I really like LTK. I think Dalton's Bond works so much better here than he did in TLD, helped by the fact that they didn't add in Moore-era goofiness. I rank Cary Lowel as one of the prettiest Bond girls, and I had a huge crush on her when the movie first came out. Davi's a good villain - yeah, he's a little Miami Vice influenced, but he works well with Dalton's 007. The plot is actually interesting , nice and different from what we often get from a Bond film (though not totally original, being a Red Harvest/ Yojimbo derivative, but hey, I like that kind of plot - Miller's Crossing is one of my favourite movies, after all). There are a few bits I could have done without - like Havac said, there are some gimmicky bits where they should have stuck to gritty realism, such as the tanker chase, but all in all I think it's a good Bond film. It doesn't have the style (or nostalgia) of the early Connery films, or the pared-down grittiness of Craig's recent outings, but it deserved better than to be the film that sunk the franchise for a time.