Calum Marsh’s review published on Letterboxd:
Yeah. This kicks ass. I absolutely live for shit like poison islands and bionic eyeballs and swanky foreign beach houses with fully stocked bar carts in every room. Loved how Bond kept getting blown up and the sound would do that thing like when you switch your Air Pods to noise cancellation mode. Léa Seydoux is so hot in this and yet she’s like, the third hottest person in the movie. The Blofeld interrogation is flat-out my favorite Bond scene since… I don’t know, ever? (The way those hand movements are staged! Hitchcock shit!) Who knew the recipe for a good Bond flick was simply combining On Her Majesty’s Secret Service with Tomorrow Never Dies? “All the time in the world” may be fan service, but what can I say, I’m a lifelong fan.