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Sean Connery retired from the 007 franchise after You Only Live Twice (replaced by George Lazenby in the underrated and underperforming On Her Majesty's Secret Service) but was lured back for one last official appearance as James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever. He's in fine form--cool but ruthless--in a sharp precredits sequence hunting the unkillable Blofeld (a suavely menacing Charles Gray in this incarnation), but the MacGuffin of a story (involving diamond smuggling, a superlaser on a satellite, and Blofeld's latest plot to rule the world ) is full of the groaning tongue-in-cheek gags that Roger Moore would make his signature. Goldfinger director Guy Hamilton keeps the film zipping along gamely from one entertaining set piece to another, including a terrific car chase in a parking lot, a battle with a pair of bikini-clad killer gymnasts named Bambi and Thumper, and a deadly game with a bizarre pair of fey, sardonic killers who dispatch their victims with elaborate invention. Jill St. John is the brassy but not too bright American smuggler Tiffany Case, and country singer and pork sausage king Jimmy Dean costars as a reclusive billionaire with not-so-subtle parallels to Howard Hughes. Shirley Bassey belts out the memorable theme song, one of the series' best. Connery retired again after this one but he returned once more, for Never Say Never Again 15 years later for a rival production company. --Sean Axmaker --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Diamonds is one of the strangest Bond movies. It is actually, in my opinion, more a comedy than a spy drama. Read morePublished 22 months ago by J. Silva
My husband is a fan and so whenever I can I get him the blue ray of Sean Connery as 007Published on Nov. 10 2013 by Sharon P
next bluray disc after purchase of a player. Again, minimal to nonexistent content inside the case. Read morePublished on March 22 2013 by trekkerkev
Beautifully clear and crisp picture. Sean Connery was the best Bond until Daniel Craig came along. Well-worth the money. Buy it!Published on Dec 14 2012 by Simba
Connery is the only saving grace to this film. The film has a rushed, cheap quality to it. The producers must have been so pleased to have Connery back one last time they forgot... Read morePublished on April 21 2004
One of my favorite Bond movies. Connery earn his unusual ( for the time ) fee for this role as he hunts for the killer of his wife only to find him behind a mission after he... Read morePublished on March 29 2004 by Peter Ingemi