Do You Own Every Bond Movie On Physical Media?

chrisisallchrisisall Brosnan Defender Of The Realm
edited July 29 in Bond Movies Posts: 17,283
I own every Bond movie in the Blu Ray format except Moonraker (too silly), Never Say Never Again (too meh), & No Time To Die (too trying-to-outdo-the-Skyfall-death-boo-hoo).
Am I the only one here that's not a completest?
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  • Last_Rat_StandingLast_Rat_Standing Long Neck Ice Cold Beer Never Broke My Heart
    Posts: 4,074
    I own all in both DVD and Blu Ray with the exception of Cr67 and NSNA.
  • chrisisallchrisisall Brosnan Defender Of The Realm
    Posts: 17,283
    I own all in both DVD and Blu Ray with the exception of Cr67 and NSNA.

    LOL, CR67 isn't a Bond film. It's a mess that needs clean up in aisle 7.
  • Posts: 221
    Nah, there's plenty I have no desire to watch again (MR, AVTAK, any Brosnan one besides GoldenEye)
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 12,491
    Between 1996 and 2001 I collected all the films on VHS, including NSNA which I just taped off the telly. In 2007 I bought all the UE DVDs. From 2014 til now I've collected digital files of all the films in Bluray and 4k quality. I'll keep buying the DVDs until they're obsolete.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    edited July 19 Posts: 6,257
    Yes, twice over. Well, not quite; DVDs up to DAD and BluRays for all 25.
    I don’t have the unofficials.
    I’ve also got all the novels, including Fleming’s non fictions, nearly twice over. Plus a few more recent continuations.
  • goldenswissroyalegoldenswissroyale Switzerland
    edited July 19 Posts: 3,684
    I only own the Eon Bond movies. All on DVD except the last three on Bluray.
  • edited July 19 Posts: 18,171
    I bought the BOND50 Bluray Boxset when it was originally released. I also own several Bluray and 4K Steel books. I also bought all the films on digital copy via Amazon Prime so I can watch Bond on my Phone, Tablet's and PC whenever I want. (This was before Prime made them free to watch with Prime subscription)

    I owned numerous VHS and DVD Bond sets over the years though gave them all away.
  • Agent_Zero_OneAgent_Zero_One Ireland
    edited July 19 Posts: 405
    I own every EON film up to QOS with the Bond50 boxset. I got it in a second hand shop, which was pretty damn good value.
  • Posts: 18,171
    I own every EON film up to QOS with the Bond50 boxset. I got it in a second hand shop, which was pretty damn good value.

    Good find, BOND50 cost me £89.99 when it was first released.
  • Posts: 657
    I have all the EON series (and NSNA) on DVD, except for No Time to Die, (which I do have on a memory stick). I can't bring myself to buy the NTTD DVD.
    I've never seen CR '67.
  • DarthDimiDarthDimi Behind you!Moderator
    Posts: 21,308
    I have all the films on VHS, up to DAD and including CR67 and NSNA.

    I have them all on DVD, up to SP and including CR67 and NSNA.

    I have them all on Bluray, up to NTTD and including CR67 and NSNA.
  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe Moderator
    Posts: 12,784
    Dr No to Die Another Day + Casino Royale (1967) on VHS.

    Dr No to Spectre + NSNA on DVD.

    With the first 20 films, I have them on DVD via both the Special Edition and Ultimate Edition releases.
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,821
    All the EON Bond films from DN to TND on VHS + CR'54
    All the EON Bond films from DN to QOS on DVD + NSNA and CR'67
    All the EON Bond films from DN to DAD Ultimate Edition briefcase
    All the EON Bond films from DN to SP on Bluray Bond 50 + NTTD

  • Posts: 5,221
    VHS : CR '54
    DVD : from DN to SF, including CR '67 and NSNA.
    Blu-Ray : SP and NTTD.
  • I don’t own the non-Eon Bond films and I don’t have No Time to Die yet because I’ll probably wait to upgrade to a 4k boxset with it included.
  • LeonardPineLeonardPine The Bar on the Beach
    Posts: 3,704
    I never owned every Bond film until I got the Bond 50th bluray set. After that I have SF, SP and NTTD on bluray. I also have NSNA on bluray.

    I have to have physical copies of all all the films I love.
  • edited July 19 Posts: 14,275
    I have a handful of Bonds on VHS:

    THUNDERBALL CBS/Fox edition
    OHMSS CBS Fox edition
    DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER CBS/Fox edition
    GOLDENEYE MGM/UA Home Video 1996 full frame edition.

    I have both white cover art Connery collections and the Craig collection on DVD.

    I have a few of the 2000 SE DVDs:

    GOLDFINGER
    LIVE AND LET DIE
    THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN
    THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
    A VIEW TO A KILL
    THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS
    LICENCE TO KILL


    The 1999 era MGM/UA Home video edition of
    NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN

    The 2009 remastered edition of
    NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
    2 copies: one is part of a Connery film collection

    2 copes of the 1967
    CASINO ROYALE

    The 4 Blu -ray volume sets that were released around 2008/2009.

    The 24 film blu ray set of the Bonds that went up to
    SPECTRE.

    .........and a DVD copy of
    NO TIME TO DIE.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    I own them all on blu-ray and NTTD on 4K. I didn't like the changed look and menus of CR and QoS on 4K at all so the set wasn't worth the money. I do own a few double copies on blu-ray, whether they're awesome steelbooks or uncut editions of films.
  • Posts: 52
    Got the full collection (as well as NSNA) on DVD up to SPECTRE. Was always determined to keep my collection complete until NTTD was released. NTTD will never have a place in my collection, ever.
  • chrisisallchrisisall Brosnan Defender Of The Realm
    Posts: 17,283
    EDDIEVH wrote: »
    Got the full collection (as well as NSNA) on DVD up to SPECTRE. Was always determined to keep my collection complete until NTTD was released. NTTD will never have a place in my collection, ever.

    Yeah, I just have no desire to ever see it again.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    EDDIEVH wrote: »
    Got the full collection (as well as NSNA) on DVD up to SPECTRE. Was always determined to keep my collection complete until NTTD was released. NTTD will never have a place in my collection, ever.

    I almost got rid of my SP steelbook for the same reason but I knew I'd end up having to revisit it (thanks to its horrible "importance" in the Craig era arc) with my marathons so it'll stay for now.
  • j_w_pepperj_w_pepper What does it matter to you...when you got a job to do
    Posts: 6,298
    I used to have a number of them on VHS but when I switched to DVD I got all of those available at the time, that is including DAD, pretty quickly and later CR. I ultimately discarded the VHS tapes, since from about 2005, I didn't even have a player any more. I then switched from DVD to Blu-ray in 2010, bought a number of those I already had on DVD (the first was yet again CR) and then came the 50-year Blu-ray collection which was cheaper than buying the missing ones individually. I tried to sell some of the doubles for a pittance, but there are still a few (DVDs and BDs) floating around. Of course I bought all the following Bond movies as well, from the brilliant ones (SF and NTTD) to the not-so-brilliant ones (SP and QOS). And I also have NSNA and CR'67 on BD.

    But I decided I won't upgrade to 4K, since I'm still so thrilled by the picture quality of Full-HD from my projector and 14-ft screen. And it's even better now since I got both eye lenses replaced recently :-).
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    j_w_pepper wrote: »
    I used to have a number of them on VHS but when I switched to DVD I got all of those available at the time, that is including DAD, pretty quickly and later CR. I ultimately discarded the VHS tapes, since from about 2005, I didn't even have a player any more. I then switched from DVD to Blu-ray in 2010, bought a number of those I already had on DVD (the first was yet again CR) and then came the 50-year Blu-ray collection which was cheaper than buying the missing ones individually. I tried to sell some of the doubles for a pittance, but there are still a few (DVDs and BDs) floating around. Of course I bought all the following Bond movies as well, from the brilliant ones (SF and NTTD) to the not-so-brilliant ones (SP and QOS). And I also have NSNA and CR'67 on BD.

    But I decided I won't upgrade to 4K, since I'm still so thrilled by the picture quality of Full-HD from my projector and 14-ft screen. And it's even better now since I got both eye lenses replaced recently :-).

    The only VHS I still own from my young days is my copy of TWINE. I think I got rid of all the other VHS and DVD copies I had.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger we are in this together
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    Except for CR54, I have them all on dvd, except for SF which I have on bluray.
  • RemingtonRemington I'll do anything for a woman with a knife.
    Posts: 1,517
    With the exception of CR'54, of course I do.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    Except for CR54, I have them all on dvd, except for SF which I have on bluray.

    You should see SF on 4K. I don't even like the film but it's stunning in the format.

    As for CR54, I wish I owned it physically. I know @Birdleson has a copy he said he got from eBay many years back, the lucky devil.
  • Posts: 18,171
    I bought NTTD HD digital copy though not been in a rush to buy the Bluray, I am holding out for a full series 4K boxset.

    To be honest other than the excellent pre title sequence of NTTD I have gone a little cold on the rest of the movie.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    I'm eager to get DN - DAD (and anything unofficial) on 4K and that's it for me. They massacred CR and QoS, in my opinion, and I just don't care about SF and SP enough to spend the money to upgrade them, even if SF looks mind-blowing in the format.
  • Posts: 18,171
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I'm eager to get DN - DAD (and anything unofficial) on 4K and that's it for me. They massacred CR and QoS, in my opinion, and I just don't care about SF and SP enough to spend the money to upgrade them, even if SF looks mind-blowing in the format.

    Some of the earlier films will look astonishing in 4K I am looking forward to whenever the set becomes available.

    QoS was OK I think it was an improvement of the Bluray for me, over time I suspect these films will get tweaked and remastered numerous times,
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 37,414
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    I'm eager to get DN - DAD (and anything unofficial) on 4K and that's it for me. They massacred CR and QoS, in my opinion, and I just don't care about SF and SP enough to spend the money to upgrade them, even if SF looks mind-blowing in the format.

    Some of the earlier films will look astonishing in 4K I am looking forward to whenever the set becomes available.

    QoS was OK I think it was an improvement of the Bluray for me, over time I suspect these films will get tweaked and remastered numerous times,

    Absolutely, especially the Brosnan era which has suffered with some rough upgrades to blu-ray.

    I just thought CR and QoS lost a ton of their color and looked inferior in 4K. I got to the Madagascar chase scene and was stunned at how dull it looked, turned it off and went back to my blu-ray copy.
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