Watched the limited series cut, but I'm counting it as a movie. Funnier and more electric than I'd imagined. When you need a character to absolutely lose their goddamned mind, you call Glenn Howerton.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I've been chewing on this movie for a couple days, trying to process. Daniel Craig was not my first Bond, but he's "my" Bond. This one is the Avengers Endgame of Bond films.
I wish this one continued the alphabetical titling of Craig's other movies
Dug that giallo-esque opening
The pre-titles sequence was so long I thought they were saving the song/credits for the end of the movie
Liked the opening titles, especially the gun double helix
Director's Cut. I don't normally cotton to revisionist special effects and the like, but this movie looks incredible. And sounds fantastic-- that score! Funny to think it was greenlit to ride the Star Wars wave, but owes a lot more of its tone and aesthetic to 2001. Expansive, cerebral, and yes, slow, but magnificently cinematic. Pure, unapologetic sci-fi with a huge budget and massive canvas.
I love how this movie-- sorry, I mean motion picture-- is about solving problems through…