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James Bond should have died within 7 minutes of Skyfall according to actual doctors

And they have a medical diagnosis for the Home Alone lads as well.

ANYONE WHO HAS seen the opening sequence of Skyfall will know that James Bond obviously should have died – his survival was that ludicrous.

Now, an actual panel of medical experts have got together and confirmed that he would indeed have died within seven minutes.

The subtle opening to the film sees 007 driving over a train in a digger:

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Speaking to Total Film magazine, the panel of doctors concluded that the moment Bond gets shot with a uranium shell on the seven minute mark would see his demise in real life.

Which is always a possibility when you fight on the top of a moving train.

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It’s unclear why these doctors were brought in to assess Bond’s likelihood of surviving his usually insane capers – but the esteemed panel went on to assess other important movies.

Next up was Home Alone, and a pretty obvious assessment on poor Marv and Harry – as The Telegraph reports:

Marv and Harry would be very seriously disabled and would probably have died from their injuries five or six hours after the film ends. However Kevin would have died from massive head injuries after 35 minutes when he fell from climbing shelves.

It’s lost all its cutting edge realism now.

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