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14th Aug '16 12:23:33 PM Geoduck
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* ''Film/BatmanTheMovie'' had the bowling-ball bomb version with the fuse that never burned down until Batman got rid of it.

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* ''Film/BatmanTheMovie'' had the bowling-ball bomb version with the fuse that never burned down until Batman (finally, after a great deal of effort) got rid of it.
26th Jun '16 6:27:12 AM Hjortron18
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* In ''Film/JohnnyEnglish'', the bomb to kill (almost) all the [=MI7=]-agents is just taped on top Agent One's coffin. Johnny English still misses it.

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* In ''Film/JohnnyEnglish'', the bomb to kill (almost) all the [=MI7=]-agents is just taped on top of Agent One's coffin. Johnny English still misses it.
26th Jun '16 6:25:37 AM Hjortron18
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* In ''Film/JohnnyEnglish'', the bomb to kill (almost) all the MI7-agents ist just taped on top of the coffin of Agend One. Johnny English still misses it.

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* In ''Film/JohnnyEnglish'', the bomb to kill (almost) all the MI7-agents ist [=MI7=]-agents is just taped on top of the coffin of Agend One.Agent One's coffin. Johnny English still misses it.
26th Jun '16 5:50:35 AM Hjortron18
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* In ''Film/JohnnyEnglish'', the bomb to kill (almost) all the MI7-agents ist just taped on top of the coffin of Agend One. Johnny English still misses it.
10th May '16 5:23:46 PM eroock
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* The C4 bomb in ''Film/DieHard'' that the hero discovers on the roof of the building has a red blinking light and an audible beeper.
24th Apr '16 1:41:11 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* In the ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' episode "The Empty Hearse", Sherlock and John find an incredibly obvious bomb which comes complete with flashing digital timer even though it was intended to be remotely detonated.

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* In the ''Series/{{Sherlock}}'' episode "The Empty Hearse", Sherlock and John find an incredibly obvious bomb which comes complete with flashing digital timer even though it was intended to be remotely detonated. [[spoiler: The timer turns out to be a ''safety feature''; the location the bomb is in is itself supposed to be secret, and the bomb can be easily disarmed with a simple off switch.]]
22nd Apr '16 5:59:32 AM JackG
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* ''Film/TheMartian''. Unlike [[Literature/TheMartian in the novel]] where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape, the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and [[BeepingComputers beeps]] after it's plugged into a USB port, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a magnetized limpet mine.

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* ''Film/TheMartian''. Unlike [[Literature/TheMartian in the novel]] where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape, the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and [[BeepingComputers beeps]] after it's plugged into a USB port, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a [[StickyBomb magnetized limpet mine.mine]].
14th Apr '16 8:34:30 AM Prfnoff
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* In Rammstein's video for Ich Will, the "bank robbers" use one of these to blow up the bank and everyone in it in front of a large crowd and TV cameras, in order to become (in)famous. They're later presented a Goldene Kamera award in front of a large crowd at the Bank's remains.

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* In Rammstein's Music/{{Rammstein}}'s video for Ich Will, "Ich Will," the "bank robbers" use one of these to blow up the bank and everyone in it in front of a large crowd and TV cameras, in order to become (in)famous. They're later presented a Goldene Kamera award in front of a large crowd at the Bank's remains.
1st Apr '16 6:13:02 AM JackG
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* ''Film/TheMartian''. Unlike in the novel (where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape) the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and beeps after it's plugged in, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a magnetized limpet mine.

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* ''Film/TheMartian''. Unlike [[Literature/TheMartian in the novel (where novel]] where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape) tape, the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and beeps [[BeepingComputers beeps]] after it's plugged in, into a USB port, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a magnetized limpet mine.
1st Apr '16 6:08:50 AM JackG
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Unlike in the novel (where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape) the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and beeps after it's plugged in, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a magnetized limpet mine.

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* ''Film/TheMartian''. Unlike in the novel (where it's just a glass beaker with a wire going into it, secured by duct tape) the bomb constructed by Vogol flashes and beeps after it's plugged in, and attaches to the airlock door with a ''clunk'' like a magnetized limpet mine.
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