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It's simple .. You just have to walk not moving the right arm.
Every actor did it correctly , DC himself ..
I don't understand why they decided to show off the gun like this.
As someone who lives in the U.S. and tries to go see a movie at the cinema every weekend, I've only ever experienced what I'd call "active audiences" during horror movies (which makes it more fun in my opinion) and big event movies like the Avengers. That full-team shot in the 3rd act had the place erupt in applause.
I tought the gunbarrel concept was : " Bond walks and fires all of sudden , to surprise the hitman beyond the barrel "
Maybe I was wrong.
i want to see DC in an immaculate white background rather than a poorly lighted stage which you can see the floor! ><
OK, if the gun being hidden is really important to the Bond canon, swinging the gun arm is a big faux pas, though I don't see it. Why can't Bond still be in a gun sight about to be cut down and has the awareness to shoot first? I think some things are being held onto too tightly and are unnecessarily precious
Well , If everyone (including Simmons) has hidden the gun , There must be a reason
Despite this small error , The gunbarrel looks great
Or another politically controversial question: can Bond be left-handed?
:runs for cover: X_X
Maybe he could pull out the gun from the holster on his right side and fire :)
I can't tell you better than this , I'm not english
Hope you can figure out what i mean :)
Hmmmm, I didn't realise you need to be English to be left handed? :-?
It's actually a good question. A good 00 agent would be ambidextrous wouldn't he to maximise his fighting abilities?
Sorry , I wanted to say " I'm not english .. I'm Italian.. I can have some difficult to speak correctly " :)
No problem , It sounds nerdy.. but I asked myself if Bond would be left handed too :)
I'm a big fan of the gunbarrel sequence , I have a youtube channel with only gunbarrels.. probably someone has shared them in this topic :)
Quite an applause for the gunbarrel in this cinema:
This gunbarrel design is...ehh....wetting my pants :-)!?!? It is af if the late Maurice Binder sat on a cloud in the high heavens. And then he arrived to Daniel Kleinman in a vision, and he said: "Use MY design that I used until "Licence To Kill", OK??". Some mild changes with the blood dripping. But in all honesty? THIS is the best gunbarrel design since Maurice Binder passed away. And I like it even more than the Brosnan-barrels.
What I really like, is the disappearance of this 'weird movement' of the inside of the barrel...not actually sticking to the actual opening in which you can see the Bond actor. It was a new Daniel Kleinman feature, which I never really liked.
Also, with this Craig-gunbarrel (and all the Binder-gunbarrels from 1962 till 1989) it slowly zooms out from right to left, just after the flickering dots. With the Brosnan barrel, the flickering dots moved entirely out of the screen from left to right. And then 'suddenly' there was this way too huge circle. Not how Binder did it.
Like the titles a lot. Nicely camp and OTT.