November 18, 2012
Halfway through the movie, Craig Daniels' ear hair is showing. It was distracting. Thankfully, it's gone by the second half.
Bond's long fall from the train bridge into water, after being shot by accident, and surviving, isn't realistic. Perhaps showing clearer the woman who saves him would help in making this scene more realistic and believable.
Javier Bardem's character could have caused more uncomfortableness. I don't know how, but it could've been taken further.
The easily disposable nature of Bond villain henchmen is tired. To make it more realistic, at least a few should have caused more injury and be harder to kill.
When Bond's female interest dies form a gunshot, there was no blood! There should've been blood here. Without it, the scene looks purposely sterile to keep the audience from feeling too uneasy. Blood is the answer here, damn the audience's unease.
I was left with wanting more. I guess that's what makes it a great franchise.
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