I was watching “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” again, and the biggest emphasis on this episode’s technology was placed around its battery life. There’s a finite amount that can be done at this point to distinguish fictional communication devices from reality’s smartphones and the like, and charge duration seems to be one of a few qualities that tells people that they’re not actually living in old science fiction
That probably contributes to the decreased focus on outlandish technology in the newer Bond films too. At least he still has car missiles, though. Or he would. He just happened to be out of ammunition in this one.
"Why does a man choose the life of an assassin?" "Well, it was that or the priesthood."
In either case, you can get a biretta.
How was it?
It's probably my favourite of the Craig saga.