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  • Posts: 54
    i'm sure this post will meet with a great deal of disagreement, but can we all think back to the summer of 2002? We were anticipating the 40th anniversary film, which was promised to deliver all of these 'homages' to the past Bond world. We were aching for the trailer and then, we got it. And most of us were amazed:
    whoa surfing, that's new
    wait, is that Bond with a beard?
    I think saw the alligator from Octopussy in in the background.
    Love Q's line about this being Bond's 20th watch.
    This is going to be the best Bond ever
    and then we eagerly counted the days until November....and realized what a foul piece of stench DAD was.

    Now, I SURELY am not comparing SPECTRE to DAD and I AM CERTAIN SPECTRE will be a triumph however, can we all take a collective exhale and stop with the claims of Bond film perfection right now. For crying out loud, some of the scenes in the trailer may not even make it into the finished film. Yes, the cinematography looks great, the set pieces seem to meet our Bond fan criteria, the helicopter barrel roll took me immediately back to Thailand circa 1974 (sans the slide whistle) and yes, like all of you, when I heard the OHMSS cues, I literally started to tear up. Let's reset the countdown clock to this Fall, avoid all spoilers (and sadly, this trailer provided some) and get ready for a huge treat.
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    jake24 wrote: »
    In the shot with the plaque showcasing those who died in the service of their country, is that the ruins of MI6?

    Yes, the Memorial wall M talked about in SF. You can also see Bond walking through an old shooting range within MI6.

    Little things I've also noticed after multiple views are M's changed the office since the end of SF and has a new picture behind his desk (no longer the painting of the original MI6 Building).

    Also, having watched the Rome car chase when I was in Italy in February, I wondered what the obstacle on the riverside was going to be which meant the cars drove on the slope of the wall. I thought it may be pedestrians strolling along the river but it turns out they put boulders and rocks there instead.
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    A lot of the more confident people read the script (like me), which gives more confidence
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
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    @JPinFLA, but everyone did the same thing with CR and most of us love that and would say it's in our top five Bond films. Everyone did the same thing with SF, and most hail that as one of - if not the - best Bond film out there. The point is, we're all massive Bond geeks, that's why we collect here to share our thoughts. It's hard to not get pumped seeing new footage from a new entry in the series. As excited as I am, though, you have to try and keep the hype down so you don't elevate it to some 'best film ever' status before it's even released, like some people have.
  • RC7RC7
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    Ludovico wrote: »
    RC7 wrote: »
    I don't see the TB comparison personally. Looks like it's own film completely.

    SPECTRE meeting, shadowy organization, Bond becoming the lover of a girlfriend/wife of a villain, large scale plot, Italian and French Bond girls, a parade scene, etc. It is reminiscent of TB, to a degree. OHMSS too.

    Incidental really. Moonraker has Bond visit an Italian City in which there's a chase scene, it has a parade, a physically imposing henchman, a French Bond girl, an impressive villain's lair with staff monitoring rows of TV screens... I see the visual touchstones, but I do think they will be narratively quite different beasts.
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    My thoughts,

    It looks like a very different film than Skyfall, I think we are going to see some great performances by everyone especially Craig & Waltz.

    I was very very suprised with the OHMSS theme, wasnt expecting that one.

    Only thing I didnt like was the abrupt ending.

    Best part was Waltz' I am the author of your pain, the henchman striking Bond & then he looks up.
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    Guys, I was just listening carefully to the music of the trailer from 2min00 till 2min07. And I actually think it's a queue from the "Casino Royale"-theme "You Know My Name". Just listen carefully and compare it with the first opening queues (first 6 seconds) of the main titles:


    So, the trailer music has got actually queues from John Barry's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and David Arnold's "You Know My Name" :-D!.
  • RC7RC7
    Posts: 10,512
    Guys, I was just listening carefully to the music of the trailer from 2min00 till 2min07. And I actually think it's a queue from the "Casino Royale"-theme "You Know My Name". Just listen carefully and compare it with the first opening queues (first 6 seconds) of the main titles:


    So, the trailer music has got actually queues from John Barry's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and David Arnold's "You Know My Name" :-D!.

    That is still OHMSS, not CR.
  • WalecsWalecs On Her Majesty's Secret Service
    edited July 2015 Posts: 3,157
    jake24 wrote: »
    Any chance the OHMSS theme appears in the score itself?
    I certainly hope so!
    Guys, I was just listening carefully to the music of the trailer from 2min00 till 2min07. And I actually think it's a queue from the "Casino Royale"-theme "You Know My Name". Just listen carefully and compare it with the first opening queues (first 6 seconds) of the main titles:


    So, the trailer music has got actually queues from John Barry's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and David Arnold's "You Know My Name" :-D!.
    You're right, and it's awesome how the YKNM waves into the OHMSS theme. But I think that's because they're written with the same scale (I know nothing about music theory, I play by ear).
  • Posts: 11,119
    RC7 wrote: »
    Guys, I was just listening carefully to the music of the trailer from 2min00 till 2min07. And I actually think it's a queue from the "Casino Royale"-theme "You Know My Name". Just listen carefully and compare it with the first opening queues (first 6 seconds) of the main titles:


    So, the trailer music has got actually queues from John Barry's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and David Arnold's "You Know My Name" :-D!.

    That is still OHMSS, not CR.

    You are right:

    the 2min00 - 2min07 queue from the trailer corresponds with the 0min50 - 0min58 part of the "OHMSS" main titles. Then again, sometimes it's a bit hard to distinguish ;-). I'm over-analizing things hehe:

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    Something struck me: Madeleine Swann looks like Tracy in the novel.
  • Posts: 159
    I got loaded and s**tfaced yesterday so i saw the trailer a few hours ago. I have high expectations for this one. Nothing more to say, you all said it.
  • HMBFFHMBFF Lisboa, Portugal
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    @antovolk, by any chance do you have the photos released today in High-Res?
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    The way Swann says "Get away from me!" She's so pretty. Also, the way M tells Bond "You have no authority. None." That sounds like Bernard Lee.
  • Posts: 54
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    @JPinFLA, but everyone did the same thing with CR and most of us love that and would say it's in our top five Bond films. Everyone did the same thing with SF, and most hail that as one of - if not the - best Bond film out there. The point is, we're all massive Bond geeks, that's why we collect here to share our thoughts. It's hard to not get pumped seeing new footage from a new entry in the series. As excited as I am, though, you have to try and keep the hype down so you don't elevate it to some 'best film ever' status before it's even released, like some people have.

    yes sir, exactly my point. Eagerly awaiting Nov. 6, here in Florida
  • eddychaputeddychaput Montreal, Canada
    Posts: 364
    jake24 wrote: »
    Any chance the OHMSS theme appears in the score itself?

    If that happens I will go bonkers with joy. I'll probably have to be removed from the theatre room.

  • Last_Rat_StandingLast_Rat_Standing South Florida
    Posts: 3,810
    JPinFLA wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    @JPinFLA, but everyone did the same thing with CR and most of us love that and would say it's in our top five Bond films. Everyone did the same thing with SF, and most hail that as one of - if not the - best Bond film out there. The point is, we're all massive Bond geeks, that's why we collect here to share our thoughts. It's hard to not get pumped seeing new footage from a new entry in the series. As excited as I am, though, you have to try and keep the hype down so you don't elevate it to some 'best film ever' status before it's even released, like some people have.

    yes sir, exactly my point. Eagerly awaiting Nov. 6, here in Florida

    Small world. Where you at in Florida?
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 35,166
    Just watched it for the second time, and it's shaping up to be one real fine film.
  • edited July 2015 Posts: 11,119
    The "DANIEL CRAIG QUADRILOGY" in trailers (all full theatrical trailers):

    "James Bond 21: Casino Royale" (length: 2:34, released September 13th 2006):


    "James Bond 22: Quantum Of Solace" (length: 2:30, released September 10th 2008):


    "James Bond 23: Skyfall" (length: 2:31, released July 31st 2012):


    "James Bond 24: SPECTRE" (length: 2:32, released July 22nd 2015):



    By jolly, if you watch these four trailers in this order, you actually start to think: Cinema's need to organize more double bills! They need to organize marathons :-P. One should see ALL four Craig-films in this order to truly enjoy every aspect, every layer, character developments, chronology.......to fully "get" these films ;-).

    Off course it's not a necessity to watch the four Craig films/trailers in chronological order. Every Bond film is unique. But the Craig ones.....seem to be tied together with some good "narrative continuity-glue" ;-).


    Man, I will most certainly cherish the upcoming three BluRay steelbooks, as if it was a precious diamond. And then....November 6th....."SPECTRE"!
  • KerimKerim Istanbul Not Constantinople
    edited July 2015 Posts: 2,629
    antovolk wrote: »
    For those also wanting to pick this trailer apart - I'm uploading a set of hi-res (without the YouTube compression) screencaps right now....

    Anyone who wants to nitpick this trailer can just go away. November can't come soon enough for me.

    I didn't catch this on the first view, but was elated to hear the OHMSS theme.
  • KerimKerim Istanbul Not Constantinople
    Posts: 2,629
    DCisared wrote: »
    Isn't it "don't cock it up"?

    Don't muck it up was from FYEO.
  • edited July 2015 Posts: 11,119
    here's a great breakdown of the trailer:

    http://whatculture.com/film/spectre-trailer-breakdown-everything-you-missed-and-need-to-see.php


    And again, please have a look at this set of trailers ;-):
    The "DANIEL CRAIG QUADRILOGY" in trailers (all full theatrical trailers):

    "James Bond 21: Casino Royale" (length: 2:34, released September 13th 2006):


    "James Bond 22: Quantum Of Solace" (length: 2:30, released September 10th 2008):


    "James Bond 23: Skyfall" (length: 2:31, released July 31st 2012):


    "James Bond 24: SPECTRE" (length: 2:32, released July 22nd 2015):



    By jolly, if you watch these four trailers in this order, you actually start to think: Cinema's need to organize more double bills! They need to organize marathons :-P. One should see ALL four Craig-films in this order to truly enjoy every aspect, every layer, character developments, chronology.......to fully "get" these films ;-).

    Off course it's not a necessity to watch the four Craig films/trailers in chronological order. Every Bond film is unique. But the Craig ones.....seem to be tied together with some good "narrative continuity-glue" ;-).


    Man, I will most certainly cherish the upcoming three BluRay steelbooks, as if it was a precious diamond. And then....November 6th....."SPECTRE"!
  • leas_moleleas_mole love is the promise of suffering
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    has this been posted? Sorry too many posts to go through! I did not even see this - must have been blink and you will miss - it's the double barrelled gun :-SS

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    CR still has the best trailer out of all of them.

    Interestingly, the latter three all end with Bond shooting a gun.
  • Posts: 54
    JPinFLA wrote: »
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    @JPinFLA, but everyone did the same thing with CR and most of us love that and would say it's in our top five Bond films. Everyone did the same thing with SF, and most hail that as one of - if not the - best Bond film out there. The point is, we're all massive Bond geeks, that's why we collect here to share our thoughts. It's hard to not get pumped seeing new footage from a new entry in the series. As excited as I am, though, you have to try and keep the hype down so you don't elevate it to some 'best film ever' status before it's even released, like some people have.

    yes sir, exactly my point. Eagerly awaiting Nov. 6, here in Florida

    Small world. Where you at in Florida?

    up North, Ponte Vedra. Just South of Jax. Where in the Sauna Sunshine State are you?
  • KerimKerim Istanbul Not Constantinople
    Posts: 2,629
    Birdleson wrote: »
    Giving @antovolk the benefit of the doubt, I don't think he means inca negative way.

    I wasn't in the least, and my apologies if it came off that way. I just think it was a fantastic trailer and didn't want to see anyone picking it apart and being negative for every minute detail.

  • Posts: 570
    What a great time to be a Bond fan. Maybe I'm just gushing/fanboying, but it really does seem that we're in the second Golden Age (after the 60s) of 007 films.
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    Chevron wrote: »
    I've watched this trailer quite a few times now. Hearing the OHMSS theme is really sending a shiver down my spine. Literally.

    Also in the scene where bond asks Q for help disappearing is that
    a DB5 and a DBS
    in the background?

    yes it is.

  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
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    2 million views in 24 hours.
  • Posts: 11,119
    What a great time to be a Bond fan. Maybe I'm just gushing/fanboying, but it really does seem that we're in the second Golden Age (after the 60s) of 007 films.

    Told ya....told everyone :-P
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