poniedziałek, 2 stycznia 2017

Nobody Can It Better By Phil Edwards

So, it's late autumn 1977, it's a Saturday night, also to a 7-year-old, the possibility of staying up late is always welcome. My parents gave me the background about Bond being a British Spy who, to quote my dad, was "sort of like John Steed"...powerful words to a 7-year-old Avengers fan! The playground buzz was all concerning the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, and also the dwarf inside the sidecar. My parents gave me the back about Bond being a British Spy who, to quote my dad, was "sort of like John Steed"...powerful words to a 7-year-old Avengers fan! The playground buzz was all in regards to the underwater car, the steel-toothed giant, and also the dwarf in the sidecar.

The movie continued into what I became familiar with as trademark climatic conclusion involving Bond storming the billionaire nutcase's lair, rescuing the girl, defeating the steel-toothed giant, liberating stolen nuclear submarines and averting global disaster. The entire audience was enthralled. Be sure to test out this one for some good times.



"I Can't Shake This Feeling" is really a great happy club track with impecable production continuing the renewal of house music with 80's style electro vibes - incorporating bold synthesized stabs and drum sounds and many types of round streamlined, polished and synthetic sonic aesthetic. It was heaving. Suddenly a small square of material seemed to appear from Bond's back-pack, being followed through the sudden but somehow graceful unfolding of your parachute...and not only any parachute...a parachute depicting the majesty of the British Union Jack flag! There was nothing more than a moment of silence, both on-screen and off, because the audience processed, I guess, what their eyes were telling them, before a full-orchestra kicked-in, emphasising the drama of the spectacle, and all but drowned-out by a spontaneous round of applause from the audience. As I left the cinema, town was buzzing with Saturday night atmosphere. totallybond.

"At first tasto I was like, "Cmon, another slow motion video? And even more, a slow motion video of girls and food. This was exciting. The man turns sharply and fires a gun straight at us. Be sure to test out this one for some good times.

And so it began the homicidal billionaire nutcase playing classical music whilst feeding treacherous employees to sharks, and remotely detonating accomplices' bomb-laden helicopters. But it also tells a humourous narrative of the father seeing his daughter portrayed in one of these videos because he sets out to rescue her from iniquity. But additionally, it tells a humourous narrative of a father seeing his daughter portrayed in one of these videos as he sets out to rescue her from iniquity. But additionally, it tells a humourous narrative of your father seeing his daughter portrayed in certainly one of these videos while he sets out to rescue her from iniquity. Bond and I would next meet, but what I did know was...nobody can it better! .

The movie continued into what I became acquainted with as trademark climatic conclusion involving Bond storming the billionaire nutcase's lair, rescuing the girl, defeating the steel-toothed giant, liberating stolen nuclear submarines and averting global disaster. The shot panned wide, Bond was heading straight towards the edge of a cliff, at some speed! The black-suited ne'er-do-wells had made a determination to quit as the going was good, only pausing to loose-off a number of inconsequential token gunshots. A moving spotlight travelled across the screen, replaced through the inner rim of a gun-barrel following an immaculately dressed man back towards the centre. Suddenly frogmen appear with mini-submarines and harpoon guns. And I'd considered staying home and watching Starsky & Hutch? A profound effect on this particular 7-year-old's life had occurred, and there was a extremely important factor I couldn't be more certain of...this guy was nothing can beat John Steed! .

Phil http://www. There has been thematic comparisons using the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there is an existing tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There has been thematic comparisons with the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there is a recognised tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. There may be thematic comparisons with all the video for Simian Mobile Disco's "Hustler" which also features attractive girls, but from Benny Benassi's "Satisfaction" to Eric Prydez "Call On Me" I think you can safely state that within the genre there is an existing tradition of combining gorgeous girls with somewhat bizarre and abstract items and contexts. totallybond.

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