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Isn’t that line said to Kincaid before they start Home Alone-ing Skyfall Lodge?
I watched the scene again and I have the same feeling as in the theater, that Bond is deaf and they deleted / trimmed that idea. You can see at 0:29 that he doesn't hear the car running behind him, and react with complete surprises when bullets actually lands around him.
Yeah, the sound mix is us hearing what Bond hears.
The sound mix only normalises once Bond ducks and misses the car.
That's great, I certainly didn't spot that Texas Switch when I saw it.
Do you have the link of that trailer?
It's at 1.12. As I said, it's a tiny thing, but the tilt and the lift of the brows made me laugh when I saw the trailer and I did miss it when the film came out.
So did Valdo have his own grappling gun, or was someone simply getting their 'wires' crossed with Nomi's own zip line descender-rig toy?
New BTS on Twitter and we can clearly see this u-turn in one shot. It looks much better than in the movie.
I think exactly the same.
This chase is my biggest disappointment of the movie. The "donut square" scene is great but the rest is too short and not very well edited.
It could be. I've only seen it the once and it certainly stood out to me as jarring. I love that whole stunt, though, and perhaps I need to see it a couple more times for it to "make sense," in a way.
I wonder how they stopped those sheep from going mad. It's a very loud car for one thing.
That's absolutely beautiful.
Interesting tidbit from editor Tom Cross regarding the ending, "it was never in doubt and there were no alternatives"
I suppose we knew that anyway but it's interesting that he compared it to OHMSS and also how they battled for the Norway sequence at the start of the film