Hello architecture lovers! The movie opens with Bond visiting a bank opposite which building?
|The Museo Guggenheim Bilbao|
|The Museo Prado in Madrid|
|The Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres|
|La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona|
'Would you like to check my figures?'
|'I'm sure they're perfectly well rounded.'|
|'I'm sure they're perfectly balanced.'|
|'I'm sure they add up nicely.'|
|'I bet you shag like a mink.'|
What does Bond give to Moneypenny as a souvenir?
|An engagement ring|
|He lets her cop a feel|
There's an explosion at MI6, M's friend Sir Robert King is killed and Bond pursues a girl who tries to shoot him in a boat. What boat?
|The Queen's Royal Yacht|
|Q's fishing boat|
|M's personal submersible|
|Sir Richard Branson's speedboat â€“ he just happened to be passing by|
What does Bond do while the boat is submerged to go under the bridge?
|Checks his watch|
|Makes reservations for dinner|
|Straightens his tie|
|Smooths down his hair|
The chase proceeds from boat to balloon, which explodes leaving Bond to plummet onto the roof of the Millennium Dome. What injury does he suffer?
|Torn shoulder ligaments|
|Dislocated collar bone|
Who performs the title song for 'The World is Not Enough'?
MI6 doctor Molly Warmflash clears Bond for active duty in spite of his injury. What does she note in his report?
|His exceptional stamina|
|His astonishing speed|
|His surprising limberness|
|His extraordinary aerobic ability|
The World Is Not Enough is Desmond Llewellyn's last appearance as Q. What is Q's final piece of advice for Bond?
|Never let them see you bleed|
|Always have an escape plan|
|Try not to break the equipment this time|
|Always use a condom|
All Bond villains are different from other men. What makes Victor Zokas, aka Renard, different?
|He has a bullet in his brain that is slowly killing off his senses|
|He has a robotic arm that can crush, say, a gun barrel|
|He has a heart 30% larger than average, giving him great stamina and endurance|
|He can assemble any piece of furniture sold in IKEA|
Assigned to protect King's daughter Elektra, who had previously been kidnapped by Renard, Bond goes skiing with her only to be attacked by henchmen on parahawks. Where did the henchmen get the parahawks?
|They made the parahawks themselves by attaching parachutes to snowmobiles|
|Borrowed them from Russian special forces|
|Stole them from a local parahawk dealership|
|Bought them. Just because they're henchmen doesn't mean everything they do is illegal|
What gadget of Q's does Bond break out at the casino?
|Mini spy camera|
|Invisible dog leash|
Mr Bullion is called Mr Bullion because...
|of his gold rings|
|of his gold necklaces|
|of his gold gun|
|of his gold teeth|
'What do you do to survive?'
|'I never get emotionally involved.'|
|'Regular exercise... in bed.'|
|'I kill everyone who tries to kill me.'|
|'I take pleasure in great beauty.'|
Bond casting at its finest, Denise Richards plays Dr. Christmas Jones. What is Dr. Jones' profession?
|Germ warfare specialist|
Ex-KGB agent Vladimir Zhukovsky from Goldeneye makes a reappearance in the movie. What post-communist enterprise is he not explicitly involved in?
|Underground combat league|
'Q's not going to like this.' What has just happened?
|Bond has lost his wristwatch|
|Bond's BMW has been sawn in half|
|Bond has posted compromising photos of Q on the internet|
|Bond has been served the '65 Dom Perignon, not the '63|
It turns out Elektra is the villain - she was kidnapped by Renard, but turned him in a reverse Stockholm syndrome. What did Elektra do to make her 'escape' from the kidnapping seem more convincing?
|shot four of Renard's men|
|shot herself in the shoulder|
|cut off her right earlobe|
|ripped off the top three buttons from her dress. Who's going to ask questions after that?|
Elektra captures Bond and puts him in a torture chair that will break his neck. Who comes and rescues him?
Elektra's evil plan to gain a monopoly of Caucasian oil relies on the nuclear destruction of which city?
How does Elektra die?
|Bond shoots her, because he's the hero and she's the villain, duh|
|M shoots her, because Bond’s the hero and the male hero can’t kill the female villain in a movie|
|Zhukovsky shoots her, because Bond is busy fighting Renard and rescuing Christmas Jones|
|Renard shoots her, because he finds out she was playing him for a fool all along|
The film's climax takes place aboard a...
And how does Bond kill Renard ?
|By choking him|
|By drowning him in the torpedo tube|
|By locking him in the torpedo tube and then firing a live torpedo|
|By using a pressurised hose to deliver a plutonium rod through his chest|
What are the last words spoken in the movie?
|'Isn't it time you unwrapped your present?'|
|'I've got something for you inside this stocking.'|
|'I thought Christmas only comes once a year.'|
|'What would Christmas be without the turkey?'|
Bonus Question: 'The World is not Enough' doesn't get its title from a book by Ian Fleming. Where does it come from?
|It's the title of a Bond book not written by Fleming|
|It's the Bond family motto|
|It is a phrase from one of Fleming's poems|
|None. It just sounds Bond-y|