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The Living Daylights [Blu-ray] 
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Armed with razor-sharp instincts and a licence to kill, James Bond battles diabolical arms merchants bent on world domination in this thrilling, lightning-paced adventure. Timothy Dalton brings energy, humour and ruthless cunning to his debut performance as Agent 007.
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Plot: Movie starts with a foiled assassination attempt on trainee MI6 veteran operatives as they prepare for a potential highly sensitive mission in the form of what was meant to be a basic exercise. There were three of them two of which were successfully taken out save for one the man himself James Bond. After that James Bond pursues those who tried to assassinate him and his comrades across the globe from central Europe and hostile places of such to various terrorist inhabited hostile places in the middle east getting in all kinds of awesome adventures. All of this to make a long and timeless action classic short. In my opinion one very well put together movie and best member of the series within that.
What Dalton's Bond lacks in geniality and humour is made up for by the somewhat comical villains played by Joe Don Baker and Jeroen Krabbe. The only truly menacing villain of the piece is the blonde teutonic henchman Necros (played by Andreas Wisniewski who went on to play an equally menacing henchman in Die Hard the following year). The fight sequence in the cargo net of an airplane is one of the most exciting in the entire series. Also worth mentioning is John Rhys-Davies who appears as General Pushkin here. The tense scene between him and Bond is truly memorable for the chilling performances of both actors.
The film kicks off with an exciting pretitle sequence on the rock of Gibraltar. Add to this a kick ass black Aston Martin car, an exciting chase across a frozen lake, the rather silly but highly entertaining escape down a mountain slope in a cello case, and the usual exotic locations (Vienna, Tangier and Afghanistan in this case) and you get a great action flick with an almost Hitchcockian romance thrown in. Mind you, no sex in this one. It's important to keep in mind that the film dates from the 80s to understand this chastity and why Bond is siding with the Mujaheddin.
The 2 disc Ultimate Edition offers a large array of nice extra features making it a nice addition to any Bond fan's collection.
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For those who are looking for some of the more memorable scenes of the series, this is the one with the milkman assassin with the exploding milk bottles, the Lada police car coming off the chassis, the transplant heart and the diamonds in the ice bucket.
and also experiece battle of the airfield in Kabul and escape scene from Czechoslovakia puts the points to plus side.
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