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Highly Classified: The World of 007 (1998)

His world is full of glamour, mystery and intrigue and now you get to be a part of it! Let gadget wizard Q (Desmond Llewelyn) be your guide to the ubiquitous lifestyle and thrilling ... See full summary »

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His world is full of glamour, mystery and intrigue and now you get to be a part of it! Let gadget wizard Q (Desmond Llewelyn) be your guide to the ubiquitous lifestyle and thrilling adventures of the world's most notorious secret agent. The undercover team will take you behind-the-scenes as they infiltrate the highly classified worlds of the man everyone knows as Bond -- James Bond. Hosted by Desmond Llewelyn who plays Secret Service gadget master Q. Boasts rare behind-the-scenes footage of spectacular stunts and explosive action sequences. Reveals the special effects magic behind the remotely-driven BMW, the rooftop motorcycle chase and death-defying skysrcaper jump. Interviews with Tomorrow Never Dies' director Roger Spottiswoode and stars Pierce Brosnan, Jonathan Pryce, Michelle Yeoh, Teri Hatcher and Judi Dench. Written by Robert Lynch <docrlynch@yahoo.com>

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"The distance between genius and insanity . . . "
8 October 2014 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

" . . . is measured only by success," according to Jonathan Pryce as media megalomaniac Elliott Carver in one of many clips featured during this TOMORROW NEVER DIES extra. To put that in layman's terms, Vincent Van Gogh died nutty as a fruit cake, since he had never sold one of his paintings while he was among the living. However, years later Vinnie posthumously became smarter than Einstein, as Japanese buyers began to snap up his color-splashed canvases for $50 and $100 million a pop. Similarly, when TOMORROW crew members are quoted here in HIGHLY CLASSIFIED saying things such as "We were allowed to hire the 20 nicest looking elite models from the extras agency and dress them," such hubris would be certifiably insane if TOMORROW tanked at the box office. After all, what could be more of an oxymoron than the phrase "elite extras"? Could the Tigers' downfall in 2014 be blamed on the pernicious manipulation of "pictures in the cloud" by a Bond-like Femme Fatale Bad Girl by the named Kate Upton, a.k.a., an "elite extra"? Watch HIGHLY CLASSIFIED to learn more about the Upton/Van Gogh connection.


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