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Things You Can Do In The Movies,But cant Do In Real Life.

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In a car chase scene,never run out of gas or get a flat.

The cops chase a crook on foot and never get tired or if their running through a field never fall on rocks,holes,or trip on anything.

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But the person being chased always falls at least once.

 

And will always stop. Turn. And look back to make sure they can see the ones chasing them. Why, I don't know. If I'm being chased, I'm running. Period.

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In the movies, you can walk into a crowded nightclub and ALWAYS get a table next to the dance floor.

 

And the waiter is there within SECONDS.

 

In the movies, you can enter a bar that's packed to the rafters and ALWAYS find an empty spot at the bar.

 

In the movies, you can drink more whiskey than humanly possible, and only manage to get "tipsy".

 

Sepiatone

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In any James Bond film your beaten,tortured,or drugged and when you escape your always ready to take on the world.(What makes MR Bond go?)

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ERROL23 wrote:

<< (What makes MR Bond go?) >>

 

Mr Fleming's ego? (plus he always get the girls.)

 

The mini series "Ian Fleming: The Man Who Would Be Bond" will get into the mind of Mr Fleming. A twist to this thread title *Things Bond Can Do But Ian Can't Do In Real Life.*

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/jamesbond/10609649/Ian-Fleming-the-man-who-would-be-Bond.html

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In the movies, you can reach into your pocket and always pull out the EXACT amount of money you need.

 

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Of course actors never stutter unless the character is supposed to. They just yell cut and try it again.

 

Yet, that same actor on a talk show will stammer , stutter and just can't come up with a word unless its printed on a script for them to read.

 

And don't you just love when James Bond slips out of a wet suit and is wearing a perfect slacks and white dinner jacket, no wrinkles anywhere.

 

Or if you're Cary Grant, someone will always go to the store and get you all the clothes you need. Even if they are expensive tailor made things.

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I always liked it when escaped convicts always steal clothes off a clothesline that are JUST the right size!

 

Sepiatone

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Having a secret agent make love to many women though out the world and no one later says, congratulations, you're a father.

 

I am Bond, little Bond.

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Sepiatone wrote:

>I always liked it when escaped convicts always steal clothes off a clothesline that are JUST the right size!

 

I'll go you one better. When secret agents, special forces, who ever, conk some enemy soldiers, to get their uniforms, they always fit, even if the guy conked was obviously the wrong size.

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In that vein, you can add the one where when a soldier SHOOTS an enemy then trades uniforms, there's neither bullet hole OR blood on the uniform he exchanged. Seen that in several old war movies and TV shows.

 

Sepiatone

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Can anyone survive having those many bullet holes shot into them as Al Pacino received in Scarface (1983)?. One might be numb to pain by drugs but what about the blood loss?

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ValentineXavier wrote:

<< First she hates you, then she falls in love with you. >>

 

Around here that's a nomal marriage.wink.gif

 

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Referring to "Bladerunner" (1982), have a crosswalk pole installed with an annoying, irritating computer voice saying loudly, Don't walk, don't walk...walk now, walk now... along with sound effects.

 

In real life it will have a VERY short life.

 

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>WHY is the guy on that one sign UPSIDE DOWN?

 

That sign means "No Somersaulting on Sidewalk". Some cities don't allow it.

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> You are viewing the pole from the top. The company "Arrow" is living up to their slogan

 

 

Oh. The photo gives the impression that the BUS had run over the sign. That black object at the bottom of the photo looks as if the signpost was attatched to IT. THAT'S what gave me that impression.

 

Sepiatone

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Get the living crap beat out of you and turn up for work or whatever the next day.

Get caught by the Mummy who moves at 3 miles an hour.

Never miss with a tossed pie.

Not touch Marlyn Monroe in the Seven Year Itch.

Oh God the list goes on and on !

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