My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW)


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  1. says: Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW)

    READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) Biographies are a strange breed of books a genre of which I am still finding my way around This title is pretty explanatory however I still wasnt sure what I was letting myself in forThe book is broken down in to short chapters some only a couple of pages long Each chapter represents a part of Vic Armstrong's career and developmen

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    My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) I really wanted to like this one but what a boring badly written disappointment it turned out to be Almost every chapter dealt with movies I love but told stories I just didn't care aboutAbout halfway through I started skipping around to look at chapters that caught my eye I hoped that something might reinvigorate my inter

  3. says: My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes

    My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong I don't know what kind of book I expected from a stuntman but this is a mess Armstrong is all over the place the world's greatest stuntman needs the world's greatest proof reader He goes from stressing the importance of work

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    Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) The World's Greatest Stuntman could have benefited from The World's Greatest Editor This disappointing memoir is too long too self congratulatory and too full of celebrity name droppingIf you're looking for the inside scoop on how they do all t

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    READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong How can a book about a stuntman be so goddamn boring Blegh

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) A good read The writing is detailed without getting bogged down and there are many compelling stories tidbits and anecdotes The book

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    FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) I’ve long been a fan of behind the scenes stuff on films and in the early 80s thanks to “The Fall Guy” and a Harold Lloyd run on BBC2 I became fascinated with stunt men Most were American but then I started to hear about this bloke called Vic Armstrong who did a lot of work on the Indiana Jones films which I loved and I kept noticing his name on credits a sure sign the action in the film would be good This book is his collection of

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    My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) This man has without a doubt had an incredible career He is almost definitely a super nice guy and probably awesome to hang out with He is not however a writer This book was very clearly published on its first draft and for whatever reason never saw the eyes of an editor or proofreader The sheer number of grammatical errors is staggering Vic's stories meander and drag on and change topic and lose the plot and run on much in the same way tha

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    Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) An extraordinary life lived to the full and by no means over Go to the end first and read the looong list of films that Vic Armstrong film stuntman extraordinary has appeared in disguised as one famous actor or anotherThe style is entirely pers

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    My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes (NEW) FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW I am enjoying this book so far but I may stop reading it because the language is so badUPDATEOK I give up I'm giving this 2 stars because I was really into this book the first 250 pages but then it just got redundant and boring and crass It

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  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes
  • Vic Armstrong
  • en
  • 10 March 2019
  • 9781848568747

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes No CGI can match what Vic can accomplish  Steven Spielberg Vic is The Man  Pierce BrosnanVic Armstrong is of course a legend  Martin ScorseseThis is the best and most original behind the scenes book I have read in years gripping and revealing Vic Armstrong is modest humorous and wry  altogether brilliant company   Roger Lewis  Daily MailA page turner I couldn't put it down I had a great time reading this book and give it my highest recommendation  Leonard MaltinVic has been this unheralded savior of movie magic for decades and hearing how he makes the incredible credible is a must for any film fan   Hollywoodcom Armstrong's a fascinating guy and a straight shooter His book is fantastic   Ain. Biographies are a strange breed of books a genre of which I am still finding my way around This title is pretty explanatory however I still wasnt sure what I was letting myself in forThe book is broken down in to short chapters some only a couple of pages long Each chapter represents a part of Vic Armstrong s career and development of the stuntman and coordinator he is today These chapters are usually represented as a film or show that he has had some sort of professional connection to so for example the first film he did high wire work with the first film he used a motorcycle and side car with and so on The book is a fascinating insight in to the world of a film stuntman and he almost always has positive things to say about all those he has worked with or met A rare sentiment in this modern world However the book really can be summed up on one simple statement you could have learnt all of this just as easily as if you met him down the pub over a pint as you would reading his bookEach episode for want of a better description reads like someone in a comfy chair reminiscing about their former adventures This style can either enchant you it does make for easy and enjoyable reading or can infuriate you as it really does not tell you anything beyond a few tales and personal opinions Me I found it refreshing when the world of film and TV seems to be full of egos and reputations you have someone here who has captured the respect of his peers and who s very job means that his success is measured in being mistaken for someone else Orley Farm is The Man  Pierce BrosnanVic Armstrong Wanting Jocelyn is of course a legend  Martin ScorseseThis Nashtaneer Dui bon Malancha is the best and most original behind the scenes book I have read The Serpentine Cave in years gripping and revealing Vic Armstrong The Night Torn Mad With Footsteps New Poems is modest humorous and wry  altogether brilliant company   Roger Lewis  Daily MailA page turner I couldn't put A Mrs Miracle Christmas it down I had a great time reading this book and give The Poison Garden it my highest recommendation  Leonard MaltinVic has been this unheralded savior of movie magic for decades and hearing how he makes the Kill Hill incredible credible Bumps in the Night is a must for any film fan   Hollywoodcom Armstrong's a fascinating guy and a straight shooter His book Dominic's Child is fantastic   Ain. Biographies are a strange breed of books a genre of which I am still finding my way around This title The Kanellis Scandal is pretty explanatory however I still wasnt sure what I was letting myself One Hot Target Silhouette Intimate Moments in forThe book Shock Therapy is broken down Red Thunder Reckoning in to short chapters some only a couple of pages long Each chapter represents a part of Vic Armstrong s career and development of the stuntman and coordinator he A Whisper of Wanting Lust Potion #9 is today These chapters are usually represented as a film or show that he has had some sort of professional connection to so for example the first film he did high wire work with the first film he used a motorcycle and side car with and so on The book The Friday Night Knitting Club is a fascinating Letting Go Anchored Hearts #1 insight Fading Away Anchored Hearts Vol 25 in to the world of a film stuntman and he almost always has positive things to say about all those he has worked with or met A rare sentiment Translation and Creativity in this modern world However the book really can be summed up on one simple statement you could have learnt all of this just as easily as Intimate Strangers if you met him down the pub over a pint as you would reading his bookEach episode for want of a better description reads like someone Dead Sea in a comfy chair reminiscing about their former adventures This style can either enchant you The Pearly ueen it does make for easy and enjoyable reading or can Falcon Dark Riders #1 infuriate you as My Lost Mexico it really does not tell you anything beyond a few tales and personal opinions Me I found Cinderella it refreshing when the world of film and TV seems to be full of egos and reputations you have someone here who has captured the respect of his peers and who s very job means that his success You Will Obey is measured Fatal Destiny in being mistaken for someone else

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes That left me wondering who would be brave enough to play him in a movie What a legacy What a life What a book Geeks of Doom Think you don’t know Vic Armstrong Wrong You’ve seen his work in countless films He’s been a stunt double for James Bond Indiana Jones and Superman and he’s directed action scenes for three Bond movies Mission Impossible 3  Thor and the upcoming The Amazing Spider Man to name but a few Counting Harrison Ford Steven Spielberg and Arnold Schwarzenegger among his friends and officially credited in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Most Prolific Stuntman Vic’s got a lot of amazing stories to tell and they’re all here in this the movie memoir of the year. I ve long been a fan of behind the scenes stuff on films and in the early 80s thanks to The Fall Guy and a Harold Lloyd run on BBC2 I became fascinated with stunt men Most were American but then I started to hear about this bloke called Vic Armstrong who did a lot of work on the Indiana Jones films which I loved and I kept noticing his name on credits a sure sign the action in the film would be good This book is his collection of memories and it makes for fascinating reading Following a cursory early biography each film he worked on is allotted its own chapter most are only a few pages long they get indepth as his career progresses but rather than give us the nuts and bolts of the stuntwork which I would have liked to see of he tells us about everything else this reads almost like you re sitting in the pub with him and he s regaling you with anecdotes In fact the only time he gets into specifics is when he mentions inventing the fan descender a device which allowed for much safer high falls reducing the need and attendant risk for airbags whilst making Green Ice in 1981 but there s not a hint of gloating though he does seem regretful he didn t patent the euipmentAlong the way he speaks uite frankly of the films the crew and the cast but doesn t stint on praise and whilst he clearly enjoys excellent friendships with the likes of Harrison Ford Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Cruise all of whom come across very well he seems to delight in the fact that actors are often really nice people who remember him or his wife kids or horses years later and it s a lovely touch Interspersed with the text are testimonials from the likes of Steven Spielberg George Lucas Ford and Arnie Martin Scorsese Pierce Brosnan and Kenneth Branagh amongst many others all of whom highlight Armstrong s friendly professionalism and simple approach to his craft Spielberg and Lucas who found a true creative ally for the Indy films come across particularly very well with George having given Armstrong his break on directing first unit with a Young Indy episode He s also not afraid to speak his mind some of the disagreements with actors and directors are amusing and his discovery of how shark trainers operate whilst making Never Say Never Again clearly appals him he s a keen horseman his Dad was a farrier for the Olympic team and his concern for the welfare of people and animals is uite clearAs mentioned I d have preferred a little of an indepth biography we don t know why his first marriage collapsed and his son Bruce seems to disappear from the book long before the end and Armstrong is poorly served by his writer at times especially in the early section when it appears Sellers simply transcribed interviews with no attempt made to smooth out the answers so the natural repetition and oh yes I remember this happened moments you would hear are included in all their glory but those niggles aside this is a great read Armstrong comes across well as both a nice bloke and a very professional craftsman and it s great to read about an English stuntman who has done so much to transform an exciting part of the film industry Very much recommended A Mrs Miracle Christmas in a movie What a legacy What a life What a book Geeks of Doom Think you don’t know Vic Armstrong Wrong You’ve seen his work The Poison Garden in countless films He’s been a stunt double for James Bond Indiana Jones and Superman and he’s directed action scenes for three Bond movies Mission Impossible 3  Thor and the upcoming The Amazing Spider Man to name but a few Counting Harrison Ford Steven Spielberg and Arnold Schwarzenegger among his friends and officially credited Kill Hill in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's Most Prolific Stuntman Vic’s got a lot of amazing stories to tell and they’re all here Bumps in the Night in this the movie memoir of the year. I ve long been a fan of behind the scenes stuff on films and Dominic's Child in the early 80s thanks to The Fall Guy and a Harold Lloyd run on BBC2 I became fascinated with stunt men Most were American but then I started to hear about this bloke called Vic Armstrong who did a lot of work on the Indiana Jones films which I loved and I kept noticing his name on credits a sure sign the action The Kanellis Scandal in the film would be good This book One Hot Target Silhouette Intimate Moments is his collection of memories and Shock Therapy it makes for fascinating reading Following a cursory early biography each film he worked on Red Thunder Reckoning is allotted A Whisper of Wanting Lust Potion #9 its own chapter most are only a few pages long they get The Friday Night Knitting Club indepth as his career progresses but rather than give us the nuts and bolts of the stuntwork which I would have liked to see of he tells us about everything else this reads almost like you re sitting Letting Go Anchored Hearts #1 in the pub with him and he s regaling you with anecdotes In fact the only time he gets Fading Away Anchored Hearts Vol 25 into specifics Translation and Creativity is when he mentions Intimate Strangers inventing the fan descender a device which allowed for much safer high falls reducing the need and attendant risk for airbags whilst making Green Ice Dead Sea in 1981 but there s not a hint of gloating though he does seem regretful he didn t patent the euipmentAlong the way he speaks uite frankly of the films the crew and the cast but doesn t stint on praise and whilst he clearly enjoys excellent friendships with the likes of Harrison Ford Arnold Schwarzenegger and Tom Cruise all of whom come across very well he seems to delight The Pearly ueen in the fact that actors are often really nice people who remember him or his wife kids or horses years later and Falcon Dark Riders #1 it s a lovely touch Interspersed with the text are testimonials from the likes of Steven Spielberg George Lucas Ford and Arnie Martin Scorsese Pierce Brosnan and Kenneth Branagh amongst many others all of whom highlight Armstrong s friendly professionalism and simple approach to his craft Spielberg and Lucas who found a true creative ally for the Indy films come across particularly very well with George having given Armstrong his break on directing first unit with a Young Indy episode He s also not afraid to speak his mind some of the disagreements with actors and directors are amusing and his discovery of how shark trainers operate whilst making Never Say Never Again clearly appals him he s a keen horseman his Dad was a farrier for the Olympic team and his concern for the welfare of people and animals My Lost Mexico is uite clearAs mentioned I d have preferred a little of an Cinderella indepth biography we don t know why his first marriage collapsed and his son Bruce seems to disappear from the book long before the end and Armstrong You Will Obey is poorly served by his writer at times especially Fatal Destiny in the early section when Gangbanged and Bred by His Daddys Friends it appears Sellers simply transcribed Eyes of a Child interviews with no attempt made to smooth out the answers so the natural repetition and oh yes I remember this happened moments you would hear are Marked Northern Shifters #1 included Bombay Bound in all their glory but those niggles aside this Spring 49 A Journal of Archetype and Culture is a great read Armstrong comes across well as both a nice bloke and a very professional craftsman and Straight on Till Morning The Student Prince #2 it s great to read about an English stuntman who has done so much to transform an exciting part of the film Afghanistan industry Very much recommended

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FREE DOWNLOAD Ù eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ê Vic Armstrong Vic Armstrong ê 7 REVIEW READ & DOWNLOAD My Life as Indiana Jones James Bond Superman and Other Action Heroes 't It Cool News The man is a legend in the industry A mind blowing must read biography   Moviescom The movie memoir of the year   SciFi Mafia Vic talks to you like he’s your cool uncle or the uncle you wished you had really down to earth but at the same time you can tell he’s got a twinkle in his eye as he’s talking   Geek Six “A hell of a read” –  Film School Rejects  The key to an entertaining autobiography is a combination of good stories to tell and a distinctive life; Armstrong has them both   Library Journal Armstrong has done it all  Empire  A spills’n’thrills ride through a fast forward life in pictures   The TimesArmstrong takes us on the spectacular journey of his life. How can a book about a stuntman be so goddamn boring Blegh Collins Awakening Phoenix Rising # 1 Phoenix Rising # 1 is a legend Edupreneur in the شوهر آهو خانم industry A mind blowing must read biography   Moviescom The movie memoir of the year   SciFi Mafia Vic talks to you like he’s your cool uncle or the uncle you wished you had really down to earth but at the same time you can tell he’s got a twinkle The New Sugar Spice in his eye as he’s talking   Geek Six “A hell of a read” –  Film School Rejects  The key to an entertaining autobiography Harry and Hortense at Hormone High is a combination of good stories to tell and a distinctive life; Armstrong has them both   Library Journal Armstrong has done Tales Told in Oz The Wicked Years #05 it all  Empire  A spills’n’thrills ride through a fast forward life The Dosadi Experiment in pictures   The TimesArmstrong takes us on the spectacular journey of his life. How can a book about a stuntman be so goddamn boring Blegh