Licence to Kill (Blu-ray Disc, 2009, Checkpoint; Sensormatic; Widescreen)
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|Edition:||Checkpoint; Sensormatic; Widescreen|
|Number of Discs:||1|
|Film Country:||United Kingdom|
|Display Format:||Checkpoint; Sensormatic; Widescreen|
New York Times - Caryn James (07/14/1989)
Los Angeles Times - Michael Wilmington (07/14/1989)
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- emm-us1Mar 6, 2015by
In spit of Timothy Dalton as James Bond, I still enjoyed this movie.
Like all Bond movies, a lot of action, which I like. My only problem was, I didn't care too much for Timothy Dalton's role as Bond. He seems to be to stiff. The same for "The Living Daylights!" I was just use to Dalton being the villain in the few movies that I have seen him in. I bought this movie to add to my collection of Bond movies.
- reyeseliseoJan 8, 2014by
is one of them movies by james bond i liked,their transfer and restoration is excellent looks brand new.
- gdommarco2012Jul 4, 2013by
muy buen producto, recomiendo este producto, ademas de ser una muy buena pelicula. Es la primera pelicula que veo de 007 en blu ray de ese año, felicitaciones.
- tattooed_bladeJun 19, 2011by
Dalton's Best Bond Film but not the best Bond
Timothy Dalton never seemed to win over the majority of the Bond fans with his portrayal, but in truth his Bond is probably the closest to Fleming's character. I think when compared to Connery (who is still my favorite) Dalton does lack in the charisma department, but he plays Bond with a gritty edge and a recklessness that makes him very realistic.
License to Kill is the best of Dalton's two films (he definitely should have replaced Roger Moore earlier) After Felix Leiter is left for dead, James Bond goes against the British government (who revoke his license to kill) and sets out to get revenge.