Cover image for GoldenEye
Wilson, Michael G., 1942-
Special 007 edition.
Publication Information:
Santa Monica, CA : MGM Home Entertainment Inc., [1999]

Physical Description:
1 videodisc (approximately 130 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
When a mysterious Cossack crime lord gains control of a powerful satellite laser weapon, James Bond is sent to Russia to stop him, at all costs.
General Note:
Widescreen version.

Includes audio commentary featuring director Martin Campbell and producer Michael G. Wilson, The GoldenEye video journal featurette, The world of 007 documentary, music video by Tina Turner, original theatrical trailers and television spots.

Based on the novel by John E. Gardner.

Originally released as a motion picture in 1995.

For specific features see interactive menu.
Reading Level:
Rated PG.
Added Title:
GoldenEye video journal.

World of 007.
Format :


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Eggertsville-Snyder Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Open Shelf
City of Tonawanda Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Audio Visual
Williamsville Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Open Shelf
Julia Boyer Reinstein Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Audio Visual
Audubon Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Open Shelf
Newstead Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Audio Visual
Clarence Library DVD 608 Adult DVD Audio Visual

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Pierce Brosnan made his first appearance as James Bond in this action thriller, the 17th in the series (excluding the 1967 Casino Royale and the 1983 Never Say Never Again) featuring the suave British super-agent. As the story begins, Agent 007 and his partner, Agent 006 (Sean Bean), pull a daring raid on a chemical weapons plant in the Soviet Union; however, they are captured by Russian troops, and while Bond is able to escape, 006 is not so lucky. Several years later, the Soviet Union and the Cold War are a thing of the past, but Bond is still at work ferreting out evildoers everywhere. Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), a beautiful but vicious villain working with the Russian Mafia, spearheads the theft of the controls to GoldenEye, a high-tech satellite weapons system, and with her gunmen, she kills most of the soldiers and guards at a top-secret military facility in the process. Bond joins forces with Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), one of the base's few survivors, to help track down Onatopp's minions and the controls to GoldenEye, which can destroy all electronic circuits in a given area in a matter of seconds; however, in time, Bond discovers the true identity of the criminal mastermind who is behind this bid for unholy power and world domination -- none other than Alec Trevelyan, the man Bond once knew as 006. In addition to Brosnan, GoldenEye also marked another significant cast change for the Bond series -- Judi Dench made her debut as M, Bond's superior. Minnie Driver also has a cameo as a nightclub singer. Sadly, this was the last film in the Bond series for special-effects supervisor Derek Meddings, who died in the midst of production; the film was dedicated to him. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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