Anyone who says this is better than The Last Duel is a liar.
I mean the score absolutely slaps and props to the filmmakers for going through with that ending, but, in my opinion, Casino Royale remains the superior Craig Bond film. The weird, out-of-place comedy which completely nukes the more grounded tone of the reboot's previous instalments definitely doesn't help, but that's kind of what I expected was going to happen when Waller-Bridge got involved. One star for Ana de Armas and Daniel Craig's chemistry, minus half for having yet another generically ✨exotic and therefore dangerous✨ antagonist in the year 2021.
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Quite possibly the stupidest film I have ever seen. The profound leaps in logic made by the police are almost laughable and Amy's scheme relies so heavily on the complete idiocy of others that it makes me want to scream. Carrie Coon is by far the stand-out performance here; I have no idea why so much praise was handed out to Rosamund Pike for playing what I suppose is meant to be the "psycho b*tch of a wife" caricature taken…
Making a documentary about Let It Be is all well and good, but what about the story of Let It Be...Naked, the Snyder Cut of its day? Hope Jackson actually included the two remaining Beatles or even a few music historians to provide some commentary during the course of the series, because otherwise most viewers may find themselves lost half-way through.