George Back’s review published on Letterboxd:
Far from a perfect film, but a perfect send-off for Daniel Craig, my favourite Bond. I didn't feel the runtime at all, the longest Bond film ended up feeling like one of the shortest ones.
So much here is executed beautifully, namely Craig's performance, the score and the visuals. With some incredibly memorable moments, stakes were higher than any other Bond film and I didn't want it to end. The whole thing really worked for me aside from a few characters deserving more screen time.
A piece of fun and vibrant escapism that nailed the emotion, nostalgia and wasn't afraid to take risks. My boy Hans Zimmer came through with that score and, as always, brought a tear to my eye. Can't wait to see it again in cinemas very soon. Farewell King Daniel 🇬🇧👑