I watched LALD again last night. It's been maybe 2-3 years since I saw it last. I try not to watch the same film too often, in order to keep it fresh. Anyway, I had remembered Rog being interrupted when trying to deliver the "My name is Bond, James Bond" line ("Names is for tombstones, baby"), but was rather surprised that he actually managed to say the line in full a couple of minutes earlier. I had always thought that the interruption was due to the filmmakers trying to downplay many of the familiar Bond elements like tuxedos and martinis to make it easier for the audience to forget Sean (again).
Has anyone else had these moments when your memory of a Bond film differs from the reality?
I want to see Idris Elba play Bond just so he can drive through central London in an Aston
"Bond, someone appears to be shooting at us"
"Yes, that'd be the Met" - Frankie Boyle