剧本对白阅读-雷霆杀机 007 A View To A Kill

雷霆杀机 007 A View To A Kill
007 returns from the USSR with a new computer chip; one that is invulnerable to the magnetic pulse of a nuclear explosion. The chip is being manufactured by Zorin Industries, headed up by a sociopathic businessman named Max Zorin who is planning to corner the world microchip market by using explosives to cause an earthquake in the San Andreas fault that will wipe out Silicon Valley – and the millions who live and work there! Bond must face not only Zorin himself, but the equally twisted May Day and Scarpine, another one of Zorin’s henchmen. Assisted by San Francisco City employee Stacy, Bond goes after the would-be computer magnate in a series of frightening confrontations – including fire in the SF City Hall, a wild chase through the city with Stacy at the wheel of a fire department ladder truck, and finally in a hand-to-hand fight atop San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge. 更多介绍…

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1、I thought you’d never get back.
2、There was a heck of a crowd on the piste.
3、So I see.
4、- Mission accomplished? – Best beluga.
5、Vodka – rather shaken – and one microchip.
6、Good. I’ll make a signal to M.
7、Be a good girl, would you, and put her on automatic.
8、And we could do with a couple of glasses.
9、They’re in the overhead rack.
10、Commander Bond…
11、Call me James. It’s five days to Alaska.
12、- Thank goodness you’re here, James. – That’s very nice, Moneypenny.
13、A little over the top for the office?
14、I’ve been trying to reach you all morning. What have you been up to?
15、Rest and recreation, my darling.
16、The trip back from Siberia took a lot out of me.
17、Your dedication when you’re on the job is most commendable, James.
18、Omit the customary pleasantries, Miss Moneypenny. We’re pressed for time.
19、I’ll fill you in later, Moneypenny.
20、- Minister. – Commander.
21、Good morning, sir.
22、A new pet, Q?
23、If, 007, you’d ever bothered to read any memos sent from my department,
24、you would realise this is a prototype of a sophisticated surveillance machine.
25、Now we’re all here you can get on with the briefing, Q.
26、Very good, sir.
27、Gentlemen…
28、A silicon integrated circuit:
29、the essential part of all modern computers.
30、No lecture, Q. We’re all aware of the microchip.
31、Until recently, all microchips were susceptible to damage
32、from the intense magnetic pulse of a nuclear explosion.
33、- Magnetic pulse? – Yes, Minister.
34、One burst in outer space over the UK and everything with a microchip in it,
35、from the modern toaster to sophisticated computers and our defence systems,
36、would be rendered useless.
37、We’d be paralysed – at the Russians’ mercy.
38、That is why a private defence contractor came up with this:
39、a chip totally impervious to magnetic pulse damage.
40、Now – if I place it on the micro-comparator
41、and compare it with the chip Bond recovered
42、from the body of 003 in Siberia…
43、- When I bring the two images together… – They’re identical.
44、The KGB must have a pipeline into that research company.
45、It would appear so.
46、Six months ago that company was acquired by an Anglo-French combine:
47、Zorin Industries.
48、There has been a security check of the plant?
49、A very extensive one. But we have no leads.
50、What about Zorin himself?(更多,甚至整个剧本阅读请点击下面链接。)
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