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Moonraker (1979)

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Lewis Gilbert, and assorted cast and crew members Rating:8.2/10 (4 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by tcconde on November 17th, 2004:Find all reviews by tcconde
For me, this is maybe the best of the Bond commentaries. They are clearly watching the film as they do it, as opposed to someone editing together some interview pieces. But they clearly had a good time doing it and the stories are great.
Reviewed by Pineapples101 on May 19th, 2010:Find all reviews by Pineapples101
Excellent commentary. Very insightful.
Reviewed by campbelldropout on May 6th, 2013:Find all reviews by campbelldropout
This review is related to Roger Moore's Commentary for Moonraker. I have no idea when Sir Roger Moore recorded this commentary but I am guessing he had to be in his mid 70's or older but wow what a great memory. Even though he says at the beginning that the commentary won't relate specifically to the film he does a pretty good job of remembering filming the scenes. What makes the film so enjoyable is that he is really humble about his past with playing Bond and the fact he kept up with the series later on after he left, he mentions something about Dalton in the commentary. It also provides wonderful stories such as a prop boat sinking, wearing the wires for the space flights, his personal view of movies set in space (not a big fan). This is really worth listening to for any Bond fan.
Reviewed by musíl65 on September 14th, 2022:Find all reviews by musíl65
This track was recorded in 1999. You get a lot of information about the locations, the script, the f/x stuff, Ken Adam’s sets, the music, the logistic of a Bond movie and the actors. There are no gaps. A great track for fans. 10 out of 10.