The Award Winning : 'Bond...comments while you watch...'

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  • Posts: 15,906
    " I bet I know a lot more things than you do." She's on the letter "T".

    I always felt the scene in QoS where Camille gives her back story to Bond was similar to this, except this is a bit lighter and more playful.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    ToTheRight wrote: »
    " I bet I know a lot more things than you do." She's on the letter "T".

    I always felt the scene in QoS where Camille gives her back story to Bond was similar to this, except this is a bit lighter and more playful.

    Yes, whereas the book description of her background was very dark.
  • Posts: 15,906
    ToTheRight wrote: »
    " I bet I know a lot more things than you do." She's on the letter "T".

    I always felt the scene in QoS where Camille gives her back story to Bond was similar to this, except this is a bit lighter and more playful.

    Yes, whereas the book description of her background was very dark.

    She is a bit different in the book. Nude, and I believe her nose is busted.
  • edited March 2019 Posts: 15,906
    I like the way Bond pronounces "breakfast".

    Another reason I prefer the original mono track: in the cinema as Bond smashes the coffee cup the sound was incredibly loud . The remastered stereo version mutes the smashed cup considerably. I watching this bit over and over again comparing the audio. Also I think it's funny.
  • Posts: 15,906
    So ends, DR NO. Great viewing this time. I may watch LALD later if I have the time.
  • DenbighDenbigh UK
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    Denbigh wrote: »
    Anyone else notice this? I imagine someone has and I'm sure it was intentional...

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    Anyone else notice this?
  • Posts: 15,906
    Watching AVTAK at the moment. My go-to Roger.

    I should track down a copy of the SE DVD and compare with the Blu-ray. If I recall, there were some framing issues withe the 2006 Lowery UE DVD.
    Been so long since I've seen another transfer I'm curious as to what the color differences were.

    The great Bond Mayday seduction scene! Yes!!!! Bond rolls his eyes. LOL.
  • edited March 2019 Posts: 15,906
    With all the odd rumored titles being mentioned on the B25 thread, we might as well throw in one to homage Sir Roger and Cary's beloved AVTAK............

    "OOOOOHHHHRRHHHH"

    That would be classic!
  • Posts: 15,906
    I do wonder what lake the Rolls is pushed into.
    Took horror fans decades to discover the lake in FRANKENSTEIN was Malibou Lake. Some fans even found the exact spot Boris Karloff tosses little Maria into. More than 80 years later.

    I think On the Tracks of 007 should find this exact location from AVTAK.
  • Posts: 15,906
    Bond sleeps in the chair with a cat on his lap. One of my cats does that that.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    ToTheRight wrote: »
    I do wonder what lake the Rolls is pushed into.
    Took horror fans decades to discover the lake in FRANKENSTEIN was Malibou Lake. Some fans even found the exact spot Boris Karloff tosses little Maria into. More than 80 years later.

    I think On the Tracks of 007 should find this exact location from AVTAK.
    ToTheRight wrote: »
    I do wonder what lake the Rolls is pushed into.
    Took horror fans decades to discover the lake in FRANKENSTEIN was Malibou Lake. Some fans even found the exact spot Boris Karloff tosses little Maria into. More than 80 years later.

    I think On the Tracks of 007 should find this exact location from AVTAK.

    I have forgotten the name, but it is mentioned where it is in the documentary "The exotic locations of 007" on the ultimate edition extra disc. It is in Britain somewhere.
  • Posts: 15,906
    ToTheRight wrote: »
    I do wonder what lake the Rolls is pushed into.
    Took horror fans decades to discover the lake in FRANKENSTEIN was Malibou Lake. Some fans even found the exact spot Boris Karloff tosses little Maria into. More than 80 years later.

    I think On the Tracks of 007 should find this exact location from AVTAK.
    ToTheRight wrote: »
    I do wonder what lake the Rolls is pushed into.
    Took horror fans decades to discover the lake in FRANKENSTEIN was Malibou Lake. Some fans even found the exact spot Boris Karloff tosses little Maria into. More than 80 years later.

    I think On the Tracks of 007 should find this exact location from AVTAK.

    I have forgotten the name, but it is mentioned where it is in the documentary "The exotic locations of 007" on the ultimate edition extra disc. It is in Britain somewhere.

    I'll have to check out that documentary.
  • ThunderballThunderball playing Chemin de Fer in a casino, downing Vespers
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    Licence to Kill - first thing, this movie has one of my 3 or 4 favorite scores of the series, Kamen did a helluva job.

    Bond's camera gun is a cool gadget, with the signature handprint feature a precursor to Skyfall's handprint Walther.

  • Posts: 406
    Kids are away to grandparents house so I'm sitting dowm to watch Spectre. Don't remember the last time I watched a bond film
  • Posts: 406
    Enjoyable PTS and titles. Still don't like the writings on the wall. Hopefully something more like you know my name for the next film
  • Posts: 406
    Great scene with Q and off now to Rome
  • Posts: 19,339
    Definitely,thats the best song from the Craig era by a country mile !
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
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    Love the Q-Bond scenes in SP. Love Craig's delivery of "I'll send you a postcard", and how he leans to the left before exiting.
  • Posts: 406
    Goodbye Mr White
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    Madeline looking amazing in that dress walking down the train
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Das Boot Hill
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    QBranch wrote: »
    Love the Q-Bond scenes in SP. Love Craig's delivery of "I'll send you a postcard", and how he leans to the left before exiting.

    Good call, Award Winning @QBranch .
  • edited March 2019 Posts: 406
    My daddy liked james better so i killed him and decided to seek my revenge on him years later. Really don't understand how Michael and Barbara thought that was a good idea.

    Hilderbrand safe house is a nice touch though
  • Posts: 406
    I like that they gave him the scar thats a nics touch to the past
  • edited March 2019 Posts: 406
    Thats it over. Enjoyable couple of hours not my favourite dc film with this probablythe bottom of his four.

    I don't think we'll see bonds facial scar and other little bits untill someone like netflix makes faithful adaptions of the novels
  • edited March 2019 Posts: 19,339
    QBranch wrote: »
    Love the Q-Bond scenes in SP. Love Craig's delivery of "I'll send you a postcard", and how he leans to the left before exiting.

    Good call, Award Winning @QBranch .

    Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit,alas ;)
  • Major_BoothroydMajor_Boothroyd Republic of Isthmus
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    I'm going to kick back and watch a Bond film...thinking The Living Daylights
  • Major_BoothroydMajor_Boothroyd Republic of Isthmus
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    Solid gun barrel, love the dot opening up on Gibraltar
  • Major_BoothroydMajor_Boothroyd Republic of Isthmus
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    The way they fall out of that plane...super cool.
  • Major_BoothroydMajor_Boothroyd Republic of Isthmus
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    00 caught immediately. Wonder if he would get ridiculed by the the other 00s?
  • Major_BoothroydMajor_Boothroyd Republic of Isthmus
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    That Dalton head turn though...
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