A James Bond movie can and should be many things.
It can be action-packed and corny in equal measure. It should feature a spectacular cold opening, a dressing-down by M and gadget-laden cars courtesy of Q.
It can be straight-faced (word to 1960s Sean Connery), increasingly camp (hello, Roger Moore) or a little bit of both (Timothy Dalton, we’ll never forget you). It should probably eventually star Idris Elba.
But the one thing a Bond movie cannot be — should never, ever be — is boring.\