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*** It would have made for a very, very short Bond film.

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*** It would have made for a very, very short Bond [[PlotArmor Bond]] film.

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** In the pre-credits chase, why did the Russian agents waste the time and manpower to chase Bond down the slopes, instead of having a sniper calmly pick off Bond in his **very obvious** bright yellow and red ski suit?
*** It would have made for a very, very short Bond film.


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**** It also prevents the crew from feeling guilty about hitting a specific target, since they don't even know where they're firing.


*** Reading something in a file two years earlier is not the same as living it in the here and now. Besides, the car had been taking ''machine gun fire'', there was no way to know for sure it wasn't already compromised.

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*** Reading something in a file two years earlier is not the same as living it in the here and now. Besides, the car had been taking ''machine gun fire'', there was no way to know for sure it wasn't already compromised.compromised.

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** James Bond deployed two nuclear warheads in the Atlantic Ocean, causing who knows what kind of ecological damage and possibly made travel by sea far more difficult for years to come.

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*** Reading something in a file two years earlier is not the same as living it in the here and now. Besides, the car had been taking ''machine gun fire'', there was no way to know for sure it wasn't already compromised.


* FridgeLogic: So the submariners Stromberg hired were too stupid to realize they were aiming their missiles at a (not so) random stretch of ocean?
** TruthInTelevision: Submarine-launched [=ICBMs=] deliberately use a nonstandard and arbitrary coordinate system for the exact purpose of making sure the submariners ''don't'' know where the hell the missiles are going. It helps prevent the possibility of, shall we say, submarines going into business for themselves.
** Here's another Fridge moment: if Anya had stolen the plans for the car and knew of its underwater features, why was she so concerned when the car went off the pier? She knew they were in no danger.

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So the submariners Stromberg hired were too stupid to realize they were aiming their missiles at a (not so) random stretch of ocean?
** *** TruthInTelevision: Submarine-launched [=ICBMs=] deliberately use a nonstandard and arbitrary coordinate system for the exact purpose of making sure the submariners ''don't'' know where the hell the missiles are going. It helps prevent the possibility of, shall we say, submarines going into business for themselves.
** Here's another Fridge moment: if If Anya had stolen the plans for the car and knew of its underwater features, why was she so concerned when the car went off the pier? She knew they were in no danger.

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