To get more in depth of the film, let's see if the traditional Bond trademarks live up to their roles.
1. Bond James Bond. Pierce Brosnan, in his third appearance as agent 007, has become comfortable in his role and plays it with confidence. He's now more understanding and has added a more sensitive side, but also a harder side to the role that Sean Connery had as Bond and what Timothy Dalton attempted to achieve. For example, in the scene between Bond and "M", "M" tells Bond the story behind the kidnapping of King's daughter, Elektra and the reasons for why MI6 was involved. The example of the harder side is near the end when Bond confronts Elektra for the last time and orders her to call off Renard from carrying out his plans. She doesn't do so; therefore, Bond shoots her in the chest and killing her. Some may argue that this is something that James Bond shouldn't do since Elektra was unarmed, but I beg to differ because that is part of the mission. In 1971's "Diamonds Are Forever" Connery's Bond slapped Tiffany Case (played by Jill St. John) across the face to get her to tell him information.
2. Who would ever thought that "Q", the inventor of all of James Bond's gadgets is retiring. Desmond Llewelyn has played the character in all the Bond films for the exception of "Doctor No" in 1962 and "Live and Let Die" in 1973. After demonstrating his lasted invention to 007, Llewelyn drops out of sight by a sinking platform. I... [continues]
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