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Dr. No [Blu-ray]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region A/1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Fox Video
  • Release Date: Oct. 21 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,552 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Dr. No

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hexomega on March 6 2011
Format: DVD
Dr. No should exist as the blueprint for all Bond films.

There are very few cheap gags,even fewer ridiculously over the top stunts, and almost no toys or gadgets.

To me, this is Bond at its best, and definitely deserves a spot on my top 10 series' favorites list.

The film strayed a bit from the original book, but never so far that it became lost.

This product, itself, has been revamped and released half a dozen times for the dvd format. This, particular version has very few special features.

If you are looking for a more in depth copy of this movie (or any in the 007 series)I would suggest purchasing the boxed set versions.

If, like me, you are only interested in the feature film. This is a good buy.

Though, the cover art is a bit tacky, in my opinion.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Silva on Nov. 1 2015
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This concerns the 2015 blu-ray edition. Dr. No, like all "vintage" Bond movies, has been restored and looks amazing with images that are sharp, clear and clean. If you never saw a restored Bond, you will be surprised how good they look. The people who restored this movie really did an outstanding job.

This edition also happens to contain all extras from the "special edition" released previously.

There no ads before the menu starts, which is very nice.
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This one of the best Bond films, Connery is the epitome of cool, Andress coming out of the water in her yellow bikini is one of the highlights of the movie. One of the all time great movies and needs to be part of any film library.
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By etoile4u on Jan. 3 2014
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Classic 007, Sean Connery is probably the best of the best 007 of the series, you know what to expect and you get it, it is after all Sean Connery in 007
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Dr. No. is a *5* star movie!!! Aug. 18 2014
By A Roger Zelazny Fan - Published on
What an excellent movie this was. It currently holds a 98% fresh on
Just because *1* critic did not like this movie. If your into spy's, ambushes, intrigue etc...
This movie is right up your all. And to boot it has the best James Bond ever which was
Sean Connery.
Setting the Standard for Britain's Dedicated Civil Servant Nov. 17 2007
By gobirds2 - Published on
I always considered DR. NO to be one of the better Bond films and closer to the literary James Bond created by Ian Fleming. Sean Connery's performance is that of the no-nonsense dedicated civil servant. His screen presence alone conveys the physical, intellectual and moral conviction of the character. He is essentially a modern day version of the white knight slaying the dragon for Queen and country.

Joseph Wiseman as Dr. No is one of the best villains of the series. His steel mono-toned performance is eerily unsettling. He remains one of the most enigmatic villains in the series. He is a villain moved more by unfounded revenge than by greed or riches. You almost sympathize with him as he makes futile overtures to Bond imploring him to join his organization. It seems that Bond is the only man capable of appreciating his intellect. Not even Dr. No's backers, Blofeld and S.P.E.C.T.R.E. are worthy of his talents.

Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder leaves one of the most indelible images of the series as she emerges from the sea clad in her white bikini. She is characterized by the simplicity of her goodness and naivet as she is drawn into a vortex of worldliness that Bond further engulfs her in. Rather than that of a supposed sex object, she exudes a raw femininity found only in nature. Bond can not help but feel that he has corrupted her both deliberately and inadvertently in his blind quest to revenge the deaths of fellow agents. This is the very strength of Richard Maibaum's script, here and on subsequent Bond films.

These films, the better ones, are about Bond, his adversaries, his loves and his friendships. Jack Lord was the first of many actors to play Felix Leiter, Bond's CIA friend. "Friend" in the world of James Bond is not a word used casually. Lord seemed the one actor to visually convey the camaraderie that existed between these two characters. John Kitzmiller gave a very good performance as the loyal Quarrel, one of the most important characters in he entire series. This character epitomized the dormant qualities found in the instincts of the common man. When called upon in the death struggle of good vs. evil he is prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice.

Anthony Dawson as Professor Dent seems perfect as a man who knew better than fall into an inescapable web of subterfuge that Dr. No has spread from his island to the mainland. Zena Marshall as Miss Taro is a more willing participant, as she appears eager to overtly display her sensuality and share her sexual appetites openly with Bond. She is supposed to lure Bond to his death. Finding this not the case she enthusiastically offers herself to Bond. It is in these scenes that Sean Connery displays a certain animal screen presence that no other actor has ever equaled in the role.

Many elements that distinguish a James Bond movie were introduced in this film. The opening gun barrel trademark, "The James Bond Theme," Bernard Lee's portrayal of the inimitable M, Lois Maxwell's portrayal of the desirable Miss Moneypenny, Ken Adam's innovative and distinctive production designs, Maurice Binder's unique main titles, the "Martinis shaken not stirred," just to name a few are all here.

Director, Terence Young, always boasted and took relish in how he supposedly shaped the look and feel of the James Bond series. This is quite possibly true when looking at DR. NO. It is a film visually rich with well-detailed and defined characters. It also has an uncanny feel for the settings inspired from the Ian Fleming novels whether it be Bond's intelligence headquarters in London, the exotic sights and sounds of Jamaica or the incongruity of Dr. No's plush lair hidden in the mosquito invested swamps of Crabe Key.

DR. NO is also characterized by quick paced editing by Peter Hunt. Hunt's innovative technique keeps the story moving visually and unobtrusively which also further defines the cinematic world of James Bond.

But coming full circle, it is Sean Connery's performance and screen presence that intrigues and captures the imagination of the viewer. Given the sets, the music, the script, the locations and all the other elements, it all comes down to how Sean Connery fits and moves through this cinematic world that has been created for James Bond. Sean Connery's performance is indeed that of Britain's dedicated civil servant. DR. NO is the benchmark.
Connery And Andress Set The Bar Sept. 11 2005
By L. Shirley - Published on
I Love "Dr. No"! The first in the 007 series(based on the novels by Ian Fleming), made in 1962 is exciting , full of action and lots of fun. Sean Connery in his first of 7 Bond movies sets the bar for all the ones to follow. And I must also mention that Ursula Andress likewise sets the bar for the "Bond Girl".

We meet James for the first time, where a gambling table, looking dapper as ever in his tux where he immediatly catches the eye of a beautiful woman who cannot resist him. Although he must leave immediately on his first assignment, he does have a few minutes to spare for the lady. Then off to beautiful Jamaica, where the movie is filmed and the action begins.

James begins investigating the murder of the agents stationed there and all roads lead to the manical Dr No(Joseph Wiseman), who has secluded himself on a small island and is killing anyone who gets too close. Dr. No is messing with the U.S. Space Program and must be stopped before he can strike.

Once James does get himself onto the Island, he first meets 'Honey Ryder"(Andress), who is a vision as she makes her entrance emerging from the water like some beautiful mermaid. Together they fight off the army of Dr. No's guards and thwart the impending disater.

You'll meet "M"(Beranrd Lee) and "Miss MoneyPenny"(Lois Maxwell) for the first time in this one. "Q" and all his gadgetry have not made into the story yet. There are the great cars and car chase scenes. You'll get that "Bond" feeling immediatly as the theme music begins; and don't forget to look for Jack "Book-em Danno" Lord.

A great start to a great series. Go ahead and have that first vodka martini with James and enjoy....Laurie
The start of a legend that will never die Oct. 12 2008
By Charles Ashbacher - Published on
In watching this movie, the first in the James Bond sequene, once again, you can see how much Sean Connery grew into the Bond character. When he asks questions, there is a bit of an edge to his manner of delivery, Connery has not yet perfected the suave demeanor that made him so popular. Furthermore, after Bond and Honey Ryder are captured by Dr. No, Bond admits that he is scared, something not quite in keeping with his fearless approach.
Nevertheless, you can see why Connery will always be the classic and best player of the James Bond role. His underplayed reactions to and willingness to confront danger are what made him an idol to millions of people. Every male has always wanted to be in a position where they could utter the classic line "Bond, James Bond", only using their own name. Of course, his ability to melt the hearts and bodies of beautiful women into a sexual tryst certainly increases the hero quotient among males with a galloping libido.
Five Stars Aug. 27 2014
By Kenneth Plough II - Published on
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Great for the class "The Cold War through film"