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Blu-Ray Review: Bond 50: Part VI – Moonraker (1979) & For Your Eyes Only (1981)

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Here it is (FINALLY), Part VI of my 12-part review of the James Bond 50th Anniversary blu-ray box set. I apologize for the extreme lateness for this entry. I actually watched these movies a while ago and just now got around to writing them up. I just got busy with other things. I’ll do better in the future.

With this entry in the series, I have officially reached the halfway point of my journey through the James Bond franchise. As you’ll see below, this pairing of Moonraker and For Your Eyes Only carried with it both good and bad things. Yet I still enjoyed myself and I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts on them.

Of course, you can read my past Bond 50 posts here. And follow me around the internet with the links below.

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Blu-Ray Review: Bond 50: Part IV – Diamonds Are Forever (1971) & Live and Let Die (1973)

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I’m finally back into the swing of reviewing my Bond box set. I feared for a minute that I would go all of June without posting an installment in my 12-part Blu-Ray review of the Bond 50th Anniversary Set. But I made it, here in the eleventh hour.

Let me know what you think of these two entries in the franchise by commenting below. You can also follow me on Twitter @ObsessiveViewer and like The Obsessive Viewer on Facebook. For good measure, check out The Obsessive Viewer Podcast and subscribe to it on iTunes. Now that that’s out of the way, here’s Part IV… Continue reading

Blu-Ray Review: Bond 50: Part III – You Only Live Twice (1967) & On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

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Here’s Part three of my 12-part series on the Bond franchise and Blu-Ray collection. This was the first time in the set that the Bond actor switched. It was interesting to see someone other than Connery take the role. Read my thoughts on the two Bond movies and actors below…
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Blu-Ray Review: Bond 50: Blu-Ray Collection Unboxing

The James Bond 50th anniversary Bluray set is mine after a hastily spent $150 at Best Buy. Since I’ve only seen 7 of the 23 Bond movies, I find it a little hard to justify buying it. Nonetheless, I’m really happy I got it.

My plan is to go through the set and watch them at my own pace. I hope to finish them all by December and plan to blog all about it along the way. So this is my first of maybe a dozen or so entries about everyone’s favorite British spy. I give you, the unboxing…

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