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Old 01-27-2020, 08:33 PM   #3401
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I ended up buying the set a few weeks ago, before the individuals were announced. I still have the BB steelbooks from a few years ago and thought about putting these discs in those, if and when BB does a macthing steelbook for No Time to Die which feels very unlikely.

I don't know. I used to be such a stickler about these things, but having all 4 movies in one case takes up less precious shelf space right now.
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Old 01-28-2020, 04:44 PM   #3402
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What are the chances that the complete collection gets a UHD release along with No Time To Die? I tired to look it up but I couldn't see any info on it. I want these, but would rather not buy this if the complete collection is coming later in the year.
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Old 01-28-2020, 05:06 PM   #3403
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What are the chances that the complete collection gets a UHD release along with No Time To Die? I tired to look it up but I couldn't see any info on it. I want these, but would rather not buy this if the complete collection is coming later in the year.
It isn't looking good. Apple and Netflix are both sniffing around MGM for a possible all out purchase of the frail company. That would very likely mean the end of physical MGM releases altogether.
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Old 01-28-2020, 05:52 PM   #3404
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I don't think we can expect any more Bond 4K releases until MGM figures out who is going to pick up their home video distribution deal when the one with Fox expires.
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Old 01-28-2020, 05:57 PM   #3405
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I don't think we can expect any more Bond 4K releases until MGM figures out who is going to pick up their home video distribution deal when the one with Fox expires.

However, if a digital platform buys MGM anyway then it's pretty much all moot.
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Old 01-29-2020, 09:08 AM   #3406
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The only hope is if Disney buys MGM.
They still release films on physical media (albeit gimped to make way for Disney+) and it makes sense because of the home video distribution deal with Fox.
Disney would probably decide that instead of begging MGM to extend their contract, they just buy them up outright.
Kind of a "Just Eat Gilligan" situation.

Also, No Time to Die will be distributed by Universal on home video as they did with The Addams Family 2019 but the previous Bond movies will still be distributed by Disney.
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Old 01-29-2020, 10:55 AM   #3407
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Until when does the Fox deal last?
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Old 01-29-2020, 01:17 PM   #3408
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Until when does the Fox deal last?
June 2020, so Disnee wouldn't really have to do much when it comes to the MGM-Fox tie-up anyway, they ain't gonna beg nobody. I think they're keeping Fox Home Entertainment going (even if just a zombified shell) just to honour these kinds of commitments and then they'll shutter it for good.
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Old 01-29-2020, 02:06 PM   #3409
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It isn't looking good. Apple and Netflix are both sniffing around MGM for a possible all out purchase of the frail company. That would very likely mean the end of physical MGM releases altogether.

Which means no HDR pre-Daniel Craig movies. Means the only one worth purchasing if you have already have the blu ray set is Goldeneye in which the 4K (no HDR) is a vast improvement over the botched Blu Ray picture quality.
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Old 01-29-2020, 04:10 PM   #3410
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June 2020, so Disnee wouldn't really have to do much when it comes to the MGM-Fox tie-up anyway, they ain't gonna beg nobody. I think they're keeping Fox Home Entertainment going (even if just a zombified shell) just to honour these kinds of commitments and then they'll shutter it for good.
Very curious what they're going to do regarding the deal, guess we'll find out soon enough. Thanks for the link man! ^^
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Old 01-29-2020, 04:20 PM   #3411
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They're now looking for a buyer for the studio outright, and if it happens to be a distributor or tech giant that loves streaming and doesn't give two shits about disc then that's that, there'll be no new home video distribution deal with another studio. The occasional very high profile title may get leased to an indie for disc distribution but the problem there is that the biggest indies are still very wary of getting into 4K disc.
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Old 01-29-2020, 04:31 PM   #3412
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The occasional very high profile title may get leased to an indie for disc distribution but the problem there is that the biggest indies are still very wary of getting into 4K disc.
In the battle of Wary Indies Vs. James Bond, I'm putting my money on Jimmy.
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Old 01-29-2020, 04:35 PM   #3413
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In the battle of Wary Indies Vs. James Bond, I'm putting my money on Jimmy.
It's not like we haven't been here before, kinda. The first waves of Bond Blu-rays in 2008/2009 went down like a lead balloon, some retailers even sold their 'exclusive' steelbooks to amazon and the line was put on hold for four years until the 50th anniversary. It's not the licence to kill print money that people think it is, especially not on a niche format in a dying marketplace, and even Barb herself didn't rule out Bond moving over to streaming, having just said this on the subject: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/barba...163438559.html
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Old 01-29-2020, 05:01 PM   #3414
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While it makes perfect sense for MGM to reach out to Apple and Netflix as the pair possess two of the deepest pockets for content, not sure if either company is the best fit for Bond and/or MGM.

Needless to say, there's a great deal of uncertainty about the 007 franchise once Craig hits the road, and we're not even addressing the impact of NTTD box office on valuation.

Miscast, or mistake who Bond needs to be, for today's filmgoers, well, welcome to a PR clustercuss hand-in-hand with an investment at significant risk.

With that out of the way, it's a shame the producers didn't fully leverage the promise of Craig, first based on his performance in Layer Cake, and then, Casino Royale.

Shame. I would really liked to have seen it.
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Old 01-29-2020, 06:53 PM   #3415
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Whoever buys them is likely going to make getting a Bond out every 2 years a priority. It's crazy to me that Craig only did one more movie then Brosnan over twice the amount of time.
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Old 01-29-2020, 08:46 PM   #3416
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With that out of the way, it's a shame the producers didn't fully leverage the promise of Craig, first based on his performance in Layer Cake, and then, Casino Royale.
Didn't fully leverage the promise of Craig?

Skyfall is the most successful Bond movie ever.

Spectre sits at #4. And that's adjusted for inflation, btw.

Daniel Craig's least successful Bond film is more successful than all of Brosnan's Bond films.
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Old 01-29-2020, 11:06 PM   #3417
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Didn't fully leverage the promise of Craig?

Skyfall is the most successful Bond movie ever.

Spectre sits at #4. And that's adjusted for inflation, btw.

Daniel Craig's least successful Bond film is more successful than all of Brosnan's Bond films.
Artistically, no.

In my opinion, Casino Royale is the best of the Craig films, and Layer Cake is also superior to his three subsequent Bond films.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed all three films in the theater, and also enjoyed revisiting them in UHD.

But Craig represented a far greater opportunity than successful box office. They just didn't deliver superior stories/scripts/set pieces.

Personally, I'd rank the last three MI films as superior films than the last three Bond films.

That said, I'm a big Fuku fan, and if NTTD hits it out of the park with a superior swan song for Craig, all is forgiven.
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Old 01-29-2020, 11:32 PM   #3418
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Probably an unpopular opinion around here but mission impossible moves are cringe and i'll take spectre and casino over any of 'em.
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Probably an unpopular opinion around here but mission impossible moves are cringe and i'll take spectre and casino over any of 'em.
Setting aside CR, the last three Bond films combined donít deliver the action of Fallout.

But thatís just me, and hope they duke it out over the next few years.
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Probably an unpopular opinion around here but mission impossible moves are cringe and i'll take spectre and casino over any of 'em.
Wouldn't call them cringe but I do think the McQuarrie ones get a little too much praise, especially Rogue Nation. (Fallout's pretty good.)
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