Spending afternoon at the cube farm? This’ll get a chuckle…


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | July 6, 2011      

Bond film “Spy Who Loved Me” is just so classic. I watch it every few years. The skiing chase sequence is famous, and sometimes aspired to. I’ll say no more. Comments?


The original begins with the Bond babe he’s just spent quality time with saying “James, I need you.” “So does England,” he replies, then skis off for the big chase.

Too bad the vid doesn’t spoof that start with something like a groupie crying “Boys, I need you.” To which the band guitarist replies, “So does my drummer,” then cuts out a huge riff.

Original clip from Bond film can be viewed here.



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5 Responses to “Spending afternoon at the cube farm? This’ll get a chuckle…”

  1. Neil July 6th, 2011 9:19 pm

    Wow. Thank you for posting this on your blog. I directed this video a while back with the UVU cinematography club.

    I really liked your idea for the beginning as well, hindsight I guess.

    Thanks again for posting this.

    Neil Hiatt

  2. Mark W July 8th, 2011 9:21 pm

    Is this the Bond film with the guy skiing leather boots and losing a ski but continuing on down amazingly?

  3. Colin July 9th, 2011 3:33 am

    Lou,

    You’ve seen this MSP segment, right?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OF_9ehILcg

  4. Lou July 9th, 2011 7:21 am

    Colin, yeah I remember getting a good laugh out of the MSP version… but probably should have provided the link so thanks for doing so.

  5. Mike July 16th, 2011 1:27 am

    The MSP version seems to be a spoof of the spoof starring Shaun White from “City. Park City” (a Park City only snowboard film). Spoof inception…

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