Four Classic Luxury Watches in Four Awesome Movies

Either thrilling or romantic, movies are always bringing us joy and emotional release. Apart from the story plot, have you ever paid attention to the watches worn by the protagonists in the movie? As one part of the protagonist, these timepieces have played a subtle role of expressing the characters and the interpretation of human nature to a certain extent in the movies. Let’s have a look at what kind of the screen luxury Designer Watches worn by the actors and actresses in the classic movies.

Movie: 007: Quantum of Solace (2008)

Actor?Daniel Craig

Roles?James Bond

Watch?Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean watch

Omega has almost become the best watch spokesperson of the James Bond series movies. The watch worn by Daniel Craig in the movie “007: Quantum of Solace” is the Seamaster Planet Ocean watch from Omega.

This timepiece comes in a 42 mm wide case, powered by an automatic winding movement with coaxial escapement. It is equipped with a unidirectional rotating bezel, screw-in waterproof crown and screw-in case back as well as an anti-reflective black lacquer dial. It features super-luminous hour markers and wide arrow-shaped pointers, which provide an easy time reading in the dark.

Movie: Insomnia (2002)

Actor: Al Pacino

Roles: Will Dormer

Watch: TAG Heuer Link Day-Date automatic men’s watch

Al Pacino has played a police officer who suffering from severe insomnia in this movie and was ordered to investigate a murder in a remote town in Alaska. Alaska is a place where has a very special geographical environment: always be the daytime and never has night. It is obvious that a timing tool which can tell you the exact time is extremely important in such kind of environment.  The watch worn by Al Pacino in this movie is the TAG Heuer Link Day-Date automatic China watch.

This model feature a fine-brushed steel case, anti- scratch sapphire crystal with double anti-reflection treatment, luminescent hands and indexes, oversized screw-in crown, water resistant to 200m. It is equipped with automatic movement and provides a power reserve of 38 hours.

The movies or thrill or romantic are always bring us joy and emotional release. In addition to all kinds of shapes and clothing, have you ever paid attention to the watches worn by the protagonist in the movies? These watches as part of the protagonist have played a subtle role of expressing the characters and the interpretation of human nature to a certain extent. Today we will inventory the luxury watches worn by protagonists in the classic movie.

Movie: How to Steal a Million (1966)

Actress: Audrey Hepburn

Watch: Cartier

This is the second work after the movie “Roman Holiday” cooperated with the director William Wyler. In this movie Hepburn has interpreted the elegance and vivacity of the Nicole Bonnet as excellent as she played in the “Roman Holiday”. A story between a beautiful liar and an elegant thief, this is a crime movie with light comedy which exudes an intense romantic flavor, just as the Cartier watch worn on Hepburn’s wrist. As one of the brand movie sponsors during that time, all of the jewelries used by Hepburn are provided by Cartier, of course, including this classic watch.

Movie: The Town (2010)

Actor: Jon Hamm

Watch: Rolex GMT Master II

This is a typical Hollywood movie played in beauty and hero. But in this movie the hero played by Ben Affleck is a thief, while Jon Hamm has played an FBI detective who in charge of investigating the bank theft by Ben and four brothers. John has perfectly played a calm and composed, smart and wise detective in this movie. The watch worn on John’s wrist– Rolex GMT Master II is also very eye-catching.

Rolex has teamed up with Pan American World Airways together to develop and produce for its international routes and firstly introduced the rolex gmt replica watch in1955. GMT Master II watch by Rolex is equipped with 24-hour rotating bezel which offers the time reading of three time zones, two of its time zones even can be read synchronously.

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