I acknowledge the inherent absurdity in bemoaning the over-the-top nature of a franchise whose very appeal was its over-the-top nature.
You can also find plenty of movies, series, and eBooks! And yet, I happily accepted those flights of fancy because they kept me entertained ahead of that nagging sense of incredulity that they were able to somehow outrace.
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I don't care that he's alive again, and the convoluted yet still unsatisfying vague plot to explain his fake death is unwanted as well.
Basically this is the James Bond recipe of the Roger Moore era, starting with The Spy Who Loved Me.
With a fairly major mental adjustment to a corny Bond worldview, this was actually fun.
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If it wasn't for these characters all being enjoyable, I probably would've hated this film.