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Okay, with John Logan, a wild guess: maybe there will also be a mention, or a glimpse, of a rat. Standing or not. ;)
An in joke would be far more in line with the startled birds that appeared in all five John Glen films. His admittance that this was influenced by Hitchcock's "blink and you'll miss it" cameos in his films.
This kind of boat you can also see in Twine: http://motorboatsmonthly.media.ipcdigital.co.uk/9091/0000039ef/8a5e_orh100000w470/Sunseeker-TWINE-2.jpg
This kind of boat you can also see in Twine.
Inside you see in Casino Royale and again in Skyfall.
When i saw The Departed previous thusday i must think about Skyfall.With second view of Skyfall, i understand better what there mean. Of course there also will be kind of Rat in Bond 24 with Daniel Craig :D
I'm mildly curious now. Is there any kind of boat in AVTAK?
Must have missed that.
AVTAK anyone? I cannot remember any.
P&W's scripts will always be remembered for making the mission personal to Bond.
TWINE - Bond falls for Elektra only to discover she's the villain
DAD - Bond is tortured and when released wants to find the person who betrayed him
CR - Bond's first mission and he falls in love with Vesper
QOS - Bond is angry and wants revenge/closure
SF - Bond is mortally wounded and has get his mojo back
IF anything the latter 3 Craig films give Bond a much more interesting psychology, but I think that aspect of the films have less to do P&W and more to do with Paul Haggis and John Logan. P&W are always credited with coming up with the story beats with the more prestige writers doing the heavy lifting.
The wedding boat on the Seine, plus the speedboat Mayday escapes in thanks to Zorin.
Iceberg Submarine - not technically a boat.
Back to it being personal for Bond, they reared up again nicely in GE.
"For England, James?" "No, for me." And onward ...
We can only hope!
**Sign**. I beg to differ. I think JL's trademark will be the complete transformation of Bond into a comic book hero, far remote from Fleming.
A whyle a go i discover the links that be made with countries started with Skyfall (The neighbours), but also in Spectre (the believers). I am curious or the links that i made, are done by john logan.
In Spectre there be two rats, four mouses (Include Bond and M), three cats and scary wolf. What is left is a rat (cat), two mouses (Bond and M) and snake (Madeline).
In SF we get Hans en Grietje (Breadcrumb/searhlight), around Spectre i read something around Vrouw holle thing. But i can't remember what be writte. The only thing i remember from frauw holle story is ''another world thing'' ( Death/Hell what be predict in Skyfall maintitle) and will return with a difrent result.
My expections for next two: rattenvanger van hamelen (Rat-Catcher of Hamelin) and repelsteelje (Rumpelstiltskin/You Know MY Name!). I think this match with thirth person view in QOS and You Know my name with CR and visual coldblood lyric of You Know My Name in SF. Big quistion is who will be second Rat-Catcher. Back to earth.
People like it to believe in ferytales. Trademark of John Logan: Using ferytales to tell a bigger story. If John Logan have worked on QOS it possible have been the girl with red cape (Roodkapje). Found somebody eles in grantmothers bed is it Felix.
It might be why I think SF is the better movie. P&W (and Peter Morgan?) supplied a good basis for SF, while the work flow didn't work well when reversed for SP.