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Skydiving Storyboards (2006)

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Storyboards of the opening aerial sequence from the James Bond movie "Moonraker".

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Storyboards of the opening aerial sequence from the James Bond movie "Moonraker".

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78 images in 81 seconds . . .
3 July 2014 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

. . . all set to dramatic music! Will this be the best minute and a half of anyone's day? Hopefully not. But this movie art montage is professionally done, with the music even shifting to a circus motif for the surprisingly true-to-life image of "Jaws" (portrayed by actor Richard Kiel) as he plunges through the canvas of the Big Top at the end of this sequence. In order to emphasize the storyboard artists' work, images are blown up for your TV screens here, truncating the left and right ends of the rather wordy sentences shown to be under each of the pictures. (This panning in may upset those inclined to use the stop motion function of their remotes to dwell on each cartoon panel, and perhaps write down the accompanying information designed to help translate the two-dimensional rendition into a finished 3D film snippet, but since I'm not the obsessive\compulsive type of fan who would do something like this, it's no skin off my nose!).

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