The entire movie was visually delightful, despite the massive use of CGI, and the choreography and spy satire were also quite good. It's a winning cast and the script isn't too bad, despite the push of incorrect science and a number of over the top philosophy lessons. The "old boys club" idea of the movie is less an issue than the film makes it to be, but outside of the point of the movie, it was very entertaining. The problem is that these films show a villain as doing something good, even if we disagree with the methods, when the methods and even the goals are despite the hype, wrong. Murder is murder and it doesn't change because the person is of little consequence or because it's supposed to be for the greater good.