We don’t think you should be taking the liberty of changing the catchphrases that have made the James Bond movies legendary. For example, so far, instead of Bond being referred to as the traditional “agent double O seven,” you have him repeatedly called the much longer and less punchy “agent zero and then another zero followed by the number seven.” Also, instead of his signature “martini, shaken not stirred,” you have Bond’s drink of choice as “milk and orange juice, mixed together.” We also don’t think it’s appropriate that you’ve changed Bond’s catch phrase from “Bond, James Bond” to the much more confusing “wait till I get my Hanes on you.”
We’re only 30 minutes into the film and already James Bond’s “license to kill” has been revoked three times because of late fees. This isn’t like a fishing license, the government does not charge you to maintain it.
A cornerstone of the Bond movies is his incredible gadgets. However, the items you have Bond toting are less than impressive. Many of the gadgets are completely pointless, like the “half-eaten bagel with caller ID,” the “glasses with kaleidoscopic vision” and the “chemical compound that makes Diet Dr. Pepper taste more like the original.” Also, other items he is given seem quite outdated, such as the “dual cassette recorder with automatic rewind” and the cell phone that is “small enough to fit into a briefcase.”