Bond Movie Meter 2022

Happy new year everyone!
The rules are the same as last year.
Whenever you watch a bond movie in 2022 in its entirety add +1 on the tally of that movie and +1 to the actor who plays Bond in that movie.
Here are the scores from the seven previous years.

Results from 2015

DN: 25
FRWL: 29
GF: 23
TB: 26
YOLT: 21
OHMSS: 29
DAF: 26
LALD: 27
TMWTGG: 23
TSWLM: 22
MR: 27
FYEO: 26
OP: 29
AVTAK: 23
TLD: 29
LTK: 24
GE: 22
TND: 18
TWINE: 17
DAD: 17
CR: 26
QOS: 22
SF: 27
SP: 25

Connery: 150
Lazenby: 29
Moore: 177
Dalton: 53
Brosnan: 74
Craig: 100

Total = 583


Average viewings for each actors films:

Connery = 25
Lazenby = 29
Moore = 25,29
Dalton = 26,50
Brosnan = 18,50
Craig = 25

Results from 2016

DN: 69
FRWL: 59
GF: 68
TB: 59
YOLT: 59
OHMSS: 103
DAF: 88
LALD: 75
TMWTGG: 58
TSWLM: 80
MR: 68
FYEO: 81
OP: 77
NSNA: 38
AVTAK 69
TLD: 79
LTK: 62
GE: 123
TND: 91
TWINE: 65
DAD: 70
CR: 70
QOS: 115
SF: 72
SP : 160

Connery: 440
Lazenby: 103
Moore: 508
Dalton: 141
Brosnan : 349
Craig: 417

Total = 1958

Average viewings for each actors films:

Connery = 62,86
Lazenby = 103
Moore = 72,57
Dalton = 70,50
Brosnan = 87,25
Craig = 104,25

Results from 2017


DN: 32
FRWL: 27
GF: 27
TB: 23
YOLT: 33
OHMSS: 28
DAF: 37
LALD: 41
TMWTGG: 37
TSWLM: 46
MR: 42
FYEO: 51
OP: 43
NSNA: 20
AVTAK: 53
TLD: 43
LTK: 38
GE: 46
TND: 49
TWINE: 39
DAD: 37
CR: 58
QOS: 52
SF: 47
SP: 54

Connery: 199
Lazenby: 28
Moore: 312
Dalton: 81
Brosnan: 171
Craig: 211

Total = 1002

Average viewings for each actors films:

Connery = 28,43
Lazenby = 28
Moore = 44,57
Dalton = 40,50
Brosnan = 42,75
Craig = 52,75

Results from 2018

DN: 23
FRWL: 23
GF: 24
TB: 31
YOLT: 22
OHMSS: 30
DAF: 25
LALD: 21
TMWTGG: 24
TSWLM: 23
MR: 24
FYEO: 28
OP: 26
NSNA: 25
AVTAK: 24
TLD: 27
LTK: 22
GE: 26
TND: 23
TWINE: 17
DAD: 18
CR: 27
QOS: 32
SF: 21
SP: 28

Connery: 173
Lazenby: 30
Moore: 170
Dalton: 49
Brosnan: 84
Craig: 108

Total = 614

Average viewings for each actors films:

Connery = 24,71
Lazenby = 30
Moore = 24,29
Dalton = 24,50
Brosnan = 21
Craig = 27

Results from 2019

DN 29
FRWL: 27
GF: 26
TB: 32
YOLT: 25
OHMSS: 30
DAF: 22
LALD: 28
TMWTGG: 23
TSWLM: 28
MR: 27
FYEO: 23
OP: 28
NSNA: 16
AVTAK: 25
TLD: 27
LTK: 33
GE: 20
TND: 22
TWINE: 23
DAD: 18
CR: 31
QOS: 27
SF: 29
SP: 25

Connery: 177
Lazenby: 30
Moore: 182
Dalton: 60
Brosnan: 83
Craig: 112

Total: 644

Average viewings for each actors films:

Connery = 25,29
Lazenby = 30
Moore = 26
Dalton = 30
Brosnan = 20,75
Craig = 28

Results from 2020

CR54: 6
DN: 21
FRWL: 23
GF: 23
TB: 16
CR67: 3
YOLT: 22
OHMSS: 22
DAF: 19
LALD: 22
TMWTGG: 16
TSWLM: 17
MR: 19
FYEO: 15
OP: 19
NSNA: 13
AVTAK: 21
TLD: 21
LTK: 21
GE: 24
TND: 16
TWINE: 13
DAD: 14
CR: 21
QOS: 13
SF: 13
SP: 11

Nelson: 6
Connery: 137
Niven: 3
Lazenby: 22
Moore: 129
Dalton: 42
Brosnan: 67
Craig: 58

Total: 464

Average viewings for each actor:

Nelson: 6
Connery: 19,57
Niven: 3
Lazenby: 22
Moore: 18,43
Dalton: 21
Brosnan: 16,75
Craig: 14,5

Results from 2021

CR54: 5
DN: 12
FRWL: 12
GF: 14
TB: 15
CR67: 4
YOLT: 18
OHMSS: 20
DAF: 18
LALD: 13
TMWTGG: 12
TSWLM: 16
MR: 19
FYEO: 13
OP: 13
NSNA: 7
AVTAK: 18
TLD: 24
LTK: 16
GE: 10
TND: 12
TWINE: 10
DAD: 9
CR: 20
QOS: 22
SF: 24
SP: 27
NTTD: 91

Nelson: 5
Connery: 96
Niven: 4
Lazenby: 20
Moore: 104
Dalton: 40
Brosnan: 41
Craig: 184

Total: 494

Average viewings for each actor:

Nelson: 5
Connery: 13,71
Niven: 4
Lazenby: 20
Moore: 14,86
Dalton: 20
Brosnan: 10,25
Craig: 36,8


Poll for 2022

CR54: 0
DN: 0
FRWL: 0
GF: 0
TB: 0
CR67: 0
YOLT: 0
OHMSS: 0
DAF: 0
LALD: 0
TMWTGG: 0
TSWLM: 0
MR: 0
FYEO: 0
OP: 0
AVTAK: 0
TLD: 0
LTK: 0
GE: 0
TND: 0
TWINE: 0
DAD: 0
CR: 0
QOS: 0
SF: 0
SP: 0
NTTD: 0

Nelson: 0
Connery: 0
Niven: 0
Lazenby: 0
Moore: 0
Dalton: 0
Brosnan: 0
Craig: 0
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Comments

  • Posts: 16,369
    CR54: 0
    DN: 0
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 0
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1 +1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: 0
    Connery: 0
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 0
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 0
    Craig: 1 +1
  • BennyBenny Classified Administrator, Moderator
    Posts: 12,177
    CR54: 0
    DN: 0
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1 +1
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 0
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: 0
    Connery: 0
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1 +1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 0
    Craig: 1

  • Posts: 8,929
    Hey I did one of these! Sigh now I have to add casino Royale 54 viewing again
  • Posts: 8,929
    ]CR54: 1
    DN: 0
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1 +1
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 0
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: q
    Connery: 0
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 0
    Craig: 1

  • edited January 3 Posts: 13,209
    Just curious, are we adding NSNA to the meter this year?
  • Posts: 3,335
    Forgot to add NSNA.
    Corrected

    CR54: 1
    DN: 0
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 0
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 0
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 0
    Craig: 1
  • CommanderRossCommanderRoss The bottom of a pitch lake in Eastern Trinidad, place called La Brea
    Posts: 7,033
    hahaha good to see @Benny sticking to his reputation with an early Octopussy! Octobenny for the win!

    CR54: 1
    DN: 0
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1+1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 0
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 1

  • Posts: 13,209
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1 +1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1+1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 0
    QOS: 0
    SF: 1
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 0

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 1+1
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 1
  • KenAustinKenAustin United States
    Posts: 226
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1 +1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1+1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 1+1
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 2
  • BirdlesonBirdleson Moderator
    edited January 4 Posts: 516
    @KenAustin It’s a running total, you have to add your score to the previous persons score. It looks like maybe you did that, but if you don’t get rid of the previous persons marks, it becomes very confusing.
  • KenAustinKenAustin United States
    Posts: 226
    I thought that is what I did
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    edited January 4 Posts: 5,580
    I think it was ToTheRight whom accidentally left on the +1 to TND from CommanderRoss?

    I'd post an updated list, but in case I'm wrong, I don't want to confuse things further!
  • KenAustinKenAustin United States
    Posts: 226
    I think it was ToTheRight whom accidentally left on the +1 to TND from CommanderRoss?

    I'd post an updated list, but in case I'm wrong, I don't want to confuse things further!

    yeah I'm completely confused now...I watched NTTD, SF, and CR this year so far, that is what I was attempting to add
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 5,580
    KenAustin wrote: »
    I think it was ToTheRight whom accidentally left on the +1 to TND from CommanderRoss?

    I'd post an updated list, but in case I'm wrong, I don't want to confuse things further!

    yeah I'm completely confused now...I watched NTTD, SF, and CR this year so far, that is what I was attempting to add

    The "+1"s on your post are for DN and TND!
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    edited January 4 Posts: 5,580
    This should be updated for @KenAustin's viewings, after @ToTheRight's list.

    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 0
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1 (+1)
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2 (+1)
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1 (+1)

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 1
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 1
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 4 (+3)
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 35,402
    It makes things way easier if everyone is removing the previous user's added (+X) tallies before listing their own, definitely.
  • Posts: 3,335
    First Bond movie of the year

    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 0
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 1
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 4
  • QBranchQBranch Always have an escape plan. Mine is watching James Bond films.
    Posts: 11,871
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 1 +1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 0
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2 +1
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 1
    Craig: 4

    That was a most satisfying viewing of DAF.
  • CommanderRossCommanderRoss The bottom of a pitch lake in Eastern Trinidad, place called La Brea
    Posts: 7,033
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 0
    DAF: 1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 1+1
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 0
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 2 +1
    Craig: 4

    No viewings yet for Tim, where's @Agent_99 when you need her?
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 5,580
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 1 (+1)
    DAF: 1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 1
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 1

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 1 (+1)
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 2 +1
    Craig: 4

    Lazenby's first of the year, to celebrate his win in the Elimination Thread.

    Something I picked up on for the first time: Draco's last line at the wedding,
    "Drive carefully."
  • BirdlesonBirdleson Moderator
    edited January 9 Posts: 516
    My first.

    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 2 (+1)
    DAF: 1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 1
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 0
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 2 (+1)

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 2 (+1)
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 2
    Craig: 5 (+1)
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    edited January 9 Posts: 5,580
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 2
    DAF: 1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 1
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 1
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 2

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 2
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 2
    Craig: 6 (+1)

    Nice quickie after OHMSS last night.

    Standout scene this viewing was Mathis' villa on the lake. At the end, when Gemma looks up at the two men and her whole demeanor changes; she sees Bond for what he is, an angel of death, come to take her husband away.
  • CommanderRossCommanderRoss The bottom of a pitch lake in Eastern Trinidad, place called La Brea
    Posts: 7,033
    CR54: 1
    DN: 1
    FRWL: 0
    GF: 0
    TB: 0
    CR67: 0
    YOLT: 0
    OHMSS: 3+1
    DAF: 1
    LALD: 0
    TMWTGG: 1
    TSWLM: 0
    MR: 0
    FYEO: 0
    OP: 1
    NSNA: 0
    AVTAK: 0
    TLD: 0
    LTK: 0
    GE: 0
    TND: 1
    TWINE: 1
    DAD: 0
    CR: 1
    QOS: 1
    SF: 2
    SP: 0
    NTTD: 2

    Nelson: 1
    Connery: 2
    Niven: 0
    Lazenby: 3(+1)
    Moore: 2
    Dalton: 0
    Brosnan: 2
    Craig: 6

    seems like quite a lot of us had the same idea. Lazenby has temporarily the nr. 2 spot!
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 5,580
    At the beginning of the year, it really does feel like you have all the time in the world to watch the second longest Bond film. ;)
  • Standout scene this viewing was Mathis' villa on the lake. At the end, when Gemma looks up at the two men and her whole demeanor changes; she sees Bond for what he is, an angel of death, come to take her husband away.

    That is an excellent moment. The editing there is just spot-on. So many call out QOS for having poor editing (and I do see where those comments are coming from), but I also believe QOS has some of the very best editing choices in the series.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 5,580
    Standout scene this viewing was Mathis' villa on the lake. At the end, when Gemma looks up at the two men and her whole demeanor changes; she sees Bond for what he is, an angel of death, come to take her husband away.

    That is an excellent moment. The editing there is just spot-on. So many call out QOS for having poor editing (and I do see where those comments are coming from), but I also believe QOS has some of the very best editing choices in the series.

    I went into this viewing with a mind of "let's see what all the editing fuss is about", because when I look back on the film from memory, it's easy to see how people don't like the quick cuts.

    When watching the car chase in the PTS, I was thinking, yes this is fast and hectic, but then I forgot all about it and was engrossed in the film. I really do think the hectic editing throughout the film brings you into the chaos of those moments. Boat chase is another one, perfectly easy to follow along with the chaotic scene given the chaotic editing.

    There are those for whom the editing will take them out of the film, I suppose, and that's unfortunate, but I suppose luckily for me that isn't me.
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    Posts: 35,402
    Standout scene this viewing was Mathis' villa on the lake. At the end, when Gemma looks up at the two men and her whole demeanor changes; she sees Bond for what he is, an angel of death, come to take her husband away.

    That is an excellent moment. The editing there is just spot-on. So many call out QOS for having poor editing (and I do see where those comments are coming from), but I also believe QOS has some of the very best editing choices in the series.

    I went into this viewing with a mind of "let's see what all the editing fuss is about", because when I look back on the film from memory, it's easy to see how people don't like the quick cuts.

    When watching the car chase in the PTS, I was thinking, yes this is fast and hectic, but then I forgot all about it and was engrossed in the film. I really do think the hectic editing throughout the film brings you into the chaos of those moments. Boat chase is another one, perfectly easy to follow along with the chaotic scene given the chaotic editing.

    There are those for whom the editing will take them out of the film, I suppose, and that's unfortunate, but I suppose luckily for me that isn't me.

    Much like the action sequences and pacing themselves, the chaotic editing brings you into Bond's state of mind - always on the move, constantly pressing forward with numerous objectives - stop Greene, eventually help out Camille in her quest for revenge, and inevitably catch Yusef.
  • NickTwentyTwoNickTwentyTwo Vancouver, BC, Canada
    Posts: 5,580
    Creasy47 wrote: »
    Standout scene this viewing was Mathis' villa on the lake. At the end, when Gemma looks up at the two men and her whole demeanor changes; she sees Bond for what he is, an angel of death, come to take her husband away.

    That is an excellent moment. The editing there is just spot-on. So many call out QOS for having poor editing (and I do see where those comments are coming from), but I also believe QOS has some of the very best editing choices in the series.

    I went into this viewing with a mind of "let's see what all the editing fuss is about", because when I look back on the film from memory, it's easy to see how people don't like the quick cuts.

    When watching the car chase in the PTS, I was thinking, yes this is fast and hectic, but then I forgot all about it and was engrossed in the film. I really do think the hectic editing throughout the film brings you into the chaos of those moments. Boat chase is another one, perfectly easy to follow along with the chaotic scene given the chaotic editing.

    There are those for whom the editing will take them out of the film, I suppose, and that's unfortunate, but I suppose luckily for me that isn't me.

    Much like the action sequences and pacing themselves, the chaotic editing brings you into Bond's state of mind - always on the move, constantly pressing forward with numerous objectives - stop Greene, eventually help out Camille in her quest for revenge, and inevitably catch Yusef.

    We all agree here, certainly, but unfortunately these explanations will be but a quantum of solace for those that don't like the editing.
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