Corrected entry: LTK has never been officially released in its original cut because it was too violent and the producers wanted to avoid an R rating. Only the Dutch Laser Disc contains the complete uncut scenes which are: 1.Felix Leitner falls into the shark pool: The shark bites his leg off. 2.At the decompression chamber: Milton's head really explodes. 3.Dario is shredded into pieces: Even more blood and flesh is spread around and some pieces even fall onto the camera. 4.Sánchez death: Sánchez gets on fire, walks two steps screaming and then falls on his knees
Corrected entry: Pam's shotgun is powerful enough to blow a huge hole in a solid wooden wall from three meters away. That's going to give Pam a nasty shock, because a shotgun puts the same energy into the recoil that it does into its projectiles. If it's powerful enough to punch a hole in a wall big enough for her and Bond to climb through, then she is going to be flung violently backwards across the bar.
Corrected entry: When Sanchez whips Lupe for her little affair, he does it vertically. But when Bond is on the Wavekrest, the red marks on her back are now horizontal.
Corrected entry: James Bond receives a lighter off his friend Felix. Then we see a close up of the lighter. At that point take a look below the lighter and you can see the brown lighter case just behind it. Then at the end of the film you will see the lighter case again when Bond shows it to Sanchez, and he didn't even fetch it out of his pocket. The close ups of the lighter are the same in both the start and the end of the film.
Corrected entry: In the prologue, when Bond has angled Sanchez' plane, the helicopter is flying rather low over the wedding scene, the people on the ground and on the helicopter are waving to each other, so they are close enough to see one another. Then, in the next shot, Bond and Felix are jumping out of the helicopter for skydiving, obviously from high elevation.
Corrected entry: When 007 is swimming and he takes the diver's mask and oxygen, he puts the mask on underwater. His mask should be full of water, but instead it's only around his nose. In the next shot, there's no water at all.
Corrected entry: Near the beginning, Felix is savaged by a shark and his wife is murdered, but near the end he seems too happy. Perhaps he wanted his wife dead.
Corrected entry: Licence to Kill was the first Bond movie to be completely devoid of anything written by Ian Fleming. By the time the Bond producers came to film this movie, all the Ian Fleming stories had been used up, one way or another.