Reminded me a lot of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
A little story.
T'was Friday night. I had gotten off work at 9pm and felt like seeing a movie. Ant-Man was an option, but I'm sure you know how I feel about Marvel (puke). Paper Towns looked intriguing, mostly because Cara Delevingne's eyebrows are transfixing. I settled on Trainwreck, though. I do like Apatow, even Funny People.
I arrived at the theatre for the 10:15 show with some time to spare and took a seat near the front, behind the…
The first genuinely great Bond movie. Only two years after You Only Live Twice, but suddenly very modern feeling. The characters are all actual human beings for once. Telly Savalas is creepy as hell in the film, too. Lazenby lacks the pure charisma that really defines Bond, but his take on the character is engrossing. And never mind the direct homages, it’s clear from the style and the architecture and the storytelling and more that this is the film Christopher Nolan’s been chasing his whole career.