No Time For Pie (4k)
Missed this at the cinema, but picked it up in the Black Friday sales and just got around to watching it... It's beautifully shot, but the film itself left me feeling a bit "meh". It's definitely not as good as Skyfall or Spectre, probably the second weakest Bond film in the Daniel Craig arc after Quantum of Solace, but still way better than 80% of what Pierce Brosnan was forced to give us.
The ending left mixed feelings... in some ways a fitting ending to draw a line under Craig's tenure, but in other respects - I'm very much "You don't do that to James Bond".
One thing that didn't bother me was the run time... the filmakers definitely kept the pace going - I knew it was long, but it didn't feel like a near-three hour film. Usually, once I'm over 2 and a bit hours I'm starting to get fidgety for the movie to wrap itself up, but I didn't with NTTD, so credit to them there.
It will be now interesting to see if they keep going forward with arcs for each actor who portrays Bond, or whether they go back to the formula of telling stories that are generally in isolation with little in the way of interconnecting strands between them (outside of recurring characters).