Andreas Richardson’s review published on Letterboxd :
A rather amusing and exciting Bond movie, considering its relative age in the series. The title song is not to be missed — one of the catchiest there is. What this film really shone out for in my opinion was the way it remained quite faithful to Ian Fleming's Goldfinger whilst still weaving in some fresh ideas to make the story more attractive and exciting to cinema-goers. Having read the novel a few months before, the story is easy to follow and cohesive although the points where the film uses a bit of artistic license are more apparent. Watching this film with my grandparents was interesting – they remember going to see it in the cinema!