History YMMV / ForYourEyesOnly

6th May '16 8:52:58 AM moloch
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* LoveItOrHateIt: For most Bond fans, this is either Roger Moore's best film or [[SoOkayItsAverage his dullest]].

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* LoveItOrHateIt: For most Bond fans, this is either Roger Moore's best film (that isn't the nigh-universally beloved ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'', anyway) or [[SoOkayItsAverage his dullest]].
26th Nov '15 1:18:32 PM Quag15
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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]

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*** ** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]
26th Nov '15 1:18:08 PM Quag15
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** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]

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** *** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]
16th Oct '15 8:01:16 AM falcon2484
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** The deaths of Melinda's parents. Not even the music could make this any less sad.

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** The deaths of Melinda's Melina's parents. Not even the music could make this any less sad.
14th Aug '15 11:33:48 PM DrOO7
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Fans have questioned and debated for ''decades'' as to whether or not the vicar is in on Blofeld' s plot to kill Bond.
27th Jun '15 1:31:35 PM allium
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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]

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*** ** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]
27th Jun '15 1:25:54 PM allium
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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward)[[/note]]

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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward)[[/note]]reward for a fellow gangster)[[/note]]
27th Jun '15 1:24:54 PM allium
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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[TheBigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward)[[/note]]

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*** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[TheBigApplesauce [[BigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward)[[/note]]
27th Jun '15 1:23:56 PM allium
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** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on some kind of Mafia-slang.

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** *** It was apparently the film's producer, Albert R Broccoli, who came up with that line, which is supposed to be based on some kind of Mafia-slang.Mafia slang he picked up during his youth in [[TheBigApplesauce New York City]].[[note]](back in the day, a delicatessen with easily-cleanable stainless steel fittings was a top-of-the-line cash cow and status symbol for its owner, and hence a worthy bribe or reward)[[/note]]
26th Jun '15 2:33:15 PM Hawaii_Knut
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* NightmareFuel:
** The poor mook that gets devoured by sharks due to Bond's efforts to avoid drowning (admittedly, the "devoured by sharks" part was unintentional). He dies begging his boss to save him ''as the sharks eat him''.
** The mook that gets injured, but actually survives being shot by Melina. Being hit with a crossbow bolt must the extremely painful and he cries in agony until Milos ''finally'' knocks him out.
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