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PostSubject: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Oct 14, 2012 6:40 am

Sky Movies are having a poll in order to find out which Bond moment is the most iconic of all-time. Unfortunately, being opinion-less and utterly unable to make a solid decision I have not voted yet and most likely will not at all because there are just too many but here it is anyway if you want to participate. Quite an unusual top 5 so far.

http://skymovies.sky.com/iconic-bond-moments


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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Oct 14, 2012 6:48 am

Decided to go for the double taking pigeon.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Oct 14, 2012 6:55 am

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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:14 am

Tracy dies.

Good bet that "No Mr Bond I expect you to die!" will win or be top 3 likewise TSWLM's chute.

And that was before I even scrolled down the page
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 1:22 pm

I just watched it!

I would had picked Ursula Andress White Bikini scene as the #1 Iconic Bond Moment.


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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:46 pm

As much as I like Casino Royale, I can't see how briefly driving a New Holland bulldozer is placed ahead of a 360-degree car flip...essentially one of the greatest car stunts in movie history.

This list is dumb. What's so iconic about #14? It was a nod to a previous Bond girl who was left off completely. #8 is also a shitty pick ...where the fuck is the white lotus Esprit from TSWLM? Everyone remembers that car, while no one really remembers anything about the QOS pretitle because it is that forgettable.

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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 3:24 pm

Mrs Aural Sects wrote:
As much as I like Casino Royale, I can't see how briefly driving a New Holland bulldozer is placed ahead of a 360-degree car flip...essentially one of the greatest car stunts in movie history.

That pick included the entire 'free run' chase sequence.

:o

Some of the celebrities/TV and movie personalities they interviewed for this show did not even recall the scenes correctly.

Like this guy, Joe Wright - Director said:



"Roger Moore having a fight with Jaws in an airplane, that terrifies me."

Wrong! That didn't happen in the movie!

And this guy said:



"Roger Moore is left in the airplane by the pilot and the hostess.

They just get their parachute on; set the plane to crash mode and jumped out.

And he goes after them!"


Wrong! That didn't happen in the movie either!

Who are these idiots they interviewed?

Why didn't someone 'proof read' what they said during the final editing of the show or even during the filming of the show while reviewing the 'dailies'!
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:28 pm

j7wild wrote:
And this guy said:



"Roger Moore is left in the airplane by the pilot and the hostess.

They just get their parachute on; set the plane to crash mode and jumped out.

And he goes after them!"


Wrong! That didn't happen in the movie either!

Who are these idiots they interviewed?

Why didn't someone 'proof read' what they said during the final editing of the show or even during the filming of the show while reviewing the 'dailies'!
Why don't you "proof watch" the films again, because Roger Moore was indeed left to die in a plane set to crash, and his response was to go after them - it was in the MOONRAKER pre-titles.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:39 pm

Eh, it was Jaws who pushed Bond out the plane, but he did go after the pilot as a response mid-air.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 5:45 pm

You don't ever read what I write, do you Prisoner Monkey?

That comedian Rob Deering said:

"Roger Moore is left in the airplane by the pilot and the hostess.

They just get their parachute on; set the plane to crash mode and jumped out.

And he goes after them!"


That did not happen in the movie.

The hostess didn't jump out.

Bond didn't go after the hostess.

The film never showed the hostess jump out of the plane or pushed out of the plane, etc.

To this day we don't know what happened to the hostess without speculating.

Last time she was seen, she was still on the plane when Bond pushed the pilot out and then Jaws pushed Bond out.

The pilot didn't jump out either.

He was pushed out by Bond during a fist fight.

Bond didn't jump out of the plane to go after the pilot.

He was pushed out by Jaws.

If Jaws didn't push him out, there would had been no need for Bond to leave the plane and go after the pilot and fight him over the parachute.

I am sure Bond would had found a way to land the plane.

All you want to do is nitpick everything I write and start an argument.

Go read the forum rules:

http://bondandbeyond.forumotion.com/t1856-please-read-basic-code-of-conduct-when-using-these-forums

you are violating several rules each and every time you respond to one of my posts in a hostile and antagonistic manner.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:06 pm

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You don't ever read what I write, do you Prisoner Monkey?
I do. And in this case, I'm reading "ROB DEERING GOT THE TINIEST DETAILS OF THE SCENE WRONG! HE IS COMMITTING A HEINOUS CRIME AGAINST FILM! WE SHOULD RISE UP AND DRAG HIM THROUGH THE STREETS BEHIND A SPEEDING HORSE!" and it's at this point where I just filter out the rubbish.

Seriously, everyone knew which scene Deering was referring to when he described it, even if he got it wrong. But do you see the rest of us frothing at the mouth over it, as if it is some grave injustice that should not go unpunished? No. And the reason why is because we don't take the films and we don't take the forums too seriously. You're the one who is getting worked up into a slather over it, and then you wonder why people think you contribute nothing of value. This is followed shortly by you demanding respect when you have done absolutely nothing to deserve - much less earn - it, and someone inevitably has to post a message like this one spelling things out from you.

I make no secret of the way I don't like you. I make no secret of the way I never have liked you. And I make no secret of the way I think you have contributed nothing of worth to these forums. But you're the one who, despite knowing all this, has not bothered to add me to their ignore list. If my posts really are as upsetting to you as you make out, go and do it now. You'll never have to put up with another thing I say. But if not, you have no right to complain about how I have no respect for you, as if you are automatically deserving of it simply because you demand it.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:39 am

Oh, stop it, both of you! Stop it! You're like boys with toys!

Use ignore....and move on... :drunken:

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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:39 pm

j7wild wrote:
You don't ever read what I write, do you Prisoner Monkey?

That comedian Rob Deering said:

"Roger Moore is left in the airplane by the pilot and the hostess.

They just get their parachute on; set the plane to crash mode and jumped out.

And he goes after them!"


That did not happen in the movie.

The hostess didn't jump out.

Bond didn't go after the hostess.

The film never showed the hostess jump out of the plane or pushed out of the plane, etc.

To this day we don't know what happened to the hostess without speculating.

Last time she was seen, she was still on the plane when Bond pushed the pilot out and then Jaws pushed Bond out.

The pilot didn't jump out either.

He was pushed out by Bond during a fist fight.

Bond didn't jump out of the plane to go after the pilot.

He was pushed out by Jaws.

If Jaws didn't push him out, there would had been no need for Bond to leave the plane and go after the pilot and fight him over the parachute.

I am sure Bond would had found a way to land the plane.

All you want to do is nitpick everything I write and start an argument.

Go read the forum rules:

http://bondandbeyond.forumotion.com/t1856-please-read-basic-code-of-conduct-when-using-these-forums

you are violating several rules each and every time you respond to one of my posts in a hostile and antagonistic manner.

You are nitpicking on trivial, meaningless BS said in a Bond documentary by some Z list celebrity, who gets it half right in what he says anyway, but who cares?

The way you are going on about it, you would think some cardinal, evil sin has been committed.

Get over it!!
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:40 pm

I have the right to nitpick.

If you are going to have a documentary about anything, especially one about a subject and event as important as the 50th Anniversary of the Bond film franchise, at least get some celebrities who remember correctly what happened in the Bond films.

Putting a documentary on video is the same as putting out a newspaper.

You wouldn't publish a newspaper with spelling and grammatical and factual errors, would you?

You would proof read it first.

That's why they have editors for that.

Same as when you produce a documentary!!

Wiki defines Documentary as:

Documentary films constitute a broad category of nonfictional motion pictures intended to document some aspect of reality, primarily for the purposes of instruction or maintaining a historical record.

Having these celebrities come in and say erroneous thing about the Bond film is not properly maintaining and conveying a historical record.

By doing so, they are not only conveying the wrong information;

people who watch the documentary and are new to the Bond films or who are not Bond experts will walk away with the wrong knowledge and information because that's what these idiots celebrities in the documentary told them.

What if they go to the office tomorrow and have a water cooler discussion about the documentary and Moonraker for example and they run into someone who knows?

Then what will happen?

A big argument will ensues in the office.

One person will say they are correct because they just saw it the night before in a documentary on Sky TV;

surely, the documentary couldn't be wrong, would it?

They other person will also say they are correct because they've seen Moonraker a couple of dozen times.

You folks just don't look at the big picture and look ahead!

My argument is valid!

What if they made a documentary about World War 2 and erroneously said that Germany won the war or that Great Britain started the conflict and I pointed the mistake out;

Would you still say I was nitpicking?
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:44 pm

Who cares?
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 8:57 pm

People living in a post-apocalyptic wastelend hundred of years from now (or possibly just in a few minutes) brought about by j7's brain going into meltdown and destroying every known television and DVD player, leading to a society in perpetual conflict over what happened in the MOONRAKER pre-titles.

I can't think of anybody else.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:01 pm

j7wild wrote:

Would you still say I was nitpicking?
Yes. Who gives a flying toss about whether Bond was pushed out by Jaws, or whether he went after the baddie without mentioning Bond was pushed out of a plane by Jaws.

If this kind of level of detail is massively important and significant to you, on a parallel with comparing it to a debate about WWII, then I think its time you needed therapy, or get out of your padded cell a bit more.

As it stands now, you appear nothing less than clinically insane.


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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:04 pm

jet set willy wrote:
As it stands now, you appear nothing less than clinically insane.
I wish this forum had the signature function enabled. Because this would totally be my signature.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:24 pm

I'd advise y'all not to rile up Jay Seven. He's got a stockpile of guns and thought Red Dawn was a realistic tear-jerker.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:45 pm

Don't forget all the love for Alex Jones and InfoWars.
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 9:48 pm

Prisoner Monkeys wrote:
Don't forget all the love for Alex Jones and InfoWars.
No, you're kidding me????
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PostSubject: Re: Sky - Iconic Bond Moments   Sun Feb 24, 2013 10:55 pm

No, I'm not kidding you. j7 eats up whatever Jones says like it's clotted cream. Maybe not the stuff about the US government being run by a cult trying to contact an interdimensional alien race through the use of hallucinogens, but he's definately shared Jones' opinions on the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting being orchestrated by the Obama "regime" to force through gun control laws as part ofa new world order conspiracy.
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