The World Is Not Enough (1999) - this spy adventure, with a title often abbreviated to acronym TWINE, sees James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) menaced by computer-generated choppers and
a mock-up helicopter suspended from crane. The helicopter hauls a buzz-saw rig (used for lopping off the tops of mountain pines, performed with a real helicopter - an Aerospatiale / Eurocopter AS355-F1
Ecureuil II 'Twin Squirrel' - in an earlier scene, filmed on location), that's pressed into service as a car-wrecking device, for the scene where 007 is attacked at a Russian caviar factory.
Another helicopter featured in this movie is a white Eurocopter EC-135.
"The oil baroness Elektra King (played by the soul-crushingly beautiful Sophie Marceau) is ferried to and from her oil pipeline operation, up in the Central Asian
mountains, by a Eurocopter AS-365N Dauphin." - NATHAN DECKER