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Indeed it is, and I think it's so layered that people on this thread are not grasping certain things. In any case, for whatever reason, some seem to forget that Bond had already been strapped to a chair. And that irony is thick in this scene with Silva.
That either Silva or Bond is referring to being tied to a chair. It's not how audiences, commentators, the studio, or the director appear to have taken it. The rhetorical question 'What's the regulation to cover this?', asked while Silva strokes Bond and suggests they 'eat each other' couldn't be easier to understand.
Be careful not to underestimate one’s ability to misunderstand things.
:)) I certainly don't! I remember someone once suggesting that the 'Don't ask, don't tell' thing in some American-penned Clinton-era Brosnan film wasn't a reference to a deeply controversial policy of that name from that precise moment in history. Most odd
I wouldn't have announced it as Craig's last. All the way through the build up, "the death of Bond", was speculated and I think it would have been more interesting had they acted as if Daniel was going to do more, then the ending would have been more impactful.
The focus of the film was too much on Craig's last film and tying up loose ends, rather than on the actual adventure.
It's a year ago today I first saw NTTD, and I'm going to watch tonight and see how I feel about it. It'll be my 5th viewing
I would have buy it more, if it's Monica Bellucci's Lucia Sciarra, it would make much more sense, because of her deep connections to SPECTRE.
Just the three for me, two in theaters and one when it came out on 4K. I'm gonna start a new Bondathon in the next month or two, eager to see it in a full marathon finally versus one split up as I awaited its release in theaters.