Some good nuggets here, hampered by horrendous sense of pacing. Rushed storytelling, choppy editing, and almost every single scene compressed so airtight it's suffocating.
It's a shame because at it's core I think this has an interesting arc with a scorned Bond excorcising his demons from the previous film and losing his humanity in the process. It just doesn't make for a smooth or particularly entertaining watch. Olga Kurylenko though, my goodness....
This movie has caused me to do hours of internet research as if I'm actually going to find a detail that no one has ever caught before in the most high-profile serial killer case ever.
I think it's a perfect film, but I can't even stop my praise there. It sparks obsession and curiosity like no other film I've ever seen.