The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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All Critics (17)
| Top Critics (7)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (4)
"Becoming Bond" is a delightful dip into someone's own version of their past. It might be light on tuxedo talk, but the biggest takeaway is how much more there is learn.
We get to know a man who relished almost every minute of what he experienced.
There is a potentially interesting film-documentary or fiction-in Lazenby's life and career, but Becoming Bond, despite its ambitions, is not it.
Intimate, irreverent and at times laugh-out-loud funny ...
George Lazenby is an interesting guy, but as a complete picture of his life, this movie is woefully inadequate.
Telling his tale direct-to-camera and in his own words, Lazenby makes for a hilarious and charismatic guide to an incredible story.
Ultimately Becoming Bond rests on George Lazenby - and the actor, cantankerous, witty, gregarious and just a little sad, ably shoulders the responsibility.
Much of the film is hilarious and Lazenby is a remarkable storyteller.
It makes for great cinema about great cinema.
The charming, skillful storyteller George Lazenby himself is the best reason to watch Becoming Bond. The reenactments, while often funny and involving, simply can't hold a candle to the man and his anecdotes.
An utterly charming George Lazenby takes us through his career leading to an unprobable portrayal of James Bond. His life story is terribly compelling.
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