better than the average bond film and probably one of the best post-moore bond films. much of that is owed to the stunt work and the michelle yeoh. the stunts are exciting, but not completely outlandish. michelle yeoh is good looking, but can also hold her own. the scene with bond and yeoh’s character evading the bad guys on a motorcycle is well-choreographed and also symbolic. they are handcuffed together and represent their respective nations which are tangled in a game of international warfare waged by a wealthy media tycoon. they must work together peaceably to evade the bad guys, but they both have strong personalities so this proves difficult. another bonus is that this is one of the few bond films that comes in at under two hours.