James Bond must find the cunning Renard who seems intent on destroying the King Pipeline along with members of the King family. But Bond discovers a more sinister plot with an unexpected enemy that may also put M in danger. While Bond tries to survive this latest mission, here are a few movie mistakes to look for.
∑ At the beginning of the movie, James Bond is in the bank office. Bond grabs the banker. In the front view of the banker (left side view of 007), the gun that Bond is holding is touching the bankerís neck. It cuts to a front view of Bond and the gun is a few inches away from the banker and not touching him.
∑ After Robert King has left the office, M is talking to Bond. James places the glass of Scotch on Mís desk. In the side view, the glass is a few inches away from the report on her desk. But in the next overhead view, the glass is sitting right beside it.
∑ Bond is chasing the Cigar Girl in a speedboat after the assassination of Robert King. During the chase, there is a roof over the driverís seat of Bondís boat. But when 007 jumps out to get aboard the hot air balloon, the roof is suddenly missing.
∑ A hologram of Renardís brain is being shown. During the discussion, Dr. Warmflash explains the bullet is traveling through Renardís medulla oblongata which is killing off his senses. But in the hologram, the bulletís trajectory is seen in the Cerebrum. While the Cerebrum does regulate some of the senses, the medulla oblongata is located at the base of the brain, near the spinal cord and regulates breathing and heartbeat.
∑ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Elektra King has kidnapped M. Renard arrives and is talking to her. During the conversation, there is a kerchief/wrap over Mís left shoulder. But as soon as Renard leaves, M turns and the kerchief/wrap is gone.
∑ CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Elektra King has Bond strapped to the ancient torture device. The left collar of Bondís shirt is ruffled in the neck strap at first and is still that way when Elektra starts turning the wheel. But the left collar is done after that.
ďThe World is Not EnoughĒ (1999) stars Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle, Judi Dench, Robbie Coltrane, Denise Richards, Desmond Llewelyn and John Cleese. It runs 128 minutes and is rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action violence, some sexuality and innuendo.
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