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World is Not Enough, The (007) - Submarine Slip Up
James Bond and Dr Christmas Jones escape from the submarines just before it blows up. Problem is, there hasn't been a submarine with stern torpedo tubes since the German U-Boats of WWII.
They didn't escape from the front ones because the torpedo room was full of water (There is a scene where water forces its way through the tubes)
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Contributed By:
Scolman on 09-19-2000
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Q writes:
Actually all the cars and stuff were made to do exactly what they're supposed to in that scene ie. Car going under water etc.........
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poop writes:
If you haven't noticed a lot of things in bond movies aren't very realistic, such as cars that can go underwater, (older bond) boats driving on land, boats doing barrel rolls, jumping of buildings with very expensive boats etc. and the list goes on.
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Scolman writes:
Well poop, thats true about most of the stuff not being realistic, but it would be interesting to see how James would have got out of the sub considering this whole scene is hopelessly inaccurate. Maybe he got flushed out the sh*t tanks on the sub (Which would have made an interesting ending, but not exactly in traditional James Bond style)
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Steve Crow writes:
The movie vehicles may not be very realistic, but they still identify the specific type of submarine, and don't say that it's been upgraded (by the Russian navy, Q, R, whoever). I'd rank it an error.
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