The hallmark film that really propelled James Bond into the movie industry stratosphere. Sean Connery is at his most witty best and teamed up with the strikingly attractive Honor Blackman,
probibly shows the best sexual tension moments that have ever been scene in the whole franchise.
With the hillarious "shocking, truly shocking" pre-title chapter, Shirley Bassey's powerfull voice starts the film proper screaming the now famous "Goldfinger" with the title credits and scenes projected on a near naked woman. The first of many.
Filled with the now famous scenes such as the Miami hotel room scene, Laser Saw, Fort Knox battle, and Odd Job's demonstrations of strength to name a few. The ultimate star of this epic has to be the Aston Martin DB9, a fighter plane on wheels. However, much to Q's anger, this car dosen't survive the movie in one piece, however it must have been rescued as it shows up in the next installment.
Using the USA as the focal point and ultimate storyline was a stroke of geneious for Broccoli and Sultzman. Americans just fell for it and with Guy Hamilton directing, they really got it right.
The DVD is absolutly full of documenties, Radio slots, pictures and all kinds of paraphenallia.