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* At one point during the credits, a woman's mouth opens a gun comes out. It's a disturbing images already, even moreso if you consider the likely sexual symbolism behind it.

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* At one point during the credits, a woman's mouth opens and a gun comes out. out and fires several shots. It's a disturbing images image already, even moreso if you consider the likely sexual symbolism behind it.


** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ourumov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where the fuck Trevelyan found Xenia and what's wrong with her.

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** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya Severnaya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ourumov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where the fuck Trevelyan found Xenia and what's wrong with her.

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* At one point during the credits, a woman's mouth opens a gun comes out. It's a disturbing images already, even moreso if you consider the likely sexual symbolism behind it.


** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ourumov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where Trevelyan found Xenia.

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** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ourumov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where the fuck Trevelyan found Xenia.Xenia and what's wrong with her.


** Let's talk about Trevelyan's near immortality, and his actual death-scene. Despite being played by Sean Bean, who is legally obligated to die in every film, Trevelyan takes a damn long time to actually kick the bucket. First he gets shot in the head, which was a faked death but we don't know that until he appears again in a graveyard like a ghoul, appearing admits tombstones and fog to haunt Bond for his apparent failure. That alone is creepy enough.

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** Let's talk about Trevelyan's near immortality, and his actual death-scene. Despite being played by Sean Bean, Creator/SeanBean, who is legally obligated to die in every film, Trevelyan takes a damn long time to actually kick the bucket. First he gets shot in the head, which was a faked death but we don't know that until he appears again in a graveyard like a ghoul, appearing admits tombstones and fog to haunt Bond for his apparent failure. That alone is creepy enough.




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* The frightening speed at which the treacherous General Ourumov pulls off a BoomHeadShot on both Mishkin and his guard when his cover has just been blown. Both men are dead in a fraction of a ''second''.
** Just Ourumov in general. He may be answering to Janus, but he more than holds up by himself as a formidable adversary to Bond, with Russia's entire military at his disposal as he sees fit to use them. It's the power he enjoys even as he has betrayed his own country that makes him so frightening.


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** One of the pilots is shown beating on the canopy from the inside of his plane as it crashes into the satellite dish.

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** One of the pilots is shown beating on the canopy from the inside of his plane as it crashes into the satellite dish.dish.

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** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ouromov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where Trevelyan found Xenia.

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** The murder of the technicians in the Severanya bunker, but particularly Xenia's... ''[[CombatSadomasochist moaning]]'' while she's shooting. Even Ouromov Ourumov is freaked out by her reaction, like he's asking where Trevelyan found Xenia.

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** Let's talk about Trevelyan's near immortality, and his actual death-scene. Despite being played by Sean Bean, who is legally obligated to die in every film, Trevelyan takes a damn long time to actually kick the bucket. First he gets shot in the head, which was a faked death but we don't know that until he appears again in a graveyard like a ghoul, appearing admits tombstones and fog to haunt Bond for his apparent failure. That alone is creepy enough.
** But then in the finale during his fight with Bond on the satellite rig, he tumbles to what appears to be another death, landing with a crash on the ground and visibly breaking his leg (bonus points for being gross about it too), but he's STILL not dead. He only dies when the satellite rig collapses and flattens him, but even then you can see a thin needle-like spire entering his chest first. To sum up: he not only fell and broke his bones, he then got stabbed in the chest mere seconds before being crushed under tons and tons of steel and iron. And with Trevelyan's track record so far, let's just assume he survived even THAT.


* There's also the scene following the detonation of the first satellite and the incoming Russian Air Force; we're treated to close-ups of the pilots seemingly being electrocuted and screaming with terror as their jets go out of control, quickly followed by Natalya's harrowing near-death experience in the bunker, capped off with the satellite frame nearly crushing her to death.

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* There's also the scene following the detonation of the first satellite and the incoming Russian Air Force; we're treated to close-ups of the pilots seemingly being electrocuted and screaming with terror as their jets go out of control, quickly followed by Natalya's harrowing near-death experience in the bunker, capped off with the satellite frame nearly crushing her to death.death.
**One of the pilots is shown beating on the canopy from the inside of his plane as it crashes into the satellite dish.


** The final fight Bond has with Xenia can hardly be called that, as she easily overpowers Bond, and then puts him between her legs to kill him... and begins creepily grunting and making the creepiest faces ''ever''. Bond only wins by using her gun to kill the helicopter pilot, causing her to be strangled as the plane crashes.

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** The final fight Bond has with Xenia can hardly be called that, as she easily overpowers Bond, and then [[MurderousThighs puts him between her legs to kill him... him]]... and begins creepily grunting and making the [[NightmareFace creepiest faces faces]] ''ever''. Bond only wins by using her gun to kill the helicopter pilot, causing her to be strangled as the plane crashes.


* Xenia Onatopp qualifies for a number of instances across the film; as much as she's a FetishFuelStationAttendant for a number of fans, she should easily lean more toward NightmareFuelStationAttendant;

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* Xenia Onatopp qualifies for a number of instances across the film; as much as she's a FetishFuelStationAttendant fetish for a number of fans, she should easily lean more toward NightmareFuelStationAttendant;being a nightmare kind;


** Though for some, due to Boris' entertainingly hammy character his scream could qualify at a humorous VillainousBreakdown

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** Though for some, due to Boris' entertainingly hammy character his scream could qualify at as a humorous VillainousBreakdown

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** Though for some, due to Boris' entertainingly hammy character his scream could qualify at a humorous VillainousBreakdown

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