Sharp, witty, and occasionally wrenching take on what mental illness looks like for someone who never quite grew up, and someone else who did way too fast. Maybe it's because this is a subject near and dear to my heart, but I loved this unabashedly. It's sincere without being over the top and wonderfully acted.
My favorite Bond, and believe me, I've seen my share. Love the not so subtle nods to past Bond tropes, Daniel Craig's wry approach to the part, the cool authority of Ralph Fiennes and Judi Dench, Ben Whishaw's new take on Q, and, of course, the quiet terror of Javier Bardem as the first Bond villain with a real story.