If your movie isn't set on a rainy Hong Kong night, then I'm not interested.
No aspect of this movie stands out or is even remotely interesting enough to justify the almost 3-hour runtime. The characters are bland and two-dimensional with some very subpar performances. The soundtrack by Hans Zimmer is uninspired and the cinematography is average compared to previous installments like 2012's Skyfall. Rami Malek reprises his role from Mr. Robot, albeit with a hint of an accent and a rather unconvincing villain origin story. The only redeeming quality of this film would be a wonderful but brief cameo by Ana de Armas and the amazing opening credits feature.