The chemistry between Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet is everything in this.
There were a few really big laughs, but fewer than in the Original. Borat 2 still deserves praise, alone for the balls it has and the timing of its release. Seriously this couldn't have come at a better time, minding the present (political) climate.
Sascha Baron Cohen = King of 2020 confirmed
Well, most of these Bond movies don't age very well and Moonraker is no exception to that rule. I'd actually already seen this one, I recognized it half way through -which says a lot about its memorability (or my memory I guess). It's still one of the better entries to the series and definitely a lot of fun - it's unique in its way, but still goofy and a structural copy of its predecessors.