominee (1996)
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, Chris Corbould, et. al., Best Achievement in Special Effects
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, Jim Shields, et. al., Best Sound
   Video Award Name MTV Award, Pierce Brosnan, Famke Janssen, Best Fight
   Video Award Name MTV Award, GoldenEye, Best Sandwich in a Movie

British Academy Awards (1996)
   Video Award Name Chris Corbould, et. al., Nominee, Best Achievement in Special Effects

MTV Award (1996)
   Video Award Name GoldenEye, Nominee, Best Sandwich in a Movie

British Academy Awards (1996)
   Video Award Name Jim Shields, et. al., Nominee, Best Sound

MTV Award (1996)
   Video Award Name Pierce Brosnan, Famke Janssen, Nominee, Best Fight

Memorable Quotes

"I think you're a sexist, misogynist dinosaur, a relic of the Cold War." ---- 007's female boss M (JUDI DENCH), to Bond himself (PIERCE BROSNAN).

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"...The best bit of Bond-age since Sean Connery....GOLDENEYE's vision is 20/20 when it comes to reviving a legend..." -- 3 1/2 out of 4 stars 11/17/1995 p.1D

Entertainment Weekly
"...State-of-the-art stunt work, a brouhaha about weapons systems in space...and gorgeous, super-competent female sidekicks....[Brosnan] puts a much-needed glint in GOLDENEYE." -- Rating: B 05/24/1996 pp.106-7

"...A dynamic action entry in its own right....Brosnan makes the grade as 007. He handles the action capably..." 11/20/1995

ReelViews 8 of 10
Like everything else, James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) has had to change for the nineties. The venerable 007, coming off a long hiatus, has taken on his sixth face (the other five being Sean Connery, David Niven, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, and Timothy Dalton), changed his mode of transport from an Aston- Martin to a BMW, and now answers to a female "M" (played dryly by Judi Dench). Bond's attitudes towards women have been modified -- although not greatly. Also, there's more action in Goldeneye than in previous 007 entries -- enough to keep a ninety-minute film moving at a frantic pace. Unfortunately, this movie isn't ninety-minutes long -- it's one-hundred thirty, which means that fully one-quarter of Goldeneye is momentum-killing padding...Despite the mostly-cosmetic alterations, the majority of fans won't be disappointed by Pierce Brosnan's debut as their favorite spy. His Bond still quips at danger, takes his vodka martinis "shaken, not stirred", enjoys gadgets and toys, and introduces himself as "Bond, James Bond"...Goldeneye keeps Bond's comic book-like stunts at an appropriately absurd level. Even given that we're in a reality where spies are more like Superman than Bernard Samson (Len Deighton's popular MI6 agent), suspension of disbelief occasionally becomes a challenge, especially with visual effects that could be charitably called "subpar." Some such liabilities, however, can be forgiven in the name of fun. And, with its mixture of humor, interesting locales, high-speed chases, explosions, and action, Goldeneye possesses that quality. It is perhaps the best entry in the series since The Spy Who Loved Me, and, while that's not saying much, this updated Bond should be able to stand toe-to-toe with today's crop of heroes. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 8 of 10
"GoldenEye" looks exactly like a James Bond film. It begins with a stunt (a bungee jump from the top of a towering dam). It tops that with an even more spectacular stunt (Bond chases an airplane heading off the side of a cliff, then jumps after it, free-falls, catches up with it, climbs aboard and flies to safety). In the Pussy Galore tradition, it has a villainess with a lubricious name: Xenia Onatopp...And of course it involves a plan for world domination, and a madman presiding over a secret headquarters staffed with obedient hirelings...So all of the parts are in place. And yet, in an important way, this James Bond adventure, the 18th (or 19th, if you count the non-standard "Casino Royale"), marks the passing of an era. This is the first Bond film that is self-aware, that has lost its innocence and the simplicity of its world view, and has some understanding of the absurdity and sadness of its hero...The plot involves an Earth satellite that has been lurking in secret orbit and can disrupt Earth communications, giving the person who controls it power over governments and markets. After Xenia Onatopp (an ex-fighter pilot) and her accomplices steal a priceless Tiger helicopter that is invulnerable to the satellite, Bond traces her to St. Petersburg, Russia, where the Janus arms syndicate is located. This leads to a sex scene involving Onatopp that owes a lot to Sumo wrestling...Watching the film, I got caught up in the special effects and the neat stunts, and I observed with a certain satisfaction Bond's belated entry into a more modern world. Brosnan was quite adequate, although all of the later Bonds suffer from the reality that no one else will ever really replace Sean Connery. I had a good enough time, I guess, although I never really got involved. I was shaken but not stirred. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Brosnan,Pierce
Product attributeLabel:   Mgm Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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