,,, or your grandfather's James Bond movie. They pretty much have torn down the "old" James Bond Franchise and are rebuilding a "New" James Bond. They have made him more human and in touch with his feelings than the older Bond movies so the movie does get drawn out at time. Many viewers couldn't (or didn't) relate to this because they wanted more action not drama and I agree with them in part on that. They tried to bring a little of the old James Bond back with his gadgets and car but you will be surprised. Part of the rebuilding of the "New" Bond is that with the new "Q" they are trying to do away with old gadgets (I love the creativity of the old gadgets). I like "Hollywood" political correctness when it makes sense, I guess you can say "M" or "Q" is a good case and it worked out great because "M" or "Q" had no personal names and I could see a woman or man filling those positions in the story. I just don't see why in all the James Bond movies they have to do political correctness with Money Penny (I heard some audience grown). It's all part of changing the new Bond franchise I guess .One Bad guy scene may also have a bit of it as far as sexual orientation but that's ok but not Money Penny! To cap it off, there was a quick sex scene, violence wasn't gratuitous, more drama than action, and Spooky uneasy scene with bad guy (not good for kids).