Attempt at telling two parallel storylines as in Sliding Doors, but here the story is ridiculous and boring and the characters are one-dimensional.
Slow-paced and cheesy, but with spot-on humour and charm.
Depp is brilliant, as is Green, and the jokes are many and range from clever to hilarious. But the story is slow and tedious, and because the movie borrows elements from so many older movies it feels stale.
The old meets the new, meets the traditional. Clever, although improbable, plot twists and very fine acting make this an entertaining and worthy Bond movie in its 50th anniversary.
Funny and engaging. The beautiful Scottish accent of Macdonald completes it.