History WebVideo / DiamondsCut

6th Sep '15 6:21:13 PM sonikkuruzu
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* LawofInverseRecoil: Seems to be present, although guns are fired too rarely to be really sure. One could consider the arms’ dealer missing Bond with his pistol at point-blank range as either an aversion of this or plain [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy]] at work.
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* LawofInverseRecoil: LawOfInverseRecoil: Seems to be present, although guns are fired too rarely to be really sure. One could consider the arms’ dealer missing Bond with his pistol at point-blank range as either an aversion of this or plain [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy]] ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy at work.
4th Apr '14 7:12:33 AM erforce
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''Diamond’s Cut'' is a [[Main/JamesBond James Bond]] [[FanFilm fan film]], made in Australia in late 2011. The plot of an hour-long film has the 007 going to the Land Down Under to solve the mystery besides the recent assassination of M. The film features cast mostly in their late teens, even for the role of Q,(unintentionally preceding the canonical young Q in Skyfall.), budget seemingly measured in single digits and intentional SoBadItsGood quality invoked in order compensate. It can be watched [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYIjZ78JTs here]].
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''Diamond’s Cut'' is a [[Main/JamesBond James Bond]] ''Film/JamesBond'' [[FanFilm fan film]], made in Australia in late 2011. The plot of an hour-long film has the 007 going to the Land Down Under to solve the mystery besides the recent assassination of M. The film features cast mostly in their late teens, even for the role of Q,(unintentionally preceding the canonical young Q in Skyfall.), budget seemingly measured in single digits and intentional SoBadItsGood quality invoked in order compensate. It can be watched [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYIjZ78JTs here]].
3rd Mar '14 1:10:11 AM NTC3
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Some clean-up & expansion.
** Expanded upon in the sequel, where it's revealed that [[spoiler: the first BigBad was just a pawn of new M, who arranged the assassination to get the job himself.]]
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** Expanded Justified and expanded upon in the sequel, where it's revealed that [[spoiler: the first BigBad was just a pawn of new M, who arranged the assassination to get the top job himself.]]

** Expanded upon * NonIndicativeTitle: As one comment on YoutTube points out, the whole film has nothing to do with diamonds. This was fixed in the sequel, where it's revealed that [[spoiler: the first BigBad was just a pawn of new M, who arranged the assassination to get the job himself.]]sequel: see TitleDrop below.

** Expanded upon in the sequel, where it's revealed that * BatterUp: TheDragon to [[spoiler: new M]] and the first BigBad was just a pawn leader of new M, who arranged the assassination his mooks gets a bat as he's preparing to get the job himself.]]interrogate Bond

* CoolShades: One of the unnamed villains sports them.

* CoolShades: One of JackBauerInterrogationTechnique: Averted when the unnamed villains sports them.new M interrogated the two mooks captured by Bond. Instead of torturing them, he simply shoots one dead to let the other know that he's serious.

* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In one fight scene, a villain overpowers him and begins choking the life out of him, and would have succeeded if it wasn’t for his back-up arriving in another car. The sound of its approach distracted him and allowed him to break free.
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In one fight scene, a villain tough [[SinisterShades shades-wearing villain]] overpowers him Bond and begins choking the life out of him, and him. He would have succeeded if it wasn’t for his back-up arriving in another car. The sound of its the approach distracted him and allowed him Bond to break free.

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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In one SinisterShades: One of the tough unnamed villains sports them. True to form, he manages to get the edge on Bond in a fight scene, a villain overpowers him and begins choking the life out of him, and would have succeeded if it wasn’t scene for his back-up arriving in another car. The sound of its approach distracted him and allowed him to break free.a while.
8th Feb '14 5:21:22 PM NordRonnoc
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* JustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted to swear at their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns and have numerous opportunities to use them, yet ignore them to stretch out the fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon Bond villain, the antagonist of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead of just shooting him.

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* WhyDontYaJustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted to swear at their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns and have numerous opportunities to use them, yet ignore them to stretch out the fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon Bond villain, the antagonist of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead of just shooting him.
7th Feb '14 11:31:22 PM NTC3
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Liam Vaughan is about to shoot you.]]
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[[caption-width-right:300: [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Liam Vaughan is about to shoot you.]] ]]]]
7th Feb '14 11:30:40 PM NTC3
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Added image and the sequel's tropes.
[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dcpol_3828.jpg]] [[caption-width-right:300: [[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Liam Vaughan is about to shoot you.]]

In late 2012, a sequel, called ''Property of a Lady'', was released. Unlike the traditional Bond films, it directly draws upon the story of the first, and has the director himself act as the new M. It also has better directed action scenes and budget sufficiently increased to afford proper cars for the chase scenes. The link is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBXuC56Xh6I here]]

!!This film features the following tropes:
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!!This film !!Diamond's Cut features the following tropes:

!!This film features the following tropes: * DrowningMySorrows: Done soon after M's assassination as Bond is grieving his death.

!!This film features ** Expanded upon in the following tropes: sequel, where it's revealed that [[spoiler: the first BigBad was just a pawn of new M, who arranged the assassination to get the job himself.]]

!!This film features * JustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted to swear at their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns and have numerous opportunities to use them, yet ignore them to stretch out the following tropes: fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon Bond villain, the antagonist of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead of just shooting him.

* JustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted to swear at their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns and have numerous opportunities to use them, yet ignore them to stretch out the fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon Bond villain, the antagonist of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead of just shooting him. * LetsSplitUpGang: The main villain [[TooDumbToLive inexplicably does this]] with his henchmen twice, even though all of them carry guns and [[FridgeLogic would have easily been able to gun down Bond]] as he first appears at point-blank range.
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* JustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted to swear at their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns and have numerous opportunities to use them, yet ignore them to stretch out the fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon Bond villain, the antagonist of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead of just shooting him. * LetsSplitUpGang: The main villain [[TooDumbToLive inexplicably does this]] with his henchmen twice, even though all of them carry guns and [[FridgeLogic would have easily been able to gun down Bond]] as he first appears at point-blank range.

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---- !!Property of a Lady features the following tropes: * JustShootHim: The viewer might be tempted ActionizedSequel: This film has a somewhat greater proportion of action scenes then Diamond's Cut. More importantly, those scenes have all improved relative to swear at the original. * ArmorPiercingQuestion: When M gives his lecture about their screen as in most engagements both parties will carry guns duty to the crown, he says that they eventually become property of the lady and have numerous opportunities stay that way unless they get stolen. Bond takes this time to use ask: “Sir, were you stolen?” * TheBadGuyWins: The film ends with [[spoiler: Bond captured, his girlfriend shot and in hospital and new M turning traitor without anyone aware of it]]. Of course, this would no longer be the case if a Threequel is produced. * CarChase: Two of them, yet ignore them to stretch out the fight and pad out the running time. ** And like any canon one where Bond villain, uses a stolen car, and another where he follows on a motorcycle. For real-world reasons, both occur well within the antagonist speed limit. * CoolShades: One of this piece will also leave 007 alone instead the unnamed villains sports them. * DistaffCounterpart: Bond’s primary motivation in the first film had been revenge for M’s death. Here, he’s ambushed by the mistress of just shooting him. * LetsSplitUpGang: The main the villain [[TooDumbToLive inexplicably does this]] he killed in the first film for no reason other than revenge. * EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: Bond is ambushed at night by the partner of the villain he killed in the first film. There’s even a video confession of her crying and wanting to avenge his death. * {{Flashback}}: One occurs in the middle of the film as Bond is left alone and remembers the old M before he was killed. * ForgottenFallenFriend: Averted with M: after his henchmen twice, even though all of them carry guns death, Bond grieves for him and [[FridgeLogic considers his mission to be that of revenge. This isn’t forgotten in the second film, either. * JustAFleshWound: One of the minor villains is shot in the leg, and not only doesn’t bleed out, but manages to walk about 15 min. later in the film. * NiceJobFixingItVillain: In one fight scene, a villain overpowers him and begins choking the life out of him, and would have easily been able succeeded if it wasn’t for his back-up arriving in another car. The sound of its approach distracted him and allowed him to gun down Bond]] break free. * RealityEnsues: The two car chases both occur within the speed limit. ** Bond has the smarts to call an ambulance when he finds his girlfriend severely wounded. * StuffedIntoTheFridge: Happens to Bond’s girlfriend as he she is specifically targeted to have an effect on Bon. However, Bond is wise enough to call an ambulance and it’s implied she survives. * TemptingFate: One of the captured mooks refuses to talk, saying that they will be released from prison in a few years’ time on minor charges, and so have no reason to cooperate. Cue M deciding things require a more radical approach. * TitleDrop: This line by the new M: “When we give it all to the service, we become property of the lady.” * YouCantThwartStageOne: Subverted, since it's technically stage 2 for [[spoiler: new M, who has used assassination in the first appears at point-blank range.film to get the job himself.]]
7th Dec '13 7:36:23 PM skbc1p4res
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This film features the following tropes:
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This !!This film features the following tropes:

* SpecialEffectsFailure: The “destruction” of Munich terrorist facility seems to intentionally go for the Camp factor with what seems like a really bad photoshop. Absolutely nothing collapses and the only signs of destruction are little tongues of flame with thin tendrils of smoke at the forefront.
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* SpecialEffectsFailure: The “destruction” of Munich terrorist facility seems to intentionally go for the Camp factor with what seems like a really bad photoshop. Absolutely nothing collapses and the only signs of destruction are little tongues of flame with thin tendrils of smoke at the forefront.----
16th Aug '13 5:13:31 PM Rethkir
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Diamond’s Cut is a [[Main/JamesBond James Bond]] [[FanFilm fan film]], made in Australia in late 2011. The plot of an hour-long film has the 007 going to the Land Down Under to solve the mystery besides the recent assassination of M. The film features cast mostly in their late teens, even for the role of Q,(unintentionally preceding the canonical young Q in Skyfall.), budget seemingly measured in single digits and intentional SoBadItsGood quality invoked in order compensate. It can be watched [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYIjZ78JTs here]].
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Diamond’s Cut ''Diamond’s Cut'' is a [[Main/JamesBond James Bond]] [[FanFilm fan film]], made in Australia in late 2011. The plot of an hour-long film has the 007 going to the Land Down Under to solve the mystery besides the recent assassination of M. The film features cast mostly in their late teens, even for the role of Q,(unintentionally preceding the canonical young Q in Skyfall.), budget seemingly measured in single digits and intentional SoBadItsGood quality invoked in order compensate. It can be watched [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYIjZ78JTs here]].
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