James Bond goes M.I.A. after a mission results in him being seriously wounded. But 007 is back from the dead when MI6 is attacked and its agents are being exposed around the globe. Bond tracks down the notorious Silva, a former MI6 agent bent on destroying M and anyone else in his path. It’ll be up to Bond to stay one step ahead and use unconventional methods to stop him. While watching 2013’s “Skyfall”, try to spy these movie mistakes!
· M first arrives at Gareth Mallory’s office for a meeting. Mallory pours a drink and places the bottle on the table. The bottle’s label is positioned, facing the left, away from the two of them while they’re talking. But when M stands up and places her glass on the table, the bottle’s label is now facing right, towards them.
· Also during this scene, after M puts her glass down, she picks up her coat off the chair and places it over her arm. Her purse is sitting on the floor next to the chair. She turns and walks out the door. When she’s leaving, there is no purse next to the chair and she was never shown picking it up.
· Bond returns and is in the bunker going through his exercises. He’s talking to Tanner while doing the pull-ups on the bar, when Bond says “…you know what…”, in the front view of him, his left hand is against one bar and his right arm is against the other. It cuts to a back view of him after everyone has left and his right arm isn’t touching the bar, it’s his shoulder that’s pressed against it.
· Caution! May Contain Spoilers! Near the end of the movie, Bond and one of Silva’s henchmen fall through the ice. As they’re fighting, the henchman has his left arm around Bond’s neck. (You’ll notice that Bond has his right hand near the henchman’s hand and 007’s left hand is near the henchman’s shoulder.) Bond lets go of the shoulder and begins to flail and it’s now the henchman’s right arm around his neck.
“Skyfall” (2012) stars Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Albert Finney, Ben Whishaw and Rory Kinnear. It runs 143 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense violent sequences throughout, some sexuality, language and smoking.
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